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21st Jul '17 12:21:21 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." 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 first planned album for independent Broken Bow Records will feature songs that are more true to who he is as an artist.
21st Jul '17 12:20:39 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." 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.
19th Jun '17 11:28:40 PM Nitramy
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** ''Risk'' did have Megadeth's cover of ''[[VideoGame/DukeNukem3D Grabbag]]'', so it's not all bad.
5th Jun '17 4:22:01 PM MarkLungo
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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 with Republic Records. 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 late-2016 signing with Mercury Records seems to take the positioning that "Live Forever" never happened... although it probably doesn't help that their inaugural Mercury single "Comeback Kid" did even worse.

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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 with Republic Records. 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 late-2016 signing with Mercury Records Creator/MercuryRecords seems to take the positioning that "Live Forever" never happened... although it probably doesn't help that their inaugural Mercury single "Comeback Kid" did even worse.
25th May '17 9:47:04 PM wolftickets1969
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* Before becoming one of the top Synthwave artists, Mitch Murder produced [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness a 90's-style instrumental hip-hop/G-funk album]] that has never been released, and will likely stay that way for this reason.

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* Before becoming one of the top Synthwave UsefulNotes/{{Synthwave}} artists, Mitch Murder produced [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness a 90's-style instrumental hip-hop/G-funk album]] that has never been released, and will likely stay that way for this reason.
21st May '17 10:07:36 AM nombretomado
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* In a rare case of a musician actually disowning his ''entire musical career'', acclaimed actor Creator/MarkWahlberg has no interest whatsoever revisiting his career as white rapper Marky Mark. In an interview, he described coming across a VH1 retro-'90s special in which he appeared, and apparently he didn't find it as funny as the VH1 commentators did.

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* In a rare case of a musician actually disowning his ''entire musical career'', acclaimed actor Creator/MarkWahlberg has no interest whatsoever revisiting his career as white rapper Marky Mark. In an interview, he described coming across a VH1 Creator/VH1 retro-'90s special in which he appeared, and apparently he didn't find it as funny as the VH1 [=VH1=] commentators did.
8th May '17 10:42:16 AM DrSleep
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* Similar to Mark Wahlberg above, Laika CEO and animator Travis Knight (director of ''KuboAndTheTwoStrings'') [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y14dDzGPFbs isn't exactly proud of his short-lived career as a rapper.]]

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* Similar to Mark Wahlberg above, Laika CEO and animator Travis Knight (director of ''KuboAndTheTwoStrings'') ''WesternAnimation/KuboAndTheTwoStrings'') [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y14dDzGPFbs isn't exactly proud of his short-lived career as a rapper.]]
17th Apr '17 9:11:26 PM MikeK
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** Dee Dee Ramone completely owned up to his terrible rap album, "Standing in the Spotlight".

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** Dee Dee Ramone completely owned up to his terrible rap album, "Standing in the Spotlight". However, one song that originated on said album, "The Crusher", was unexpectedly revived for ''Adios Amigos'', the band's final studio album... Albeit sung by Dee Dee's replacement C.J. Ramone, and rearranged slightly to downplay the hip-hop influences.
17th Apr '17 3:08:53 AM Exxolon
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* Shock rocker Music/AliceCooper's early psychedelic period of 1969-70 and his bizarre experimental years of 1977-83, as well as his "hair metal" years of 1986-91 (except for "Poison", his biggest post-seventies hit) are largely ignored by the man himself as well as most fans.

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* Shock rocker Music/AliceCooper's early psychedelic period of 1969-70 and his bizarre experimental years of 1977-83, as well as his "hair metal" years of 1986-91 (except for "Poison", his biggest post-seventies hit) hit[[note]]From the same album (''Trash'') "House of Fire" still gets on occasional airing and "Bed of Nails" and the title track from the album survived as occasional live songs into the 2000s[[/note]]) are largely ignored by the man himself as well as most fans.
17th Apr '17 2:56:40 AM Exxolon
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* Charlie Simpson of emo band Fightstar is well known for having been in the pop-punk boyband Busted. Whilst he doesn't regret it, many of Fightstar's fans do.

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* Charlie Simpson of emo band Fightstar Music/{{Fightstar}} is well known for having been in the pop-punk boyband Busted. Music/{{Busted}}. Whilst he doesn't regret it, it (obviously since he was part of the reformation in 2015), many of Fightstar's fans do.
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