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26th Apr '16 12:35:41 AM aye_amber
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* Enter Shikari's first album, 2007's ''Take To The Skies'', was more or less screamo with some synthesizers. Their second full-length, 2009's ''Common Dreads'', aimed for a less heavy but more experimental sound and also made the lyrical change from singing about more or less anything to highly political, anti-capitalist lyrics. 2010's one-off single ''Destabilise'' went even heavier on the synths and also added some hip hop elements. [[WordOfGod According to the band]], the forthcoming album is going to include influences by both SigurRos and Rammstein.

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* Enter Shikari's first album, 2007's ''Take To The Skies'', was more or less screamo with some synthesizers. Their second full-length, 2009's ''Common Dreads'', aimed for a less heavy but more experimental sound and also made the lyrical change from singing about more or less anything to highly political, anti-capitalist lyrics. 2010's one-off single ''Destabilise'' went even heavier on the synths and also added some hip hop elements. [[WordOfGod According to the band]], the forthcoming album is going to include influences by both SigurRos Music/SigurRos and Rammstein.Music/{{Rammstein}}.
11th Apr '16 11:28:35 PM aye_amber
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* Music/FallingInReverse started as a {{Metalcore}} band mixed with PopPunk and HairMetal elements. It was decently received and was a large seller. For the next album they decided to make their sound more distinctive, resulting in the absolute genre mess that is "Fashionably Late", a bizarre mish mash of {{Metalcore}}, TrapMusic, {{Dubstep}}, and {{Electropop}}. It would border on {{Crunkcore}} if that hadn't died out with Myspace. It was universally panned by everyone including former fans.

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* Music/FallingInReverse started as a {{Metalcore}} band mixed with PopPunk and HairMetal elements. It was decently received and was a large seller. For the next album they decided to make their sound more distinctive, resulting in the absolute genre mess that is "Fashionably Late", a bizarre mish mash of {{Metalcore}}, TrapMusic, {{Dubstep}}, and {{Electropop}}.Electropop. It would border on {{Crunkcore}} if that hadn't died out with Myspace. It was universally panned by everyone including former fans.
9th Apr '16 10:37:05 AM UltimateLazer
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* Music/{{Nero}}'s first album ''Welcome Reality'' was heavily rooted in {{Dubstep}} and DrumAndBass, with elements of breakbeat, electro-pop, and electronic rock. Their second album ''Between II Worlds'' largely abandons those two genres, and has a more future house/big beat feel to it.
26th Mar '16 2:45:39 PM MikeK
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* Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents' first album, ''Keeping Time'', was a {{retraux}} homage to 60's {{Girl Group}}s. The second album, ''Electric Candyland'', added elements of GlamRock and early NewWave, sounding more like a product of the mid-70's than the early 60's - one of the biggest changes is that there's distorted guitar all over ''Electric Candyland'', whereas for the first album, guitarist Eric Salt stuck entirely to clean tones, evoking a time when intentional distortion still wasn't often heard in mainstream rock music. A bit of the girl-group flavor was preserved because of the frequent use of three-part harmony though, and "That Moon Was Low" could have fit in on their first album, especially because it uses the DooWopProgression.

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* Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents' first album, ''Keeping Time'', was a {{retraux}} homage to Motown and 60's {{Girl Group}}s. The second album, ''Electric Candyland'', added elements of GlamRock and early NewWave, sounding more like a product of the mid-70's than the early 60's - one of the biggest changes is that there's distorted guitar all over ''Electric Candyland'', whereas for the first album, guitarist Eric Salt stuck entirely to clean tones, evoking a time when intentional distortion still wasn't often heard in mainstream rock music. A bit of the girl-group flavor was preserved because of the frequent use of three-part harmony though, and "That Moon Was Low" could have fit in on their first album, especially because it uses the DooWopProgression.
26th Mar '16 2:44:21 PM MikeK
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* Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents' first album, ''Keeping Time'', was a {{retraux}} homage to 60's {{Girl Group}}s. The second album, ''Electric Candyland'', added elements of GlamRock and early NewWave, sounding more like a product of the mid-70's than the early 60's. A bit of the girl-group flavor was preserved because of the frequent use of three-part harmony though, and "That Moon Was Low" could have fit in on their first album, especially because it uses the DooWopProgression.

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* Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents' first album, ''Keeping Time'', was a {{retraux}} homage to 60's {{Girl Group}}s. The second album, ''Electric Candyland'', added elements of GlamRock and early NewWave, sounding more like a product of the mid-70's than the early 60's.60's - one of the biggest changes is that there's distorted guitar all over ''Electric Candyland'', whereas for the first album, guitarist Eric Salt stuck entirely to clean tones, evoking a time when intentional distortion still wasn't often heard in mainstream rock music. A bit of the girl-group flavor was preserved because of the frequent use of three-part harmony though, and "That Moon Was Low" could have fit in on their first album, especially because it uses the DooWopProgression.
21st Mar '16 10:41:59 PM OceanHomer
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* Music/PanicAtTheDisco may stand as the only band to have changed their sound halfway through an album, since their first album transitioned from emo influenced dance-punk, to vaudeville and musical theater inflected Music/{{emo}} influenced by Danny Elfman. They than completely changed their sound again on ''Pretty. Odd.'' which switched to a '60s inspired psychedelic and folk pop sound with the modern production and lyrics of emo. This triggered a BrokenBase who still rage to this day. After the band split up, the remaining members came back with ''Vices and Virtues'', which bizzarely enough returned them to the dark, synthesizer based, dance rock of their debut; and then ''Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die'' switched to a sound influenced by '80s {{Synthpop}} and NewWaveMusic as well as modern day R&B and electro-rock. ''Death of a Bachelor'' had a much less consistent sound, with both Hip-Hop and Jazz having a strong influence, the title track combining elements of both.

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* Music/PanicAtTheDisco may stand as the only band to have changed their sound halfway through an album, since their first album transitioned from emo influenced dance-punk, to vaudeville and musical theater inflected Music/{{emo}} influenced by Danny Elfman. They than then completely changed their sound again on ''Pretty. Odd.'' which switched to a '60s inspired psychedelic and folk pop sound with the modern production and lyrics of emo. This triggered a BrokenBase who still rage to this day. After the band split up, the remaining members came back with ''Vices and Virtues'', which bizzarely enough returned them to the dark, synthesizer based, dance rock of their debut; and then ''Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die'' switched to a sound influenced by '80s {{Synthpop}} and NewWaveMusic as well as modern day R&B and electro-rock. ''Death of a Bachelor'' had a much less consistent sound, with both sound - a few tracks were straightforward Pop Rock, but Jazz and Hip-Hop and Jazz having had a strong influence, clear influence throughout the title track combining elements of both.album.
19th Mar '16 5:53:54 PM OceanHomer
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* Music/PanicAtTheDisco may stand as the only band to have changed their sound halfway through an album, since their first album transitioned from emo influenced dance-punk, to vaudeville and musical theater inflected Music/{{emo}} influenced by Danny Elfman. They than completely changed their sound again on ''Pretty. Odd.'' which switched to a '60s inspired psychedelic and folk pop sound with the modern production and lyrics of emo. This triggered a BrokenBase who still rage to this day. After the band split up, the remaining members came back with ''Vices and Virtues'', which bizzarely enough returned them to the dark, synthesizer based, dance rock of their debut; and then ''Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die'' switched to a sound influenced by '80s {{Synthpop}} and NewWaveMusic as well as modern day R&B and electro-rock.

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* Music/PanicAtTheDisco may stand as the only band to have changed their sound halfway through an album, since their first album transitioned from emo influenced dance-punk, to vaudeville and musical theater inflected Music/{{emo}} influenced by Danny Elfman. They than completely changed their sound again on ''Pretty. Odd.'' which switched to a '60s inspired psychedelic and folk pop sound with the modern production and lyrics of emo. This triggered a BrokenBase who still rage to this day. After the band split up, the remaining members came back with ''Vices and Virtues'', which bizzarely enough returned them to the dark, synthesizer based, dance rock of their debut; and then ''Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die'' switched to a sound influenced by '80s {{Synthpop}} and NewWaveMusic as well as modern day R&B and electro-rock. ''Death of a Bachelor'' had a much less consistent sound, with both Hip-Hop and Jazz having a strong influence, the title track combining elements of both.
19th Mar '16 10:50:14 AM Schroeder1174
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* Music/TheBeeGees started out as very skiffle/folk-influenced on their earliest recordings, moved to a [[TheBeatles Beatlesque sound]] for their 1967 international debut album, ''Bee Gees 1st'', explored ProgressiveRock on 1969's ''Odessa'', adopted a more singer-songwriter-like sound for ''2 Years On'' in 1972, then explored a Philadelphia Soul sound for 1974's ''Mr. Natural''. Its followup, 1975's ''MainCourse'' saw them explore their well-known mix of soulful ballads and {{Disco}}. 1987's ''E.S.P.'' saw them move to a more dance-pop sound. Their last few albums, ''Still Waters'' and ''This Is Where I Came In'' straddled more to all of these sounds.


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* Music/TheBeeGees started out as very skiffle/folk-influenced on their earliest recordings, moved to a [[TheBeatles Beatlesque sound]] for their 1967 international debut album, ''Bee Gees 1st'', explored ProgressiveRock on 1969's ''Odessa'', adopted a more singer-songwriter-like sound for ''2 Years On'' in 1972, then explored a Philadelphia Soul sound for 1974's ''Mr. Natural''. Its followup, 1975's ''MainCourse'' established their well-known mix of soulful ballads and {{Disco}}. 1987's ''E.S.P.'' saw them move to a more dance-pop sound. Their last few albums, ''Still Waters'' and ''This Is Where I Came In'' straddled more to all of these sounds.
19th Mar '16 10:47:40 AM Schroeder1174
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* TheBeeGees started out as very skiffle/folk-influenced, moved to a [[TheBeatles Beatlesque sound]] on their 1967 international debut album, ''Bee Gees 1st'', explored ProgressiveRock on 1969's ''Album/{{Odessa}}'', adopted a more singer-songwriter-like sound for ''2 Years On'' in 1972, then explored a Philadelphia Soul sound for 1974's ''Mr. Natural''. Its followup, 1975's ''Album/MainCourse'' saw them explore their well-known mix of soulful ballads and {{Disco}}. 1987's ''E.S.P.'' saw them move to a more dance-pop sound. Their last few albums, ''Still Waters'' and ''This Is Where I Came In'' straddled more to all of these sounds.

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* TheBeeGees Music/TheBeeGees started out as very skiffle/folk-influenced, skiffle/folk-influenced on their earliest recordings, moved to a [[TheBeatles Beatlesque sound]] on for their 1967 international debut album, ''Bee Gees 1st'', explored ProgressiveRock on 1969's ''Album/{{Odessa}}'', ''Odessa'', adopted a more singer-songwriter-like sound for ''2 Years On'' in 1972, then explored a Philadelphia Soul sound for 1974's ''Mr. Natural''. Its followup, 1975's ''Album/MainCourse'' ''MainCourse'' saw them explore their well-known mix of soulful ballads and {{Disco}}. 1987's ''E.S.P.'' saw them move to a more dance-pop sound. Their last few albums, ''Still Waters'' and ''This Is Where I Came In'' straddled more to all of these sounds.



* Music/BlackSabbath's first six albums were based on huge heavy riffs with bits of sophistication sprinkled on top. Their sixth album ''Sabotage'' features the heaviest Black Sabbath song, "Symptom of the Universe", [[UrExample which is often considered to be the first thrash song.]] Their seventh album, ''Technical Ectasy''? A great deal of the heaviness was gone, as well as the general apocolyptica that was dominent in Sabbath's earlier work and set them apart.
** ''Heaven and Hell'', their first album with Music/RonnieJamesDio, certainly counts. It returned to the heavy metal sound from before ''Ectasy'' but largely downplayed the psychedelic and DoomMetal influences from the Ozzy years in favor of more traditional metal, PowerMetal and even SpeedMetal influences (doomy songs were however still written, just a lot less).

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* Music/BlackSabbath's first six albums were based on huge heavy riffs with bits of sophistication sprinkled on top. Their sixth album ''Sabotage'' features the heaviest Black Sabbath song, "Symptom of the Universe", [[UrExample which is often considered to be the first thrash song.]] Their seventh album, ''Technical Ectasy''? Ecstasy''? A great deal of the heaviness was gone, as well as the general apocolyptica that was dominent in Sabbath's earlier work and set them apart.
** ''Heaven and Hell'', their first album with Music/RonnieJamesDio, certainly counts. It returned to the heavy metal sound from before ''Ectasy'' ''Ecstasy'' but largely downplayed the psychedelic and DoomMetal influences from the Ozzy years in favor of more traditional metal, PowerMetal and even SpeedMetal influences (doomy songs were however still written, just a lot less).
19th Mar '16 10:45:34 AM Schroeder1174
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* TheBeeGees started out as very skiffle/folk-influenced, moved to a [[TheBeatles Beatlesque sound]] on their 1967 international debut album, ''Bee Gees 1st'', explored ProgressiveRock on 1969's ''Album/{{Odessa}}'', adopted a more singer-songwriter-like sound for ''2 Years On'' in 1972, then explored a Philadelphia Soul sound for 1974's ''Mr. Natural''. Its followup, 1975's ''Album/MainCourse'' saw them explore their well-known mix of soulful ballads and {{Disco}}. 1987's ''E.S.P.'' saw them move to a more dance-pop sound. Their last few albums, ''Still Waters'' and ''This Is Where I Came In'' straddled more to all of these sounds.


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** ''Miley Cyrus And Her Dead Petz'', largely a collaboration with TheFlamingLips, drops much of the hip-hop flavor of ''Bangerz'' for a PsychedelicRock influenced sound for most of the tracks.
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