OTIS said:For me, one of the biggest contributors to the sour taste of a tune on an album is contrast. If the tune preceding it sets a vibe that gets completely derailed by the one following in a non-complementary way, I find I develop a hatred for that tune. Thankfully, the MP3 world has largely contributed to equal rights for all tune consumption.
I can't seem to remember examples at the moment, probably due to the willful repression of their memory.
Flashy_McFlash said:'We Only Come Out At Night' - Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness...WTF guys.
Pretty much the whole John Fuschiante solo album that he did between stints with the Chili Peppers. If you ever want to make your brain leak out, this is the album for you.
R4V4G3D_SKU11S said:What I would do, if the technology existed, would be to "burn" the existing CD onto a new disc and don't include the offending track.
Word. Especially because it comes after XYU which is like a fucking bombast of a track and then they swing right into total cheese.Flashy_McFlash said:'We Only Come Out At Night' - Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness...WTF guys.
Haha. I was just thinking that. Dispite them being my favourite band of the 90s I'd agree 100%.JESuX said:eugh. good choice.
i think there's one song like that on every pumpkins album that i dislike.
let me think....