ITT: your favorite album when you were in 8th grade
(For me, it's a tie between pic related and Weezer's Blue Album)
xanax is shit and for losers
I fuck with it, he stay killin the game
Is this post-vaporwave or new-future?
How influential are these plebs
Pretty damn influential. They're really underrated. Honey's Dead is really good, Darklands is fantastic, Barbed Wire Kisses is on Psychocandy's level, Munki is pretty good, and Automatic is also good. They got too much shit for changing their sound.
post yfw you love music
Alright so last night I posted in a Bowie thread a video that I made before he died but wasn't finished until a couple days after. I got good feedback from the thread but I wanted to know what the rest of /mu/ thinks about it
This man thinks Lana del Ray ultraviolence is better than Ziggy stardust, why should people take him seriously
/mu/ related tattoos thread?
hey post some camping music /mu/ (how do you pronounce that? "muh"?).
I'll post this here because why not
I am an audio editor for the band Green Day and have been since 2009. I was hired half way through the production of 21'st Century Breakdown. I have since worked with them on Uno, Dos, Tre and Xmas Time of Year, their Bside from Tre.
Green Day is indeed coming out with a new album this year, titled "Old and Dirty". It is a more Insomniac-type of album. Heavier music is scattered throughout. Here is the track listing.
1. Old And Dirty
2. Suffocate (Redone)
3. What I Learned Today
4. At My Expense
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this shit gets too much credit it doesnt sound that special at all it is good but not amazing or groundbreaking
Not OP but totally agree with him. The most disappointing album /mu/ has ever got me to listen to. How is infantile go nowhere guitar and mumbled vocals groundbreaking? Boring snooze core is all I heard.
Why were there so many bands from the U.K. that found success in the U.S. in the 60s and 70s? It seems for 20 years the music industry was completely dominated by British bands. The Beatles to the Stones; Led Zeppelin to Pink Floyd; The Who to Queen, etc.