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Bands/artists I stopped caring about

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People I obsessed over during my childhood years and stopped caring about them later on around the same time period.
I used to love their music when I was 9-12. Monkey Business actually used to be my favorite album of all time. I remember when I was waiting for their next album and their was that awful Fergie album that I actually liked back then and it made me more excited for their next album. When I heard it I was pretty disappointed, but I still liked their older stuff. When I heard their song Dirty Bit, I thought that was when they sunk all time low. It was so bad that I don't even like their old songs anymore. I will never listen to their music again. (At least by choice.)
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This is one of the most embarrasing one on this list. I didn't see what the big deal was at first, but when I listened to him again and liked him a piece of my common sense died with me for seven months. Want to know how obsessed I was with Soulja Boy? I knew the fucking dance to his hit song!!! I also got butthurt whenever someone said something bad about him. Around the time I stopped caring about him I thought it was amusing that I heard someone refer to Will Smith as "Soulja Boy" in the movie Hancock.
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These are one of those bands that make me ashamed to be Canadian. I used to really love their music and I was waiting for their next album. Unfortunately when it came out I still liked them. Two years after it came out I realized how much they sucked. I find getting a heartburn less painful than listening to their whiny music.
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I actually liked and still like some of the songs I've heard from Billy Talent II. When I heard a couple of the songs from Billy Talent III I was like "This is the best they could come up with?"
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I still like their older stuff, but I think they should retire now. American Idiot used to be one of my favorite albums. I actually didn't get tired of that album until last year when I heard "American Idiot" on the radio and just realized that I don't care for that album anymore. All their songs and albums after that get old very fast.
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When their song "Shake it" came out I really loved that song and I would listen to it constantly. After listening to it so many times I just didn't like it anymore. The funny thing is it wasn't me playing it over and over again that killed it for me, it was the radio playing it over and over again that killed it for me.
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When I first heard their songs I thought it reminded me of Jim Carrey if he was in a band. Now I think it's an insult to Jim Carrey. Now most of their songs is OK, but that song Pretty Fly for a White Guy is so obnoxious and so fucking stupid that it's pretty much unlistenable.

Update: I actually did listen to all of their albums recently and I found a lot to like from their albums, well at least from Ignition to Ixnay on the Hombre. Still they slowly went downhill after that then started to redeem themselves with Splinter, but then just released a couple of forgettable albums. While I did stop caring about them at one point, I'll still check out their newest album. That is if they will release one more after Days Gone By as Dexter Holland's voice seems to be aging and doesn't sound the same as he used to.
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I don't know what I ever saw in them. I did like them in 2006, but in 2007 I slowly stopped caring about them. Then I lost all respect for them when they did a horrible cover of Michael Jackson's Beat It.
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Another band that makes me ashamed to be Canadian. Around the time I stopped caring about them I was on a UFO ride at an amusement park. At first the guy in charge of the ride was playing Jason Mraz and I thought "I doubt this is the music aliens would play when abducting people." After that song I heard a song with a cool guitar riff and I thought it was heavy metal, but when I heard the lyrics I was like "Damn it! It's Nickelback!"
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Their a bunch of Nickelback wannabes that are even worse than the band their imitating.
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With most artists I liked back then, their songs would get old in a few months. His song Low on the other hand I only liked for a few days!
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I like their songs Buddy Holly and Say it ain't So and I'm actually tempted to listen to their early albums. Obviously I didn't know about those songs when I was young, but I knew their awful and incredibly overrated song called Beverly Hills. It's just them singing about them wanting to be rich and famous when they already are. But their songs from their album after Make Believe were even worse.

Update: I have know listened to The Blue Album and Pinkerton and they were both great albums. The Green Album was decent, but it's when they started to become mainstream. Everything else after that sucked.

Another update: So they released a new album called Everything Will Be All Right in the end which has the same style of The Blue Album and Pinkerton and it was great. So while I'm starting to like them again, I'm going to keep them on the list just because I did stop caring about them at one point.
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Stick to acting. You're better at it.
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Lollipop was his only song I listened to back then. It took a few months before it got really old.
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These videos sum up her music very well.

Update: OK, so I randomly decided to listen to a No Doubt album out of curiousity and I actually really liked it and I listened to all the other albums that they've done and found a lot to like from them. There were even a few songs that I've actually heard before and I was like "Wait a minute, I actually like this song." I really like their style of music and quite a few memorable songs. It's hard to believe though that the same Gwen Stefani that was in that band was also the one who sang Hollaback Girl.
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Surprise, surprise. An inclusion on this list that's more embarrassing than Soulja Boy.
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People I stopped caring about in more recent years.
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Back in the day I loved Kid Rock's music. When I first heard his song "Picture" I would obsess over the song and would get really excited whenever it was on the radio. As the years went by I got more interested in his albums and I'll just say that Devil Without A Cause is the best album he's ever released. He's never been able to top that album, but he's released some other good ones like Cocky, Kid Rock and Rock 'N Roll Jesus which is his last good album. Though that's not to say all the songs on that album were good as All Summer Long is a godawful song where it's just him being overly-nostalgic and reminiscing on his past and it just has really terrible lyrics, but for the most part the album was decent.

Ever since that album it's all downhill from here. Born Free is just very dull and besides the titled song which is Born Free, none of the songs on that album stand out. Rebel Soul is slightly better and does have a few decent songs, but not very many. First Kiss however is the worst album yet. Just like Born Free none of the songs stand out besides the title song. The rest of the songs on that album are just so boring and terrible. Kid Rock just isn't the same musician he used to be and I think he was much more fun when he wasn't just reminiscing on the old days like he does now instead of actually making the kind of music he used to make. Not to mention that he takes himself so damn seriously as a musician these days.
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I got into his music in 2013 when I listened to both of his Man on the Moon albums and I loved the hell out of both of them. I loved his style of blending in rap music while having some relaxing music to go along with it and his lyrics were very thoughtful. Around that same year Indicud came out, so I then listened to that album. I wasn't too crazy about it and after I heard it for a second time I felt the same way, but it still had some decent cuts. It's a huge step down from his first two albums, but it was still listenable and one weak album wasn't going to drive me away.

Then in 2014 Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon was released, but I had no idea it even existed until one year later when I was working on my Best albums of 2014 list. I thought it was worse than Indicud with it being boring, rushed uninspired and there weren't too many good tracks on it. It didn't help that it was released one year after his last release and it seems like he was starting to do the one album a year thing that some artists do which rarely works out. It was different from his previous albums, but unfortunately that doesn't mean it was good.

I was starting to lose hope for Kid Cudi, but I still believed he could come back and make good music like he used to. Then in 2015 he released another album called Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven which is one of the worst albums that I've ever heard. This time he decided to do a rock album and it was abysmal in every way. He cannot carry a rock track to save his life and the lyrics in this album are typical angsty bullshit that I would expect from a Simple Plan album. It was such a disaster and it made me lose the tiny bit of hope that I had for him and now Kid Cudi is dead to me. I may listen to Man on the Moon III if that ever happens just because the first two mean so much to me, but I am not expecting it to be good.
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Idea inspired by the giraffe From 1996-2008 I had a shitty taste in music. I know in 2006 I listened to a variety of old and new music, but from 2007-2008 it was mostly about the new music. In late 2008 on the way home from a hockey game, the radio was on a modern station and I realized that I'm getting tired of this mainstream music. I then decided to listen to mostly classic rock from late 2008-2011. Now I listen to a variety.

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Posted: 4 years, 7 months ago at Aug 26 3:48
Nice job! If you like "Buddy Holly" and "Say It Ain't So" then you owe it to yourself to listen to the blue album (or simply Weezer as it used to be known before they kept releasing self-titled albums in various colors). And if you dig all of that (which is likely), then pick up Pinkerton. After that you'll wonder how the same band even recorded Make Believe or anything else they've recorded for that matter.

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