It's an online world we live in today. Everything is shared and privacy is basically reduced to null, but it seems that's just the way we want it.
Breakfast photos, places you visit, your bathroom and of course, the music you like, it's all out there.
When it comes to music, sharing can sometimes come as unintentional. Latest Spotify song listening, accidental YouTube video like or share are just some of the things that can reveal your death-metal-for-life friend's secret fondness for Celine Dion, Susan Boyle or even worse, Nickelback.
And honestly, you just have to love those moments. The very same moments Slacker Radio decided to focus on with their latest "Top 50 Most Embarrassing Songs Shared On Facebook" list. Apart from the obvious pop choices such as Chris Brown's "Strip" topping the list, "We Are The World" or "My Humps" by the Black Eyed Peas, the list features several big rock bands.
As you might have guessed, Nickelback comes in as the first rock group at No. 4 with their smash hit "Rockstar", closely followed by Limp Bizkit's "Nookie" at No. 6.
U2 is not too far behind either with "Vertigo" landing at No. 14. Further down the line, you'll find the likes of Simon And Garfunkel at No. 20, Bon Jovi's global hit "It's My Life" at No. 24 and "With Arms Wide Open" by Creed at No. 28.
You can check out the top 10 below, or head over to Forbes for the full list.
01. Chris Brown - "Strip" 02. Train - "Hey Soul Sister" 03. Susan Boyle - "Hallelujah" 04. Nickelback - "Rockstar" 05. Pitbull - "Don't Stop The Party" 06. Limp Bizkit - "Nookie" 07. Artists For Haiti - "We Are The World" 08. Jason Mraz - "I'm Yours" 09. Owl City - "Fireflies" 10. Bon Iver - "Holocene"
So what do you think about the list, do you agree with these picks? And which song would you add as your ultimate Facebook share fail? Let us know in the comments section below.