how did black metal come to be so much better than every other metal subgenre?
Can we get a bob thread going?
>most underrated album
literally anything pls lets talk about him
>Visions of Johanna is GOAT Dylan song
>John Wesley Harding is thrown into the shit pile by most people despite being one of his most focused works
>H61R has god-tier opener and closer but is weak in the middle, not even top 5 of his albums for me
I like his early folkier stuff the best. His first two albums are my favourite from him. Also enjoyed Blonde On Blonde a lot. Highway 61 was okay. Any recs?
Also, what's /mu/'s opinion on his last album (Tempest, I think)? Heard good stuff about it.
what the fuck am I even listening to?
ITT: we use stock images to describe song titles and guess what song they are
ITT: music for listening while on the toilet
i haven't seen my gf in two weeks and I'm horny as fuck i want to fuck her with the force of 1000 suns right now
what's some good music for this feel?
what does /mu/ think of this album?
idk what's on that album but if it's Scar Tissue, it's good. There was actually a discussion about this two days ago, people generally thought it was mediocre but overaverage. Some people were still in love with it before they convinced themselves they were too cool to like it though.
why do you act like that
can't you just appreciate something that's actually pretty good instead of acting like some fucking elite music review... we're on an anonymous image board for fuck sake you don't have to pretend to be cool. just because you got bullied in grades 2-12 doesn't mean you have to act tough online.
All memes and >reddit aside, why do you dislike Queen?
Here's the thing about Freddie. The man had some serious pipes. He had a 4 octave range and he excelled in any octave. He wrote brilliant songs. And his stage presence was only matched by Adolf Hitler. Seriously, watch them play Radio Gaga at Live Aid and then watch a video of the Nuremburg rallies. We had better thank our lucky stars Freddie didn't go into politics or he would have taken over the world. But Queen as a whole had a brilliant dynamic. It wasn't just the Freddie Mercury backup band. They all made huge creative contributions to what made Queen what...
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Happy 50th birthday to Dexter Holland!
This shit makes me feel old. I think being in my mid-20s I'm still at the point where I associate anything 50 and up as 'old' so the fact that 70s rockstars are old is just implicit, it's always been that way to me. But the 90s still somehow seems 'recent' so shit like this is just disorienting
Anyway, Smash is a classic but they kinda start to lose me with Americana then turned to total shit around the turn of the century. I rate them Better-Than-Green-Day/10
this is shit
What's your dads favorite band?
Is there more to country than this?
Anyone have any experience playing shows while working full time?
Is it workable to work Mon-Fri while writing, recording, and playing on the off time and the weekends?
Yes it's workable. Expect to supplement your band (who you can't devote enough hours to by working full time) with the money you make from your day job. Expect it to be a constant struggle and expect little social life between