Buzzkill_1970;4888378 said:I used to love Green Day. Then came American Idiot. A bit of a change, but still good. Then 20th Century completely sucked, and what's up with their even newer crap? Not interested in the new DLC. Is it just me? Anyone else?
jibjqrkl;4888449 said:except for Motörhead
Witticus;4888450 said:Wrong, I swear to god Lemmy's mole gets bigger every day.
dog037;4888453 said:AC/DC never changes.
Lawdog1521;4888556 said:As I said in another thread, Billy Joe has always come off as a douche in the interviews I've seen.
dragoninforcer;4888606 said:*Billie Joe
dragoninforcer;4888405 said:They grew up.
Pankrazzo;4888495 said:They get older.
DerLindwurm;4888381 said:They got old, but decided that it was so important that the world keep hearing their generic punk rock message that they're morally obliged to keep going. This kind of thing happens to lots of bands.
lvmathemagician;4888684 said:They still have the same lineup they started with.
Witticus;4888444 said:Being a 90's child, my heart still lies with Dookie. I was fond of American Idiot and found 21st Century Breakdown a decent album, but I still enjoy their earlier material way more. Bands change over time, that's just how it goes.
Lowlander2;4888984 said:Great Southern Trendkill for worst RB full album.
HeyRiles;4889121 said:There would probably no greater sin in this world than if a couple 40 year olds made an album about being a useless teenThat said, Green Day is quickly heading towards modern Def Leppard territoryAddendum: Just like with Coldplay's Paradise last year, Oh Love wins this year in terms of 'most unimaginative popular song of 2012'
GNFfhqwhgads;4889122 said:Is Oh Love even popular? Outside of that damn slot machine, the only time I've been exposed to it was once when me and @Dr_Johnitor were getting in his car, and as the radio turns on, we heard 'Oh luh-ove', both nope'd, and changed it before anything else was heard.So yeah, once.