Okay, every band has a "wrong" period, a certain line up or musical direction, you name it, no band is immune to that. And yet there are some Gems from that period, let's name the songs you'll love from a band who was in a "wrong" period when they made them. Kiss "A world without heroes" Coming from their only non-million seller "Music from the Elder." I still think that "a World without heroes" is one of their strongest songs. Really dark and gloomy and recognizable. It also has Paul Stanley playing the solo and it is one of his best. Fleetwood mac "as long as you follow" Everytime I get into discussing the departure of Lindsey Buckingham, I get to hear the same thing. That after Lindsey Buckingham left, they should've stopped the band instead of hiring Rick Vito and Billy Burnette. I never agreed with that, I think they did a fine job. On "as long as you follow" Vito's solo gives me goosebumps and the song itself is one of the most beautifull Christeen Macvie ever wrote. Madonna "Crazy for you" Everybody seems to think that Madonna's first album didn't deserve to get as big as it did since it contained only "Bubblegum crap" songs like "Hollyday" But I can't help but to get goosebumps when I hear "Crazy for you" what I consider one of her most beautifull ballads. ZZ Top "Rough boy" Coming from "Afterburner" their synth pop period as much loathed by hardcore fans as it is loved by open minded people like me. Once again a ballad but one with badass riffing from the Reverend. This one has special memories for me that I won't share on this forum. :twisted: Genesis "Turn it on again" Once again, the Hardcore fans HATED the album from which it came "Duke" they considered Genesis to have sold out. But still, I love the riff, the unusual rythmic pattren and the amazingly tight groove Rutherford and Collins created, what an amazing band they were.