Friday, 25 September 2009

Happy Birthday!

I can't believe it's been two whole years since I started this blog. Seems like only 24 months ago...

As a little birthday gift to you all I'm reposting a bunch of early World's Worst Records tracks over the next week; lots of these have been unavailable for download for a while now and one or two people have been asking me to make some of them available again. So here you go. This first bunch all originally appeared on this site in 2007.

I've left a couple out as they're either a bit dull or of dubious copyright (and we don't want to infringe anyone's copyright, do we?), but if there were to be a Best of the World's Worst Records, each of these would deserve a place. Make your own compilation of the best of the first two years if you like, and if there's anything missing that you're after let me know and I'll try and repost that too. Generous, huh?

Thanks for all of the feedback over the last two years, and keep coming back, as I've a veritable untapped goldmine of gloriously wrong records still to post.


From the very first WWR post, I Want My Baby Back by Jimmy Cross:

You're So Vain, by Jack Klugman and Tony Randall, aka TV's Odd Couple:

If You Were The Only Girl In the World, by Barbara Cartland:

Jesus Put The Stars In The Sky by L'il Markie:

Gloria Balsam's seminal Fluffy:

Mme St Onge, Canada's answer to Mrs Miller, with Prends Moi:

Eli Kaniel sings The Impossible Dream, just for you:


  1. "Seminal Fluffy"? That conjures up a most unpleasant image.

  2. I wouldn't say Gloria Balsam's Fluffy qualifies as a bad record-it is in fact quite nice


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