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Old 04-21-2003, 09:57 PM   #16
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I'd like to nominate Van Halen 3...a genuine piece of shit from one of the best bands in history....

Also, Shangri-La-Di-Da by STP.......Scott Weiland's boring when he's not on drugs...
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All That You Can't Leave Behind

Every U2 album except the last one have been special to me in one way or another, and that includes Boy and October. Even though I felt The Joshua Tree was a bit overrated and I very rarely ever listen to Rattle 'n Hum, I still feel like those albums represent a part of the U2 I know and love.

I felt the Elevation tour shows that I saw were better than the shows I saw on the JT Tour, ZooTV and Pop tours. Still, ATYCLB was a disappointment for me. I only bought it several weeks after it came out which is unusual for me considering U2 is perhaps my favorite band. I do still listen to ATYCLB but for me it just doesn't measure up to U2's past output.
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i will admit, when i first heard beautiful day, i was like partially because it sounded nothing like they said it would. usually it was a good thing, but in this case i was disappointed with the overall sound of the album.

but whatever, i'm not going to derail this into some U2 bashing thread. anyway, i also think that:

R.E.M.'s albums from the mid-90s on have been kinda disappointing. it is like they've become a pale imitation of themselves, especially now that their drummer (sorry, his name is escaping me at the moment) left.

duran duran's album liberty. only the true fan has probably heard of this album, and it's nothing special. my guess is they decided they just had to become a fivesome again, even if they were bringing sub-par musicians into the thread. maybe not necessarily sub-par meaning they suck, but just that they didn't mesh well with the music and the attitude of the band. notorious and big thing were great albums, and then they followed it up with an utter crap album with maybe two or three decent songs. if i were to make a mix cd, i probably wouldn't even include any songs off of this album, and most fans feel the same way. it's probably the constant lowest rated dd album among fans.

blender by collective soul. after dosage, they released a weak album, with an elton john duet? wtf? i loved dosage, and i guess they just tried too hard to duplicate it.

more will probably come to me later.
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all that you can leave behind is definitly the most disappointing record i own, without question. the words "punk rock" were used by bono to describe this effort before it was released, but i think the words "light pop ballads" is a better description.

coldplay's latest. id heard so many good things about it, and when i got it i was crushed that i had spent 20 something dollars on it.
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you spent 20 dollars on it? damn canadian bacon (inflation)....
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sometimes albums cost around 26 dollars. boo.
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that sucks, deathbear. 26 dollar albums...not that you didn't like coldplay and ATYCLB, that's your own fault
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Damned alblums, thats what I like to call them alblums......

another big dissapointment was the new Nada Surf, I loved the first single, but the whole things sucks big time.....
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that sucks, deathbear. 26 dollar albums...not that you didn't like coldplay and ATYCLB, that's your own fault
perhaps, but everything is based on personal taste to begin with, eh old boy?
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