The /mu/ wikia says they're not, but I think they're just trying to be nice. 90% of the time if you don't know the albums on this list you'll probably feel left out of the conversation.
P.S, list might need slight updating, but the basic albums are there.
Hospice = not anymore bitch
replace it with this
Similar to this?
So, what is the best version of The House of the Rising Sun? The Animals? Frijid Pink? Bob Dylan? Shitton other artists that did that song? I'm at loss here /mu/, help me out.
>50 years of popular music
>only one album worth a shit
>wasn't even released because it wasn't profitable
What a fucking shitshow
Why is chief keef such a real nigga?
His most focused album since Outside. The last two tracks are really pretty. New version of Sue better than the old, but not the same case for Tis a Pity. Overall 8/10
What band is this?
>RIP LYLE UGLEMAN REALEST TO EVER DO IT POURING OUT A 40 FOR MY HOMIE SHAWN KEMP HUMAN RAP GAME THERE AINT NO SLACK IN MY MACK
I am listening to nervous gender
LRD over and over again god damn
I like experimental rock music with an evil witch on vocals and I heard Yoko Ono was pretty good, but she has like 20 albums and apparently Lennon-san has a lot to do with her. What do I do, start with The Beatles?
Guns N' Roses are getting back together
>song is shorter than 10 minutes
>Not liking Light my Fire
At 7 Minutes it was almost there. I really think they should have gone one step further and added a bassline solo since the keys got one and Guitar too.
Post your favorite goth albums
Hear me out, ok? Before you spam this thread with "go back to Nigeria you fuckin nigger" or "wew lad nice copypasta" or just spouting insults like "pleb", bear with me for a minute. If I am genuinely a pleb, you can let me know by giving a constructed argument against what I'm about to say instead of spewing buzzwords.
All my life, I've heard the generally accepted idea that rock is good, hip-hop is bad. Rock is substance filled, hip-hop is about bitches, money, drugs, and violence. Even on this board, your asshole is torn apart if you even DARE to say hip-hop is a respectable genre. Why is this? Is this because of some form of racism? Is this because of cherry picking due to the popular media portraying "bangers" as the representation of hip-hop as a whole? I myself cannot give many examples without sounding like I am generalizing, but it seems that although the "pleb" side of hip-hop is usually vapid nonsense, this is only a fraction of it. Whereas "rock" seems like it is mainly dominated by bullshit. I know on this board when most people refer to rock or whatever they're speaking on its various sub-genres (indie rock, math rock, post-rock, etc.), and even if I do enjoy these styles myself, but why are they so above hip-hop? Even if hip-hop has a history of being "non-lyrical", one can plainly see that it offers a format that begs for rich lyricism and offers a convenient and logical way to deliver said lyrics. But EVERY time I indulge in even the pinnacle of folk, rock, punk, etc., I find simplistic and pretentious lyrics and arrangements when compared to the potential of hip-hop. Sure, hip-hop may be more straight forward but does the music have to be so mind-numbingly "deep" and "artistic" that it goes beyond average human comprehension? I'm not saying every song should be "killin all dese snitches, fuckin all dese bitches", just the hip-hop as a form of art offers a more poetic approach to music.