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Artists Who You Have Nostalgic Feelings/But Can't Stand Now?

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  1. Nameless Ghoul Red Belt

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    For me it is a two way tie between Rivers Cuomo and Billy Corgen. Both Weezer and The Smashing Pumpkins had a great 2.5-3 albums starting off, and then for whatever reason became a parody of themselves/act like total tools.
     
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    Embarrassed to tell people I listen to In Flames...

    The fuck is this shit...




    Take me back...

     
  3. NewJerseyNick Platinum Werewolf Belt Platinum Member

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    Oh what the fuck?!
     
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    Alice in Chains. I was a huge fan back in high school, but I find them extremely meh now. I think it's a combination of burning out on them when I was younger, and the fact that their fan base is kinda trash. I credit them for helping develop my musical tastes, but I can't remember the last time I actually wanted to put one of their albums on.
     
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    Red Hot Chili Peppers, i've had many bands who have been ''my favourite'' over the years, but none have fallen from grace like the Chili Peppers,
     
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    Gotta disagree there. I love their modern stuff while I think their earlier stuff is juvenile and unlistenable. I can understand people liking the funky stuff and it being different though. It's just not for me.

    I honestly don't have any musical regrets. If I liked something, I liked it for a reason and can still listen to it now and understand. I do think there are several bands though where if I just now discovered them, I wouldn't be into them. A lot of bands you had to be the right age or point in your life to appreciate.
     
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    and that's your right to disagree, but you couldn't pay me to listen to their music, or at least the stuff i'm unfamiliar with, even the stuff i associate with the my teen years {i played mother's milk constantly} its something i'd struggle to listen to.
     
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    I think the last Tool album was shit. And Maynard is annoying and hates his fan base.
    Love the old stuff tho
     
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    Yeah really agree here. They went Uber-pretentious with their songwriting. Everything from Aenima back, was great imo
     
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    I was excited for Fear Inoculum.
    Yeah, that album was absolute shit…
     
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    It felt like it was rejects from 10,000 days.
    Still great live but holy Fuck does Maynard sniff his own farts
     
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    Used to like these guys and just the bands name brings back 90s/00s nostalgia but their music is unlistenable now.

     
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    Metallica -
    Loved them when I was a kid.
    Then they cut their hair and transformed into -Meh’tallica
    <{1-8}>
     
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    Guns n Roses
     
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    that Nirvana shirt. the one with the dead smiley. I used to rock that shit when I was in 8th grade during the 90s.it was super rare back then.

    now you see everyone & their mother rocking that shirt. super gay.
     
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    my brother is obsessed with that album, also the other band the lead singer is a part of.

    I can't get down with any of that at all. he always has those albums playing when I get in his car.
     
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    Weezer. I used to listen to them pretty heavily, but they were never really one of my favorites.
     
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    In Flames haven't held my attention since Come Clarity.

    They were one of my top 5 bands when I was a kid.

    Such a fall from grace.

    That first track is just...

    <KingstonFrown>
     
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    Jester Race/Whoracle era is my favourite sound, but Come Clarity had some real good songs, I enjoyed that album a lot. Knowing for a while that they were no longer a melodic death metal band, I wish they would have at least kept that kind of sound.

    I have to admit, A Sense Of Purpose (subsequent to Come Clarity) has really grown on me. I hated that album so much when it came out, but it's their last listenable one.
     
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    I just pretend anything after Clayman didn't happen.
     
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