>Flying Saucer Attack
>Cul De Sac
>The Red Krayola
>The Dead C
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scrobble bowie :(
listening to Bowie would feel like voyeurism to me somehow
Is it stupid to call this AOTY? the whole death concept of it just makes it an absolute masterpiece imo
Tbh senpai I think it is. Death was the main concept off Carrie and Lowell which was an AOTY for me. Blackstar might not be traditional Bowie but goddammit senpai, it's Bowie through and through.
Pick one. The one you don't choose never existed.
>tfw always heard about how great David Bowie was
>tfw never got around to listening to him
I SHOULD HAVE FOUND THE TIME
Vinyl collectors? Or cassette collectors?
Personality wise cassette collectors by far, normal people like vinyl while with cassettes if they're not old or musicians / hardcore appreciators themselves they're hipster tattooed faggots who probably like Andrew Jackson Jihad and follow vapor wave tumblr accounts
Also there's nothing wrong with vinyl or cassettes themselves
Cause your third eyes just a fuckin hole in your head
> bored of everything i listen to
>need new shit
>cant find any new artist/band with stuff that consistently appeals to me
what do you guys do to find new music?
Not be a closed-minded retard? Go to rym, find an album you like, select one of the sub genres, and scroll through there. Or you can go to top albums, go into about the 700-1000 range and just pick something that looks good. Also sharethreads, suggestions from friends, last.fm. if you cant regularly find new music you're just an idiot.
Bowie dying is semi-understandable. However
How the hell is he still alive
ITT: God-Tier Pop-Punk Bands
>INB4 Fireworks & TSSF
The word Pop shouldn't be anywhere near Punk.
It's all a publicity stunt.
His David Bowie persona died and 4 days after that, Lazarus is born.
So what upcoming releases are there to look forward to now that the we all know what will end up being praised as the AOTY?
ITT: Underrated albums
I think the events surrounding this album raise an interesting question about critical evaluation of a work. It was generally pretty well celebrated before his death, but only after he died was the real purpose of it seen. Should we take that into account when assessing the album? When it was reviewed, no one had any clue this was meant to be a final goodbye to his fans and world in a way that only Bowie could manage. I think it makes it a much more impressive work of art and something that hasn't been done before in music, but should the album be considered in isolation or not?
>something that hasn't been done before in music
When will this meme end?
How do you think he is going to carry that weight now that Bowie has named him as his successor?
"Kanye West? He is... my... successor. Yes. It is true. Kanye West, also, now, known as, because of course, as it is written, it is true, the man who shall, yes, succ-, yes, -eed me. Yes."
- David Bow