Albums where side A and B are different styles


#1

Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Rust Never Sleeps
Bobby Dillman - Bringing It All Back Home

Both these do the one side electric, one side acoustic to great effect

Must be loads of other examples. Fire


#2

David Bowie - Low


#3

Descendents - I Don’t Wanna Grow Up


#4

Minilogue - Animals
Side A - full-on techno
Side B - pure ambient


#5

Black Flag - My War (side A is fast hardcore punk, side B is slow metal doom not unlike Black Sabbath)


#6

Guns ‘n’ Roses - Lies


#7

Felt - The Pictorial Jackson Review

Side one: short guitar pop songs
Side two: long keyboard instrumentals


#8

New Order - Brotherhood
Side A guitars
Side B synths


#9

Virtually every CD I have:
Side A - music
Side B - nothing


#10

Does that new Angel Olsen album count?
1st half - short poppy songs
2nd half - longer less poppy songs


#11

The King Of Limbs


#12

Pink Floyd Meddle
Side 1: relatively concise songs
Side 2: sprawling prog party


#13

Jane’s Addiction - Ritual de lo Habitual

Side A - Funky hair metal
Side B - Sprawling psych-prog


#14

Danny Brown XXX
he then did it on Old and it didn’t just work as well


#15

Glad someone made this joke

(Although I’d have gone with Side B just being a whirring CD player sound forever.)


#16

Yellow Submarine


#17

WHAT DID YOU CALL ME?!


#18

I guess


come into this too?

I’d love to own one.


#19

Is XXX in two sides? I have honestly never noticed.


#20

Hounds of Love (pop/prog)