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10:52 AM on 02/26/13 
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What are some albums that were originally poorly received by critics or fans (or both) that are well-liked now?

There are some classic examples like In Reverie.

Also, what are some recent albums that have been received poorly that you think will become well-liked/classics in the future?
04:34 PM on 02/26/13 
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Didn't think of this one when I made the thread but I LOVE this album. I think that if Band In a Bubble had not existed that album would have been widely well-received.
12:12 PM on 02/28/13 
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Never understood why people didn't like Folie. It really doesn't sound that far off from their other stuff. I mean, each of their albums were gradually more R&B/soul influenced. That album still sounds pretty pop/punky as a whole. The new song is way more of a jump in style than Folie was.
06:22 PM on 02/28/13 
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One that I don't think was mentioned in here yet is Lights and Sounds by Yellowcard. I know I personally didn't really like it when it came out but I started liking it a lot more as the years went on.

LOVE that album.



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