>Recreate an album cover by looking up a well detailed phrase in google image search and others guess
Every year 4chan has a winter ball its an old tradition.
Who are we going with?
A nice friendly board or a sexy one.
Albums that were probably composed by a psychopath.
Post your favorites so far (charts, albums, whatever)
Didn't listen to a whole lot this year so pretty newfag looking list
What did /mu/ think of this album?
Paul Simon is my favorite musician. I enjoyed it out of love for him but only a couple of the songs I enjoyed thoroughly.
It's an interesting album. It's an unfamiliar sound from him.
I am intrigued at his new interest in electronic music. It shows in this album.
I would love to watch Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel have sex.
Expectations vs reality thread
it's not disco in particular, but unlike other prog bands, "Close to the edge" aged like a carton of milk from the same time.
It feels way too 70's, and when you can tell the decade a music was made when you hear it, it is shit.
How can people listen to classical? It all sounds the same.
is post-rock the classical of our time?
Who's the female Leonard Cohen?
ITT: Hacks hanging out with other hacks
Posthardcore masterpiece 1994. Cedrick said on twitter there would be no ATDI without this album. Dustin "Dirty", roadie of Unwound is also close friends of the guitarist and singer of DLJ.
Listening to this all the way through is a chore. The longer songs are too long. I stubbornly forced myself to listen to this album in it's entirety over many times because it's a "classic" and most importantly, clearly there is good album in here.
Now I know how to actually enjoy it.
Basically edit to the same length as a Hot Snakes album and it's just better. A lot of bloat can be removed. A shorter,condensed version would've better for all longer songs. Luau's riff in particular...
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i see where you're coming from. i like yank crime, but i treat it as a double album. first half ending at luau, second half at sinews. kinda autistic but it's the only way i can listen to it
>3 years today since he died
how are you honoring him, /mu/?
If you would recommend one single album to a person who previously only has listened to top-40 type music, which one would it be?
cause your third eye's just a fuckin hole in your head
Albums you thought it was going to be a masterpiece judging by the intro of the first song or the first song itself
Is there anybody here whose favourite album isn't a cliché? Are we all victims of hype culture or are these albums overexposed for a reason?
What went wrong?
What does mu think of them where they just a little ahead of their time?
These guys were the absolute embodiment of New Wave.
I personally prefer OP's pic related to anything else in their catalogue for one particular reason - the guitar playing. These guys were fucking guitar wizards, with that rhythm+lead dual guitar hybrid and melodic bass.
It's almost a shame their better known records are those where they mostly abandoned guitars and went full synth.
Why do people shit on this release?
It was an amazing return for Aphex and showed how he utilized modern technology to make his music even more complicated in the best way possible.
It's catchy as fuck, patterns are constantly changing, and an unbelievable amount of details throughout the whole thing.
Is he the Gertrude Stein of lyricism?
>"The thing Alaska did next scared and shocked and surprised me in a way nothing had ever ever scared or shocked or surprised me until that moment, a moment which lasted no longer than one sharp intake of breath but one I have no doubt will last my entire life. She said 'I love you'. Not 'You're cool' or 'I had a really fun time' or 'Do you always kiss like that?' I love you. As in 'I, Alaska Young, love you, Miles Halter'. As in 'I Alaska Young have not only noticed that you Miles Halter...
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Seriously, is there anything this woman can't do?
what does /mu/ think about susan boyle?
Is this album and the group worth of my attention?
>4 days before release
>No full leak yet
The absolute madmen. Is /mu/ hyped? Any opinions on the leaked 1min snippets?
considering that Cross copied homework/discovery and AVD copied HAA, this new album will sound something like RAM all said and done
Will these two clowns do anything original in their entire life?
where can I find some upbeat shoegaze?
I love the whole wall of sound thing but the albums that do it well are usually much more slower in tempo and have a much less fun atmosphere
ITT: 11/10 albums that changed your perception of music forever.
>Name a better band whose name begins with X than XTC
I bet you can't
>leave /mu/ for four years
>still talking about the same albums
Why doesn't anyone talk about this man, Glenn Danzig? Is it because of his overt machoism? Is it because he's king manlet at a staggering 5'3"? Is it because he got knocked out by a land whale on camera? Is it because heavy metal just wasn't hip with the vapid grunge listening mainstream of the 90s? I just don't get it; everything this man has done from 1977-1994 is pure gold. Everything from his career with the Misfits through Danzig IV (especially Samhain) is amazing.
Who would've won in a fight between peak Danzig and peak Rollins?