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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 On the American version, it's not even there at all, having been replaced by "Champagne Supernova".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 On the American version, it's not even there at all, having been replaced by "Champagne Supernova".
13th Oct '17 9:24:06 PM thelivingtoad
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** In the commentary, he shows particular disdain for both "Sunday Morning Call" and its video. When the band released the ''Time Flies'' greatest hits compilation in the US, that song just so happened to be the one that was dropped from the tracklist so "Champagne Supernova" could be added.

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** In the commentary, he shows particular disdain for both "Sunday Morning Call" and its video. When Call". His feelings toward the band released song extend to the ''Time Flies'' greatest hits compilation in album, where isn't even part of the US, that song just so happened to be main tracklist, but a hidden track on the one that was dropped from second disc. On the tracklist so American version, it's not even there at all, having been replaced by "Champagne Supernova" could be added.Supernova".
13th Oct '17 9:21:02 PM thelivingtoad
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** In the commentary, he shows particular disdain for both "Sunday Morning Call" and its video. When the band released the ''Time Flies'' compilation in the US, that song just so happened to be the one that was dropped from the tracklist so "Champagne Supernova" could be added.

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** In the commentary, he shows particular disdain for both "Sunday Morning Call" and its video. When the band released the ''Time Flies'' greatest hits compilation in the US, that song just so happened to be the one that was dropped from the tracklist so "Champagne Supernova" could be added.
13th Oct '17 9:17:13 PM thelivingtoad
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* Music/{{Oasis}} retrospectively disown large chunks of their output. In the commentary for the playthrough of all of their hit music videos on the Greatest Hits DVD, Noel Gallagher spends much of his time mocking singles from the late 1990s, despite at the time defending them heavily in the press, going as far to ask why somebody didn't take him to one and side and tell him to "just stop". Could also be seen as a slight DorkAge.

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* Music/{{Oasis}} OldShame: The band retrospectively disown large chunks of their output. In the Noel recorded a commentary track for the playthrough of all of their hit ''Time Flies'' music videos on the Greatest Hits DVD, Noel Gallagher video DVD collection, where he spends much quite a bit of his time mocking the band's singles from the late 1990s, 1990s and early 2000s, despite at the time defending them heavily in the press, going press. He goes as far to ask why somebody didn't take him to one and side and tell him to "just stop". Could also stop".
** In the commentary, he shows particular disdain for both "Sunday Morning Call" and its video. When the band released the ''Time Flies'' compilation in the US, that song just so happened to
be seen as a slight DorkAge.the one that was dropped from the tracklist so "Champagne Supernova" could be added.
13th Oct '17 9:09:51 PM thelivingtoad
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* Before the band Music/{{Hurt}} released their first album "Vol. 1," they released two other albums prior to that: their self-titled album and "The Consummation". The latter was eventually released in 2008 under the name "The Re-Consummation", while the former will most likely never see the light of day again because as J. Loren (the band's singer) put it, it was "poorly done and actually diminishes from the intentions behind the songs." Some of the songs from said album were released between Vol. 1 and Vol. II, however, they've confirmed that the songs from both albums are drastically different from the early songs (an interview with the singer states that the self titled album's ''Summers Lost and Abuse of SID'' is different from Vol. II versions).

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* Before the band Music/{{Hurt}} released their first album "Vol. 1," ''Vol. 1'', they released two other albums prior to that: their self-titled album and "The Consummation". ''The Consummation''. The latter was eventually released re-released in 2008 under the name "The Re-Consummation", ''The Re-Consummation'', while the former will most likely never see the light of day again because as J. Loren (the band's singer) put it, it was "poorly done and actually diminishes from the intentions behind the songs." Some of the songs from said album were released between Vol. 1 and Vol. II, however, they've confirmed that the songs from both albums are drastically different from the early songs (an interview with the singer states that the self titled album's ''Summers Lost and Abuse of SID'' is different from Vol. II versions).
12th Oct '17 6:31:21 AM Twentington
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* Before becoming one of the biggest {{record producer}}s and songwriters in Nashville in TheNewTens, Shane [=McAnally=] was a recording artist, having done one album for Curb Records in 1999. The album included one Top 40 hit on the country charts, "Are Your Eyes Still Blue". This part of his career is almost entirely forgotten about nowadays, and given his repeated attempts to scrub it from his Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} article, he probably would prefer it stay that way.
5th Oct '17 1:00:01 AM drquesadilla
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* Music/JudasPriest have largely abandoned their debut album ''Rocks Rolla''. Most of the material was hastily written, as the band's label had insisted that they use all-new material instead of recording their own previously-written songs like 'Victim Of Changes'. They ceased performing material from the debut altogether very early on. However, their feelings towards this album have since softened, and the song 'Never Satisfied' was included in the setlist for the band's retrospective ''Epitaph'' tour, with singer Rob Halford mentioning to the audience that their first album featured some great material.

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* Music/JudasPriest have largely abandoned their debut album ''Rocks ''Rocka Rolla''. Most of the material was hastily written, as the band's label had insisted that they use all-new material instead of recording their own previously-written songs like 'Victim Of Changes'. They ceased performing material from the debut altogether very early on. However, their feelings towards this album have since softened, and the song 'Never Satisfied' was included in the setlist for the band's retrospective ''Epitaph'' tour, with singer Rob Halford mentioning to the audience that their first album featured some great material.
5th Oct '17 12:58:35 AM drquesadilla
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* Music/JudasPriest had stated that they would like to forget their debut album, 1974's ''Rocka Rolla'', ever happened, mostly because they were still unsure of how they wanted to sound, and additionally, the production was god-awful. They still play the title track live on occasion, however, and they re-recorded "Diamonds and Rust" for a future album.
** There's also everything they've released between ''Screaming For Vengeance'' and ''Painkiller'', with Halford even admitting to being absolutely embarrassed by ''Turbo'' and ''Ram it Down''.

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* Music/JudasPriest had stated that they would like to forget have largely abandoned their debut album, 1974's ''Rocka Rolla'', ever happened, mostly because album ''Rocks Rolla''. Most of the material was hastily written, as the band's label had insisted that they were still unsure use all-new material instead of how they wanted to sound, and additionally, the production was god-awful. recording their own previously-written songs like 'Victim Of Changes'. They still play ceased performing material from the title track live on occasion, however, debut altogether very early on. However, their feelings towards this album have since softened, and they re-recorded "Diamonds and Rust" the song 'Never Satisfied' was included in the setlist for a future album.
the band's retrospective ''Epitaph'' tour, with singer Rob Halford mentioning to the audience that their first album featured some great material.
** There's also everything they've released between ''Screaming For Vengeance'' and ''Painkiller'', with Halford even admitting to being absolutely embarrassed by the controversial glam-infused ''Turbo'' and its unfocused follow up ''Ram it Down''.It Down'', although the song 'Turbo Lover' has remained a setlist staple, and 'Blood Red Skies' was performed on the ''Epitaph'' tour.



** Even though it's their biggest hit ever, Kiss has only performed the ballad "Beth" on tours when Criss has been in the band, and even less so in recent years (which is just fine with most of the fans).

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** Even though it's Despite it being their biggest hit ever, commercial hit, Kiss has only performed did not play the ballad "Beth" on tours song 'Beth' during periods when Peter Criss has been was not in the band, and even less so only reviving it as a semi-staple in recent much later years (which is just fine with most of the fans).Eric Singer on vocals.
25th Sep '17 2:48:11 PM 2dzfox
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** One line from "Picture to Burn" was this as soon as the album was rereleased after she got more famous; the line was changed from her [[UnfortunateImplications threatening to tell her friends an ex was gay]] to "That's fine, you won't mind if I say, / 'By the way...'"
6th Sep '17 12:00:36 AM thelivingtoad
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** It took a while for Katrina Leskanich of Music/KatrinaAndTheWaves to come around on her 1997 winner, "Love Shine a Light." The group's guitarist Kimberley Rew had already written it as a one-off charity single, and none of them had any intention of performing it in Eurovision after submitting it for consideration. However, noticing how the UK's previous Eurovision entry [[note]] Gina G's "Ooh Aah...Just a Little Bit" [[/note]] went to #1 despite only placing eighth in the contest, [[MoneyDearBoy and given the opportunity to receive a recording contract while their career was at a low]], they caved (minus, ironically enough, Rew, whose own opinion on the song had soured much quicker than the other members). While the experience was fun at the time (if occasionally tedious) and they ''did'' score the UK their fifth [[note]] and, as of 2017, most recent [[/note]] win, their bookings leaned less toward rock and more toward the cabaret circuit and eastern Europe, leading them to feel less legitimate as a rock band. They broke up a year later, and Leskanich had harsh words toward the contest and the song for a while. However, she's come around to it as of late, hosting the Eurovision 50th anniversary special in 2005 and agreeing to be interviewed in a BBC Eurovision documentary.

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** It took a while for Katrina Leskanich of Music/KatrinaAndTheWaves to come around on her 1997 winner, "Love Shine a Light." The group's guitarist Kimberley Rew had already written it as a one-off charity single, and none of them had any intention of performing it in Eurovision after submitting it for consideration. However, noticing how the UK's previous Eurovision entry [[note]] Gina G's "Ooh Aah...Just a Little Bit" [[/note]] went to #1 despite only placing eighth in the contest, [[MoneyDearBoy and given the opportunity to receive a recording contract while their career was at a low]], they caved and went (minus, ironically enough, Rew, whose own opinion on who by the song had soured much quicker than time of the other members).show ''really'' hated the song). While the experience was fun at the time (if occasionally tedious) and they ''did'' score the UK their fifth [[note]] and, as of 2017, most recent [[/note]] win, their bookings leaned less toward rock and more toward the cabaret circuit and eastern Europe, leading them to feel less legitimate as a rock band. They broke up a year later, and Leskanich had harsh words toward the contest and the song for a while. However, she's come around to it as of late, hosting the Eurovision 50th anniversary special in 2005 and agreeing to be interviewed in a BBC Eurovision documentary.
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