>he listens to robbie basho, unwound, talk talk and john fahey and thinks that his taste is "unique"
>My favorite genres are post punk, noise, freak folk, free jazz, musique concrete, and lots of traditional music
>I'm not like these p4k sheep on /mu/
>I consider myself a muzak intellectual
What's the most intensely sad / feels album?
For me it has to be pic related. Something about it is so personal. And it's almost relatable whether you're going something presently, or remembering a dark time, considering this was after his whole ordeal with drugs.
Hospice would be my runner-up I guess, even though some people think it's melodramatic.
God tier taste, anon.
I'll stick with Frusciante and say that this album was remarkably sad, or at least very personal. I love how on a few tracks you can literally hear how badly his health had deteriorated from his heroin addiction, the best example being "I Can't See Until I See Your Eyes"
Plus the fact Joaquin Phoenix was on a couple tracks makes the overall feel of the record as it is today very haunting.
I'll post a few more.
1. Metallica - Master of Puppets
2. The Who - Tommy
3. The Mars Volta - Deloused
4. The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
5. The Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
6. Green Day – American Idiot
7. Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
8. The War On Drugs – Lost in the Dream
9. Muse – Black Holes and Revelations
10. Joey Bada$$ - B4da$$
11. Coheed and Cambria - Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness
12. Lupe Fiasco - The Cool
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How do people write songs with chills? A friend of mine will just sit down and write a song that is spine chilling. It's odd cause his range is just about two octaves and he's a nasally tenor, but what he's doing is working.
It makes me a bit jealous, but he'll just sit down and pump out a song out of nowhere.
How do? How does someone get great song writing skills?
I got music theory, and improvising and throwing chord progressions together works pretty well. But for the most part it seems effortless. He even wrote a two chord song just using an augmented C and an augmented A chord and it is almost universally enjoyed when we play live.
What I'm more curious is about capturing a spark. I am always practicing and getting better, I just want to know how people put that spark/sound that makes people have chills into music.
Has /mu/ ever seen Godspeed You! Black Emperor live?
I have two times. Last time yesterday. They didn't disappoint. I already miss it... What an experience. So much chills.
What does /mu/ think?
Thank you for your Help, Unofficial Helper Of /mu/.
I tried and tried multiple times to listen to them (OK computer and Kid A) but radiohead just doesn'tresonate with me.
I wanted to express this feeling in a baity fashion to further degrade the level of discussion in this board and eventually get some recs on which Radiohead albums I should listen to, except for OKC and Kid A
ITT: Bands whose music you love, but members you hate
What does /mu/ think of the flaming lips?
Lets talk about this album.
>least favorite track
>what you're expecting from the next album
>favorite Aldean album
ITT: /mu/core guitar covers
Who is your favorite muse kpg?
Is the best place to buy music CDs just straight from amazon? Are there any other alternatives that are cheaper/better? For those that sill buy CDs, where do you guys buy them?
>2015, still buying CDs
>actually buying music
I get it.
starting off with this one, not sure if it's hard or not
ITT: the patrician choice for an artist's best album.
So p4k didn't care too much for DIIV's latest track. I look for their new album to get a full .1 higher than their debut.