ITT: Albums you're too scared to listen to.
Why is rock so superior?
Was the Post-Punk revival actually a thing? Because the more I think about it the more I realize most of the bands in that "movement" had no sonic similarities.
What's next for her career?
Whats the diffetence betweem Indie Rock and Alternative Rock?
Post the saddest songs you've ever heard. I'll start: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAhQzXpBTfA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPN_P5J9s1U Maybe not a sad song in itself, but in the context of the album (it being the last song); those piano keys around the midway point and on are just crushing to me. Really beautiful ending for a roller coaster of an album. Also, maybe not the saddest i've ever heard, but that's what came to mind and was recent in memory
get ready faggots
ITT: Shit tier rappers
Just listened to Bleach for the first time and already I feel that this album is very special to me. It is also the only album that I would actually argue is "perfect". It not only opened my eyes to underground rock, but also enlightened me on the subject of just how far rock music can go, while still being rock music.
I recently came to the conclusion, in an altered state of mind, that the only reason that this album could be completed in one lifetime is because it wasn't made in one lifetime. In truth it had been in the making since the classical era....
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guess silly stuff or recommend music or both or something else if you want
For such an abrasive album, how did it get so popular?
I understand Closer and Hurt were pretty accessible, but the rest of the album was some really cutting-edge shit compared to almost of the mainstream rock music at the time.
Of course, it's not quite Swans or even Sonic Youth in terms of abrasiveness. But for a quadruple-platinum album, it's pretty goddamn abrasive.
Trent had already gained a ton of momentum off Pretty Hate Machine and Broken by this point and Closer being a massive hit on top of that pretty much guaranteed this albums success.
i've commented on that too.
On a related note, it always made me want to respect Marylin Manson for doing something similar and more thoroughly cracking into the mainstream. Only real difference being that manson sucked.
can anyone reccomend really fucking loud energetic garage rock bands that sound like Guitar Wolf and/or The Hives
what do you guys think of his body of work?
Who is the greatest musician of the 21st century?
what are your top 10 albums this year?
1. Of Montreal - Aureate Gloom
2. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp A Butterfly
3. Mark Ronson - Uptown Special
4. Marina and the Diamonds - Froot
5. Perdition Temple - Tempter's Victorious
6. Pinkshinyultrablast - Everything Else Matters
7. Napalm Death - Apex Predator Easy Meat
8. Lucy Rose - Work It Out
9. Bjork - Vulnicura
10. Beardfish - Comfort Zone
1. 寺田創一 - Sounds From the Far East
2. Young Thug - Barter 6
3. Helm - Olympic Mess
4. Stara Rzeka - Zamknęły się oczy ziemi
5. Perfume Advert - +200 Gamma
6. Graham Lambkin / Michael Pisaro - Schwarze Riesenfalter
7. Tigran Hamasyan - Luys i Luso
8. Chris Lightcap's Bigmouth - Epicenter
9. Eric La Casa / Taku Unami - Parazoan Mapping
10. Charles Cohen - Brother I Prove You Wrong