1 of 5
5. Mike Will Made It feat. Wiz Khalifa and Future, ''P---y Overrated''
Future's ''Move That Dope'' was one of the neck-snappingest bangers of the year, but he flushed an infinity pool's worth of goodwill on this lazy, misogynistic tag-team with bong-water sponge Khalifa.
2 of 5
4. Robin Thicke, Paula
If Thicke's new album-naming rubric is ''Things I'm never getting back,'' look for Dignity next.
3 of 5
3. Neil Young, Storytone
Young is a fascinating icon who just split from his wife of 36 years and launched a wacky digital-music start-up. None of that intrigue is in Storytone, an orchestral experiment that is both epically dull and frustratingly irrelevant.
4 of 5
2. Foster the People, Supermodel
When ''Pumped Up Kicks'' broke huge in 2011, Foster the People were supposed to be the next Beach Boys. Turns out they were—as long as you prefer ''Kokomo'' to Pet Sounds.
5 of 5
1. The Chainsmokers, ''#Selfie''
Not to get hyperbolic, but between its dirt-stupid beats and vacant video (which has more than 260 million views), ''#Selfie'' is exhibit A for giving the entire Internet a Viking funeral and starting over again.