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Old 01-27-2016, 12:45 AM   #31
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Lady Gaga. Her last album was so bad. But we will always have Bad Romance, which is probably favorite pop song, ever.
yes.

i will add the killers. hot fuss was great. what happened? i didn't like them enough to feel personally betrayed by them or anything, but they're probably the first band i think of where i liked their earlier stuff, then just really haven't liked anything since.
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Old 01-27-2016, 02:14 AM   #32
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The Strokes. Their first two albums were insane good. Then they went to blah fast. And then actively not good more recently. I don't like it. But it doesn't offend me personally. There's so much good music to be discovered that when artists change and I don't like it, I just don't listen to their newer stuff.

If it were 2005, I would have said U2 but I really like their last two albums.
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Old 01-27-2016, 02:32 AM   #33
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When I saw them live, I spent the entire time cringing at nearly everything they did. A music video accompanied one of the new tracks on the video boards of a bunch of "goth" and "punk" teenagers in love. It was really, really pathetic.

Nearly as pathetic as seeing Blink 182 the next night and them playing almost all "new" material and actually skipping major singles from the early years.

http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/blink1...-23c77c5b.html
I consider anything after that self-titled Blink 182 album with the Robert Smith song to not exist. That reminds me, I took it quite personally when Green Day put out American Idiot, while we're on the subject of hugely popular pop punk bands I was never actually a huge fan of. I was in this minority (no pun intended) that thought Warning was good, liked the direction they were going in, only to be insulted when they came back as 40+ year old wearing eyeliner and trying to appeal to kids who were barely out of diapers when Dookie came out.

Back to Fall Out Boy, Take This to Your Grave and From Under the Cork Tree are perfectly okay.
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Old 01-27-2016, 07:13 AM   #34
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Definitely Muse.
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Yeah, I think Muse is the clear winner here.
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I was about to say U2 as a joke, but I'd say Muse or Coldplay for sure. or Metallica, even?
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Muse is the easiest answer. They tried to sell out and it failed.

Coldplay is almost there.

Imagine Dragons can be chalked up on my list.
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Gang of Four?
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Genesis- it was almost as if they changed lead man entirely.


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Genesis- it was almost as if they changed lead man entirely.
AC/DC and Van Halen too.
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AC/DC and Van Halen too.
Black Sabbath?
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but really, though. Black Sabbath experienced some peculiar changes as Tony Iommi wasn't allowed to disband Sabbath when Ozzy and Dio wasn't in the band.
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Black Sabbath?
Rainbow?
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Bands that Changed so Much You Feel Personally Betrayed By Them

I still enjoy them but I can't remember a band with a divide between fans greater than Kings Of Leon. My main issue with them lately is their obvious laziness. They are very talented and have vastly improved as musicians but you can't help but notice that they don't give a flying fuck.


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