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.

the first two compact discs I personally owned were gifted to me along with my first compact disc player (a top loading boom box model from radio shack with cassette for sweet sweet from digital mixtape action)

sgt pepper and the doors debut album

I currently own neither and do not miss them at all.

@djsundog the first two compact discs i personally owned were Béla Fleck: Live at the Quick and Don Ross: Robot Monster and i don’t listen to them enough tbh

@Lady @djsundog For me: Iron Butterfly, "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" and Nirvana, "Nevermind".

@Lady @djsundog Also, I'm so glad to know that you like Béla Fleck. "Stomping Grounds" is one of my favorite songs, and I went to many of his/their concerts as a kid.


@noelle @djsundog everybody in band in high school loved Béla Fleck because we did a percussion ensemble arrangement of The Sinister Minister one year

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