An Evolution Of A Band
May 27, 2016 6:57pm CST
Well, their bass player left twice now. Maybe it was the style change. Maybe it meant Tiger Army had no room for him anymore. There is a reason and said to be given on Facebook. I did not read it or was to late to read it. Things happen like that sometimes and all is fine. Go do what you want to do. Did the band get better. Not sure, but to me, they got a whole lot cooler. It just seems to fit their style. Why people want to make other people into something they are not is beyond me. It is like trying to use a hammer like a wrench. Yes, at the end of the day we are all tools. Just so we can be used properly and turn out great work like this. Makes perfect sense once the evolution has occurred. Far different from the song I just played, but is it really all that different. Musicians get a bad rep for all their music sounding the same. Then they get hammered for not staying true to who they are when they try other stuff. Like most of life, it is a lose lose situation, but as long as you win once, maybe it was worth while. Once again older styles made modern, same, but different.
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• Redlands, California
28 May 16
I do also but metal heads and punk rockers never seem to like it. These guys now label themselves as rock and punk. Kind of true to the style they play. It rocks in a way and it is punk in way but also does not fit either category, yet you can still hear the psychobilly. Which makes it punk. lol Like that logic?
28 May 16
'You can't please them all', this applies to bands tinkering with their lineup and sound and just about applies to life in general. I particularly prefer bands experimenting with their sound and trying out new genres or incorporating one aspect of a particular genre into their own sound. The purists though can't seem to get over it.