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27th Aug '16 1:18:08 AM honeybrown1976
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** 80s pop with slight R&B/Dance vibes (''Mariah Carey'')

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** 80s pop with slight R&B/Dance vibes (''Mariah Carey'')
26th Aug '16 2:13:03 AM humanpunk
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* Music/FaithNoMore's ''Angel Dust'' abandoned the funk-metal sound of the band's previous albums. It was the second album to feature Mike Patton, but the first in which he was involved from start to finish. Consequently, the album benefits from his ideas and the fact that he no longer had to sing in an unnatural style to accommodate the band. It's a much heavier album than their first three, while also drawing on an eclectic variety of influences and an equally varied collection of samples ("Midlife Crisis" samples both Music/SimonAndGarfunkel and Music/TheBeastieBoys).
26th Jul '16 3:44:18 PM Anddrix
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* [[Music/{{tatu}} t.A.T.u.]] did this. ''Twice''. Their sophomore album ''Dangerous And Moving'' was considered by some as the BaseBreaker album. However, some of the fans consider said album as their favorite. This led to them having different sets of fans. Some only like the first album, some only like the second album, some only like the third album, etc.

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* [[Music/{{tatu}} t.A.T.u.]] did this. ''Twice''. Their sophomore album ''Dangerous And Moving'' was considered by some as the BaseBreaker contested album. However, some of the fans consider said album as their favorite. This led to them having different sets of fans. Some only like the first album, some only like the second album, some only like the third album, etc.
23rd Jul '16 12:10:30 PM MikeK
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** ''The Fall'' ranges from techno to trip hop to nobody knows. It's awesome, still, and it has the touch of Gorillaz.

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** ''The Fall'' ranges from techno to trip hop to nobody knows. It also has a more minimal feel than their other albums, owing to the fact that it was written and recorded on a laptop by Damon Albarn over the course of a month while on the US leg of the tour promoting ''Plastic Beach''. It's awesome, still, and it has the touch of Gorillaz.
3rd Jul '16 12:33:53 PM gonesovereign
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* Finch's ''Say Hello to Sunshine'', which was a huge departure from their [[PopPunk poppier]] [[Music/{{Emo}} 2000s Emo]] sound that they helped to helm on their first album, and their foray into [[GrowingTheBeard heavier, more experimental territory]].

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* Finch's ''Say Hello to Sunshine'', which was a huge departure from their [[PopPunk poppier]] [[Music/{{Emo}} 2000s Emo]] emo]] sound that they helped to helm on their first album, and their foray into [[GrowingTheBeard heavier, more experimental territory]].territory]].
**They did this again with their 2012 album ''Back to Oblivion'', which was preceded by several years of turbulence, false-starts to their third album, and a breakup which lasted all of two years. ''Back to Oblivion'' introduced a more [[Music/AlternativeRock alternative-rock]] approach to the band's sound, such that it was set apart from anything they had done before.
1st Jul '16 11:56:42 AM Anddrix
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* Finch's ''Say Hello to Sunshine'', which was a huge departure from their [[PopPunk poppier]] [[Music/{{Emo}} 2000s Emo]] sound that they helped to helm on their first album, and their foray into [[GrowingTheBeard heavier, more experimental territory]]. Needless to say, it alienated [[BaseBreaker a lot of fans]] [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks of their old sound]].

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* Finch's ''Say Hello to Sunshine'', which was a huge departure from their [[PopPunk poppier]] [[Music/{{Emo}} 2000s Emo]] sound that they helped to helm on their first album, and their foray into [[GrowingTheBeard heavier, more experimental territory]]. Needless to say, it alienated [[BaseBreaker a lot of fans]] [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks of their old sound]].
1st Jul '16 8:51:45 AM gewunomox
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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.

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* Music/TheBeeGees started out as very skiffle/folk-influenced on their earliest recordings, moved to a [[TheBeatles [[Music/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.
22nd Jun '16 5:14:44 PM Ravenclawed
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* At the [[ExecutiveMeddling suggestion of their manager]], Music/TheB52s debuted a new, more electronic-based sound with the EP ''Mesopotamia'' and subsequent album ''[[ExcitedShowTitle Whammy!]]'' The departure from the low-fi punk/garage sound of their first two albums led to somewhat of a BrokenBase.
22nd Jun '16 7:02:31 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* Music/SpawnOfPossession still maintains being a TechnicalDeathMetal band, but their 2012 album ''Incurso'' puts more of a focus on creating a horror atmosphere than earlier releases.
20th Jun '16 11:06:19 AM gewunomox
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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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** ''Miley Cyrus And Her Dead Petz'', largely a collaboration with TheFlamingLips, Music/FlamingLips, drops much of the hip-hop flavor of ''Bangerz'' for a PsychedelicRock influenced sound for most of the tracks.
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