Check out this letter that a cantor had sent to Fr. Z. Someone's got a black list going around. I don't think it's the USCCB or its CDW that's circulated it yet. Could be a diocese, or perhaps a pastor. The disapproved song in question is We Remember (that would bring a smile on my face as well as the face of the cantor who wrote the letter; btw, that cantor's music director was a little more sheepish about it).
Speaking of bad music...
Meanwhile, in the combox of the same post, you'll see the hideous song Ashes being tossed about. While they question whether or not it's heretical or pelegian or what not, I question the song's general intelligence ---
WHY WOULD ANY CATHOLIC MUSIC PUBLISHER IN HIS/HER/ITS RIGHT MIND PUBLISH A SONG WHERE THE WORD STUMBLINGS IS WRITTEN IN THREE SYLLABLES AND INCLUDE ITS USE IN A WORSHIP AID FOR CONGREGATIONS???
Third line of verse 2: Give our stum-bl-ings direction...
Seriously - it sounds like it came from a three-year-old that uses the four-syllable type-a-writer. The average adult congregation, I believe, and even the average children's congregation, is a lot smarter than that.