Eoghan Quigg is the only studio album by Northern Irish pop singer Eoghan Quigg, released on 6 April 2009. Quigg, who finished third in the fifth series of the UK television talent show The X Factor, was the first of the finalists from that series to release a studio album. The record predominantly features cover versions of songs that Quigg performed on The X Factor, and one original song, "28,000 Friends".
On its release, the album was described by multiple critics as the worst ever recorded...
"A Popjustice reviewer predicted that it would garner a lasting legacy as such, having been “recorded so cheaply and with such little regard for the art of pop that the final product simply does not count as music.”
I’ve previously given the Fast Food Rockers and Cheeky Girls albums a full listen during quiet hours at work, so I guess this is the logical next step.
I’ve not listened to the debut album by Eoghan Quigg before.
Nah sure Harry Hill is bald.
I am up for this but can’t commit this afternoon.
Think there’s a lot of mileage in this concept.
Very up for this, terrible covers are one of my favourite kinds of music and it looks like there are some all-timers on here.
Absolutely begging to be announced by Matt Berry with a name like that.
A good 60% of Harry Hills TV Burp bits were just mispronouncing his name, the rest was wearing a wig and copying Eoghan’s ‘awaiting vote results’ face
youre thinking of the Housem9s
May I interest you in this?
Fuck me, this is abysmal. You’re all gonna love it.
I used to call him Yogan Quogg.
passed through his hometown at the weekend (twice)
it’s also my mum’s hometown