History Discontinuity / Music

17th Aug '16 8:43:29 PM honeybrown1976
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**Some fans like some of their 70s efforts like "Feel Flows" and "Sail On, Sailor".
21st Jun '16 2:15:10 PM gewunomox
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* Ask a BonJovi fan about Alec John Such. [[NobodyLovesTheBassist See if they know.]]

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* Ask a BonJovi Music/BonJovi fan about Alec John Such. [[NobodyLovesTheBassist See if they know.]]
19th Jun '16 10:26:12 PM gewunomox
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* If you ask a CelticFrost fan about ''Cold Lake'', they will either punch you in the face and tell you to shut up, or give you a strange look and agree that, yes, most lakes are indeed cold.

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* If you ask a CelticFrost Music/CelticFrost fan about ''Cold Lake'', they will either punch you in the face and tell you to shut up, or give you a strange look and agree that, yes, most lakes are indeed cold.
4th Jun '16 7:10:21 PM gewunomox
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* SimpleMinds: It is pretty accurate to say that most fans ignore the band's two CoverAlbum s "Neon Lights" and "Searching For The Lost Boys". Other albums - particularly those from 1991's Real Life through to 2005's Black And White 050505 - can be divisive. Many were annoyed about Searching For The Lost Boys (which was a bonus disc to Graffiti Soul), because the band had previously said they had enough original music for a double album. As for Neon Lights, it is seen as representing the band's nadir as an unsuccessful attempt at combining their 70s influences with modern dance influences, sounding nothing at all like what Simple Minds were known for.

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* SimpleMinds: Music/SimpleMinds: It is pretty accurate to say that most fans ignore the band's two CoverAlbum s "Neon Lights" and "Searching For The Lost Boys". Other albums - particularly those from 1991's Real Life through to 2005's Black And White 050505 - can be divisive. Many were annoyed about Searching For The Lost Boys (which was a bonus disc to Graffiti Soul), because the band had previously said they had enough original music for a double album. As for Neon Lights, it is seen as representing the band's nadir as an unsuccessful attempt at combining their 70s influences with modern dance influences, sounding nothing at all like what Simple Minds were known for.
31st May '16 4:19:28 PM tobisgoodinbed1999
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* Many Mike Posner fans, and Mike Posner himself, act as if his first mixtape, Reflections of a Lost Teen, does not exist, to the point that Mike Posner refers to his second mixtape as his "debut", and it isn't even mentioned on Posner's Wikipedia discography page. It is, at least, mentioned on his own Wikipedia page.
25th May '16 7:09:27 PM HypnoticMeerkat
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* Some believe there are no NineInchNails albums after the live CD ''And All That Could Have Been''.

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* Some believe there are no NineInchNails Music/NineInchNails albums after the live CD ''And All That Could Have Been''.
15th May '16 5:41:44 AM Jakrian
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* Music/AliceCooper exists in two phases, the band and the solo artist. There was never a band called Billion Dollar Babies, nor was there an album by them called ''Battle Axe''.

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* Music/AliceCooper exists in two phases, the band and the solo artist. ''Love It To Death'' was the first album by the band, and most certainly NOT the third. There was never a band called Billion Dollar Babies, nor was there an album by them called ''Battle Axe''.
7th May '16 11:44:37 PM bt8257
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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 old school hardcore single from 1991, ''Cavity Job'', and not its first foray into IDM, "The Egg" (released on the seminal 1992 Warp compilation ''Artificial Intelligence'').



* Whenever a progressive rock group releases an album that is more "commercial" and less "progressive," there are always legions of progressive rock fans to deny its existence. Examples include [[Music/EmersonLakeAndPalmer ELP's]] ''Love Beach'', anything by Music/{{Genesis}} after ''Duke'', Music/{{Yes}}'s entire Trevor Rabin era, and any Gentle Giant studio album released after ''Interview''.

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* Whenever a progressive rock group releases an album that is more "commercial" and less "progressive," there are always legions of progressive rock fans to deny its existence. Examples include [[Music/EmersonLakeAndPalmer ELP's]] ''Love Beach'', anything by Music/{{Genesis}} after ''Duke'', Music/{{Yes}}'s entire Trevor Rabin era, and any Gentle Giant Music/GentleGiant studio album released after ''Interview''.
3rd May '16 6:22:49 PM Hossmeister
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* Music/{{Weezer}}'s first two albums, "Weezer" (the blue one) and ''Music/{{Pinkerton}}'', are for the most part revered as classics. To quote one Pitchfork reviewer, these two albums are "75 minutes of near-perfect power-pop." Quite a few people would like to forget that their next six albums exist.

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* Music/{{Weezer}}'s first two albums, "Weezer" (the blue one) ''Music/WeezerTheBlueAlbum'' and ''Music/{{Pinkerton}}'', are for the most part revered as classics. To quote one Pitchfork reviewer, these two albums are "75 minutes of near-perfect power-pop." Quite a few people would like to forget that their next six albums exist.
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''.
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