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What are you listening to? Is it good? 2.0

I couldn't find the new version of this topic, so I hope I'm not being presumptuous by starting another one. Old topic:

https://forum.audiob.us/discussion/24489/what-are-you-listening-to-is-it-good/p1

To start it off:

I've been listening to a lot of Sweet though only a collection of hits, and the Polydor era albums before they broke up.

I love their early rocky stuff. I also can see now why the latter albums did not do as well with their core audience. They're not bad, but they sound very different-- and not only because the lead singer is gone, but the arrangements too. Their new label apparently wasn't interested in promoting the band (according to interviews I've seen), so they also failed find a new audience with these. Too bad, because they were really talented.

I'm listening to "A" by Andy Scott's Sweet. It's much more of my jam than the Polydor albums because it's more hard rock in the style I like:

If I'd known about this album back in the 90s after grunge took over, I think I would have had a much better time with rock music. Very expensive to buy this album now, though, which sucks for me, haha.

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  • edited April 2023

    I usually wouldn't listen to this type of music, but maybe the movie associated with it had an effect on my appreciation of it:

    Trouble In Mind

  • edited May 2023

    Heard on hypnagogue podcast ... which is always quality! > @id_23 said:

  • edited May 2023

    duplicate post sorry

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  • edited July 2023

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  • @Poppadocrock said:
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    No.
    It is wretched. An abomination.
    However, you can decide for yourself:

  • BenBen
    edited July 2023

    Rebel rebel your face is a mess, rebel rebel…
    I thought it was a cover with that intro.

  • edited July 2023

    @Ben said:
    Rebel rebel your face is a mess, rebel rebel…
    I thought it was a cover with that intro.

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  • @HotStrange said:

    @Poppadocrock said:
    One of my favorite Bands since the 2010’s or so Unknown Mortal Orchestra did a sick NPR Tiny Desk Concert Recently. It’s brilliant.

    I remember hearing Ffunny Ffriends for the first time when it came out years ago and was instantly hooked. Tried to get all my friends into them, but it didn’t really work. A few years later multi-love comes out, they kinda blow up, and then they all started to listen 😂 those first 2 albums are magical. I love the others as well but the first 2 had a super LoFi charm that stuck with me because it was also very emotive and earnest.

    Agreed. I did something similar, lol. I love multi love. I love how he has evolved.

  • @Poppadocrock said:
    New jam by two greats tame Impala and Thundercat

    Great combo! Wasn't a big fan of the solo Thundercat album I heard, but what a bass player!

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