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Thread: Albums you wish you had never bought and don't play

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    Albums you wish you had never bought and don't play

    Yes , Drama ........a complete pile of horse dung

    White Stripes .......first album .......rubbish

    The Strokes .......student nonsense

    Suede ........see above

    Pink Floyd ......Division Bell .......burnt out cobblers

    Pig Destroyer ......Prowler In The Yard ...........I like my guitars but that was dreadful

    Today Is The Day ......an hour of feedback , growling vocals and gut wrenching bass

    Swans ......almost every one of their albums is unlistenable , I quite like avant garde stuff but this lot are barking mad

    Kiss ......every album after Dynasty , a great pop glam rock band in their day but washed out by 1980

    Black Sabbath ....13 .......riffing by numbers , only played it 3 times

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    No mention of Gina G?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric the Half a Bee View Post
    No mention of Gina G?
    Far too left field for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric the Half a Bee View Post
    No mention of Gina G?
    He's not allowed too, as stipulated in the restraining order.

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    The Darkness , second album , useless

    Great live though

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    Arctic Monkeys ‎– Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino.
    Really like all their other albums, but the above is dreadful in my opinion.

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    Van Morrison too long in exile

    Should have stayed there mate , hopeless nonsense

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    I’ve got Swans’ Holy Money Sludge. I play it when I want some me time. Mrs opens the door, says what’s that racket and leaves. Simples.

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    Albums were often a rip-off. Like one song? Here's 11 more you won't like. That'll be 13 please. No wonder sales dwindled. Trying to get rid of a stack now but even Music Magpie doesn't want half of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Yes , Drama ........a complete pile of horse dung

    White Stripes .......first album .......rubbish

    The Strokes .......student nonsense

    Suede ........see above

    Pink Floyd ......Division Bell .......burnt out cobblers

    Pig Destroyer ......Prowler In The Yard ...........I like my guitars but that was dreadful

    Today Is The Day ......an hour of feedback , growling vocals and gut wrenching bass

    Swans ......almost every one of their albums is unlistenable , I quite like avant garde stuff but this lot are barking mad

    Kiss ......every album after Dynasty , a great pop glam rock band in their day but washed out by 1980

    Black Sabbath ....13 .......riffing by numbers , only played it 3 times
    I think I listened to that Sabbath album once. I listened to the last MBV album once too. I just bought an album by Jane Weaver on the strength of one song (and previous albums) and I have to say it's a little disappointing. I can't say I really regret buying any of them though.

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    I didn't buy it, but about 20-25 years ago I received a present of Duran Duran's Greatest Hits.
    Not sure where it is now, but I think it still has the cellophane on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricks View Post
    I’ve got Swans’ Holy Money Sludge. I play it when I want some me time. Mrs opens the door, says what’s that racket and leaves. Simples.
    Dreadful stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    I think I listened to that Sabbath album once. I listened to the last MBV album once too. I just bought an album by Jane Weaver on the strength of one song (and previous albums) and I have to say it's a little disappointing. I can't say I really regret buying any of them though.
    my shelves are creaking

    Its time for a cull

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    There’s not much music that I really dislike, but that’s how I feel about the Strokes and I’ve never really been sure why. Maybe it’s because of annoyance at me being taken in by the music press’ “next big thing” hype which persuaded me to buy their first album without having heard anything by them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobh View Post
    I didn't buy it, but about 20-25 years ago I received a present of Duran Duran's Greatest Hits.
    Not sure where it is now, but I think it still has the cellophane on it.
    I will stamp on it for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    There’s not much music that I really dislike, but that’s how I feel about the Strokes and I’ve never really been sure why. Maybe it’s because of annoyance at me being taken in by the music press’ “next big thing” hype which persuaded me to buy their first album without having heard anything by them.
    they were crap

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    whitesnake slide it in

    Whitesnake were a superb rock band until coverdale decided to turn them into a poodle haired fake metal band , mixed in with dreadful power ballads

    Love hunter, Come and get it , great albums

    Anything after that , throw in the bin

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    motorhead , anything after ace of spades and the live album no sleep till Hammersmith don't even bother

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    A few years ago I bought the David Bowie Singles collection. Never really been a big fan but thought he was someone I should to listen to and appreciate.
    I've tried, but after 1 or 2 tracks I'm just bored and switch it off. The odd song in isolation is fine, but a whole album, no thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bloop View Post
    A few years ago I bought the David Bowie Singles collection. Never really been a big fan but thought he was someone I should to listen to and appreciate.
    I've tried, but after 1 or 2 tracks I'm just bored and switch it off. The odd song in isolation is fine, but a whole album, no thanks.
    I am like that with Bowie, Dylan , Springsteen , Elton John , Abba

    Even Rod Stewart I have a greatest hits collection of

    Having a collection of these artists albums would not interest me

    Same as Zappa

    Far too self indulgent but strictly commercial is fine , all his accessible stuff on one cd

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