zepnesia noun \zep-ˈnē-zhə\
a degenerative condition that results in progressive loss of affection for once-beloved musical artists, usually caused by illness, traumatic injury, or parenthood
Gary: Dude, I heard "Good Times, Bad Times" the other day, and it totally brought me back to my Zeppelin days. Man, I used to freakin' love those guys. Not sure what happened. Must be zepnesia.
Todd: That's one theory. Another is that you had kids, fell pathetically out of touch with anything cool, and surrendered any remaining shred of musical dignity when you uttered the sentence, “This Raffi album isn’t his best work.”
Gary: Oh yeah.
Other forms: zepnesiac, zepnemia, zepnopathy
Synonyms: garfunkelectomy, janisjoptosis, floydnesia