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dm 4:26 Wed Oct 14
consecutive studio albums that sound completely different
I can think of a few where its difficult to believe its the same artist.

Manfred Mann's Earth Band
- Chance and Somewhere in Afrika

Pink Floyd
- The Final Cut and A Momentary Lapse of Reason

Adam and the Ants
- Dirk wears White Sox and Kings of the Wild Frontier

Al Stewart
- Famous Last Words and Between the Wars

Amy Studt
- My Paper Made Men and Happiest Girl in the Universe


UFO - UFO2 Flying and Phenomenon

Marillion - Holidays in Eden and Brave

Adam Ant - Strip and Vive Le Rock

David Bowie - Diamond Dogs and Young Americans

Yes - The Yes Album and Fragile

Camel - Stationary Traveller and Dust & Dreams

IQ - The Wake and Nomzamo

Queen - The Game and Hot Space

Faith No More - The Real Thing and Angel Dust

any others?

I thought of Mike Oldfield, but I wouldn't know where to start as he has changed musical direction so many times.

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Russ of the BML 1:19 Fri Oct 16
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Iron Duke 12:48 Thu Oct 15

Good shout.

Takashi Miike 12:14 Thu Oct 15
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nirvana - nevermind (pop band)/in utero (rock band)

violator 11:39 Thu Oct 15
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Tears for fears...the hurting..songs from the big chair

zebthecat 1:02 Thu Oct 15
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Prodigy (well Liam Howlett really) were and still are fantastic.
The moment they decided that guitars were the difference was the turning point. Ministry did a similar thing when they released Psalm 69.
I agree that Invaders must die is my favourite.

simon.s 12:54 Thu Oct 15
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The Human League
Travelogue, Dare

Iron Duke 12:48 Thu Oct 15
Re: consecutive studio albums that sound completely different
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs, Reflector

Takashi Miike 12:31 Thu Oct 15
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russ, I've got a lot of concert dvds but the world's on fire one they filmed in milton keynes is by far the best. i saw them a couple of times, supporting oasis in knebworth (stole the show) & later in brixton

Russ of the BML 12:18 Thu Oct 15
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Mad dog. I love them mate. Always have.

And yeah, Poison is a track off Jilted that could sit nicely on Fat of the Land. It leads Jilted into that era.

Love the early stuff. The Experience has become a very nostalgic and evocative album for me. Takes me back to care free days.

I even like the so called "worst" album that Liam did on his own with Spitfire on it. Got some decent tracks. There is a track on it that samples Michael Jacksons Thriller. Good track.

zebthecat 11:54 Wed Oct 14
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Devin Townesend's entire oevre.
Extreme Metal followed by Ambient and Showtunes pretty much.

Neil Young too. From folk to his Crazy Horse heavy rock noise (Arc Weld is awesome) and the the sore thumb that is Trans.

Hermit Road 11:48 Wed Oct 14
Re: consecutive studio albums that sound completely different
NOW

Now that’s what I call Music

/

Now that’s what I call music 2

Mad Dog 11:47 Wed Oct 14
Re: consecutive studio albums that sound completely different
Russ. Not denying that. I think it also had something to do with the success of "poison".

Personally I still love their early stuff (and some of the recent ones like "omen") and have ironically been listening to them again at the gym the last week or so.

oioi 11:44 Wed Oct 14
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Astral Weeks
Moondance

Van Morrison

Bungo 9:46 Wed Oct 14
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SecondOpinion 8:47 Wed Oct 14

That's odd? I usually find a little bit of Marmite.

oioi 9:01 Wed Oct 14
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Their Satanic Majesties Request
Beggars Banquet

Russ of the BML 9:00 Wed Oct 14
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Mad Dog:

I think Prodigy moved with the times.

The Experience was Rave / Hardcore. Jilted was Hard Dance and then Fat Of was Big Beat / Electro.

They are very much albums of their environment at time of release.

SecondOpinion 8:47 Wed Oct 14
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Bungo 7:14 Wed Oct 14
Re: consecutive studio albums that sound completely different

There's ignorance at the bottom of a marmite jar

Mad Dog 7:56 Wed Oct 14
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Prodigy. First 2 albums vs all the other ones. Jilted generation to fat of the land was a huge shift in tone. I hate fat of the land

Don't mind invaders must die album

New Jersey 7:53 Wed Oct 14
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Rod Stewart -

Never a dull moment to Atlantic crossing where he started on the path to disco diva. (although there was a sort of covers album in between)

MaryMillingtonsGhost 7:39 Wed Oct 14
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Bungo 7:07

Four, if you include War.

Plan B, The Defamation Of Strickland Banks - Ill Manors

scouse kid 7:35 Wed Oct 14
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Ocean Colour Scene to Mosley Shoals from opportunist baggy/shoe gazing debut to awful cod small faces Weller inspired follow up

Both albums were shit and the whole band were cunts and if I ever the day I caught the fucking train again I will vomit

only1billybonds 7:22 Wed Oct 14
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50 obvs.

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