It never got better did it? They were just too fucking good. Hetfields vocals and unreal downpicking. Jason Newsted being a savage live presence. Lars being on point for what he did. Kirk not sucking off the wah pedal.
When did you realize that Skinny Hetfield and Beefy Hetfield are completely different people? They don't look, act, or sound the same, or even write similar songs.
The real James Hetfield died decades ago.
my dad offered to take me but I'd never been to a concert before and was too scared although I didnt tell him that. I think I just said something like nah thats ok even though I was a huge fan and thats why he offered. Although actually I think he just told me they were playing and I just said oh.
Metallica Setlist of the concert at Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX, USA on February 5, 1989
then I went to my first concert a few months later which was a little more my speed
Love And Rockets - 1989-07-03 - Bronco Bowl, Dallas, TX, United States.
then I was also too scared to go to the first lollapalooza because Ice T was playing and I thought I'd get beat up by a bunch of black guys even though he was actually playing with Body Count as I recall.
Are they the only dad rock band worth listening to?
Any femanon in here? Why do you pretend you enjoy music? We all know you just go for whichever band has the hottest front man.
Whats some good "lo-fi" electronic music, preferably on the melodic side
any sign of Justice's new album (Woman) online yet?
ITT: Albums you absolutely hate for personal reasons
My mom has played this fucking live album over 200 times
I have to skip Doesn't Remind Me every time despite the absolute kickass solo because the sing ironically reminds me of bad times in my life.
Me and my ex could always agree to listen to this. Now if I try I feel angry. Glad it's not s.c.i.e.n.c.e.
ITT: Nu-male repellants.
Has any one else noticed the selly-ester watts field in this album?
Can anyone point me in the direction to getting Joanna Newsoms Diver's and TMEM record in digital? I own a physical copies but it's not with me and her stuff isn't on any of the streaming services I pay for.
>buying 1 album for 10 smackers on iTunes
>Apple Music = 10 smacks a month
Why were they so big? What made them so special?
ITT: here we recommend albums based on what other anons are looking for
Bumping. This thread's got potential. I'm happy to supply recs
If nobody is starting..
I want a Japanese album with harmonic orchestration and beautiful melodies
progressive rock could be ok
kinda like pic related
Which one is better?
>Band has a female member that doesn't sing
post an album and its best track
That's the worst song though.
>Tell Me What I Don't Know
How's everyone doing this evening?
Just finished Eyehategod - In the Name of Suffering, what an amazing band
Om are great. I like their first two albums the most. That True Widow album is really good too, haven't followed them since that one though.
>one of the greatest frontmen of all time
>progressive yet accessible song structure
>completely unique genre-blending
Why does /mu/ pretend that Queen isn't patrician?
Queen I, Queen II, Sheer Heart Attack, A Night at the Opera, and A Day at the Races are some of the best rock albums ever recorded.
Their later stuff solidified them as sports intercom-core for the rest of eternity.
Is he full of himself?
why cant i into classical? the rhythms are so syncopated and it feels like absolutely nothing. i dont feel like im listening to music when i listen to beethoven playing piano it sounds so fake and phony.. made solely for the appeasement of the snobby bourgeoisie
keep in mind i'm into longwinded complex music like GYBE and Swans so i'm not plebeian by any means
>made solely for the appeasement of the snobby bourgeoisie
Because you fell for a meme ideology and it's perverted your objective viewpoint. Don't worry, there's plenty of "class conscious" artists these days you can circlejerk off to with your coffee shop friends, you clearly don't need snobby proletariat oppressing pre-20th century music in your life.
What does /mu/ think?
>all this talkin all the time and the air fills up up up
>until there's nothin left to breath
>and you think you feel most everything
>and we know that our hearts are just made out >of strings to be pulled
>strings to be pulled
>so you think you've figured out everything
>but we know...
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>God is a woman
>and my mom she is a witch
>well you got the perfect disguise
>and you're lookin ok
come on, try to prove me wrong without mentioning their looks
oh wait, you can't
didnt want to be the one to make the new thread but lbr s/t is a doofus and cant do anything right edition
Okay, /mu/. I bought a box of old tapes at a yard sale for $5. What's good in this collection? I'm currently listening to some of the classical stuff, but what about the rest? It's mostly 70's/early-80's rock, pop, and country.
ITT: Overlooked, excellent albums.
where are the synth heads
>tfw just wanna play music all day but getting tendonitis in both arms from having to handwrite and type out a million fucking notes and papers
fuck this shit im so over it m8.
what instruments/genres/bands/gigs/jams do you guys do? Anyone live on campus with their instrument?
I bring my acoustic and my electric to campus. Every once in a while I'll play guitar or drums for a jam session but a band has never really formed. fuckin sucks but i'm able to make ambient bullshit in my room
Why do bands even release full length albums anymore? 9/10 times it'd be better taken in smaller chunks, and the songs usually don't have much to do with each other anyway.
Of these washed up has-beens, who is most likely to release a good album in the future? And what are the odds of that happening?
Also which of them will be remembered most fondly in ten years?
Eminem. Campaign Speech was actually an alright song, but I was utterly dissapointed with Shady XV, so I think he's still got in in him, but the chances are slim.
Jay-Z has kind of been off the map, so lord knows what he's doing.