ITT: post albums that still haven't gotten old
What's some essential nu-male music?
How does /mu/ feel about Fallout Boy?
Why do hispanics love The Smiths so much?
What do you guys suggest? Is it worth it?
holy fuck, mu, yachty might actually be a little slow. not being a dick but watch this
Is it wrong to music shame your kids?
I have this sinking feeling my kids will find music from our current generation and think it's super deep. I just don't want my kids be one of those twenty-one faggots.
*holds up spork*
I didn't say I didn't like the album fampai. It's fantastic, I'm listening to it now.
Really it's just the first half that's spork-y (in a good way), Zebra is super melodic and a lot more consistent.
>it's just britpop with reverb
>it's faux-krautrock with Thom crooning on top of it
>listens to Steve Reich once
Are The Residents worth a listen?
Yes. Start at the beginning and go in chronological order. Everything from their debut to Mark of the Mole is great. They drastically change their sound around the beginning of the 80s and its not to everyone's taste but theres still a few good albums after that.
What do you think about BABYMETAL?
ALL the girls from T-Ara are my gfs irl
+ heroes and let's say oasis
try the replacements let it be
you like to walk around at night
I started a band yesterday with two friends of mine, we are mostly into /mu/core, but as christians we plan to show our faith through our songs. Would you listen to a song with christian lyrics if the music is enjoyable?
most Europeans think deep house means shitty high energy vocal house
why does moo hate post-rock so much?
ITT: Post your favorite Anco moment
"WHEN I'LL STAY SHY, YOU STAY SHY, DEAR ALVIN." *DIDDLY DA DA DA DA DA DA DA DA DA DA DA DA DA*
ITT: /mu/ writes a song on note at a time.
>haven't seen one of these in a while.
Name my band /mu/
>you're smaller than my wife imagined
What did he mean by this?
Why does /mu/ like Radiohead but hate Coldplay?
idgi, they're the same shit to me, Radiohead might be a little more adventurous occasionally, but that's it.
This is the only album I own/listen to by then and I love it. I've also heard it's by far their poppiest album. Do you think it's their best and most catchy? Which one of their albums should I listen to next?
why did no one tell me how good this was wtf lads, it's not even rated that high on rym
It's the second highest rated album on metacritic. I do get a bit annoyed how this board downplays this album as 'old man voice' while praising The Smile Sessions. Both are absolutely fantastic. The original Beach Boys vocals definitely sound better on the more delicate songs like Wonderful and Surf's Up, but the clearer production, seamless track transitions, and more fleshed out melodies makes it hard for me to decide which of the two albums is better
I remember loving it when it came out.
It really increased the visibility of the Smile material in general - people in general didn't really know that Smile was essentially a complete album and a magnificent one at that.
The official release of The Smile Sessions has made Brian Wilson Presents Smile seem a lot less necessary and important, though.
What are the worst generals on /mu/? And the best?
/RYM/ - /soc/ shit, plain and simple. no music discussion whatsoever, only RYM melodrama. doesn't belong on the board.
/noise/ - underage overload, nothing but kids who have no idea what they're talking about and spamming awful Bandcamp and Soundcloud crap. zero education on the genre and its history, zero capability to find music on their own(the same 10-15 meme albums from /mu/ and RYM get discussed over and over and over, and seeing people talk about big black, animal...
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Recommend music with this mood
>On my knees
>Begging you please
>tfw you can no long enjoy Ghost Dad without thinking of Bill Cosby as a sexual predator
ITT: favorite disturbing songs
Mines gotta be Scissors by Slipknot