>every slightly controversial post must be replied to with "damn..." like this place is some sort of SMS
>this post included because these retards think they're funny
>he bought the vinyl meme
I know this is the second record player thread, but after the last thread I'm really concerned about record player quality. Is pic related good?
itt fuse album covers
i call this one bobbyface
ITT: Post album covers that perfectly represent how the music sounds.
What is your favorite Limp Bizkit album?
ITT: albums that were ahead of their time
Ahead of it's time in looking back at an earlier time
ITT:Misleading cover art
how come all the good musicians are also attractive too?
what the fuck God, isn't the musical talent enough, you also have to make them pretty?
the rest of us get nothing
LIl wayne is ugly
Tom pettys ugly
Ringo starr is ugly
The guys from kiss are probably ugly
ROnnie james dio was ugly
Bruce Springsteel is ugly
One of the people from ABBA was known as the ugly one
Ray davies is fuddy-faced
No one even knows what buckethead looks like (ugly)
weird Al is ugly
Everyone in can was ugly
Thom Yorke is ugly
J mascis is fat and ugly
Big pun is obese, ugly, and dead
goddamn sexy motherfucker
White people can't ra.....
Who's ready for a month of posts asking what to do with an iTunes gift card?
can we have a lo-fi thread? slowcore, folk, whatever as long as it's comfy
starting with this
Each musical genre has the capability of accurately portraying every emotion in a meaningful way.
Agree or disagree?
So many legends gone in 2016. smdh
THAT GRILL IS A REAL CROWD PLZR
50s Rock & Roll- Why do you love/hate it?
I think it's spooky how quickly music becomes irrelevant. None of the pop music made in the last eighty years has any lasting power, no one's going to be listening to Jay Z by like 2025. By 2035 it'll be as if Jay Z didn't even exist.
The way people can become icons, and music can be such a big deal and then just disappear into nothingness scares me.
I like the song 'Suspicious Eyes'
They used guitars instead of shitty Ableton wubwub #xyz. The lyrics were fun and weren't disgusting degenerate shit. It had a real energy do it, something pop music nowadays doesn't.
It just feels more earnest overall.
>Love the good music r&r all the time
>Hate that it was the black folks music first and all top dogs are middle class poor now and elvis family never has to work a day in their life
So yea sampling in rap music makes since now
ITT last 5 albums rated on rym
yeah The Crane Wife is great, decemberists really had a lock on how to do folk pop at the time
Safe as Milk gud
Lick my Decals best tho
Has there ever been a band that progressed so much during their career? The Beatles started by writing simply catchy love pop songs like Please Please Me and Love Me Do and were writing experimental pieces like Tomorrow Never Knows and A Day in the Life in a span of 4 years.
Paul kept on getting better after the Beatles too. John regressed and George stagnated.
I would argue David Bowie would qualify.
I'm not saying he's better or worse but in his first 4 years of music he released 3 great (and 1 decent) albums with vastly different styles.
>Debut: Baroque and Novelty
>Space Oddity: Psychedelic and Folk
>Hunky Dory: Orchestral glam rock
i've been coming to /mu/ since 07 and none of you bustas ever told me how legit rick james is. im listening to his first album on spotify now and its fantastic!
anyone else here familiar with his discography or funk in general? sly and the family stone is classic /mu/core and was my first taste of funk. i discovered prince after his death and i've listened to a lot of p-funk after i got through all the prince records i wanted to hear.
if you've been interested in but have never explored the genre i highly recommend it. if you have an interest in...
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got any favorites? we gotta spread the word, the genre deserves more recognition on /mu/.
i've listened to just about every funkadelic album on spotify and i think this one is my favorite. its such a solid double album.
Unfortunately /mu/ has a weird relationship with funk where the majority seems to despise it. Since the majority of /mu/ instantly sees it as shit (even though they probably know fuck all about it) it doesn't really get a fair chance on here.
But if you really liked Rick James I'd recommend moving onto Prince's early work. I can also recommend Funkadelic, War, George Clinton, Isaac Hayes, Sly and the Family Stone, James Brown, and Bootsy Collins.
Besides mariachi, why no good music here?
ITT: Post the happiest moments in music
>When the Get Lucky chords come in on Touch
Opinions? Is it good as a first contact with noise music? Is Merzbow one of the best noise artists or just the most popular?
so now what.cd is dead, where should i go when i want to reliably download anything in any quality i want?
Hello, my name is Ian Curtis. I sing out of tune and I'm depressed. Worship my band, pretentious teenagers.
perfect albums don't ex-
Man i'm pretty sure perfect album don't exis-
++unicorns, emergency & I
I don't really know any of these :(
Do you envy me?
Picked up this within 20 minutes of his new merch going up for sale, now they are all sold out :)
Let's see those collections
For the people who listen to 1 song on repeat for a while before moving on,
what has it been, lately?
>Future - Blood On The Money