Sloppy Seconds: Music's Most Disappointing Sophomore Albums

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Terence Trent D'Arby Neither Nor Flesh (1989)
DEBUT HYPE: While 1987's Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby didn't wow critics outright, it stole the hearts of UK fans, selling a million copies in just 3 days.
SOPHOMORE SLUMP: D'Arby's Neither Nor Flesh (1989), some of which he recorded in a rented castle in the wake of his debut's success consistently pops up on "worst-album-of-all-time" lists.
WORST SONG: "Roly Poly"

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