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Sounds like a lame excuse to me. I feel like one sound was kind of the style in the 90's. Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Goo Goo Dolls, Matchbox 20, etc. All bands that arguably have one sound, they're big hits all sound very similar. Whereas if you compare them to older bands, Metallica, AC/DC, Kiss, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, they're hits are very varied.
I don't think having one sound is bad, it simply means if a band has one sound you'll either like them or hate them. Whereas if a bands sound is varied you might have songs you like as well as songs you dislike by them.
Gets boring really quick. People I know that listen to these bands do so for a week then doesn't for a couple of years.
Not being able to write or perform with different sounds is a very valid complaint. Make for fine radio tunes, though.
That's because back in the day there was a lot less competition. Bands like AC/DC, Kiss, The Beatles, they didn't have to do much to stick out of the crowd. Because they already did. They were making music right after the birth of rock music.
By the time Nickleback, Foo Fighters and Nirvana came around the amount of competitors had more than tripled. Bands had to find other ways to stick out. For example by having a particular style. Nickleback? You can recognise their vocalis and guitar tunings anywhere. Same goes for Linkin Park, Foo Fighters, Nirvana..
It has to do with the evolution of pop culture.
Yeah, and we also often find albums that are easily 10 songs long, and each song sounds the same. Yet people love the album, and those albums often sound great. What's good is good, and who doesn't want more of what they like? Most people who hate an artist for every song sounding the same probably has at least one album as described.
It is a lame excuse for not liking something by saying the songs sound all the same. All those older bands have their own sound. I don't think they sound any more varied than the ones that you are saying sound the same. Just like what you like and don't use this silly excuse. All those bands make different enough songs for me. If you want bands that change more, then I suggest Linkin Park, Muse, Hollywood Undead, and BMTH.
Yeah, a style is a style. And there's only so many ways you can make a single instrument sound.
And what's ironic is that when a band changes their sound, people get all "oh well I don't like their new sound; they changed; they're just not the same band."
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