There is a book with the title "The World's Worst Aircrafts". I bought it some 6-7 years ago and gave it to a friend who built the world's best model airplane to me.
It mentions about 25 planes from the very beginning of flight, among them several of the planes mentioned here, Brabazon, Pricess, Tu-144, Spruce Goose etc.
But it certainly didn't mention the Blohm & Voss Bv-141 - great plane but ugly looking. Neither BAe-146 - the perfect short field low noise airliner. Neither the Douglass X-3 - test flown with what engines were available, but outdated when the engine manufacturers many years later finally came up with something useful like for instance the GE J-79.
Always keep your number of landings equal to your number of take-offs