Artists without a duffer in their entire back catalogue

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#101

He’s not crackers. Ravedeath is his one definite misstep. Even his Jetone releases are better than Ravedeath.


#102

So there :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#103

i’d add in radar bros.

probably hood, richter and boats, maybe apparat and son lux (if you count Rigby)


#104

And it’s only really 7 years as well


#105

Yep.


#106

Rated R > Lullabies to Paralyze > Like Clockwork > QOTSA > Songs for the Deaf > Eva Vulgaris


#107

Come on people, tell me you don’t hear any Robbie Williams in this:


#108

you need to get less tinkle in your toes or something.


#109

Don’t get me wrong, I really like it! Just, y’know, probably the one with the most variation in critical opinion.


#110

St. Vincent.


#111

Even the less appealing Wilco albums have much to offer. So I’m going to add Wilco to this surprisingly long list.


#112

It did get bad reviews at the time it came out, but I think its reputation has grown over the years (and quite rightly)


#113

I’ve heard Drukqs so many times, but it was only on the most recent listen that I realised that the plinky music box sound is actually a prepared piano. Until then I thought he’d made his own music boxes!


#114

dälek are pretty consistent - Filthy Tongues, Absence, Abandoned Language, Gutter Tactics and Asphalt for Eden are all strong-to-excellent albums. The Negro Necro Nekros EP was pretty good, and the Deadverse Massive comp was ace too.

Apparently they’re mixing a new one at the moment! :thumbsup:


#115

Not at all. All I hear is a fucking TUNE!


#116

Brand New


#117

As if sounding like Robbie Williams is a bad thing anyway. Let Love Be Your Energy makes me feel happier than most other songs.


#118


any excuse


#119

¯_(ツ)_/¯

Vampyre… sounds nothing like Robbie Williams to me though


#120

Yeah, it was a strange comparison.