Five artists who do not perform their big hits

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American band Paramore are on board one of their greatest achievements, the Misery of the Business.

Frontwoman Hayley Williams revealed the news in a special homecoming show in Nashville.

He said that the band “feel like it is time to go away for a while ‘time”.

The song has been criticized in the past for some of its language, which was seen as anti-feminist, and has attracted a backlash.

Williams said in an interview last year: “I was a boy of 17 years, when I wrote the text in question and see if I can somehow exemplify what it means to grow up, get information, and become any shade of ‘woke up’, then that’s fine with me.”

But the Band aren’t alone in shunning one of their most known songs. Here are five other artists who have stopped performing some of their greatest hits.1. Radiohead – Creep

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It was the turning point song of Thom Yorke and his band in 1993, but Radiohead are sick of their song Creep.

Yorke has also given the nickname of “shit”, despite it being part of the band, set for the most part of the years ‘ 90.

The group said from the time they were touring on the 1997 album Ok Computer, they were sick.

At a concert in Montreal, when the crowd began to shout out requests for it, Yorke, also shouted an expletive, adding: “We are tired!”

I went seven years without playing the song, bringing back very briefly in 2016.2. Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven

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Robert Plant told the Los Angeles Times in 1988: “I would like to break out in hives if I had to sing the song in each show”.

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He wrote the song in 1971, but he said, as he grew older that no longer makes sense.

“I wrote those lyrics and found that a song of some importance and consequence in 1971, but 17 years later, I don’t know.”

The plant of contempt for the song is also credited as the cause of a huge gap between him and Jimmy Page, guitarist of the band.

When they gathered for a concert and reunion in 2007, the couple argued about the fact that the song would be in series (in the end it is done, but the Plant refused to the end on it).3. Madonna – Like a Virgin

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She is the Queen of Pop, known for consistently reinventing herself in the course of the years.

But the Madonna of the future facing outlook means that she is happy to leave some of his biggest hits, from behind, Like a Virgin be one of them.

He told New York radio Z100 in 2008 that he was not sure that she could sing the song forever.

“I can’t, unless somebody paid me, like, 30 million dollars or something like that.”

Not only that Madge does not even want to hear the song – he said in another interview, a year after that people often try and play his songs.

“For some reason, people think that when you go to a restaurant or go shopping that you want to listen to one of your songs.

“And’ usually ‘Like a Virgin’ and that is what I do not want to hear.”4. Oasis – Wonderwall

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While at present an Oasis reunion may seem quite unlikely, the probability of getting a feel of Liam and Noel performing Wonderwall, together, they also have the worst odds of winning.

When asked by MTV what he thought of the song, Liam said: “Every time I sing it I want to gag.

“You go in America, and as if they said: ‘are you Mr. Wonderwall?’ You want to chin someone.”

And in spite of Liam and Noel to get together, share the same feelings about the song.

At the beginning of this year, Noel told Absolute Radio, “I don’t really like that song, I think ‘Cigarettes and Alcohol’ is a far superior song.” 5. R. E. M – Shiny Happy People

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Shiny Happy People was released in 1991, in a time when grunge bands like Nirvana were taking over.

The band was not a big fan of the song, despite being probably their most successful and popular.

It was not chosen for the band of 2003 best of compilation, nor has it been played live a lot, as Michael Stipe says he doesn’t want the band to be remembered for this.

When asked about the track in 2006, he told The Sun, “OK, I don’t want to be the song of R. E. M. remembers in 100 years, but should be recognized as one of our minor hits . . . even though this is not our finest moment.”

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