There are musicians and groups that suck.
But they can be divided into two groups, one of which produces “good suck” while the other produces “bad suck”.
“Good suck” happens when the artists in question realize that they do indeed suck. Then, they decide to continue sucking with enthousiasm. You can say that they “actively suck”.
“Bad suck” happens when the artists do not realize that they suck, and thus lose out on the opportunity to give full play to their suck. They “passively suck”. There are many more artists who passively produce “bad suck” than there are those who actively produce “good suck”.
After watching David Hasselhof’s video “hooked on a feeling”, I began to consider that he has finally begun to rise to the level of good suck. His music sucks, his lyrics suck, he sucks, and from the look of his video, he is fully aware that he sucks. Yet he continues to produce, actively choosing to suck and giving full play to his poor taste. His video has all the elements of what I would categorize as “good suck”.