>still canceling all his shows
he'll be fine
Is he next?
Why do people cry over pop stars dying? It seems completely weird...they don't give a fuck about you and their music is made for mass consumption. How do you even feel a personal connection to this sort of person? I'm trying to understand.
Let's say this album had been overproduced like Nevermind to make it accessible to normies, could it have exploded? Imo this album has better hooks and some songs are catchy af
>DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL AIN'T A GIRL NO MORE
YOU'RE IN HIGH SCHOOL AGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NO RECESSS NO RECEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEYUUUUUUUS
hell be fine
he'll be fine
ITT: Post screencaps of normies on facebook 'mourning' over david bowie.
It's all just a quick grab for a couple of likes; saying how deeply it's 'affected them'
>For instance, when describing on of the first songs we recorded, 'Somewhere', David referenced the Boards Of Canada song 'Alpha And Omega' [which McCaslin recorded] as an approach. We'd talk about Death Grips, this band in California [too]".
When is Somewhere going to get released? As a B-side?
Real Talk, was the death of Michael Jackson the biggest worldwide mourning for a musician? Has anyone come close? Elvis? Lennon?
What were his last words?
What makes something /mu/core
>jesus was ressurected 4 days after his death
>bowie died 4 days after his album release
bowie = jesus
deal with it fags.
Some old British faggot died. How is this relevant? Did he play dad rock or something?
Will it become /mu/core in light of what it stands for?