Music acts that were really good but who you now hate.

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Disgruntled Goat, 26 Oct 2007.

  1. Disgruntled Goat

    Disgruntled Goat New Member

    You know, those bands you were really into for 10 minutes and then somehow they quickly betray you by becoming shite.

    Prime example: UB40

    Food for Thought, Signing Off, Rock Against Thatcher and then it's 'Hey this reggae thing's a bit of a lark ain't it?'

    Kevin Rowland - went mad

    Oasis - Two brilliant albums then too much cocaine.

    M People. Good for about two nanoseconds now I hate them more than you would ever believe.

    Simply Red. Good white soul until we discovered what a cock Hucknall was.

    Elton John - should have died in 1977

    Bob Dylan - should have died on that motorcycle in 1966

    Rod Stewart - kids, take it from me, in the early 70s if you liked Rod, you weren't the coolest kid in the class but you were doing ok.

    Stone Roses. Thought they were the saviour of music. They weren't. The scruffy northern monkeys.
  2. Isn't it the other way around. Two brilliant albums then stop taking cocaine!!!
  3. Fnaar

    Fnaar Smutmaster General

    He only went mad for a decade, give the guy a break! :evil: (OK, the dress was a bit of a mistake, but the accompanyig album had a few good bits amongst the sh!te; I'm one of the 500 or so peeps that bought it!). OK, I'm a bit of a Dexys anorak, but anyone who saw the 2003 shows will have seen top notch musical entertainment... currently (apparently) in the studio again, getting their soulful thang together...
  4. starseven

    starseven Guest

    David Bowie, brilliant album after album , brilliant .....then c&*p??
  5. rob_mcp

    rob_mcp New Member

    Yes - never the same after the buggles episode
    Genesis - and then there were 3 - so why carry on
    Kaiser Chiefs - they are on the brink, they'd better come up with something good next time
    Jean Michel Jarre - oxygene was enough!
    Suzanne Vega - who knows anything not on her debut albumn
  6. Lab 4
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    Disgruntled Goat

    Disgruntled Goat New Member

    Kirstie - Have you made these up? They have to have a modicum of success before becoming crap.
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    Disgruntled Goat

    Disgruntled Goat New Member

    As a Dexy's anorak, how do you get on with 'Don't Stand Me Down'?

    I desperately want to like it but I can't.
  9. No I've not made them up, they all used to be fairly big acts on the Industrial/Techno scene in the early 90s. Essentially they all had reasonable CDs out that defined their sound but within a couple of releases just went really pants...
  10. rich p

    rich p ridiculous old lush

    Val Doonican - he's cr*p now
  11. Frank Ifield - a one trick pony... :evil:
  12. Fnaar

    Fnaar Smutmaster General

    A definite fave... way removed from the first 2 albums (as they were from each other, in fact!) but I can't really exaplain why, but it's not just that I like it, it's actually important to me personally, if that makes sense!
  13. girofan

    girofan New Member

    :blush: Paul Simon - little and old and fat
    :biggrin: White Stripes - singalong-a-max
    :thumbsdown: Van Morrison - gone Satchmo
    :ohmy: Amy Winehouse - Whine
    :evil: Mary J Blige - bilge
  14. mondobongo

    mondobongo Über Member

    Metallica the signs started to show on Justice for All then the commercialism of the Black Album followed by two episodes of Load then the noise of St Anger. Sad Sad from the same Band who wrote Fade to Black, Creeping Death Disposable Heroes Motorbreath et all.

    Maiden should have thrown in the towel years ago have become a parody of themselves the sound on the last album was like a puddle of mud. Why Bruce and Ade chose to go back will never know Dickinson was producing some great stuff out on his own cant see that they needed the dough.
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    Disgruntled Goat

    Disgruntled Goat New Member

    You need to keep taking the drugs for them to sound good.
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