History Discontinuity / Music

2nd May '16 6:57:42 AM Sapphirea2
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** This still leaves the three "techno" albums he released in TheNineties: ''Black Tie White Noise'', ''1. Outside'' and ''Earthling''. Some fans will admit to one, maybe two, but good luck finding more than a microscopic handful who will regard all three as part of the Bowie catalog.
** And into the end of the decade and the new millennium we met face to face with his shift to AlternativeRock in the forms of ''Hours'', ''Heathen'', ''Reality'' and ''The Next Day''. The Man who Sold the World seems to be selling very little nowadays.

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** This still leaves Of the three "techno" albums he released in TheNineties: ''Black Tie White Noise'', ''1. Outside'' and ''Earthling''. Some fans will admit to one, maybe two, but good luck finding more than a microscopic handful who will regard all three as part of the Bowie catalog.
** And into the end of the decade and the new millennium we met face to face with Similarly, his TurnOfTheMillennium shift to AlternativeRock in the forms of is divisive; it's hard to find anyone who loves ''Hours'', ''Heathen'', ''Reality'' and '''and''' ''The Next Day''. The Man who Sold the World seems to be selling very little nowadays.Day''.
30th Apr '16 3:41:06 AM DiscoTam
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* 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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* 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 thing (usually making a fool of himself and screaming at Hugh Jackman) these days while Jerry actually turned the band into a success.
29th Apr '16 4:27:36 AM aye_amber
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** Many fans would like to forget that the ConceptAlbum ''MusicFromTheElder'' was ever made. [[CreatorBacklash So would the group]].

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** Many fans would like to forget that the ConceptAlbum ''MusicFromTheElder'' ''Music/MusicFromTheElder'' was ever made. [[CreatorBacklash So would the group]].group.]]
24th Apr '16 12:08:13 AM aye_amber
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* Music/AphexTwin, considered one of the greatest {{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.

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* Music/AphexTwin, considered one of the greatest {{Electronica}} [[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.
2nd Mar '16 2:56:28 PM aye_amber
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* Music/{{Autechre}} seems to have forgotten that its first release was a generic oldskool hardcore single from 1991, ''Cavity Job'', and not its first foray into {{IDM}}, "The Egg" (released on the seminal 1992 Warp compilation ''Artificial Intelligence'').

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* Music/{{Autechre}} seems to have forgotten that its first release was a generic oldskool hardcore single from 1991, ''Cavity Job'', and not its first foray into {{IDM}}, IDM, "The Egg" (released on the seminal 1992 Warp compilation ''Artificial Intelligence'').
27th Feb '16 4:39:54 PM mlsmithca
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* Music/DaftPunk have released from one to four albums depending on who you talk to. To elaborate: their first album was the French house-style ''Homework''. Their second album, however, was the electropop ''Music/{{Discovery}}'', which caused some of their house fans to disown them but is now considered a [[MagnumOpus career landmark]]. The pro forma third album, ''Human After All'', is the one most often discarded for sounding rushed, repetitive and incomplete. Whether or not the live album ''Alive 2007'' counts depends on how you view the first three (though review website Pitchfork admitted that ''Alive 2007'' did help to validate the existence of ''Human After All'').

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* Music/DaftPunk have released from one to four albums depending on who you talk to. To elaborate: their first album was the French house-style ''Homework''. Their second album, however, was the electropop ''Music/{{Discovery}}'', which caused some of their house fans to disown them but is now considered a [[MagnumOpus career landmark]].landmark. The pro forma third album, ''Human After All'', is the one most often discarded for sounding rushed, repetitive and incomplete. Whether or not the live album ''Alive 2007'' counts depends on how you view the first three (though review website Pitchfork admitted that ''Alive 2007'' did help to validate the existence of ''Human After All'').
15th Feb '16 10:14:16 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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* Music/DaftPunk have released from one to four albums depending on who you talk to. To elaborate: their first album was the French house-style ''Homework''. Their second album, however, was the electropop ''Music/{{Discovery}}'', causing some of their house fans to disown them. The pro forma third album, ''Human After All'', is the one most often discarded for sounding rushed, repetitive and incomplete. Whether or not the live album ''Alive 2007'' counts depends on how you view the first three (though review website Pitchfork admitted that ''Alive 2007'' did help to validate the existence of ''Human After All'').

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* Music/DaftPunk have released from one to four albums depending on who you talk to. To elaborate: their first album was the French house-style ''Homework''. Their second album, however, was the electropop ''Music/{{Discovery}}'', causing which caused some of their house fans to disown them.them but is now considered a [[MagnumOpus career landmark]]. The pro forma third album, ''Human After All'', is the one most often discarded for sounding rushed, repetitive and incomplete. Whether or not the live album ''Alive 2007'' counts depends on how you view the first three (though review website Pitchfork admitted that ''Alive 2007'' did help to validate the existence of ''Human After All'').
6th Feb '16 2:08:49 PM Freshmeat
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* Music/AphexTwin, considered one of the greatest {{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 the true magnum opus. 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.

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* Music/AphexTwin, considered one of the greatest {{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 the true magnum opus.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.



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

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** Popular consensus is that ''Blood Sugar Sex Magik'' was their [[MagnumOpus triumphant]] triumphant SwanSong.
9th Jan '16 11:59:28 AM StFan
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* To many opera fans, Music/GiuseppeVerdi has only five major works before ''Theatre/{{Rigoletto}}'' -- ''Nabucco'', ''I lombardi alla prima crociata'', ''Ernani'', ''Theater/{{Macbeth}}'' and ''Luisa Miller''. They'll generally ignore ''Aroldo'', too.

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* To many opera fans, Music/GiuseppeVerdi has only five major works before ''Theatre/{{Rigoletto}}'' -- ''Nabucco'', ''I lombardi alla prima crociata'', ''Ernani'', ''Theater/{{Macbeth}}'' ''Theatre/{{Macbeth}}'' and ''Luisa Miller''. They'll generally ignore ''Aroldo'', too.
9th Jan '16 8:47:55 AM CassandraLeo
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** Depending up who you ask, there is no Yes without Steve Howe, no Yes without Trevor Rabin, no Yes without Jon Anderson, no Yes without Chris Squire (even though Squire explicitly said he wanted the band to go on past his death), and the list goes on. Getting fans to agree on which albums don't exist is difficult; however, the most frequently contested are the abovementioned ''Union'', plus ''Tormato'', ''Big Generator'', and ''Open Your Eyes'',

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** Depending up who you ask, there is no Yes without Steve Howe, no Yes without Trevor Rabin, no Yes without Jon Anderson, no Yes without Chris Squire (even though Squire explicitly said he wanted the band to go on past his death), and the list goes on. Getting fans to agree on which albums don't exist is difficult; however, the most frequently contested are the abovementioned above-mentioned ''Union'', plus ''Tormato'', ''Big Generator'', and ''Open Your Eyes'',Eyes'', and ''Heaven and Earth''.
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