Top 10 Music Artists You Used to Hate but Now Likechristangrant
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I used to hate them but now I love their songs except their poppy songs but they are a good Hard Rock band to me Haters are gonna hate but I like this band - christangrant
I used to hate this band a lot but now I realize their not as bad as people make them out to be. - BoredJeff02
I am always neutral about their songs. - zxm
I used to not like them because I didn't like Axl's voice, but the more I listened to them, the more I liked them and I find them to be a really good band now. - Element119
I wish I never had hated them tough they are overrated I like them one of my favorite bands now - christangrant
I grew up with Guns N' Roses, Rush, Ac/Dc and a couple other classic rock bands because my dad listened to them a lot. They definitely have a nostalgic bond between my dad and I. - cjWriter1997
I don't know why I ever hated this band but now I love them - christangrant
I've always liked them - BoredJeff03
I never knew why I hated them but now I love them - christangrantV 2 Comments
Yes I didn't like them when I first listened to the, Later when I listened to their songs...I got to know that they are pretty good. - Ananya
For more the most part they are unique. You can tell it's a Korn song practically by Davis' voice alone. - cjWriter1997
Nah, never really liked them. I kind of still laugh at With Arms Wide Open every now and then. - cjWriter1997
I remember being 8 years old back in 2005, when their sophomore album Demon Days came out. I didn't like them, mainly because of their aggressive image as opposed to the music which I didn't listen too much, beyond Feel Good Inc which I didn't have much of an opinion of at the time.
Then in 2014, I relistened to them after seeing Feel Good Inc on Watchmojo's Best Animated Music Videos list. I then completely reversed my opinion. I know think that they're one of my favourite bands, not to mention probably the best band of the noughties. Their music is accessible but also has intelligent lyricism as well as good guest spots from artists as diverse as hip hop groups D12 & De La Soul to old rock greats like Lou Reed and half of The Clash. They also released great albums too, including the aforementioned Demon Days & Plastic Beach, one of the best albums of 2010 in my opinion.
They are great artists and one of which I under appreciated at their peak. Oh well, better late than ...more - Mrveteran
I can't stand a lot of their old stuff, Oli Sykes's voice was screechy, raspy and just sounded unappealing. However since Sempiternal came out the songs have been a lot more tuneful, and whilst Oli doesn't scream as much as he used to I can now understand more of what he's saying.
I'm sorry to all the hardcore fans out there who pine for their old style to return, but the band have hit new heights of success with their more recent efforts, and I don't see them returning anytime soon.
I've given this band a lot of crap before but now they've grown on me. - jack2244
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2. Guns n Roses
3. Pearl Jam