Van Halen III: I suppose that this probably is their worst album. I don't remember what Gary Cherone's vocals on it even sound like. I remember no songs either from 1995's Balance.
Around The Sun: A very boring and weak album but I'm still convinced that Accelerate, which got good reviews, was worse. If it counts as an album, their actual low point is Dead Letter Office.
St. Anger: Mostly terrible, though I do actually like when the trash can snare kicks in on the title track a lot, as well as parts of "Frantic." It's possible they could have done something nice with the snare, though people have amusingly made a Youtube joke out of transplanting the snare into other Metallica songs, or other people's songs altogether, such as "In The Snare Tonight."
Calling All Stations: Bad, but I do like a couple parts of it, like "Shipwrecked" or the later parts of "One Man's Fool." However, they had no idea how to make long songs anymore or who their target audience was.
Soap Opera: Yes, this is their low point--I was more satisfied with this entry making the list than any other. What's stunning is they put out a good album--just about their ONLY good album after 1971--that same year, Schoolboys In Disgrace, which I really like now!! (For those of you who haven't read up on the Kinks, 1974 was the low point for the band as a unit.)
Liz Phair: Teen pop? Half of Exile In Guyville sounds like an after school special, and I mean that as a compliment. Sexed up? Her NIPPLE is showing on the EIG cover. Not a great album and she did kind of embarrass herself, but I LOVE "Extroardinary" and like "Why Can't I" and a couple others, too. The album she made afterwards, Somebody's Miracle, had no good songs on it at all, far worse than LP.
Raditude: "If You're Wondering If I Want You To" or whatever it is and "I'm Your Daddy" are really fun songs. This always happens with them though--two or three great cuts and a bunch of poorly written simplistic teen pop dreck.
Dog Eat Dog: I've never heard this, or any other Joni Mitchell album, but it's hilarious that the original RS review compared her lyrics to RUSH.
Crown Royal: I'll never listen to this, but it's hilarious that Run DMC tried to stay current by collaborating with THIRD EYE BLIND.
Right By You: Stephen Stills' initials on the cover look like the Nazi "SS."
Van Morrison: Two hours of right wing troll rants? THIS I GOTTA HEAR.
Summer In Paradise: Disappointingly not as terrible as I wanted it to be. Only "Summer Of Love" is hilariously gag-inducing and I already knew that song from TV. The infamous John Stamos bit is just a boring ordinary adult contemporary song, not the hilarious disaster I was hoping for. M. I. U. Album and The Beach Boys were worse.
Mardi Gras: Crap, of course, but this is like the third list RS has done this year to mention this whole debacle!
Metal Magic: I haven't heard this but God does that cover make me want to.
Union: Yep, glad to see this one made it.
No Y Kant Tori Read? No Dirty Work?