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Bigbad | 20:02 Sat 19th Sep 2020 | Music
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But only up to a certain point?
fiction-factory’s thread below about Queen got me thinking about this.
I like all their albums up to and including Night At The Opera, but none of them after that.
Only yesterday I put Kacey Musgraves first 2 albums on a memory stick for my DIL, and told her there is a third, but I deleted it because I don’t like it, no matter how hard I try.
When she releases another album, I wont be bothering with it.

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Liked Led Zeppelin 1 and 2 albums but nothing after those first two.
Loads...Duran Duran, Rio was the best album. David Bowie and Elton John, loved their 70s and very early 80s stuff but not much thereafter.
Yes, I had lots of groups where I used to get all their albums and then suddenly stopped- e.g. Queen I bought them all then stopped after The Game I think; ELO likewise until stopping after Discovery; Blondie until Eat the Beat; Pink Floyd until Animals and 10cc until How Dare You. The only group I bought right to the end were Oasis. I'm not sure why I stopped in each case as I still liked them but the excitement with which I used to anticipate albums stopped for some reason
Travelling Wilburys.
Loved Dylan from the start until Hurricane (1975) then more or less ignored him.
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I love all Eagles albums up to The Long Run, which I know they struggled with, but there are only a couple of tracks on it I like.
There is nothing I like on the much anticipated Long Road Out Of Eden. I was very disappointed with it.

I do listen to albums several times before giving up on them, though.
I liked the Beatles early work but I found some of their later output to be totally confusing to me.
David Crosby, '' If I Could Only Remember My Name,'' is one of my favourites, and, '' Cowboy Movie,'' one of my favourites tracks.
Yes....Fragile
Kings of Leon's first two albums I listen to every week but can get through any of the others.
And for a laugh at a gathering, George Formby. Brilliant innuendo.
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So if you only liked Yes up to Fragile, Ryzen, there’s more you don’t like than do. Rather like me with Queen.

Funny how you can find some bands absolutely brilliant up to a point, and then find everything else absolute rubbish.
It’s not like its a slow going off or outgrowing something.
//Loved Dylan from the start until Hurricane (1975) then more or less ignored him.//

That's fair enough. You got Blood on the Tracks and Tangled Up in Blue in before quitting Dylan.
Stevie Wonder, up to and including Songs In The Key Of Life.

John Cale's debut album, Paris 1919 is wonderful. Everything I heard afterwards is utter tosh.
Just about Mozz and only some tracks from Blood on the Tracks - just thought the whole Hurricane LP tremendous.
Bee Gees, Fantastic, and before any smart esra says it
"Staying Alive"
Bette midler
Probably Neil Diamond or Frank Sinatra
U2 up to Joshua Tree. After that tgeyt musically disappeared up their own collective chuff.
Not all that important but the album is Desire.

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