Albums you would erase from a discography?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Son of Ziggy, May 14, 2022.

  1. Son of Ziggy

    Son of Ziggy Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Queen’s so called 3rd greatest hits just really irritates for me existing. Maybe Made in Heaven would get the chop too, as it’s only an E.P’s worth of original stuff. Then there is the Paul Rogers travesty.
  2. croquetlawns

    croquetlawns Forum Resident

    George Harrison - Dark Horse.
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  3. Monosterio

    Monosterio Forum Resident

    South Florida
    None. There are some albums I'm not crazy about, even by my favorite artists, but I just accept that they exist. Not to mention there might be other people who like them.
  4. mark winstanley

    mark winstanley Certified dinosaur, who likes physical product

    For me an album is like some kind of musical diary entry in an artists journey.

    Artists have the opportunity to go in all kinds of different directions, and sometimes we like that, and sometimes we don't....... but for artists I love, I can generally find something to like about all their albums....

    I don't generally count compilations, as I'm not really interested in best of's, though I know they serve a purpose.
  5. kundryishot

    kundryishot Forum Resident

    Tubular Bells
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  6. Swamiji

    Swamiji Forum Resident

    Emotions by the Pretty Things. As much as I love the band, I threw the album in the trash. Dreadful.
  7. AngusStanley

    AngusStanley Forum Resident

    Judas Priest Ram It Down.
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  8. DTK

    DTK Forum Resident

    Oh entire discographies by multiple acts. But I guess a prerequisite is actually liking the artist?
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  9. AngusStanley

    AngusStanley Forum Resident

    John Lennon Rock and Roll.

    Everything Ozzy did after Ozzmosis.

    Traveling Wilburies Vol 3.
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  10. Saturns Pattern

    Saturns Pattern Forum Resident

    Like the poster above, I'd also say none. Really, if a person's life is rocked that much because they feel the presence of an album in an artists discography prevents the discography from somehow becoming a "perfect" body of work, I'd say that's the problem of the listener rather than the artist. I mean, you always have the option of choosing not to listen to something.
  11. Monosterio

    Monosterio Forum Resident

    South Florida
    Can you name a few? :evil:
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  12. Cool Chemist

    Cool Chemist Forum Resident

    Bath, England
    None. Fallability is the maiden of humility.
    It is bound with artistry for all time.
  13. 80steen

    80steen John McClane

    West Virginia
    Rock and Roll I can deal with. It has some pretty good covers. I was thinking more like Sometime In New York City
  14. FaithMonkey

    FaithMonkey Forum Resident

    George Michael's Patience. Take it or leave it.
  15. Tecno

    Tecno Well-Known Member

    I personally believe that a complete discography is important. I may not listen to a bad album by an artist that I like, but that doesn't mean that I don't see how important each album is. Everybody has to lose the gamble sometime. A couple of these mediocre albums may even yield a decent single or two.
  16. NasuTek

    NasuTek Forum Resident

    Everything Pink Floyd did after Final Cut.
  17. Andrew J

    Andrew J Forum Resident

    South East England
    Chris De Burgh - all of them.
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  18. davebush

    davebush New Test Leper

    Fonthill, ON
    Eno - "The Drop"
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    New York
  20. Aftermath

    Aftermath Senior Member

    Velvet Underground ~ Squeeze
  21. CDlover

    CDlover Forum Resident

    The Clash - Cut the Crap
  22. ILoveLucille

    ILoveLucille Forum Resident

    Savior's Compound
    Sometime In New York City [Super Deluxe Edition]
  23. Aftermath

    Aftermath Senior Member

    The Who - Magic Bus (The Who on Tour)
  24. veloso2

    veloso2 Forum Resident

    radiohead pablo honey
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  25. UnderTheFloorboards'66

    UnderTheFloorboards'66 Forum Resident

    San Francisco, CA
    David Bowie - David Bowie (1967)

    Paul McCartney - McCartney (1970)
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