History RuinedFOREVER / Music

2nd Dec '15 7:37:22 AM dreamofwritting
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* TwoWords: LinkinPark. A ton of us are tired of people saying that ''Minutes to Midnight'' and ''A Thousand Suns'' ruined them forever.
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* TwoWords: LinkinPark. A ton of us are tired of people saying that ''Minutes to Midnight'' and ''A Thousand Suns'' ruined them forever.
30th Oct '15 7:29:26 PM nombretomado
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** Not only that, but any song ever sampled by a hip-hop or rap artist becomes ruined forever. Such as KanyeWest sampling Music/DaftPunk's "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger," though plenty of examples of this trope can be found by searching through the Youtube comments of ''every song that's ever been sampled''.
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** Not only that, but any song ever sampled by a hip-hop or rap artist becomes ruined forever. Such as KanyeWest Music/KanyeWest sampling Music/DaftPunk's "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger," though plenty of examples of this trope can be found by searching through the Youtube comments of ''every song that's ever been sampled''.
16th Oct '15 3:25:57 PM nombretomado
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* RogerWaters is taking over PinkFloyd now that Syd Barrett left? Roger's changing the band's style to be more satirical? Roger is leaving the band for his solo career? Roger is disbanding Pink Floyd? [[TheBandMinusTheFace The band is getting back together without Roger]]? ALL OF THIS ruined Pink Floyd forever!
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* RogerWaters is taking over PinkFloyd Music/PinkFloyd now that Syd Barrett left? Roger's changing the band's style to be more satirical? Roger is leaving the band for his solo career? Roger is disbanding Pink Floyd? [[TheBandMinusTheFace The band is getting back together without Roger]]? ALL OF THIS ruined Pink Floyd forever!
7th May '15 8:15:55 AM AlanPalgut
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* Cat Stevens has a classic roc themed album called ''Foreigner''? The synthetic ''Numbers'' a few years later? And he converts to Islam and changes his name? One guess to what that would mean...
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* Cat Stevens has a classic roc rock themed album called ''Foreigner''? The synthetic ''Numbers'' a few years later? And he converts to Islam and changes his name? One guess to what that would mean...
5th May '15 10:27:35 AM AlanPalgut
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* Cat Stevens has a classic roc themed album called ''Foreigner''? The synthetic ''Numbers'' a few years later? And he converts to Islam and changes his name? One guess to what that would mean...
22nd Nov '14 3:20:33 AM StFan
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* Fans of DaftPunk felt the French duo was RuinedFOREVER when they released their second album ''Discovery''. While their first album Homework was clearly house-oriented, ''Discovery'' explored disco-funk sounds as well as synthpop music. Then a new batch of people thought they were RUINED FOREVER again when they released their third album ''Human After All'' in which they switched back to house elements (although the hardcore fans rejoiced). The same thing happened ''again'' with the release of RandomAccessMemories, which the hardcore fans deemed was too "disco" for their tastes.
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* Fans of DaftPunk Music/DaftPunk felt the French duo was RuinedFOREVER when they released their second album ''Discovery''. While their first album Homework ''Homework'' was clearly house-oriented, ''Discovery'' explored disco-funk sounds as well as synthpop music. Then a new batch of people thought they were RUINED FOREVER again when they released their third album ''Human After All'' in which they switched back to house elements (although the hardcore fans rejoiced). The same thing happened ''again'' with the release of RandomAccessMemories, ''Music/RandomAccessMemories'', which the hardcore fans deemed was too "disco" for their tastes.tastes.
21st Nov '14 9:54:06 AM Jgorgon
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* In 1965, Music/BobDylan's switching from an acoustic guitar to an electric one provoked great outrage of this nature from his folk rock fans. This went beyond 'ruined' forever; some even considered him a traitor to folk rock, and there were cries of 'Judas!' when he played electric at the Newport Folk Festival.
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* In 1965, Music/BobDylan's switching from an acoustic guitar to an electric one provoked great outrage of this nature from his folk rock fans. This went beyond 'ruined' forever; some even considered him a traitor Pete Seeger allegedly tried to folk rock, cut off his amplifiers with an axe at the Newport Folk Festival, and there were cries of 'Judas!' a fan famously shouted "Judas!" when he Dylan played electric at the Newport Folk Festival. Manchester Free Trade Hall.
4th Nov '14 3:56:54 PM mlsmithca
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It says quite clearly on the page for And The Fandom Rejoiced not to link to it. It is for in-universe examples and links from the beginning of related trope pages only.
* Many classic rock fans will tell you that rock was ruined once {{MTV}} premiered. Hence the fact that classic rock stations usually stick to music made before about 1982 (Private Eyes by Hall & Oates, released in November of 1981, is usually the cut-off song on such stations).
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* Many classic rock fans will tell you that rock was ruined once {{MTV}} premiered. Hence the fact that classic rock stations usually stick to music made before about 1982 (Private Eyes ("Private Eyes" by Hall & Oates, released in November of 1981, is usually the cut-off song on such stations).

* Fans of DaftPunk felt the French duo was RuinedFOREVER when they released their second album ''Discovery''. While their first album Homework was clearly house-oriented, ''Discovery'' explored disco-funk sounds as well as synthpop music. Then a new batch of people thought they were RUINED FOREVER again when they released their third album ''Human After All'' in which they switched back to house elements (although [[AndTheFandomRejoiced the hardcore fans rejoiced]]). The same thing happened ''again'' with the release of RandomAccessMemories, which the hardcore fans deemed was too "disco" for their tastes.
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* Fans of DaftPunk felt the French duo was RuinedFOREVER when they released their second album ''Discovery''. While their first album Homework was clearly house-oriented, ''Discovery'' explored disco-funk sounds as well as synthpop music. Then a new batch of people thought they were RUINED FOREVER again when they released their third album ''Human After All'' in which they switched back to house elements (although [[AndTheFandomRejoiced the hardcore fans rejoiced]]). rejoiced). The same thing happened ''again'' with the release of RandomAccessMemories, which the hardcore fans deemed was too "disco" for their tastes. tastes.
4th Nov '14 1:07:04 PM Kaelindra
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* Fans of DaftPunk felt the French duo was RuinedFOREVER when they released their second album ''Discovery''. While their first album Homework was clearly house-oriented, ''Discovery'' explored disco-funk sounds as well as synthpop music. Then a new batch of people thought they were RUINED FOREVER again when they released their third album ''Human After All'' in which they switched back to house elements (although [[AndTheFandomRejoiced the hardcore fans rejoiced]]). The same thing happened ''again'' with the release of RandomAccessMemories, which the hardcore fans deemed was too "disco" for their tastes.
5th Oct '14 2:24:07 AM m8e
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* FanDumb on the part of fans of ''any'' genre of [[Music/HeavyMetal metal]] have a tendency to claim this. ''[[OverlyLongGag Constantly]]''. In the 80's, it was Ruined FOREVER by glam metal, in the 90's, it was Ruined FOREVER by grunge or Nu Metal, and in the 2000's, it was Ruined FOREVER by either Emo, Rap, Pop, or any genre that wasn't metal. [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg And metalcore]]. [[OverlyLongGag And deathcore]]. The reason it's FanDumb is because the 80's was metal's high point, the 90's, commonly looked to as the "decade metal nearly died," was actually the decade that saw the ''beginning'' of BlackMetal, DeathMetal, and Groove Metal. The 2000's has seen death metal and black metal become more streamlined, merging again with elements of ThrashMetal, and ProgressiveMetal, as well as the creation of Post Metal, and a return to form of many of the thrash bands from the 80's such as Music/{{Megadeth}} and Music/{{Metallica}}.
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* FanDumb on the part of fans of ''any'' genre of [[Music/HeavyMetal [[HeavyMetal metal]] have a tendency to claim this. ''[[OverlyLongGag Constantly]]''. In the 80's, it was Ruined FOREVER by glam metal, in the 90's, it was Ruined FOREVER by grunge or Nu Metal, and in the 2000's, it was Ruined FOREVER by either Emo, Rap, Pop, or any genre that wasn't metal. [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg And metalcore]]. [[OverlyLongGag And deathcore]]. The reason it's FanDumb is because the 80's was metal's high point, the 90's, commonly looked to as the "decade metal nearly died," was actually the decade that saw the ''beginning'' of BlackMetal, DeathMetal, and Groove Metal. The 2000's has seen death metal and black metal become more streamlined, merging again with elements of ThrashMetal, and ProgressiveMetal, as well as the creation of Post Metal, and a return to form of many of the thrash bands from the 80's such as Music/{{Megadeth}} and Music/{{Metallica}}.
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