Bands whose every album sounds the exact same:
not deaf take
Are you insulting them? Or is that a good thing? I feel like you made this post to anger the Hum people. I don't think they all sound the exact same, they use similar sounds and tones sure but the song structures are always different..
They’re just a knock off Modest Mouse and Unwound ripoff anyway.
They don't even sound that way.
>the Hum people
the Hum people?
Hum fan here. I would say that the band has very consistent sound throughout their career, they just emphasise different part on each album (all of which are great). Electra is most traditional post-hardcore Hum has ever been, You'd Prefer an Astronaut takes into more straight rock direction, Downward is Heavenward rams up the shoegaze and space rock aspects while Inlet leans heavily onto that alt-metal aspect Hum always had in them, here just more pronounced that ever.
Personally Downward is Heavenward is my favourite by them. The lyrics are their most poetic yet and the sound is explorative and confident. This album finds their music at its most quiet but still extremely heavy.
But yeah, every Hum record rocks, even Fillet Show while not really polished has very strong basis already.
Isle of the Cheetah might be one of the best songs ever made. I almost get erect when those metal chugs kick in at the 50 second mark, and the riff at 4:49 sounds like being safe at home. Comfort.
Ms Lazarus is probably my favorite lyrically, I think its about someone passing away which I happened to find that song at a time when someone I knew passed so it forever is special to me.
angels & airwaves
Kind of but I still like all their albums
Isn't it the other way round really?
Everyone knows this is true, but I can't blame them because even if they only have 3 songs, 2/3 of them are bangers.
Catfish and the bottlemen
Green Day for the last 25 years
The Birthday Massacre
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