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Old 01-27-2016, 10:36 AM   #46
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I'll eventually start saying Deep Purple or something as I cant really think of vocalist changes.

but it's really true that unless you're AC/DC, the band changes so much when vocalist changes.
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Katrina and The Waves really betrayed me. They were an unstoppable musical force, but then they sold out to corporate. They could've been the greatest of all time.


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Didn't even like the last album?

I still like them, but I mostly only go back to their Nitro Records albums these days.
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I actually prefer the Van Hagar era
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Katrina and The Waves really betrayed me. They were an unstoppable musical force, but then they sold out to corporate. They could've been the greatest of all time.


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I actually prefer the Van Hagar era
Singing-wise, Hager was freaking amazing. but I guess all the charisma Dave had probably made us miss the Dave-era of Van Halen.
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Da fuck? Singing wise yes, but once Dave left the magic was gone


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Van Halen peaked with the first 8 tracks of their debut album. They never had a better run of songs than that.
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Cranberries. Nos that they've been that active.
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Eddie's guitar work is superior on Women and Children First and Fair Warning.
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Never liked Muse. Coldplay I guess, but they've given me enough good stuff that I can sort of move on. I listened to the new one once and it was shit, so never again, and I'm fine.

Bloc Party is the one that comes to mind, though. "Betrayed" is far too strong a word but everything has been downhill with them since Silent Alarm, one of my albums of the noughts. In fact, it's all been downhill since track one; Like Eating Glass is probably my fav Bloc Party song. That new song is atrocious.

I might think of some more later. Even Outkast there's disappointment there, because their last album was a bit crap and every time they step out together they prove that if they did something it would be mega good.

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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.

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Not sure how serious you are..? Five songs from the latest album out of 21 and five from that self-titled which was huge (and great) plus a solid smattering from the rest? Also, aren't we the first to say kudos to bands who play new stuff over old stuff?
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