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18th Feb '18 2:56:46 AM za21
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* Music/TaylorSwift has distanced herself from her first album, which was her most country-sounding, and written when she was only 16. In particular, she singled out "Picture to Burn" as containing emotions that she would handle differently now as an adult.

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* Music/TaylorSwift has somewhat distanced herself from her first album, which was her most country-sounding, and written released when she was only 16. In particular, she singled out "Picture to Burn" as containing emotions that she would handle differently now as an adult.


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** However, Swift has played singles from her first album (notably "Should've Said No", "Teardrops on My Guitar" and "Our Song") somewhat regularly during her tour cycle for the Red album.
** An 2015 interview seems to suggest Swift wouldn't be particularly ashamed with her first album, approaching her past with a different mentality: "I feel no need to burn down the house I built by hand. [...] And so I'm not going to sit there and say, 'Oh, I wish I hadn't had corkscrew-curly hair and worn cowboy boots and sundresses to awards shows when I was 17; I wish I hadn't gone through that fairy-tale phase where I just wanted to wear princess dresses to awards shows every single time.' Because I made those choices. I did that. [...] And so with 1989, I feel like we gave the entire metaphorical house I built a complete renovation and it made me love the house even more—but still keeping the foundation of what I've always been."
16th Feb '18 10:17:22 PM nombretomado
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* Music/{{Genesis}}'s first album, ''From Genesis to Revelation'', was an attempt to appeal to their producer, Jonathan King, by mimicking the Bee Gees. As the next three albums were released (''Trespass'', ''Nursery Cryme'' and ''Foxtrot'') a line was rapidly drawn under that part of their career. The songs from FGTR were rarely, if ever, performed. Most of the fans agree with this policy and many disregard the album altogether. It's one of the easier Old Shames to find, though, because King, not Genesis, owned the rights to it, and kept publishing it over and over as the band actually produced records that sold. The band members have also been uniformly negative about ''...And Then There Were Three...'', which was written in the wake of Steve Hackett's departure and PhilCollins' first divorce. Many fans defend the album, however.

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* Music/{{Genesis}}'s first album, ''From Genesis to Revelation'', was an attempt to appeal to their producer, Jonathan King, by mimicking the Bee Gees. As the next three albums were released (''Trespass'', ''Nursery Cryme'' and ''Foxtrot'') a line was rapidly drawn under that part of their career. The songs from FGTR were rarely, if ever, performed. Most of the fans agree with this policy and many disregard the album altogether. It's one of the easier Old Shames to find, though, because King, not Genesis, owned the rights to it, and kept publishing it over and over as the band actually produced records that sold. The band members have also been uniformly negative about ''...And Then There Were Three...'', which was written in the wake of Steve Hackett's departure and PhilCollins' Music/PhilCollins' first divorce. Many fans defend the album, however.
11th Feb '18 5:02:38 PM nombretomado
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* At 2012's London Film And Comic Con, Creator/HaydenPanettiere stated that while she's appeared in some things that didn't turn out the way she hoped (she didn't say ''what'' things, however), she hasn't done anything onscreen she's truly regretted... but she '''has''' admitted to being embarrassed about her pop single "Wake Up Call," not least when she realised how close it was to ParisHilton's "Stars Are Blind" ("At that point I was a puppet, basically. It wasn't me").

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* At 2012's London Film And Comic Con, Creator/HaydenPanettiere stated that while she's appeared in some things that didn't turn out the way she hoped (she didn't say ''what'' things, however), she hasn't done anything onscreen she's truly regretted... but she '''has''' admitted to being embarrassed about her pop single "Wake Up Call," not least when she realised how close it was to ParisHilton's Creator/ParisHilton's "Stars Are Blind" ("At that point I was a puppet, basically. It wasn't me").
17th Jan '18 1:46:22 PM Twentington
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* Most of Sawyer Brown's material for Capitol Records in TheEighties and early '90s has gone out of print. This may be because they started out as a very lightweight bubblegum country-pop band who dressed in pink and emphasized their dance moves, and didn't take on their [[GrowingTheBeard more mature, polished image]] until around 1991, shortly before moving from Capitol Records to Curb Records. Outside a few tracks, such as their 1989 cover of Music/GeorgeJones' "The Race Is On" and the three singles from their last Capitol album — which was a commercial comeback after a slump for most of 1989-91 — their Capitol-era releases are particularly hard to come by nowadays.

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* Most of Sawyer Brown's material for Capitol Records in TheEighties and early '90s has gone out of print. This may be because they started out as a very lightweight bubblegum country-pop band who dressed in pink and emphasized their dance moves, and didn't take on their [[GrowingTheBeard more mature, polished image]] until around 1991, shortly before moving from Capitol Records to Curb Records. Outside a few tracks, such as their 1989 cover of Music/GeorgeJones' "The Race Is On" On", the tender Christmas release "It Wasn't His Child", and the three singles from their last Capitol album — which was a commercial comeback after a slump for most of 1989-91 — their Capitol-era releases are particularly hard to come by nowadays.
14th Jan '18 5:28:27 PM nombretomado
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* Music/ChildishGambino has mentioned being embarrassed by his pre-''Culdesac'' work, in which he was essentially trying to be [[UpToEleven an even more nasal]] LilWayne. It wasn't until ''EP'' that he began tackling the style he's popular for today, and it wasn't until ''Because the Internet'' that he started being taken seriously for it.

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* Music/ChildishGambino has mentioned being embarrassed by his pre-''Culdesac'' work, in which he was essentially trying to be [[UpToEleven an even more nasal]] LilWayne.Music/LilWayne. It wasn't until ''EP'' that he began tackling the style he's popular for today, and it wasn't until ''Because the Internet'' that he started being taken seriously for it.
13th Jan '18 1:43:05 PM Piterpicher
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* Music/DirEnGrey would prefer you forget that they were La:Sadie's, an unsuccessful VisualKei band. They would also prefer you forget about former bassist and bandleader {{Kisaki}}, as they would have never achieved success with him around.

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* Music/DirEnGrey would prefer you forget that they were La:Sadie's, an unsuccessful VisualKei band. They would also prefer you forget about former bassist and bandleader {{Kisaki}}, Music/{{Kisaki}}, as they would have never achieved success with him around.
24th Dec '17 9:08:50 AM TheDudeWhoAbides
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* Music/PharrellWilliams stated in his March 2014 interview with GQ that he is not proud of his 2006 solo debut album ''In My Mind,'' saying that all the songs about the rich and famous lifestyle served no long-term purpose and that he was living in the wrong state of mind.

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* Music/PharrellWilliams Pharrell Williams stated in his March 2014 interview with GQ that he is not proud of his 2006 solo debut album ''In My Mind,'' saying that all the songs about the rich and famous lifestyle served no long-term purpose and that he was living in the wrong state of mind.
17th Nov '17 6:21:34 PM mariofan1000
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** They also seem to hold distain for their days as a punk band, given how they collected it all in an album called "Some Old Bullshit"
7th Nov '17 11:28:14 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* OldShame: The band retrospectively disown large chunks of their output. Noel recorded a commentary track for their ''Time Flies'' music video DVD collection, where he spends quite a bit of time mocking the band's singles from the late 1990s and early 2000s, despite at the time defending them heavily in the press. He goes as far to ask why somebody didn't take him to one side and tell him to "just stop".

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* OldShame: Music/{{Oasis}}: The band retrospectively disown large chunks of their output. Noel recorded a commentary track for their ''Time Flies'' music video DVD collection, where he spends quite a bit of time mocking the band's singles from the late 1990s and early 2000s, despite at the time defending them heavily in the press. He goes as far to ask why somebody didn't take him to one side and tell him to "just stop".
13th Oct '17 9:24:31 PM thelivingtoad
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** In the commentary, he shows particular disdain for "Sunday Morning Call". His feelings toward the song extend to the ''Time Flies'' greatest hits album, where isn't even part of the main tracklist, but a hidden track on the second disc. On the American version, it's not even there at all, having been replaced by "Champagne Supernova".

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** In the commentary, he shows particular disdain for "Sunday Morning Call". His feelings toward the song extend to the ''Time Flies'' greatest hits album, where which isn't even part of the main tracklist, but a hidden track on the second disc. On the American version, it's not even there at all, having been replaced by "Champagne Supernova".
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