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    following on from the music you have grown into thread, what music have you grown out of?

    my late teenage years were spent listening to the most extreme black / death metal I could find. I cant stand it now, in fact I can hardly stand any metal bands now.

    the extreme metal phase ended when I discovered funkadelic
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  • #2
    I had an early teenage phase of dodgy Indie bands with one word names I kind of grew out of and AC/DC thankfully. Oh and a minor industrial phase that consisted of well mainly listening to 'Ministry' a lot as well as American hardcore but it kind of got boring.

    Other than that I tend to revisit certain things these days like British Blues for example, was mad on it at 15. You always come back to good music.
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    • #3
      Which begs the question, if it's good, why did you go off it?
      Tastes change, which is how it should be. It doesn't mean any one sort of music is better than another. It's all out there for our entertainment.
      Everyone tear down your own little wall
      That keeps you from being a part of it all
      Because you've got to be one with the one and all
      You've just got to be close to it all

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      • #4
        This thread has reminded me that I must listen to Rush, Deep Purple, Yes, Led Zep, Bad Company, Robin Trower, Pat Travers, AC DC, and the mighty Priest over the weekend. Thanks Paul-K!
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        • #5
          That's exactly it, still re-visit 'Fugazi' from time to time some things not so much but then I probably only pretended to like them at the time to feel cool.

          Medlar everyone should listen to 'Rush' it should be compulsory from birth, Geddy Lee rocks!

          Originally posted by treeboy View Post
          Which begs the question, if it's good, why did you go off it?
          Tastes change, which is how it should be. It doesn't mean any one sort of music is better than another. It's all out there for our entertainment.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by amidar View Post
            That's exactly it, still re-visit 'Fugazi' from time to time some things not so much but then I probably only pretended to like them at the time to feel cool.

            Medlar everyone should listen to 'Rush' it should be compulsory from birth, Geddy Lee rocks!
            The awesomeness of Rush will be caught up with time (got to say, when they went all 80s synth that was it for me, bye!)
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            • #7
              I agree, I used to have a cut off point of 84 with 'Signals' being the last thing of theirs. I enjoyed nothing that followed but as my anti 80's digital synth hatred softened I've reassessed 'Presto', 'Grace Under Pressure' and 'Roll the Bones' among others of late and they aren't to bad albeit patchy. If you can stand 'Rush' that is otherwise forget it! (they are the definition of a 'Marmite Band')

              Originally posted by medlar View Post
              The awesomeness of Rush will be caught up with time (got to say, when they went all 80s synth that was it for me, bye!)
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              • #8
                Originally posted by amidar View Post
                I agree, I used to have a cut off point of 84 with 'Signals' being the last thing of theirs. I enjoyed nothing that followed but as my anti 80's digital synth hatred softened I've reassessed 'Presto', 'Grace Under Pressure' and 'Roll the Bones' among others of late and they aren't to bad albeit patchy. If you can stand 'Rush' that is otherwise forget it! (they are the definition of a 'Marmite Band')
                True to this thread I have started to pull out a few vynils - first up Led Zep:

                Cod blues
                Cod disco
                Cod eastern mystic

                Fucking awful!

                Next - AC DC

                Highway to Hell

                Bunch of alcoholic satanists looking at the cover - music? dull 3 chord fake blues plod

                To be continued...
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                • #9
                  Sums up the AC DC formula, I'll await your review of the mighty priest with baited breath.
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                  • #10
                    i love that highway to hell album, its really simple
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                    • #11
                      I don't listen to any of the old jazz funk and soul I used to like - stuff like Lonnie Liston Smith, Leroy Hutson, "Places & Spaces" - I don't think it's bad music at all, it's just my tastes have changed and time moves on. I was even thinking about getting rid of my Lee Perry boxsets - not 'cos they're not brilliant - they are - but I've listened to them so many times, I feel like they're in my DNA now.

                      Trying to think of stuff I used to love that I now think is BAD, nothing springing to mind straight away.
                      "As technology has advanced, vinyl records are outdated as they are music from the 19th Century so only hipsters and elderly people buy vinyl records".

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by amidar View Post
                        Sums up the AC DC formula, I'll await your review of the mighty priest with baited breath.
                        All good with the Priest! Still rocks after all these years. The banshee howl of Rob Halford has never been equaled aaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
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                        • #13
                          I still revisit Led Zep occasionally. Over the years (lots of them) the two lps that do come out are the first and third. The first because it has the excitement of a new beginning. The third because of the diversity and the ominous mood which overshadows it, but mainly because I still think The Immigrant song is a hoot.
                          Went to see Rush on the 1st UK tour and was smitten. Started getting twitchy after Farewell To Kings. Haven't played any of their records for over 20 years. Maybe they should go? Maybe I should listen to them with "20 years on" ears?
                          I don't think you ever really leave stuff behind for good. It's part of your musical taste development process. Sometimes I look at things I haven't played for years and think "why have I still got that?". Sometimes I'll play it, and usually there will be buried memories associated with it. Even if it's just a memory of what a twat I was, it's part of how I arrived here............listen to me "Rambling on". Actually Zeppelin 2 has its moments now I've said that
                          Everyone tear down your own little wall
                          That keeps you from being a part of it all
                          Because you've got to be one with the one and all
                          You've just got to be close to it all

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                          • #14
                            I have no probs with the Zeps 1-4, 2 and 4 probably being my faves but they are etched into my brain so rarely get played these days.

                            You should defo come back to the darkside with Rush TB

                            I reckon it was his tight leather pants and constant law breaking that gave Halford his trademark squeal!
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                            • #15
                              Rainbow

                              I converted many schoolmates to the sounds of Blackmore's latest incarnation, and indeed, listening to it now, it rocks! Stargazer? Cod eastern mystic dun proper guv.
                              Perhaps this isn't about stuff you don't listen to anymore....
                              A Light In The Black had the speed that I was looking for back in those days, and then punk came along
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