Bands the Change over Time

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  1. Bobby Digital

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    Will leave it at that. Pretty dramatic. Crash Love was so bad. I haven't listened since DU. It took me a long time to even accept Sing The Sorrow, and that was only bc I saw them live and the show was amazing. The Art Of Drowning was my favorite album ever at the time, I was heartbroken by how dramatically different STS was when I bought it the day it was released. I shattered that CD I was so pissed off.
     
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    DMX went from this:




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    I think all of the crack and prison time got to him
     
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    Portugal the Man

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    As someone who has listened to them since the beginning I always appreciated that they changed their style album to album. They also used to release an album every year.

    They totally sold out and I wasn’t a big fan of their latest album but I can respect it. Gotta make that big money. They already did enough for their hardcore fans in the past.
     
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    Whoa. This is the first time I've seen this video since the early 90s and I just remembered how much it used to terrify me as a kid.
     
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    I think their latest wasn't bad but overall found We Were Dead... pretty frustrating. Flashes of the old brilliance - Whale Song, Spitting Venom, Parting of the Sensory. But too much filler. I guess I just miss the substance-fueled three piece days...
     
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    Machine Head (especially Robb Flynn)

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    I would have said something more like Revolution or While my Guitar Gently Weeps instead of Lucy to show how much they changed, but I came here to say The Beatles.

    Metallica changed a ton
     
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    You can really go in any direction you want to with the Beatles.

    Early songs:
    PS I Love You
    Please Please Me
    She Loves You

    Mid-years:
    Help!
    Drive My Car
    Taxman

    Later Years:
    Helter Skelter
    A Day in the Life
    Let it Be
     
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    Beastie Boys, anyone?
     
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    Pretty much every black metal band. They start off heavy with death growl vocals and then slowly add clean lyrics and go prog rock. Almost without fail.
     

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