ITT: Flawless albums/God tier
Ok so not flawless but definitely God-Tier in its own right.
Not bein a fag or pretentious but i tripped the dicks out to this double album one night and it was fuckin bonkers.
Listening sober: I definitely feel every individual groove of all the players. its like each song is just multiple players grooving to thier own thing but they all mesh and coagulate into this over-arcing groove / weird / vibin tempo that you kinda understand after a few listens
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Still waiting on someone to post one.
They don't have anything I don't like. It's all great.
God tier: yes.
Flawless: probably not.
Agreed. Bone Machine is pretty godly, as well.
I'll look into him. One of my friends listens to rock music but more mainstream (Foo Fighters/The White Stripes). She's obsessed with Dave Grohl. Do you think he's a good drummer?
>not posting Justice
stay in your fucking lane
Ritchie Blackmore (Deep Purple) and Ronnie James Dio (Black Sabbath, Dio) at the very best of their careers. "Stargazer" is particularly amazing. List to it now.
I think his drumming post-Nirvana is more interesting. So like Queens of the Stone Age and Them Crooked Vultures and stuff. He's not a particularly great drummer in general, but he's prolific as fuck as a songwriter and a great musician overall. So... sort of.
I like merriweather post pavilion a bit more, but def amazing album nonetheless
Maybe not very similar to most of whats been posted, but still my favorite live album
Doesn't get any better than Toto
hatful is really solid but it doesn't have London or Panic on it
my #1 choice after loveless is hands down The Monitor
He released a remix he played at Coachella. Very good follow-up feel to Worlds. Also saw him live in Austin for his Worlds Tour. Fucking beautiful.
Yeah, honestly I think that's where this comes in. I think it has everything I want.
eh, i prefer this album more. it flows nicely.
Maybe not flawless, but definitely god tier
Mah nigga. This album is so damn good. Funky and makes you want to dance like an idiot.
>This album tho
Not sure anyone else is feeling my picks, but I'm glad to hear another anon has good taste, any recommendations for me?
Yeah man, me too. This shit was fucking awesome when it came out. I was only 9 and i worshipped it. I couldn't listen to anything else. Still listen to it the most out of all GD albums.
Warren Ellis is actually my favourite member of the band.
I'd trade it for a bump with Ellis, if I could.
yeah it is but I think every album has something great and unique about it. SRFNZC is the most consistent and cohesive album. LYSF is the most emotional for me f#a#infinity is probably the most atmospheric.
Nickelback aren't the worst band in the world, by any stretch.
They're the posterboys for undeserved success, and consistent mediocrity.
They're pretty shit, but they can carry a tune.
They're on par in talent with that sad, 43 year old, washed up dude you see playing open mic nights at your local pub.
There is a market for them - and that's fine. It just happens that the fast majority of people who enjoy Nickelback have no interest in musical nuance.
Listening to Nickelback is the musical equivalent of saying "I don't like that Game Of Thrones. I can't remember all the character's names. I'll just watch Masterchef."
Yes, you're a simpleton, but at least you're not watching Dr. Oz
>This guy...he knows.
But seriously tho...