Let's do this again,
Heavily underrated tracks from one of your favorite albums.
I think it's a fantastic closer for the album.
With Peter Gabriel or without?
there are many times when pitchfork is totally over or underselling albums, but when they're on, theyre right on.
Does /mu/ like progressive rock?
what kind of question is that
Hey, /mu/, I know you're terrible at being constructive but I'd love it if you guys could help me out for a sec.
For the most part I only listen to artsy experimental avant-garde bullshit and I've been getting sick of it lately. What are some of the fun, simpler albums that you guys like?
And please don't try and impress me with your """"patrician"""" taste. You're on an anonymous image board, who are you trying to impress? Just give me shit you enjoy.
Here're some of the more fun albums...
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The teenage son of Australian rocker Nick Cave fell 20m to his death off a cliff in southern England after taking the hallucinogenic drug LSD, an inquest has heard.
I wonder if I'd get a fucking inquest if I jumped off a cliff because I thought I could fly.
Remember kids, always have a fucking minder before you hop on acid for the first time
>I guess Cave Jr. thought his head was glowing....
>,,,and anyway, he wasn't afraid to die
ITT: Artists with really good live albums.
he was way better live than in the studio. i wouldn't go as far as to say grace is bad, but i always thought it sounded too slick, clean, borderline adult contemporary compared to his live DVDs
>journey here and there and back again
>but in the same old haunts i still find my friends
One of these.
Why can't Americans into dance music?
>is it true guys have better butts than women?
Everyone always talks about bands which are overrated or underrated, how about ITT: bands which are perfectly rated
>bitches ant shit but hoes and tricks
what did he mean by this?
after being here on /mu/ for a while, seeing posts about the same shitty mainstream bands all the time... let's just say i've outgrown this board. it's not that you guys have bad taste, it's better than most, it's just i've got extremely wide knowledge of music and this site isn't cutting it anymore, especially when it has posts about genres like rap and indie
also i'm in a band and play multiple instruments, so if the site you show me to has discussion with virtuoso level musicians, that would be great too.
I have 220 artists in my music library. Is this a lot or a few? How many do you have in yours?