History Discontinuity / Music

10th Jun '18 9:04:45 AM ghostlyneonpixels
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* According to a lot of Music/MyChemicalRomance fans, there is no such thing as [[Music/TheBlackParade The Black Parade]].

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* According to a lot of Music/MyChemicalRomance fans, there is no such thing as [[Music/TheBlackParade The Black Parade]].[[Music/DangerDaysTheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys Danger Days]].



** According to some fans, My Chemical Romance took a long break after Three Cheers, and came back with Danger Days. Bob Bryar? Who is that?
8th May '18 6:27:50 AM bowserbros
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* Some Music/MichaelJackson fans don't consider his 2010 posthumous album ''Michael'' as canon, as some of his relatives are uncertain whether the vocals from the album are really his.
** Other fans would consider his post-Motown era (from ''Music/OffTheWall'' to ''{{Music/Invincible}}'') as canon.
** Some fans would accept his first eight albums as canon, ignoring ''Music/HistoryPastPresentAndFutureBookI'' and ''Music/{{Invincible}}''.
** Some fans would accept his first nine albums and his remix album (which did have new material) ''Blood in the Dance Floor: [=HIStory=] in the Mix'' as canon, ignoring ''Music/{{Invincible}}''.

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* Some A noticeably large camp of Music/MichaelJackson fans don't consider his 2010 posthumous album ''Michael'' as canon, as some of his relatives are uncertain whether the vocals from the album are really his.
his (Jackson did have dental problems and other health issues that had a noticeably poor effect on his voice near the end of his life, as illustrated from the rehearsal footage from the ''This is It'' concerts, though that doesn't stop fans from attributing the debated vocals to soundalike Jason Malachi).
** Other fans would consider his post-Motown post-Motown, pre-death era (from ''Music/OffTheWall'' to ''{{Music/Invincible}}'') as canon.
** Some fans would accept only his first eight albums as canon, ignoring ''Music/HistoryPastPresentAndFutureBookI'' and ''Music/{{Invincible}}''.
** Some fans would accept his first nine albums and his remix album (which did have new material) ''Blood in the Dance Floor: [=HIStory=] in the Mix'' as canon, ignoring ''Music/{{Invincible}}''. In general, of his Epic output, ''Invincible'' seems to be the most divisive of the bunch.
** While ''Music/{{Xscape}}'' was a much better-regarded posthumous album than ''Michael'', you'll still run into the occasional group of fans who prefer to pretend it never happened, mainly because Jackson himself was a notorious perfectionist and never got to have the final say in the official versions of the songs on both posthumous albums thanks to them being, well, [[AuthorExistenceFailure posthumous albums.]]
** There's also a good chunk of fans who prefer to ignore 2017's ''Scream'', with reasons typically varying from the same as the above-mentioned ''Xscape'' to the fact that it's a remix album as opposed to a third album of unreleased MJ material.
8th May '18 6:17:37 AM bowserbros
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** His mainstream pop rock work of TheEighties. ''Music/LetsDance'' IS the biggest-selling album of his career, but it alienated many fans of his 1970s work and 1980's ''Music/ScaryMonstersAndSuperCreeps''. His two follow-ups in that vein, ''Tonight'' and ''Never Let Me Down'', are seen as a huge DorkAge for him ([[CanonDiscontinuity and]] ''[[CanonDiscontinuity by]]'' [[CanonDiscontinuity him]]), and there are plenty who cringe at other work he did during this period, such as the ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' soundtrack and the "Dancing in the Street" duet with Mick Jagger.

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** His mainstream pop rock work of TheEighties. ''Music/LetsDance'' IS the biggest-selling album of his career, but it alienated many fans of his 1970s work and 1980's ''Music/ScaryMonstersAndSuperCreeps''. His two follow-ups in that vein, ''Tonight'' and ''Never Let Me Down'', are seen as a huge DorkAge for him ([[CanonDiscontinuity and]] ''[[CanonDiscontinuity by]]'' [[CanonDiscontinuity him]]), and there are plenty who cringe at other work he did during this period, such as the syrupy and ''incredibly'' dated-sounding ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' soundtrack (unless you're a nostalgic Gen X-er) and the "Dancing in the Street" duet with Mick Jagger.Jagger, particularly its HoYay-to-the-point-of-ridiculousness music video. The most general consensus one can find is that ''Let's Dance'' was good, as were a small handful of pieces from his 80's slump (namely "Loving the Alien" & "Blue Jean" from ''Tonight'', "Never Let Me Down" and '''especially''' "Time Will Crawl" from ''Never Let Me Down'', his performance at Live Aid, and maybe his non-''Labyrinth'' movie compositions if you're lucky), but aside from that it's best to pretend that Bowie took a huge breather during those years.
8th May '18 6:07:23 AM bowserbros
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* According to several fans, Music/{{Muse}}'s fifth album ''The Resistance'' was just a great big self-parody album and that the boys will stop taking the piss and go back to making proper music soon enough. Particularly noteworthy when Muse, until that album, had changed their style between every album without alienating many of their older fans. In fact, ''The Resistance'' is an odd one out as it could be regarded as the most predictable, suggesting that a fair few fans dislike it for reasons contrary to what usually fuels dis-continuity. Still, at least a huge quantity of the fanbase is united in their agreement that Muse have never ever had anything to do with the Twighlight films, and that they ''certainly'' never created the song "Neutron Star Collision," despite some silly rumours to the contrary.

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* According to several fans, Music/{{Muse}}'s fifth album ''The Resistance'' was just a great big self-parody album and that the boys will stop taking the piss and go back to making proper [[MemeticMutation pwoper]] music soon enough. Particularly noteworthy when Muse, until that album, had changed their style between every album without alienating many of their older fans. In fact, ''The Resistance'' is an odd one out as it could be regarded as the most predictable, suggesting that a fair few fans dislike it for reasons contrary to what usually fuels dis-continuity. Still, at least a huge quantity of the fanbase is united in their agreement that Muse have never ever had anything to do with the Twighlight films, and that they ''certainly'' never created the song "Neutron Star Collision," despite some silly rumours to the contrary.
22nd Mar '18 4:08:04 PM jmparker78
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* Music/StoneTemplePilots were a great 90's band. Too bad Scott Weiland died and the band [[Music/LinkinPark never, ever]] [[Series/TheXFactor replaced him]].
22nd Mar '18 4:03:30 PM jmparker78
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* Despite Ed Roland's IAmTheBand status, most Music/CollectiveSoul fans aren't too interested in anything recorded after ''Blender'', and most don't even like that one due to [[NewSoundAlbum how little it sounds like anything the band did before]]. For some reason, without Ross Childress, it just wasn't the same. While there are some who defend ''Youth'', all but the most devoted fans will prefer to say the band broke up after ''Dosage''. If they even acknowledge that one.
3rd Mar '18 3:14:49 AM jormis29
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* Following the release of ''Spiritual Machines'' in 2001, Raine Maida of Our Lady Peace went into a coma and the rest of the band refused to go on without him. Since then, some other band calling itself OLP released a couple of albums, but fans of ''Clumsy'' and ''Happiness Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch'' are still waiting for Raine to wake up.

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* Following the release of ''Spiritual Machines'' in 2001, Raine Maida of Our Lady Peace Music/OurLadyPeace went into a coma and the rest of the band refused to go on without him. Since then, some other band calling itself OLP released a couple of albums, but fans of ''Clumsy'' and ''Happiness Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch'' are still waiting for Raine to wake up.
3rd Feb '18 11:14:38 AM nombretomado
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* Irish band Altar of Plagues stated in an interview that they disregard the first EP they recorded, the "First Plague" EP. Indeed, if one goes to their MySpace page, only their debut album and the other three [=EPs=] they recorded are listed.

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* Irish band Altar of Plagues stated in an interview that they disregard the first EP they recorded, the "First Plague" EP. Indeed, if one goes to their MySpace Website/MySpace page, only their debut album and the other three [=EPs=] they recorded are listed.
10th Dec '17 1:14:43 PM nombretomado
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* Most Music/{{Pantera}} fans refuse to acknowledge that the band originally began as a hair metal group. This is a sentiment with the band itself; [[OldShame all members of the band discount all albums]] released prior to ''Cowboys From Hell''. They did license a pre-''Cowboys'' track for ''DonnieDarko'', but apparently under the condition that it didn't have the Pantera name attached to it - it's listed in the credits as being performed by the (non-existent) band Dead Green Mummies.

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* Most Music/{{Pantera}} fans refuse to acknowledge that the band originally began as a hair metal group. This is a sentiment with the band itself; [[OldShame all members of the band discount all albums]] released prior to ''Cowboys From Hell''. They did license a pre-''Cowboys'' track for ''DonnieDarko'', ''Film/DonnieDarko'', but apparently under the condition that it didn't have the Pantera name attached to it - it's listed in the credits as being performed by the (non-existent) band Dead Green Mummies.
22nd Oct '17 11:14:37 AM nombretomado
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* Many fans of the band CannibalCorpse will ''vehemently'' deny that George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher ever existed, much less replaced former vocalist Chris Barnes.

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* Many fans of the band CannibalCorpse Music/CannibalCorpse will ''vehemently'' deny that George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher ever existed, much less replaced former vocalist Chris Barnes.
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