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Old 11-13-2012, 02:17 PM  
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Whats the absolute worst piece of music you own?

So i was digging through some old CDs this past weekend...and discovered this gem.



http://www.amazon.com/Big-Ones-Lover...words=loverboy

Can you top Loverboys Greatest Hits?


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Old 11-13-2012, 06:25 PM   #61
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Trying to stay relevant in changing times. Same as The Cars and a hundred other bands. I'm not saying I'm for it... just saying what I believe causes those things.
Well it didn't work for either band. I guess I don't understand why you wouldn't just stick with what got you where you were.
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:28 PM   #62
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Guess I'd go with Peter Gabriel Shaking the Tree CD. Only cuz it's my least favorite CD, also T Rex the Slider maybe? I don't have anything I don't like.
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:33 PM   #63
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I just scanned my iPhone and the recording that stood out to me as the first thing I'd remove is The Decemberists - Castaways and Cutouts.
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:34 PM   #64
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Well it didn't work for either band. I guess I don't understand why you wouldn't just stick with what got you where you were.
Because the bulk of music is purchased by people under 30 years old... so appealing to them is important. It actually did "work" for both bands. They stayed on the charts and kept selling albums. You and many of the "original" fans just didn't like it... which is completely fair. It's just a matter of the market changing and bands adjusting to it. Fans of the early stuff usually hate it, younger money-spending fans often like it. Bands don't WANT to alienate fans, they WANT to keep recording music, selling out shows and living their dreams. I can't blame them for that... it's what they do.

Again I'm not defending the practice, just trying to explain what happens in my experience. Show me a band that has never changed even a little bit what they do as the market changes. There are a few but VERY few. More power to them when they make it work.

AC/DC comes to mind... but even they changed to a degree.
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:43 PM   #65
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Because the bulk of music is purchased by people under 30 years old... so appealing to them is important. It actually did "work" for both bands. They stayed on the charts and kept selling albums. You and many of the "original" fans just didn't like it... which is completely fair. It's just a matter of the market changing and bands adjusting to it. Fans of the early stuff usually hate it, younger money-spending fans often like it. Bands don't WANT to alienate fans, they WANT to keep recording music, selling out shows and living their dreams. I can't blame them for that... it's what they do.

Again I'm not defending the practice, just trying to explain what happens in my experience. Show me a band that has never changed even a little bit what they do as the market changes. There are a few but VERY few. More power to them when they make it work.

AC/DC comes to mind... but even they changed to a degree.
Yeah, I guess it "worked" for one album. But what did The Cars do after that? Starship was never heard of again. Styx flamed out after the Kilroy Was Here album, which I'm pretty sure sold a lot of copies. I think people bought these albums on band names alone, and then realized they pretty much sucked. If I had waited another month before I bought Heartbeat City, I probably wouldn't have bought it at all.
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:46 PM   #66
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:47 PM   #67
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The Cars had a lot of great stuff up until that atrocity. The only other band I can think of that took that big of a nosedive was the whole "Starship" debacle that Jefferson Starship morphed into. God, what the hell was that all about.
If you heard the Cars 3rd album "Panorama" when it came out, it sounded like a piece of shit. But after I listened to it 30 times, things started to come through that made it interesting to listen to that were unintelligible on a few listens. The Cars were like that, they invented things that weren't what was expected, with a few exceptions that were pointed out earlier. They set the trends, they didn't follow them.
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:50 PM   #68
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I don't own this album, but would pay big bucks for it. My favorite Jesus Ska Band Sonseed!

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Old 11-13-2012, 06:56 PM   #69
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Yeah, I guess it "worked" for one album. But what did The Cars do after that? Starship was never heard of again. Styx flamed out after the Kilroy Was Here album, which I'm pretty sure sold a lot of copies. I think people bought these albums on band names alone, and then realized they pretty much sucked. If I had waited another month before I bought Heartbeat City, I probably wouldn't have bought it at all.
That's a fair assesment and a good point. The fact is most musical acts have careers like most atheletes... they have their decade. The truly creative/inventive/genius stick around for multiple decades. Those are the greats and HOFers.
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If you heard the Cars 3rd album "Panorama" when it came out, it sounded like a piece of shit. But after I listened to it 30 times, things started to come through that made it interesting to listen to that were unintelligible on a few listens. The Cars were like that, they invented things that weren't what was expected, with a few exceptions that were pointed out earlier. They set the trends, they didn't follow them.
30 times?!? Man I don't have that kind of patience when it comes to music. I know what you're saying though, there are a lot of songs that have really grown on me over the years that I didn't care much for initially, but something about a song has to grab me right away or I lose interest pretty quickly.
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Old 11-13-2012, 07:07 PM   #71
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OK I found this in my collection. I do indeed own some truly shitty music.

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I lost interest as soon as I read the title.
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I lost interest as soon as I read the title.
If you're talking about my Georgio post you did yourself a big favor. I didn't remember having that. I hope to GOD I didn't spend money on it but I probably did.
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If you're talking about my Georgio post you did yourself a big favor. I didn't remember having that. I hope to GOD I didn't spend money on it but I probably did.
Eh, I spent money on Van Halen's 1984. Georgio can't be any worse than that.
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Eh, I spent money on Van Halen's 1984. Georgio can't be any worse than that.
Way worse and it's not even close. 1984 had a couple good songs.

I know, I know... not to you because you're taste in music is too pure to like anything other than what a bands first couple albums were about...

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