History Discontinuity / Music

11th Jun '17 6:17:10 PM igordebraga
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* Music/AphexTwin, considered one of the greatest [[ElectronicMusic Electronica]] musicians alongside Music/{{Kraftwerk}}, Music/TangerineDream, Music/{{Autechre}}, Music/{{Leftfield}} and Music/BrianEno, is a particularly complex case. There are those who consider his first two ambient albums to be his greatest, whilst others only consider the first one any good; some detest the manic drill n bass/drum n bass noise of ''...I Care Because You Do'', ''Girl/Boy EP'' and the ''Richard D. James'' albums. The recent ''Analord'' series, consisting of Acid Techno tracks done completely on analogue equipment without computers has an avid fanbase and yet many detractors, some calling it a masterpiece whilst others saying that his experimentation ''Drukqs'' is better. All the while the other side says ''Drukqs'' is a bunch of Richard's B sides thrown together as a double album. Funnily enough, his most commercial releases, ''Come To Daddy'' and ''Windowlicker'' have everyone agreeing that they're great.
** Except [[CreatorBacklash Richard D. James himself]], he's expressed his contempt for ''Come To Daddy'', referring to it as a 'death metal jingle'.

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* Music/AphexTwin, considered one of the greatest [[ElectronicMusic Electronica]] musicians alongside Music/{{Kraftwerk}}, Music/TangerineDream, Music/{{Autechre}}, Music/{{Leftfield}} and Music/BrianEno, is a particularly complex case. There are those who consider his first two ambient albums to be his greatest, whilst others only consider the first one any good; some detest the manic drill n bass/drum n bass noise of ''...I Care Because You Do'', ''Girl/Boy EP'' and the ''Richard D. James'' albums. The recent ''Analord'' series, consisting of Acid Techno tracks done completely on analogue equipment without computers has an avid fanbase and yet many detractors, some calling it a masterpiece whilst others saying that his experimentation ''Drukqs'' is better. All the while the other side says ''Drukqs'' is a bunch of Richard's B sides thrown together as a double album. Funnily enough, his most commercial releases, ''Come "Come To Daddy'' Daddy" and ''Windowlicker'' "Windowlicker" have everyone agreeing that they're great.
** Except [[CreatorBacklash Richard D. James himself]], he's expressed his contempt for ''Come "Come To Daddy'', Daddy", referring to it as a 'death metal jingle'.



** Some Music/IronMaiden fans tend to consider anything produced by the band ''without'' Music/BruceDickinson fronting the band to be sub-par, although most do recognize Paul's work on the first two albums.

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** Some Music/IronMaiden fans tend to consider anything produced by the band ''without'' Music/BruceDickinson fronting the band to be sub-par, although most do recognize Paul's Paul [=Di'Anno=]'s work on the first two albums.



* Many fans of Music/{{Metallica}} insist that they released nothing after that bus crash. Others say that their recording career ended immediately before the Black Album, or immediately after it. The tiny fraction of fans left insist that they went on to make three more albums after this, but when faced with a copy of ''St. Anger,'' go into violent conniptions.

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* Many fans of Music/{{Metallica}} insist that they released nothing after that bus crash. Others say that their recording career ended immediately before the Black Album, or immediately after it. The tiny fraction of fans left insist that they went on to make three four more albums after this, but when faced with a copy of ''St. Anger,'' Anger'' (or, God forbid, ''Lulu''), go into violent conniptions.



** [[CreatorBacklash The band members themselves]] are making a conscious effort to erase ''Music/AtomHeartMother'' from their memories, and they've also admitted they didn't really know what they were doing during ''Music/{{Ummagumma}}'' (though they do acknowledge the live disk actually turned out pretty well).
* Some members of the Hardcore Punk scene insist that the Misfits do not exist without Glenn Danzig, while others are actually pleased that he's off doing his own thing (usually making a fool of himself and screaming at Hugh Jackman) these days while Jerry actually turned the band into a success.

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** [[CreatorBacklash The band members themselves]] are making a conscious effort to erase ''Music/AtomHeartMother'' from their memories, memories (at most, Music/DavidGilmour still plays "Fat Old Sun" on occasion), and they've also admitted they didn't really know what they were doing during ''Music/{{Ummagumma}}'' (though they do acknowledge the live disk actually turned out pretty well).
* Some members of the Hardcore Punk scene insist that the Misfits Music/TheMisfits do not exist without Glenn Danzig, while others are actually pleased that he's off doing his own thing (usually making a fool of himself and screaming at Hugh Jackman) these days while Jerry actually turned the band into a success.



** And now that the band is over, [[TheBandMinusTheFace Beady Eye]] tries to forget its existence, not playing any Oasis material in concerts (unlike Noel).

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** And now that once the band is was over, [[TheBandMinusTheFace Beady Eye]] tries tried to forget its existence, not playing any Oasis material in concerts (unlike Noel).



** Basically when Slash left the group, the band ceased to be.

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** Basically when Slash left the group, the band ceased to be. Only to revive when he and Duff returned! (ironically, with a few ''Chinese Democracy'' songs on the setlist)



** Popular consensus is that ''Blood Sugar Sex Magik'' was their triumphant SwanSong.

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** Popular consensus is that ''Blood Sugar Sex Magik'' ''Californication'' was their triumphant SwanSong.



** Similarly, his TurnOfTheMillennium shift to AlternativeRock is divisive; it's hard to find anyone who loves ''Hours'', ''Heathen'', ''Reality'' '''and''' ''The Next Day''.

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** Similarly, his TurnOfTheMillennium shift to AlternativeRock is divisive; it's hard to find anyone who loves ''Hours'', ''Heathen'', ''Reality'' '''and''' ''The Next Day''. (''Blackstar'' might get a pass for being his SwanSong)
22nd May '17 2:41:50 PM Discord_and_Dine
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* Music/ArethaFranklin, the queen of soul, recorded a ''disco'' album in 1979, trying to win back mainstream success lost in the early 70's. It was a critical and commerical flop and many of her fans refuse to acknowledge it's existence. It's so hated that it still hasn't been released on CD in the US.

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* Music/ArethaFranklin, the queen of soul, recorded a ''disco'' album in 1979, entitled ''La Diva''. She was trying to win back the mainstream success she lost in the early 70's. It was a critical and commerical flop and many of her fans refuse to acknowledge it's existence. It's so hated that it still hasn't been released on CD in the US.
22nd May '17 11:21:48 AM Discord_and_Dine
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* Music/ArethaFranklin, the queen of soul, recorded a ''disco'' album in 1979, trying to win back mainstream success lost in the early 70's. It was a critical and commerical flop and many of her fans refuse to acknowledge it's existence. It's so hated that it still hasn't been released on CD in the US.
22nd May '17 8:20:33 AM Discord_and_Dine
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** Most fans agree that [[NewSoundAlbum ''One More Light'']] was never released, due to the album being practically straight {{Main/Pop}}.
18th Apr '17 8:10:22 AM AlanPalgut
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* There is some debate among classical music fans about how many ballets Music/IgorStravinsky actually composed. The first three (''Theatre/TheFirebird'', ''Petrushka'' and ''Theatre/TheRiteOfSpring'') are definitely considered canon, but the existence of his later ballets, especially after ''Pulcinella'', becomes more questionable.
27th Mar '17 2:17:32 PM Vorhias
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* Fans of Music/MumfordAndSons insist that the band never went electric on their third album which does not exist. Some will also claim they never experimented with gospel music on a second similarly non-existent album.
19th Mar '17 10:51:06 PM Scsigs
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* Hardcore Music/FallOutBoy fans are pretty fickle. Either their first album is all that exists from them, their first two, or their first four. They've changed up their style so drastically between each that fans that like all four of them equally are pretty rare to come across unless you specifically look. Also, their more overtly Pop exploits since 2013 don't exist either and the band ended after ''Folie'' for some.

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* Hardcore Music/FallOutBoy fans are pretty fickle. Either their first album is all that exists from them, their first two, or their first four. They've changed up their style so drastically between each that fans that like all four of them equally are pretty rare to come across unless you specifically look.look for them. Also, their more overtly Pop exploits since 2013 don't exist either and the band ended after ''Folie'' for some.
19th Mar '17 10:50:22 PM Scsigs
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* Hardcore Music/FallOutBoy fans are pretty fickle. Either their first album is all that exists from them, their first two, or their first four. They've changed up their style so drastically between each that fans that like all four of them equally are pretty rare to come across unless you specifically look. Also, their more overtly Pop exploits since 2013 don't exist either and the band ended after ''Folie'' for some.
17th Feb '17 5:31:02 PM Twentington
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* Although it was acclaimed critically and has been embraced by a few fans, country singer-songwriter Alan Jackson's 2006 album ''Like Red On A Rose'', an exploratory easy-listening album that consists almost entirely of slow, bluesy love songs (as well as the only album in his catalog not produced by Keith Stegall), might as well not exist to many fans. Indeed, with his 2008 album ''Good Time'', Alan does appear to be moving back to a more radio-friendly mainstream country sound.

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* Although it was acclaimed critically and has been embraced by a few fans, country singer-songwriter Alan Jackson's Music/AlanJackson's 2006 album ''Like Red On A Rose'', an [[GenreAdultery exploratory easy-listening album album]] that consists almost entirely of slow, bluesy love songs (as well as the only album in his catalog not produced by Keith Stegall), might as well not exist to many fans. Indeed, with his 2008 album ''Good Time'', Alan does appear to be moving back to Usually the only song that's given a more radio-friendly mainstream country sound.pass is "A Woman's Love", if only because it's a rerecording of an older song of his.



* Regardless of what one's opinion of the CountryMusic band Music/{{Lonestar}} may be, most agree on two things: 1.) the solo songs Richie [=McDonald=] did in 2007-2011 never happened, and 2.) the album the other three guys did with Cody Collins on lead vocals never happened, either.

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* Regardless of what one's opinion of the CountryMusic band Music/{{Lonestar}} may be, most agree on two things: 1.) the solo songs Richie [=McDonald=] did in 2007-2011 never happened, and 2.) the album the other three guys did with Cody Collins replacing him on lead vocals never happened, either.
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