this has happened to a few bands with "duplicate" names. Perhaps those with THE goo goo dolls are going elsewhere?? I know the 30 seconds to mars vs. THIRTY seconds to mars is having similar trends. =(
Anyone else find the transitions between John's and Robby's different song styles really jarring? I never used to but relistening to the albums as a 30-something, I just can't swing between their distinct styles the way their albums force you to... long story short, I made a playlist of just John's songs - I love his earthy vocals, his melodies and his lyrics - and I'm not sorry. I like some of Robby's songs too but they sound like two completely different bands.
I think the 2 things people dread happening the most is, 1. A golden shower during a satisfying meatloaf dinner. 2. Unexpected explosive diarrhea while checking out your favorite books in a quiet library.
Just heard them for the first time. With a name like that I always figured it was a silly girl band, so never got around to listening before. Heard them today because of the Topsify Rock Classics playlist on Spotify.
I've felt that about most of their music after Gutterflower. I did like Let Love In, but it was around then where it felt like they didn't have the same heart/edge anymore. Oh well. I did see them for a 2nd time after that album, and they were still great live.
Superstar Car Wash to Let Love In all range from good to great. The last 2 (unless there's one after Magnetic i'm unaware of) are pretty uneventful, outside of 'Home', which I found catchy. Hold Me Up is also pretty good, despite it's rawness. Not a fan of the earliest, more punk-driven material.