While some people just seem to pour new songs, others seem to always have something better to do. This is because they have so much money, they don't need to record. Like, is Garth Brooks even in the music business anymore? Not that I'm complaining, mind you.
There are plenty of obscure people who take forever to record a follow-up album. I always assume it's because when they come home from their day out in the fields picking cotton, they don't feel like recording. But what's the deal with these five bozos below?
My Bloody Valentine: They recorded an album called Loveless several decades ago that people who listen to music say was a revolutionary work. It looked shiny. But then work began on the follow-up, or work didn't begin on the follow-up, or work is going to begin on the follow-up. The only problem now is that most of the band's original fans are now dead. Or working long hours and don't have time anymore and now only listen to...(roll the Paul Simon song....)
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