History OldShame / Music

25th Sep '16 3:49:42 AM rd1994
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* Also, Amy Lee of Music/{{Evanescence}} will break down and cry if you bring up their debut album, ''Origin'' or their self-titled EP, which is embarrassingly bad [[ChristianRock Christian pop rock]]. In fact, the only song they play live off of it nowadays is "Lies". Although there are some die hards who enjoy the record.
29th Jul '16 2:00:34 PM Twentington
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* Music/TheBandPerry released a very pop oriented single in late 2014 titled "Live Forever". The band made no small talk of the fact that the single was part of a new image for them (read: lots of yellow and loud pop production), but the single underperformed so horribly with fans and radio that they ended up losing their record deal. All of the references to the single were scrubbed from their social media, and even the single itself was taken off iTunes for a time. Their 2016 signing with Mercury seems to be positioning them back to where they were previously, and basically pretending that "Live Forever" never existed.
23rd Jul '16 5:43:20 PM BigBertha
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* ''Music/VanHalen III'' is an old-shame for the band, as it got the worst reviews of their career and it featured Gary Cherone on vocals.
* The members of Music/NoDevotion will never play Music/{{Lostprophets}} songs live after their lead singer Music/TaylorSwift was convicted of sex crimes against children.

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* ''Music/VanHalen III'' is an old-shame for the band, as it got the worst reviews of their career and it featured career. It was the only album they ever recorded with Music/{{Extreme}} singer Gary Cherone Cherone. Van Halen considered carrying on vocals.
with Cherone, but they never got past a few demos.
* The members of Music/NoDevotion will never play Music/{{Lostprophets}} songs live after their lead singer Music/TaylorSwift Ian Watkins was convicted of sex crimes against children.
23rd Jul '16 10:37:23 AM UltimateLazer
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* ''Music/VanHalen III'' is an old-shame for the band, as it got the worst reviews of their career and it featured Gary Glitter on vocals.

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* ''Music/VanHalen III'' is an old-shame for the band, as it got the worst reviews of their career and it featured Gary Glitter Cherone on vocals.
22nd Jul '16 10:34:42 AM BigBertha
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* ''Music/VanHalen III'' is an old-shame for the band, as it got the worst reviews of their career and it featured Gary Glitter on vocals.
* The members of Music/NoDevotion will never play Music/{{Lostprophets}} songs live after their lead singer Music/TaylorSwift was convicted of sex crimes against children.
30th Jun '16 6:04:19 PM TheFuzzinator
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* Musician in a Comedian's Body Music/StephenLynch shows endless remorse over an early song called "The Bowling Song", so the audience inevitably asks for it whenever he plays.

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* Musician in a Comedian's Body Music/StephenLynch shows endless remorse over an early song called "The Bowling Song", so the audience inevitably asks for it whenever he plays. He also regrets ever writing "Special Olympics".
21st Jun '16 6:59:07 PM gewunomox
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* L.A. punk band {{Music/X}} was in a bad place by 1985. Songwriters/leaders John Doe and Exene Cervenka were divorced. Billy Zoom wanted to leave. Parting company with longtime producer [[TheDoors Ray Manzarek]], they teamed up with Michael Wagener, who was known for working with...German heavy metal bands. The resulting record, ''Ain't Love Grand'', with its slick, radio-friendly production, is not one that the band is proud of. Since then, they've mostly ignored ''Ain't Love Grand'' in live shows, except for "Burning House of Love." Exene Cervenka has since admitted, "We shouldn't have made a record that year."

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* L.A. punk band {{Music/X}} was in a bad place by 1985. Songwriters/leaders John Doe and Exene Cervenka were divorced. Billy Zoom wanted to leave. Parting company with longtime producer [[TheDoors [[Music/TheDoors Ray Manzarek]], they teamed up with Michael Wagener, who was known for working with...German heavy metal bands. The resulting record, ''Ain't Love Grand'', with its slick, radio-friendly production, is not one that the band is proud of. Since then, they've mostly ignored ''Ain't Love Grand'' in live shows, except for "Burning House of Love." Exene Cervenka has since admitted, "We shouldn't have made a record that year."
19th Jun '16 10:25:58 PM gewunomox
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* ''Cold Lake'', the 1988 album from {{Thrash|Metal}}/GothMetal innovators CelticFrost, was a bizarre foray into [[TheEighties Eighties]] HairMetal that the band has refused to re-issue.

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* ''Cold Lake'', the 1988 album from {{Thrash|Metal}}/GothMetal innovators CelticFrost, Music/CelticFrost, was a bizarre foray into [[TheEighties Eighties]] HairMetal that the band has refused to re-issue.
14th Jun '16 2:37:12 PM Twentington
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* Jimmy Olander, lead guitarist of Diamond Rio, said that he 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.
7th Jun '16 8:26:13 AM Doug86
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* American songwriter Music/IrvingBerlin, known for classics such as "God Bless America," wrote an antiwar song called "Stay Down Here Where You Belong." However, a few years later, the United States entered what was then known as [[WorldWarOne "The Great War"]] and Berlin wrote his more well-known, patriotic songs. As a result, Berlin was so openly ashamed of his earlier song that Groucho Marx repeatedly antagonized Berlin by performing "Stay Down Here Where You Belong" in his presence. Music/TinyTim also recorded it on his 1968 debut album.

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* American songwriter Music/IrvingBerlin, known for classics such as "God Bless America," wrote an antiwar song called "Stay Down Here Where You Belong." However, a few years later, the United States entered what was then known as [[WorldWarOne [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI "The Great War"]] and Berlin wrote his more well-known, patriotic songs. As a result, Berlin was so openly ashamed of his earlier song that Groucho Marx repeatedly antagonized Berlin by performing "Stay Down Here Where You Belong" in his presence. Music/TinyTim also recorded it on his 1968 debut album.
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