Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Glenn Christense, Apr 23, 2017.
The Mavericks/Raul Malo, Olivia Newton-John, Cher, Madonna, Bananarama, Pet Shop Boys., Chris Isaak.
None. There are too many easy ways to check it out online first before spending wasting my money, and I have yet to find one artist who's created a perfect body of work.
Faith No More
Reverend Horton Heat
Run The Jewels
for me it's a lot less groups than it used to be in the 80's..
too many too name
i do buy a lot of the deluxe boxsets and remasters by bands from the 80's though.
In no particular order...
Steely Dan (and solo albums)
Ben Folds (solo and Five)
... an incomplete list for sure...
The Rolling Stones
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
However, in the distant past (before the internet) I bought each Hendrix, Stones, Rory, Clash or Prince album without hesitation.
Guns N' Roses
Stone Temple Pilots
I never really thought about it for everyone else, but I know for sure Madonna is someone I automatically buy every time she has a new release. And the funniest thing to me is sometimes I have weird dreams where she has like 2 previous albums that I somehow never got into, and I'm like "I'm finally gonna get into those albums" and then when I wake up, I have to laugh cuz I know that would never happen (me skipping one of her albums) in the real world. Haha!
Radiohead, Nick Cave, Wilco, PJ Harvey and The National.
Not as many as there used to be. One definite is Drive-By Truckers. Everything they put out is consistently well done, thoughtful, rock and roll, and I buy it all.
Megadeth and Tool.
That's about all I can think of. It used to be a lot more.
Like others say, not many left...
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Chris & Cosey (or any one of their many aliases)
Page. World Party
Only Elliott Smith.
I'ma say something mean, but.. Tool is literally the easiest band to buy every new album from without looking.
D'Angelo without thinking twice.
First Aid Kit
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