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Lostprophets foi uma banda de do País de Gales formada em 1997. Eles produziram muitos demos (nenhum comercializado), três álbuns e 11 singles. O seu primeiro álbum 'thefakesoundofprogress' foi gravado numa semana por £5000 como um demo glorificado, mas a banda re-editou-o e re-lançou-o numa escala muito maior com a Columbia Records nos EUA, no entanto continuavam com a Visible Noise no Reino Unido. Eles lançaram 'Start Something' em 2004, 'Liberation Transmission' em 2006, 'The Betrayed' em 2010… leia mais

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  • Urgh...I feel guilty listening to this, Ian is such a dickhead and I want to punch him. Then again, they make such awesome music, I HAVE to listen.
  • Not enough luck to see them live. So many memorable songs, especially from early releases. So sad for band fall after Watkins crimes. Truly iconic for 00's era..
  • So many memories of seeing this band live and listening to the music whilst growing up. Very difficult to listen to their stuff now with the stigma Ian has attached to it so I only listen on my own. Ian was the weakness in this band but also made their early material awesome. You can just see the decline he was making as a musician and person - glad he's in prison now.
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  • Wow, this band's story is only getting weirder. Someone write a book about this.
  • Did you guys hear their new single "I Knew You Were Trouble"?
  • Fuck Ian Watkins. Why did you fuck it up!?
  • Start Something was also good but after that they just got boring
  • Try the early stuff, its much better. I never liked them until I heard their debut.
  • A very mediocre band, in fact the music really sucks, if it were not for their heinous crimes I would never have heard of them.

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