Monday 16 September 2019

Disappointing follow-up albums

'The hardest part of being an artist isn't reaching the top; it's staying there,' writes Bryan Rolli on Here's their '10 most disappointing follow-up albums', published last week:

1 'Let It Be' The Beatles (followed 'Abbey Road')

2 'Smiley Smile' The Beach Boys (followed 'Pet Sounds')

3 'Bad' Michael Jackson (followed 'Thriller')

4 'Draw The Line' Aerosmith (followed 'Rocks')

5 'Theatre of Pain' Motley Crue (followed 'Shout At The Devil')

6 'Diver Down' Van Halen (followed 'Fair Warning')

7 'One Hot Minute' Red Hot Chili Peppers (followed 'Blood Sugar Sex Magik')

8 'In Utero' Nirvana (followed 'Nevermind')

9 'Uno! Dos! Tre!' trilogy Green Day (followed '21st Century Breakdown')

10 'Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys' My Chemical Romance (followed The Black Parade')

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