Musicians/bands you are embarrassed to have once liked/hated
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Musicians/bands you are embarrassed to have once liked/hated
Posted by Cold Pizza on 1/13 at 5:35 pm
I wasn't into these guys at first and now I realize I'm an idiot:

Rage Against the Machine. If Paul Ryan can set their politics aside, I can too.
Alice in Chains. Very popular in college while I was busy listening to Country music.

I used to like these guys and now I realize I'm an idiot:
Nirvana. I was in HS and my parents and teachers HATED them. That was all the reason I needed.
Creed. Their first stuff was OK, but not really.




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Posted by TheDoc on 1/13 at 6:05 pm to Cold Pizza
Nirvana is still great


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Posted by HempHead on 1/13 at 6:10 pm to Cold Pizza
I'm still embarrassed by my love of Jimmy Buffett.


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Posted by JaiYaTiger on 1/13 at 6:12 pm to TheDoc
I hated Marcy Playground because of "Sex and Candy", but then a couple of years ago, I heard "Poppies" and begin to love all of their albums.

I really liked Incubus, especially the album, "Make Yourself". Can't listen to that album anymore. I hate Brandon Boyd's lyrics now.



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Posted by cigsmcgee on 1/13 at 6:28 pm to Cold Pizza
theres a whole mess of 90's ska cds ive been meaning to throw out.


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Posted by TheDoc on 1/13 at 6:32 pm to JaiYaTiger
Saw Marcy playground live 2 years ago.

Fantastic show



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Posted by redneck hippie on 1/13 at 6:52 pm to Cold Pizza
I was a Michael Jackson nut. My parents bought me tickets to his Victory Tour. I was 8 years old.


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Posted by redneck hippie on 1/13 at 6:58 pm to TheDoc
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Nirvana


I was 18 years in 1992, the year Nevermind came out. I thought they were really great. IMO their music really hasn't stood the test of time. I think their Unplugged album is the best thing they did. They aren't bad, just not that good. I feel the same way about The Doors.



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Posted by Slickback on 1/13 at 8:22 pm to Cold Pizza
Sum 41 and Limp Bizkit.

Don't laugh, all of you were in high school too.



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Posted by Ysebaert on 1/13 at 9:34 pm to redneck hippie
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I was 18 years in 1992, the year Nevermind came out. I thought they were really great. IMO their music really hasn't stood the test of time. I think their Unplugged album is the best thing they did. They aren't bad, just not that good. I feel the same way about The Doors.
Insightful and provacative. I kind of agree with you their music is getting diminishing returns for me as well. But to mention Nirvana in a thread about bands you are "embarassed" to have once liked is disrespectful and stupid. JMO.



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Posted by Paul Allen on 1/13 at 9:36 pm to Slickback
Disco Biscuits


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Posted by Brosef Stalin on 1/13 at 9:49 pm to Cold Pizza
I'm not embarrassed by anything I listen to. I like Taylor Swift, Abba, ICP, and a bunch of stupid pop songs. I don't give a frick.


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Posted by Draconian Sanctions on 1/13 at 10:42 pm to Ysebaert
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Insightful and provacative. I kind of agree with you their music is getting diminishing returns for me as well. But to mention Nirvana in a thread about bands you are "embarassed" to have once liked is disrespectful and stupid. JMO.


+1

Growing out of them is fine, but come the frick on you're talking about a really important and significant band.



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Posted by Draconian Sanctions on 1/13 at 10:43 pm to Brosef Stalin
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I like Taylor Swift


NEVER EVER EVERRRRRRRRRRR










I hear you though. I like Kesha and Katy Perry



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Posted by TFTC on 1/13 at 10:51 pm to Draconian Sanctions
You were right about RATM and AIC originally...

Nirvana is still great...

But you were right about Creed...



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Posted by Latarian on 1/13 at 11:19 pm to Cold Pizza
I bought the Creed album in high school, rocked the shite out of it















:(


This post was edited on 1/13 at 11:20 pm

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Posted by Baloo on 1/14 at 9:34 am to Latarian
I'm not embarrassed by anything. I will still rock out to Men Without Hats. I believe that one should be safe while dancing.


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Posted by AlxTgr on 1/14 at 9:41 am to Cold Pizza
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Rage Against the Machine. If Paul Ryan can set their politics aside, I can too.
Alice in Chains. Very popular in college while I was busy listening to Country music.
Ha ha. Possibly my two least favorite bands. Unlistenable noise to me.


Mine would be Journey. I bought at least 3 cassettes back then. No idea what I was thinking.

Air Supply. Yes, I know.




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Posted by buddhavista on 1/14 at 9:58 am to Baloo
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I'm not embarrassed by anything.

this

why would I be? Its usually fun to say I used to be into XYZ.

Hell, I love throwing out that NKOTB and Tiffany was my first concert. People usually bug out over that.



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Posted by DayBowBow on 1/14 at 10:18 am to Cold Pizza
How about everything I listened to from ages 12-20? The late 90's through the mid 00's was an awful time for music.


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