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#1
So basically say what albums that really let you down because of one reason or another.

Waiting For The Sun by The Doors
because, songs by the Doors not written by Jim usually suck...but some songs on that album are good
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#2
Opeth - Watershed.
Soon you will sit on the bench
of those who deny I have my soul
You sell a dream you create
Condemned by what you condemned before
Smooth are the words you sing down and high
Underground is your joy your laws
#7
the majority of weezer's catalog, First Impressions of Earth by the strokes, we were dead before the ship even sank
#8
In Through the Out Door by Led Zeppelin. I love In the Evening and Carouselambra, but I don't really care for any other songs.
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#9
Lullabies to Paralyze and whatever the new one is called by Queens of the Stone Age. They used to be good

Every album by Black Sabbath after the first five is crap.
#10
Quote by ninja dude
So basically say what albums that really let you down because of one reason or another.

Waiting For The Sun by The Doors
because, songs by the Doors not written by Jim usually suck...but some songs on that album are good
...

...

Robby wrote a fair amount for that album, and the songs he wrote were actually very good. But, hey, it's all opinion.

For me, I guess I don't like any of the post-Waters albums by Pink Floyd.

EDIT:

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It's still better than The Soft Parade.
The Soft Parade = Very underrated.
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#11
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St. A...nevermind

the newest NIN. just a bunch of elctronica crap, IMO

Try again, if you'll read the thread title it says you have to choose a "great" artist.

My choice would be Liquid Trio Experiments only album, I expected more from them.
#12
Quote by ninja dude
So basically say what albums that really let you down because of one reason or another.

Waiting For The Sun by The Doors
because, songs by the Doors not written by Jim usually suck...but some songs on that album are good

It's still better than The Soft Parade.
Did you know the odds of a Vault-Tec shelter failing are 1,763,497 to 1?

So imagine life in a Vault-Tec Vault. Not just a future.
A brighter future... underground.

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#14
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the majority of weezer's catalog, First Impressions of Earth by the strokes, we were dead before the ship even sank

we were dead before the ship even sank is probably MMs best album, IMO. but as for me AFI-Decemberunderground is just god awful, the epitome of a good band selling out
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we were dead before the ship even sank is probably MMs best album, IMO. but as for me AFI-Decemberunderground is just god awful, the epitome of a good band selling out

Personally, I think the Moon and Antarctica is MM's best.
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#17
Kathaarsys: Verses In Vain.

When I heard the debut, I expected so much from this...not quite...as good...

Opeth: Blackwater Park.

It's not even close to worth any of the hype it gets.
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#18
Quote by FloyDZeD
In Through the Out Door by Led Zeppelin. I love In the Evening and Carouselambra, but I don't really care for any other songs.

I actually enjoyed that album. I thought it was a decent album, defiantly wasn't a complete disappointment.

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#19
I was a big green-day fan before American Idiot...I still am, but this album disappointed me.
Poop.


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#21
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Try again, if you'll read the thread title it says you have to choose a "great" artist.

My choice would be Liquid Trio Experiments only album, I expected more from them.


Thta was more of a jam session while Petrucci was gone. But I have not listened to it yet I just did talk to my dad about it haha.
#22
Nostradamus - Judas Priest. Way too sludgy. The title track was kick ass though.
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#23
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Stadium Arcadium - Red Hot Chili Peppers

Just too many mediocre songs on two discs =\ .


WORD!

and all the other albums after Blood Sugar Sex Magik
#24
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Thta was more of a jam session while Petrucci was gone. But I have not listened to it yet I just did talk to my dad about it haha.

Yeah I know that, but since they're all very proficient with their instruments I guess I just had higher expectations for the album. Honestly I haven't listened to it in a while so this could be a little biased, I should probably get around to giving it another go though.
#25
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It's still better than The Soft Parade.


I disagree. I think that was one of The Doors better albums. I'd have to say A Touch of Grey by the Grateful Dead. Closest they came to selling out
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#27
I love The Number Twelve Looks Like You, but I really just can't get into Mongrel.

And Systematic Chaos is and was NOT worth the hype it got.
#28
Scarsick and BE- both by Pain of Salvation
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#29
Quote by FloyDZeD
In Through the Out Door by Led Zeppelin. I love In the Evening and Carouselambra, but I don't really care for any other songs.

IMO thats their best album there isnt one song on it i don't like, probably because John Paul Jones wrote most of the album
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#30
caress of steel by rush. fly by night rocked but Caress of steel just wasn't up to par
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#31
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I disagree. I think that was one of The Doors better albums. I'd have to say A Touch of Grey by the Grateful Dead. Closest they came to selling out

I agree 100% on Both Statements you made.
#35
St. Anger, but the new album is supposed to be One/Fade to Black type stuff, so maybe it will be better.
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#36
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a matter of life and death-iron maiden was kinda lame

+1 but Dance of Death was very good
#37
Alexisonfire - Crisis

I still love the self titled, and I loved Watch Out a few months after I got it, but Crisis isn't sticking with me at all.

Edit:

Also, Decemberunderground by AFI. I was so pumped for that album, I thought it was going to destroy everything I thought I knew about music, cause Sing the Sorrow was so good. But, it was just boring.

Edit2:

Damn, that guy below me made me remember that Say Anything's latest album wasn't up to par aswell. Everything else they've done is incredible. (Even baseball.)
Last edited by brake_p at Jul 13, 2008,
#38
Well, i know a lot of people who hate on Say Anything, but I thought the first album was songwriting nirvana and then Defense of the Genre made me want to.... toast my favorite socks, or something.
The arena is empty except for one man,
Still driving and striving as fast as he can.
The sun has gone down and the moon has come up,
And long ago somebody left with the cup,
But he's driving and striving and hugging the turns...
#40
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The latest From First to Last and Chiodos albums weren't all that great :/


Bone Palace Ballet was awful the first few listen throughs, but it grows on you.
I really like it minus A Letter To Janelle and Intensity In Ten Cities.
Definitely not as good as AWTEW though.

Quote by brake_p
Damn, that guy below me made me remember that Say Anything's latest album wasn't up to par aswell. Everything else they've done is incredible. (Even baseball.)


I LOVE In Defense of the Genre. I would say the 2nd disc isn't nearly as strong as the 1st, but collectively it's fantastic.
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