Bands Whose Entire Discography You've Listened To

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    StrictlyJohnD

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    These are the bands who, when they dropped an album, you stopped whatever you were doing and listened to said album in its entirety.

    Aside from Linkin Park for me, there was Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Slapshock, and Rivermaya. The latter two are bands from the Philippines.
     
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    *Inserts about 1000 artists here*

    Not even joking either.
     
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    Damn. </Thread>
     
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    Architects
    A$AP Rocky
    Abandoning Sunday
    Above-Ground
    Ab-Soul

    Adam Lambert
    Akon
    Alan Jackson
    Alex & Sierra
    The All-American Rejects
    Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness
    Angels & Airwaves
    Architects
    Ariana Grande
    As It Is
    Asking Alexandria
    Athel
    Atlas Genuis
    Atreyu
    Attack Attack! (US)
    Audioslave
    Augustana
    Avril Lavgine
    B.o.B.
    Basement
    Beartooth
    The Beattles
    Billy Currington
    Birdy
    The Black Dove Society
    The Black Eyed Peas
    Blake Shelton
    Blessthefall
    Blue October
    Blue Sky Archives
    Blur
    Bon Jovi
    Born of Osiris
    Boston Manor
    Bowling For Soup
    Box Car Racer
    Boys Like Girls
    Brad Paisley
    Brand New
    Breaking Benjamin
    Bring Me The Horizon
    Bruno Mars
    BTFL
    Bullet For My Valentine
    Cam
    Canaan Smith
    Care Bears on Fire
    Casey James
    Cash Cash
    Cassadee Pope
    The Chainsmokers
    Chamillionaire
    Chevelle
    Chickenfoot
    Childish Gambino
    CHVRCHES
    Circa Survive
    The Civil Wars
    CKY
    Close Your Eyes
    Cole Swindell
    Common
    Counting Crows
    Crown the Empire
    Crystal Castles
    Curren$y
    Cute Is What We Aim For
    Daft Punk
    Dan+Shay
    Dance Gavin Dance
    Darius Rucker
    Dashboard Confessional
    Danny Brown
    Daughter
    A Day to Remember
    Dead by Sunrise
    Death Cab For Cutie
    Destroy the Runner
    Duece
    Dierks Bentley
    The Dillinger Escape Plan
    Disturbed
    Don Borco
    Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment
    Dr. Dre
    Drive Like I do
    The Early November
    Ed Sheeran
    Eisley
    EL-P
    Eminem
    Enter Shikari
    Eric Paslay
    Escape the Fate
    Evanescence
    Explosions In the Sky
    Far East Movement
    Fetty Wap
    Finch
    Five Finger Death Punch
    Flyleaf
    Foo Fighters
    For Today
    Forever, The Sickest Kids
    Fort Minor
    Four Year Strong
    Foxing
    Frank Ocean
    Frankie Ballard
    The Fray
    Free Throw
    The Front Bottoms
    Fun.
    The Gaslight Anthem
    General Larry Platt
    George Ezra
    Gerrard Way
    Gym Class Heroes
    Grey Daze
    GRiZ
    Halsey
    Handguns
    Hellogoodbye
    Hey Monday
    High School Sucks
    Hit The Lights
    Hunter Hayes
    I Prevail
    I See Stars
    Imagine Dragons
    Incubus
    Innerpartysystem
    Issues
    Jake Owen
    Jana Kramer
    Jon Bellion
    Jonah 33
    Julia Nunes
    Justin Timberlake
    Kanye West
    Keane
    Keith Urban
    Kelsea Ballerini
    Kendrick Lamar
    Kenny Chesney
    Kids In the Way
    Kids These Days
    The Killers
    Killer Mike
    Killswitch Engage
    Knife Party
    Knuckle Puck
    Korn
    Lady Antebellum
    Lana Del Rey
    Lazerbeak
    Lecrae
    Lee Brice
    Less Than Jake
    Life On the Sideline
    Linkin Park
    LMFAO
    The Lonely Island
    Low Level Flight
    Maddie and Tae
    Major League
    Man Overboard
    Manchester Orchestra
    Matt Kearney
    Matt and Kim
    McCafferty
    Melanie Martinez
    Metro Station
    MGMT
    Modern Baseball
    Modest Mouse
    Moose Blood
    Blackstar
    Clipse
    Muse
    MxPx
    My Chemical romance
    The Naked and Famous
    Nas
    The National
    Neck Deep
    Neutral Milk Hotel
    Nirvana
    No Doubt
    NSync
    Oasis
    Of Monsters and Men
    The Offspring
    Old Dominion
    One Direction (#NoShame)
    OneRepublic
    Our Last Night
    OutKast
    Owl City
    Pete Yorn
    Phantom Party
    Pierce the Veil
    Pink Floyd
    Plain White T's
    The Police
    Porcupine Tree
    The Postal Serivce
    Puddle of Mudd
    Queens of the Stone Age
    R.E.M.
    Real Friends
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Reflection Eternal
    Rihanna
    Rise Against
    Rougue Wave
    Royaltides
    Run 2 Cover
    Rush
    Sadistik
    Saliva
    Sam Hunt
    Saosin
    Scary Kids Scaring Kids
    Scotty McCrerry
    Seaway
    Seether
    The Semester Review
    Set Your Goals
    Shinedown
    SHINee
    Sick Puppies
    Sigur Ros
    Silversun Pickups
    Simple Plan
    Sing It Loud
    Skrillex
    A Skylit Drive
    Sleeping With Sirens
    The Smashing Pumpkins
    Smile Empty Soul
    Snow Patrol
    The Spill Canvas
    Spraynard
    Staind
    State Champs
    Stellar Kart
    Steven Wilson
    The Story So Far
    Suguarland
    Sum 41
    Switchfoot
    Taking Back Sunday
    Taylor Swift
    Third Eye Blind
    This Wild Life
    Thomas Rhett
    A Thousand Horses
    Tigers Jaw
    Title Flight
    Tom DeLonge Solo Music
    Tommy Lee
    Toro Y Moi
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Trophy Eyes
    Twenty One Pilots
    Twista
    Tyler Farr
    Weird Al Yankovic
    The Who
    With Confidence
    The World Is a Beautiful Place and I am No Long afraid to Die
    The XX
    Yellowcard
    You Blew It!
    You+Me
    Zao
    Zayn
    Harry Styles
    12 Stones
    The 1975
    2Pac
    30 Seconds to Mars
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    5 Seconds of Summer
    50 Cent

    And I know I forgot a lot, especially rappers.
     
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    Honestly same, though not that extreme maybe. I always go through entire discographies for artists.

    Now, if we're talking about entire discographies that I know well it's a smaller number, but with most of my favorite artists that's the case. This would include LP, Enter Shikari, Coldplay, Michael Jackson, Panic! at the Disco, Goo Goo Dolls, blink-182, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Breaking Benjamin, the Cure, System of a Down, to name a few.
     
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    Damn if I can remember all of them lol
     
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    Dang.

    I really forgot System of a Down in my list. I'm ashamed of myself!
     
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    Linkin Park, Green Day, BMTH, Coldplay, CHVURCHES, Kendrick Lamar, Maroon 5, Future, System of a Down, Ariana Grande

    The next artists are:
    A Day to Remember
    Red Hot Chilli Peppers(3 albums more)
    Lana Del Rey
     
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    I don't think I listened to many (only the artists that I liked) I'm way too lazy for that :p

    30 Seconds to Mars
    Allie X
    Against the Current
    Bad Omens
    Bring Me the Horizon
    Broods
    CHVRCHES
    Dua Lipa
    Lights
    Linkin Park (and all their side projects, Fort Minor, Dead By Sunrise)
    Melanie Martinez
    MisterWives
    Nothing But Thieves
    Phantogram
    Purity Ring
    PVRIS
    Starset
    System of a Down
    Tove Lo
    Vérité

    And I listened to everything from many unknown Indie artists that only have EPs and bunch of songs out.

    Elohim (she's amazing, I love all her songs)
    Luna Shadows (she has the most beautiful voice I ever heard)
    Fickle Friends (this band is amazing, they make great 80s throwback indie pop)
    machineheart
    Astrid S
    Transviolet
    Wafia
    Theia
    Kloe
    HANA
    Dusky Grey
    The Foxies
    Scavenger Hunt
    Annabel Jones
    Linger
    The proof that you are a real CHVRCHES fan :shifty:
     
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    I wouldn't say just bands, but artists, so here it goes:
    Linkin Park
    Evanescence
    Avril Lavigne
    Pvris
    Nightwish
    (Finnish symphonic metal band)
    Epica (Dutch symphonic metal band)
    Delain (Dutch symphonic metal band)
    Paramore
    Imagine Dragons
    Breaking Benjamin
    Against The Current

    EDIT:Chelsea Wolfe
    Brand New
    Nothing But Thieves

    Still have to finish Bring Me The Horizon, CHVRCHES and Three Days Grace (if I'm in the mood to)
     
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    To be fair 100% of my 250 artist list above is artists I like or at least liked at one point. You just have to go searching and i'm sure you'd find a ton of more music you would like :). And I don't mean this in a negative condescending way, there's just so much music out there that it's easy for me to fully find more and more artists I like :lol:

    Anything with Lauren's voice is a must for me :wub:
     
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    I have never seen someone like so much music :) I'm starting to feel like my music spectrum is very, very narrow.
     
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    Oh I personally know a couple who like music just as much as I do, however, most of these people are very restrictive when it comes to genres (One only listens to Scene Music, one Scene Music/Rap, one Pop Punk/Rap, ect.) so because I listen to every genre I know more music then they do by default but they are just as into music as I am. But yes, Music is my life and I listen to about 1000 artists or more honestly.
     
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    I normally say "Let's give this artist a try". If it makes the cut, which is to say if the album I choose to listen is good in general, I'll move to the other albums by that artist and I always have an approach of trying to become as much of a fan of that artist as I can possibly be, so that's why I listen to so few artists because I consider myself a big fan of almost all of them. A smaller part of the artists I listen to are those my father influenced me to listen, which are the cases of Pink Floyd, Keane and Alanis Morissette. From what I can remember only 3 of those artists came before the 2000s. What I listen to is mostly artists that I grew up listening to at a time I could turn on the radio and say that almost everything was good. Even with few artists I listen to my album to-buy list until the end of next year contains almost 30 records between CDs and DVDs.
     
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    When it comes to the bolded part, you really have to be careful. There are a lot of artists who have bad/okay albums but their other albums are amazing. Sometimes it's good to at least check out 2-3 albums before you judge an artist and make sure if they have a lot of albums that they are on the opposite ends in terms of year released.

    Here's some examples in my own life:
    Architects- I was a late bloomer to architects, actually not discovering the band until their 7th and most likely last album :cry: When I decided to check this band out, I decided to go in Chronological order from the first album to the last album. In my personal opinion their first 3 albums are just okay and way, way weaker than their last 4 albums. But even after the 3 "okay" albums I decided to keep going and I'm so glad I did because their last 4 albums are some of the best metalcore albums I have ever heard in my life. Not even joking. The guitars, the drums, and the way the vocalist sings are all so unique for the genre of metalcore but that sound in my opinion didn't start peaking out until the 3rd album and came out full force in the 4th album. If I would have stopped at the 2nd or 3rd album I would have missed out on some of my favorite music ever.

    Rise Against- I personally don't like their first album The Unraveling. To me it's an awful album but I decided I would check out all their music and their other albums all the way up to and including End Game are some of my favorite albums ever to where they became a top 10 artist of all time to me.

    Kid Cudi- Thankfully with Kid Cudi I was a fan of his before his first album even came out. To me, his only good album is his first album. So if I happened to find him later on in my life and decided to check out any other album than his first and decided to ignore the rest of his music, I would have never found an album that sits in my my top 25 rap albums of all time list.

    Kendrick Lamar- Same situation as Kid Cudi for me where I found him before his first album Section.80 came out. He is in my top 5 rappers of all time but I only like 3 out of 4 of his albums. His hype was massive at the time of To Pimp a Butterfly's release, the one album I don't like. So if I happened to find him later in life and only listened to TPAB, I would have missed out on 3 of my favorite albums of all time.

    Drake- I don't like his music overall. I think he's overrated but he released one album which is actually decent and worth having in my discography. I would have missed out on that album, Take Care, if I didn't keep checking out his music. I had known Drake since his first mixtape and decided I would keep checking out his new releases even though I wasn't a fan of what I heard and now I have a an album that's a pretty solid effort worth listening to.

    I could go on and on with examples but I think I have made my point clear.
     
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    Architects is a band I could check out, not the 3 rappers because I was never into rap and the only pure rap song I like is Fort Minor's Remember The Name, I prefer rap incporated in nu metal/rap-rock. Which is the album that has the best chance of making me like Architects?
     
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    Those weren't musical suggestions. I would never suggest Kid Cudi or Drake to anyone :lol: They were examples and reasons of why you shouldn't sd what you said you do. "If it makes the cut, which is to say if the album I choose to listen is good in general, I'll move to the other albums by that artist."

    Give bands more chances and listen to more than one album to determine your thoughts on them because they can have both good and bad albums and you could be missing out on some of the best music of your life. That's what I really want you to understand.

    For Architects, definitely check out their latest album All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us. It's by far their best album, but their last 4 albums are all really good and worth at least one listen each to see if you enjoy the albums.
     
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    At this point I would never listen to any rapper besides Fort Minor, so I didn't take it as a musical suggestion. From the song I've heard from Architects, I think it's too heavy and I prefer songs that are metal, but still have some softer parts and, if possible, symphonic elements. I did that of giving more chances with Nickelback and it worked, but only two of their albums are really good to me and those are Dark Horse and All The Right Reasons. On the others almost only the singles are good.
     
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    :lol: (Ignore the : lol : emoji. It shouldn't be there and it won't let me delete it)

    Well take what you did with Nickelback and do that for every artist you check out :)
    Listen to multiple albums for artists you check out because you could be missing out on one of your favorite albums of all time if you don't :)

    Architects has some softer songs as well. Their 4th album The Here and Now is 50% clean vocals/50% screaming. So I suggest that album for you then :)
     
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    Linkin Park , Fort Minor, Eminem , Dangerkids
     

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