is this overkill?
Hear me out for a second. Springsteen's and Green Day's albums line up exactly!
>Asbury Park / 39/Smooth
Young, scrappy debut. Not great but shows some potential.
>Wild, Innocent / Kerplunk
Huge step forward. Only a sliver behind the huge release ahead.
>Born to Run / Dookie
The indisputable best album. Breakout success.
>Darkness / Insomniac
Retains the much of the sound of the previous album, with a touch of darkness. Still great.
>The River / Nimrod
Good, but shows a couple shaky signs. Both are long albums that could have shed a few tracks.
>Nebraska / Warning
Both artists went acoustic on their sixth album! Less successful commercially compared to previous albums, but still loved by fans.
>Born in the USA / American Idiot
Huge, angry American comeback success. Chart-topping songs worldwide and huge concert tours.
>Tunnel of Love / 21st Century Breakdown
Tries to emulate the success of the previous album, but is a fair bit weaker overall.
>Lucky Town & Human Touch / Uno/Dos/Tre
Jumps the shark and releases multiple albums quickly. The low quality of the material doesn't justify it.
If you like it or not this is a classic.
Post an album and the last two numbers in your post will determine its spot. Repeated numbers will be discarded.
II'll try to do a listenalong for the #1 album in the next few days.
Based on >>>60804020
IM SIX FEET TWO IN A COMPACT, NO SLACKS, BUT LUCKILY THE SEATS GO BACK
The Beatles vs Beach Boy
Both at their creative peaks
Which were better?
The Beach Boys had a better peak but The Beatles had a nice spread of alright albums. I suppose it's the "candle that burns twice as bright burns half as long" argument for The Beach Boys.
4x4 are for fags edition
Rec, rate, hate, guess, blame each other and have fun.
I rated you last time so I'm not going to do that now
John Maus - We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves
also yes I know my collage has a bunch of le randum sporkcore you don't have to tell me
when did you grow out of /mu/?
>tfw your dad just got you a £250 ($380) ticket in the VIP stalls at the Royal Albert Hall to see David Gilmour
>grew out of Pink Floyd about 5 years ago and don't think much of his solo work except On an Island
Any of you guys been to an expensive dadrock show like the Chinese Democracy ones?
I've seen David Gilmour in the Royal Albert hall.
Paid my own ticket and it was worth all of it.
Don't like his solo work all that much but the older stuff he played was just amazing to hear live.
Did you see the On an Island tour like me?
Which night, the David Bowie one, the Nick Mason one, or the other where I can't remember the guest? I went to the Mason one so technically saw Pink Floyd for 12 minutes.
>Don't like his solo work all that much but the older stuff he played was just amazing to hear live.
Yeah, all 20 or so minutes of Echoes was brilliant. And actually High Hopes live, he played it a bit heavier than the original, that sticks in the mind too.
>Guitarist Ed O'Brien had hoped Radiohead's fourth album would comprise "snappy", melodic guitar songs, but Yorke stated: "There was no chance of the album sounding like that. I'd completely had it with melody. I just wanted rhythm. All melodies to me were pure embarrassment."
We almost had an entire album of songs like Just, 15 Step, and Knives Out.
The other bandcamp thread? Might as well be dead.
> Black metal, noise, electronic
10 tapes left! Like Burn Ward on facebook, we have a release coming up on the 7th!
>songs about not being where you want to be
feedback is really appreciated. I'm looking for a new direction to move in with my sound.
>post-rock / math rock
new ep from Dust out now
>Drone, New Age, Loops, Ambient
No memes. What's your honest opinion of this man's ratings?
>least favourite 9/10
>favourite 8.5 or 8/10
>Least favourite 8.5 or 8/10
>a 7 that should be 8+
inb4 12 year olf blah blah blah
>crowd is louder than vocalist
wew this is shit