television is shit, but like marquee moon and venus de milo have me return
oh you pretty things
I have the CD album insert pinned to my wall
>that first verse
>that vocal power
And all from a three piece. There is no better.
>tfw never listened to wutang
what am i missing
Fuck yes. There's a restaurant in Scottsdale that does a once a year dinner with James Maynard Keenan and his winery out on Roosevelt Lake. So want to drop the $400. It's coming up on the 14th so may still be room
>'I realised that what had been fucking me up was being born. A lot people get fucked up when they're born. So I decided that I was just going to be re-born. It was the only answer. I had to recreate the circumstances of my birth.'4
>'The end of the first side of Ommadawn is the sound of me exploding from my mother's vagina'
Probably is best album composition along with Amarok
Just a quick question /b/:
Don't you think there's no good music anymore because everybody is being oppressed? Kids growing up today probably don't even know what an album is, or what it is to sit and listen to an album and appreciate the tone of an album as a whole. Its all about the singles and how big of a buzz you can make and how quick you can do it. Then after a couple days nobody even remembers your shit song. Back in the day you could write one good album and you're a star for years and years
People who are making fame with their music work hard
it has nothing to do with raw talent, people who want to be there get there through going through the motions
people who write good music could do it too if they didnt blame the industry for their lack of exposure
Kind of like post rock, except it's actually enjoyable.
Not just that, he was ahead of his time with a fuckload of other songs too. Ashes to Ashes, Fashion, he was doing shit there that other artists didn't pick up until a few years later.
If I could trade my soul to have the musical talent of David Bowie, I'd be asking the devil if he wanted my firstborn too, because that just doesn't seem like a fair trade.
These threads start so good before theyre taken over by obscure black metal and shitty hipster music
>Don't you think there's no good music anymore
There's more good music than ever, but a) it's not marketed properly and b) most of the genres were so exploited in the past that it's hard to find something truly unique.
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground and Nico
Lou Reed - Transformer
Lou Reed - New York
Lou Reed - Berlin
David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
David Bowie - Low
David Bowie - Station To Station
David Bowie - Aladdin Sane
David Bowie - "Heroes"
Talking Heads - Speaking In Tongues
DV fans can eat a dick. California is clearly the superior Bungle album. It's a perfect 10, a flawless blend of experimentalism and actual songwriting without any of the self-indulgent wankery of avant-garde.
>or what it is to sit and listen to an album and appreciate the tone of an album
That's a good fucking point really. Nowadays it's all about listening on the move, or listening in a club. It's never just about sitting down, and listening. And I think you miss some of the finer points when you're not concentrating on just the music.
I don't buy what you're saying... I'm sure there's plently of people out there that still write music that has substance, and they are doing everything they can to get their ideas out there. I think all it comes down to is a complete monopolization of almost every industry including music. There's no room for the little guy anymore
I'd rather use the word repressed. Between growing up without problems to drive emotions due to living in the first world, cheap mainstream media done in a pinch and parents that probably never thought to wade through mountains of shit to find what they're passionate about and then teaching their kid that it's worth doing so - kids nowadays don't really stand a chance. There are still good artists coming out, but compared to all the people trying to produce something remotely listenable, these artists are rarer than a blue moon.
fact #1: most jazz is shit
fact #2: this is really really good
Problem is the artist's are to blame just as much as the industry. A lot of artists bring out really good first albums, but they inevitably just become known for one single (and usually not even the best song on the album). Then their record label pushes them to change their sound to be more like that single, and they go along with it, because they want the big money.
There was never room for the little guy. It was always about looking pretty and making money. Most of the uglies write music because no one will put money behind a five, when a 9 can dance and will smack her clit on stage.
They made a bunch of great albums, but some asshole is going to say they're overrated so why even bother when you can post something more obscure and feel superior for being the only one here who has heard it?
great album but i prefer pic related
Let me post something more obscure.
The opportunities definitely are not open to everyone. If you don't make something that will get millions of hits on youtube, there's a good chance you're not going to do good.
Idk man. Look at somebody like Joe Cocker. He wasnt pretty. He looked like a dirty hippy with a pot gut and he made jizz faces when he sang and moved his hands like he was having a seizure. Today if you dont have a trimmed hipster beard, slicked back hair and a nice outfit on, theres something wrong with you.
Top pleb mode
dude i listened more
favorite new album ive heard ITT so far
80s music is underrated sometimes
aaaah. because of one song that sound great echoed when your in the bathroom alone wanking to your success at being alpha and affording tiles on the wall.
Fucking razor blade meets wrist faggot.
One of my favorite albums
Good also. They have a couple meh songs but over all great catalog. One of the first bands I really got into.
Good tier rap album. Bring da ruckus
Oh fuck yes
Nobody played like Jimi
10/10 album. Was gonna post this.
Both 7/10 albums
Anything but the Nirvana everyone knows is great and that's only because of repetitive kids. Great album
Another 10/10 recently got into them. Good playlist too.
I like primus more but still cool.
Mingus and Coltrane are my dudes when it comes to jazz.
Some good albums on here today. My personal choice, my favorite album of the 60's.
i scanned the skies with rainbow eyes
and saw machines of every shape and size
i talked to tall venusians passing through
my fucking childhood right here, anon
Classic shit m8
eh, obZen isn't their best work imho. Good shit, don't get me wrong, just not the most interesting
Pick one, faggot
>implying Peace Sells isn't on par
It probably is better actually. Its def a lot more aggressive.
SOUTH SIDE OF THE SKY
mostly agree with these bros,
this is one of my favorites.
This one and all death albums
fuck forget to post album
>guy gets told he's probably going to die in 6 months
>well fuck I might as well record one last album then
>gets through it, and is still touring
And on top of that, it's a pretty fucking good album. I think he's said he wants to make another one with Daltrey.
>I'm not boring, I dislike Coldplay!
been waiting for this one to be posted
eh b0ss, you should check out Black Monolith, eh
Side project from one of Deafheaven's boys
>The Banana of albums
Seriously, where is the love for this album stemming from? There are approximately two god tier songs halfway through the album, everything else is insufferable and most of it feels filler.
I don't even dislike Albarn, I just don't know where he was trying to go with DD. Gorillaz (2001) and Plastic Beach while having their own pitfalls, are superior IMO.
>Have people who post this garbage album actually listened to it?
I'm harder than your husband, you get along with.
listened to this the other day, was p good, still think there's plenty of better melodeath though
not really, i'm pretty new to hip hop myself, have listened just to a bunch of essential mu-core hip hop so far but ATQC is top tier