everybody has those bands that they used to listen to on heavy rotation but have gone on to mostly forget all about since.

grand funk railroad is one of mine, and every time a song of theirs comes on some sort of shuffle it's almost a mandela effect effect.

bad company is another. same thing happens.

these were both very successful well known bands and should cause my brain no strife. wtf brain.

anyway, I guess this is now a thread of artists you've mostly left in the dust that used to be pillars of your listening room.

and this is a no shame thread. we understand. it happens to everyone eventually.

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@djsundog metallica's entire catalog
Dave Matthews band
311

@balrogboogie yes yes and holy shit I spent the night in jail with the guy from 311 once so hell yes

@djsundog i've probably seen 311 live more than any other single band, lol

@djsundog also I once judged a guitar competition at the Flint Guitar Center with Mark Farner's brother Rick, who was fronting GFR at the time lol

@dustin I was drunk in public, he was in possession of things that were frowned upon and being taught a lesson by his friends and family by being made to wait until morning to get bailed out haha

@balrogboogie Dave Matthews Band are one of those bands for me too. Under the Table and Dreaming was one of the first CDs I bought when I got a CD player, the band was a way I bonded with my freshman roommate because we both played their music all the time, and I probably haven't listened to them at all since. @djsundog

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