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Posted on 15 Dec 2011, 11:28:06 GMT
Tikka says:
King Crimson?

Posted on 14 Dec 2011, 17:26:18 GMT
Huck Flynn says:
Eric Claptout - from blues guitar god to doped up MOR soft rocker (and back?)

In reply to an earlier post on 14 Dec 2011, 14:33:57 GMT
Martin says:
You do if you're a Youngster.

Posted on 14 Dec 2011, 14:12:10 GMT
Sera69 says:
Ministry: Nu wave dance to corruscating industrial
Pantera: Shame faced Glam to Metal titans

In reply to an earlier post on 14 Dec 2011, 13:09:46 GMT
Toffeeman says:
Neil..........and back again, and techno vocaliser, to country warbler, and back to grungemeister....still at least it means I don't have to buy everything he records.

Posted on 14 Dec 2011, 10:55:37 GMT
Huck Flynn says:
neil young - from hippy folkster to grungemeister
joni mitchell - from introspective singer songwriter to jazzy composeuse

In reply to an earlier post on 14 Dec 2011, 10:53:38 GMT
Huck Flynn says:
a tad unfair, early Mac produced some classic blues songs and i think much of the new Mac sound is "poppy" rather than bland

Posted on 13 Dec 2011, 15:24:13 GMT
Last edited by the author on 13 Dec 2011, 15:24:49 GMT
Goo Goo Dolls - from awful, power chord-heavy screaming cover versions of 'Don't Fear the Reaper' and 'Sunshine of Your Love' to 'Iris' in 9 years

Posted on 12 Dec 2011, 23:10:16 GMT
Martin says:
Fleetwood Mac - from second-rate English blues-rock to bland American AOR (albeit with a radically different line-up).

Genesis - from prog supremos to artistically pointless techno-pop outfit (albeit with a radically reduced line-up).

Status Quo - from psych-pop group to denim-clad boogie rockers.

Pink Floyd - from psych-rock pioneers to unlistenable arty-farty prog-lite behemoths.

Posted on 5 Dec 2011, 12:29:51 GMT
Sera69 says:
Tiamat have had a similar sound shift; full on death metal at the start of their career through to more progressive death then full on Sisters of Mercy Goth on latter releases. It's all good tho.

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Dec 2011, 17:13:42 GMT
Brass Neck says:
Black Stone Cherry - for two albums the great hope of southern rock/metal but their latest is just a retread of Nickelback. How the mighty ........

Posted on 4 Dec 2011, 16:38:22 GMT
easytiger says:
Ramones-Started off as a punk band but now make croaking noises.

Posted on 4 Dec 2011, 04:15:31 GMT
Last edited by the author on 4 Dec 2011, 04:26:52 GMT
Genesis - Prog to Cr@p in less than 20 years

Posted on 2 Dec 2011, 09:08:40 GMT
Green Carnation - Death metal to more atmospheric metal
Katatonia - Death metal to more of a morbid doom sound in many respects
Paradise Lost - Started off more as a death metal band, before changing to a gothic sound
Anathema - Started life as a death metal band, before totally revamping themselves into an alternative rock band

Posted on 30 Nov 2011, 18:23:54 GMT
Red Mosquito says:
Gong
Tangerine Dream
Radiohead
Kings Of Leon

Initial post: 30 Nov 2011, 17:07:33 GMT
Agma says:
I came across a band called "Therion" who's recent output is quite operatic classically orientated symphonic metal. However their back catalogue - first, second and third albums are full on dark swedish death metal. Now that's a very big change for the same group. What other artists are out there that have changed their sound in a similarly big way?
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