>band has only 28.6k Twitter followers
they'll be fine
ITT: shit on personal 10/10s
The singer's a wimp
About a hundred half-baked minute long ideas parading as songs
Can't make up its mind if it wants to be lo-fi or not
How many of you guys have heard of/seen Hamilton? Have you listened to any of the songs? Thoughts?
Are there any really good albums with horrible covers or shit albums with amazing covers? From what I've seen, good albums usually have apealing covers, and garbage has unapealing ones.
Personally I find pic related to be pretty damn good. Like a 7/10.
But the artwork is the actually worst thing I've ever fucking seen in my life
>good albums with horrible covers
DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW JOAN OF ARC FELT
>Listen to Hip Hop
>Just a black person grunting "THIS DICK AINT FREE!" over shitty beats
>Listen to indie rock
>Just a white person yelling "IIIIIII LOVE YOU JESUS CHRIIIIIIST!" over shitty riffs
>Listen to Kpop
>Just an asian person squealing "AGAGOOGI GAH GAH AGA ONI CHAN" over shitty synths
Why is music so shit /mu/?
>David Bowie will never make another album
Who do you think are you fooling Pitchfork?
Go and check yourself for albums in generals at web.archive.com
(not a fan of Be Here Now, but this it's a shame)
Be Here Now is pretty alright, but yeah after that album Oasis fell out of critical and public favor and became a joke in the music industry. Liam ruined his voice, Noel quit drugs and forgot how to write a good song, the last original band members abandoned ship, etc.
it's not just a Be Here Now discuss. It's about changing votes of an album like "who the fuck cares, just give it 2 points less"
where is the credibility?
I just heard this.
Is it good?
What 2016 releases should I be keeping an ear out for?
Jan 1: Krallice - Hyperion
Jan 8: David Bowie - Blackstar
Venomous Concept - Kick Me
Lion's Daughter - Existence Is Horror
Jan 15: Daughter - Not to Disappear
New Couch Party - Chameleon
The Anchoress - Confessions
Brothers Osbourne - Pawn Shop
Raw - Battalion of Demons
Anderson Paak - Malibu
Bloodiest - s/t
Lycus - Chasms
Smoke Rings - Boxes
Jan 22: Abbath - s/t
Lisa Hilton - Nocturnal
Savages - Adore Life
Jesu & Sun Kil Moon
Fire! - She Sleeps
Tortoise - Catastrophist
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>He doesn't like Hardcore Hustle
>mark kozolek and bradford cox recommend this album
>listen to, sounds alright
>corny as fuck black soul ladies start singing on the tracks
That's cause it's a soul album you ignorant fuck. Try reading about the album yourself instead of going blindly into it just because some artist recommended it. Learn to think for yourself, you tool.
Hey guys, rewatching the vids it occurred to me that the woman who receives the skull in Blackstar bears a striking resemblance to the one from Lazarus. I think the woman bestowing the skull represents death and each of the other women represent different ways of dying. Forgive me if this has already come up and I missed it.
Also, any other similarities between the vids or theories in general?
There was a big Reddit thread on this and its meaning. Google "villa of ormen" and you can probably find it.