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14th Jun '18 6:30:22 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Lorna Shore refuses to touch anything prior to ''Maleficium'', and even then, they no longer play anything off of it aside from "Godmaker", and even that only shows up in headlining sets. ''Psalms'' and especially ''Flesh Coffin'' are the only releases that they completely stand behind.
15th Apr '18 10:19:01 PM Twentington
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* Music/MartinaMcBride and producer Paul Worley both criticize her 1993 single "Life #9" in the liner notes to her GreatestHitsAlbum. Worley referred to it as a "country disco phase", and Martina thought that it didn't fit her style.
** Worley was also embarrassed by his slide guitar solos on "My Baby Loves Me", Martina's BreakthroughHit.

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* Music/MartinaMcBride and producer Paul Worley both criticize her 1993 single "Life #9" in the liner notes to her GreatestHitsAlbum. Worley referred to it as a "country disco phase", and Martina thought that it didn't fit her style.
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style. Worley was himself also said that he was embarrassed by his slide guitar and six-string bass solos on her BreakthroughHit "My Baby Loves Me", Martina's BreakthroughHit.and joked that they "somehow never got erased".
15th Apr '18 10:15:54 PM Twentington
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** And it strikes again: for some reason, "If Nobody Believed in You" is missing from his GreatestHitsAlbum, which instead includes the much more obscure predecessor "Cool to Be a Fool".
* Music/RandyTravis recorded an album called ''Wind in the Wire'' for a TV series of the same name. The label didn't promote the album well, and its singles both tanked miserably at radio (although one went to #10 in Canada). This album is widely considered one of Travis's worst. Even Warner Bros. Nashville's then-senior VP of marketing agreed, saying that it was an "angst" period for the label.

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** And it strikes again: for some reason, His GreatestHitsAlbum does not include the Top 10 hit "If Nobody Believed in You" is missing from his GreatestHitsAlbum, which instead includes the much You", despite including its far more obscure predecessor "Cool to Be a Fool".
Fool". This may be due to the former's controversial religious-themed lyrics (the last verse references then-contemporary attempts to keep religion out of schools).
* Music/RandyTravis recorded an album called ''Wind in the Wire'' for a TV series of the same name. The label didn't promote the album well, and its singles both tanked miserably at radio (although one went to #10 in Canada).on the Canadian country music charts). This album is widely considered one of Travis's worst. Even Warner Bros. Nashville's then-senior VP of marketing agreed, saying that it was an "angst" period for the label.
4th Apr '18 2:45:53 AM jormis29
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* Diamond Rio lead guitarist Jimmy Olander is ashamed of the band's 1993 hit "This Romeo Ain't Got Julie Yet", which he wrote, due to its terrible {{pun}} of a title; in the band's autobiography, he says that ItSeemedLikeAGoodIdeaAtTheTime.

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* Diamond Rio Music/DiamondRio lead guitarist Jimmy Olander is ashamed of the band's 1993 hit "This Romeo Ain't Got Julie Yet", which he wrote, due to its terrible {{pun}} of a title; in the band's autobiography, he says that ItSeemedLikeAGoodIdeaAtTheTime.
3rd Apr '18 2:00:18 PM Twentington
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* Chase Rice [[http://www.rollingstone.com/country/features/chase-rice-talks-new-album-bro-country-past-w488916 said]] in an interview with ''Rolling Stone'' that he is ashamed of his tenure with Creator/ColumbiaRecords, despite it producing his two major hits "Ready Set Roll" and "Gonna Wanna Tonight". Rice said of the album that "I was just throwing a bunch of stuff on a wall and seeing what stuck. There is some stuff on there that is the same old shit and I'm tired of that." Those two songs were also the subject of critical derision for being "bro-country" right before that trend started to fade away (coincidentally, Rice was also a co-writer on the TropeMaker, Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine's "Cruise"). He has also said that his first planned album for independent Broken Bow Records will feature songs that are more true to who he is as an artist.

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* Chase Rice [[http://www.rollingstone.com/country/features/chase-rice-talks-new-album-bro-country-past-w488916 said]] in an interview with ''Rolling Stone'' that he is ashamed of his tenure with Creator/ColumbiaRecords, despite it producing his two major hits "Ready Set Roll" and "Gonna Wanna Tonight". Rice said of the album that "I was just throwing a bunch of stuff on a wall and seeing what stuck. There is some stuff on there that is the same old shit and I'm tired of that." Those two songs were also the subject of critical derision for being "bro-country" right before that trend started to fade away (coincidentally, Rice was also a co-writer on the TropeMaker, Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine's "Cruise"). He has also said that His 2017 album ''Lambs & Lions'', his first planned album for independent Broken Bow Records will feature songs Records, has been more warmly received and Rice says that are album is more true to who he is as an artist.
3rd Apr '18 4:55:39 AM jormis29
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* Trace Adkins withdrew his 2011 single "Brown Chicken Brown Cow" after only nine weeks, and later apologized for releasing it. Apparently country radio was not ready for a novelty song about farm animals spying on a couple having sex in a barn, replete with a groanworthy {{pun}} of a title...

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* Trace Adkins Music/TraceAdkins withdrew his 2011 single "Brown Chicken Brown Cow" after only nine weeks, and later apologized for releasing it. Apparently country radio was not ready for a novelty song about farm animals spying on a couple having sex in a barn, replete with a groanworthy {{pun}} of a title...
27th Mar '18 5:12:05 AM jormis29
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* Richard Young, rhythm guitarist of The Kentucky Headhunters, said that he was not happy with the band's third album, 1993's ''Rave On!!'' It was their first album after lead singer Ricky Lee Phelps and his brother Doug (who played bass) quit to form another duo, with Mark S. Orr and Anthony Kenney taking their respective places. While Kenney had played in an earlier incarnation of the band in TheSeventies, Young felt that Orr never fit in with the band because of his different singing style. They did only two albums with him, one of which was a one-off collaboration with pianist Johnnie Johnson, and a cover of Music/TheBeatles' "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" for a tribute album. Orr quit and Doug came back to become the third lead singer (a role he has held ever since; he also became bassist again after Kenney quit in 2008), and ''Rave On!!'' quickly became a footnote in the band's history.

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* Richard Young, rhythm guitarist of The Kentucky Headhunters, Music/TheKentuckyHeadhunters, said that he was not happy with the band's third album, 1993's ''Rave On!!'' It was their first album after lead singer Ricky Lee Phelps and his brother Doug (who played bass) quit to form another duo, with Mark S. Orr and Anthony Kenney taking their respective places. While Kenney had played in an earlier incarnation of the band in TheSeventies, Young felt that Orr never fit in with the band because of his different singing style. They did only two albums with him, one of which was a one-off collaboration with pianist Johnnie Johnson, and a cover of Music/TheBeatles' "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" for a tribute album. Orr quit and Doug came back to become the third lead singer (a role he has held ever since; he also became bassist again after Kenney quit in 2008), and ''Rave On!!'' quickly became a footnote in the band's history.
15th Mar '18 5:41:25 AM SoberIrishman
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* Christopher Bowes of Music/{{Alestorm}} has expressed embarrassment at the latter half of the band's first album. In particular he hates Set Sail and Conquer and especially Death Before the Mast, on which he described his vocals as a "stupid warbly low voice".
15th Mar '18 5:40:07 AM SoberIrishman
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** Some of the material, [[VindicatedByHistory especially in recent years]], has received appreciation from fans and casual listeners. ''Projects In The Jungle'', ''I am the Night'' and ''Power Metal'', all have a couple songs that hold more in common with traditional Music/JudasPriest-style HeavyMetal (as opposed to the {{Thrash|Metal}} sound in the 1990s) than the LighterAndSofter debut album, ''Metal Magic'' ('70s-style GlamRock in the vein of Music/{{Foreigner}}, EddieMoney and Music/{{KISS}})). Drummer Vinnie Paul has even stated in interviews that while the band is long past that stage of their career, he still has a fondness for the material and greatly enjoyed recording and performing it.

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** Some of the material, [[VindicatedByHistory especially in recent years]], has received appreciation from fans and casual listeners. ''Projects In The Jungle'', ''I am the Night'' and ''Power Metal'', all have a couple songs that hold more in common with traditional Music/JudasPriest-style HeavyMetal (as opposed to the {{Thrash|Metal}} sound in the 1990s) than the LighterAndSofter debut album, ''Metal Magic'' ('70s-style GlamRock in the vein of Music/{{Foreigner}}, EddieMoney and Music/{{KISS}})). ''Power Metal'' is even the band's highest rated album on The Metal Archives! Drummer Vinnie Paul has even stated in interviews that while the band is long past that stage of their career, he still has a fondness for the material and greatly enjoyed recording and performing it.
12th Mar '18 9:15:16 PM thelivingtoad
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* Japan's first album Adolescent Sex is an old shame for Music/DavidSylvian, who has long past moved from its camp synth glam rock to sophisticated ambient music. He wishes the album hadn't been released, mainly because they didn't have much control over the way it was handled.

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* Japan's Music/{{Japan}}'s first album Adolescent Sex ''Adolescent Sex'' is an old shame for Music/DavidSylvian, who has long past moved from its camp synth glam rock to sophisticated ambient music. He wishes the album hadn't been released, mainly because they didn't have much control over the way it was handled.
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