hiimSMAP;3961003 said:That's actually right.
Bleach is even more overrated of a Nirvana album than Nevermind.
Dream Theater, on balance, has been better with Jordan Rudess than with Kevin Moore.
killer_roach;3961198 said:Bleach is even more overrated of a Nirvana album than Nevermind.
Gowienczyk;3961209 said:Not as much as In Utero, though.
killer_roach;3961198 said:It's a travesty that we haven't seen more bands trying to revive the various styles of 80s music.
by Nirvana fan standards
Gowienczyk;3961218 said:Hahaha, no it's really not.
Gowienczyk;3961240 said:Bleach is their noise rock/punk prime and has their best material.
People around here seem to believe that since the first three songs are played so much, they aren't good
Gowienczyk;3961253 said:I like every song on Nevermind and you really don't know the forum members at all if you think 'cool' and 'mainstream' are factors.
TheRollingBones;3961258 said:Not talking about you specifically. And btw, just because you read posts by a person on a video game forum doesn't mean you know them at all.
instantdeath999;3960781 said:I can see some merit in Nickelback, and really haven't listened to ICP enough to comment. However, I think that pretty much every band falling under the crunk core genre, particularly brokeNCYDE, are all very adept at doing everything possible horribly wrong.
Quaszar;3961281 said:Favorite Pink Floyd cd is Animals
Gowienczyk;3961240 said:Also In Utero is their most creative and adventurous, but it falls flat on being completely dull and mediocre. Nevermind is Nirvana almost completely removed from their noise rock/noise punk roots and is hit/miss. Bleach is their noise rock/punk prime and has their best material.
TheRollingBones;3961285 said:Fair enough, but still. I wouldn't say you 'know' anyone until you've met them for real.
instantdeath999;3961291 said:Just a few comments on each. Bleach- I agree it has their best material in a song-by-song basis, but I feel like a lot of it was in imitation of their peers. Not that that's a bad thing, but I think they display the least amount of individuality on the album.Nevermind- Slightly overproduced, though has some fantastic songs (Something in the Way, Drain You, Lithium). The faster paced songs don't work as well, like Stay Away and Territorial Pissings.In Utero- I personally disagree about it being dull. I find "Scentless Apprentice", "Pennyroyal Tea", and "All Apologies" as exciting as anything on Bleach.