The Chemical Brothers. What number album are they even on these days?
The National, and the album is the same song 13 times over.
This is true, but also I really like that album so it’s OK
I think you’ll find I will always love you is nothing like I wanna dance with somebody
Feels like a very reductive notion.
If the songs are good enough, it is irrelevant imo.
When it feels like the band said “ach, that’ll do” then it’s fine to be unforgiving.
This would mean all drone artists apply
I love both albums I listed. Very happy for those furrows.to remain plloughed
More artists should do this, IMO. Artistic evolution is overrated. Just give us good music!
Tell that to Ringo
Somebody probably should tell him to give us good music tbqfh
Not sure band of horses is a good example. The second album didn’t change the sound loads but it was definitely a poppier, more mainstream album than the first for example.
RHCP, I’m presuming
I read quite a good comment about RHCPs today, the source was uncredited:
“The first time I saw them, I thought it was some kind of adult Make-A-Wish scenario, because you have these three amazing musicians just jamming out, and then suddenly this grown man in a diaper runs on stage screaming ‘Yabba-dabba-dabba-doo-now!’”
Anyway, my suggestion for this thread would be Radar Bros - every album is very similar and usually great.
yeh nothing worse than when you fall in love with an artists/album and then the follow up is a completely different sound.
Im a man of routine!
especially ‘atmospheric’ black metal
The War on Drugs?
(i question as i have only heard 1 album but that was don henley core 11 or 12 times so i guess its the same for the albums)
Aye, wee joke because of all the self titleds