Fantano came true with that. Really is that. Ha, ha, ha, faggots.
#9 Chief Keef
#4 Young Thug
#3 French Montana
#2 Lil Dicky
#1 Slim Jesus
>This leads to conversations where people are like “Oh, Young Thug he’s so great, he uses his voice like an instrument like…” and in my head I’m like what? Like singing? Like you know people have sang before?... The same goes for Future.
>Future is a one-dimensional Lil Wayne...
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Bands that only you listen to.
I remember listening to this album amongst others with my friend, in middle school. My friend liked Slayer and Lamb of God and other shit but Pantera was always my favorite. I feel like their 'best of' album is insurmountably catchy in terms of metal albums.
Best /mu/core movies? I'm extremely board tonight.
Heard stop making sense is pretty good.
Bands who stole others bands sound but get credit for the sound.
Death from Above 1979 > Royal Blood
OMG >>>>>> lovelyz
>Now, I understand that Grunge fans will feel that this is an ignorant statement, but lets be fair, because asides from Alice in Chains who used odd time signatures to a creative effect, there wasn’t much going for Grunge. Take the example of when Def Leppard performed live unplugged on an American radio station, singing in harmony. The DJ said, ‘That was incredible’, to which Joe replied: ‘you must be a product of the nineties. There is nothing incredible about three guys singing in tune.’
>t. bitter dadrocker or slut in her mid-forties who couldn't get every hole filled during gangbangs by hair metal bands
Grunge wasn't the best thing ever, but culturally, it brought the focus of mainstream music to songwriters, underground movements, and people who were interested in art instead of selling out stadiums and sucking the fat jew dick of the recording industry.
>hair metal was any better
>all those songs had the same exact chord progressions, shredder solos, and lyrical subject matter
Man, the late 80s was a dismal, dark period for mainstream rock.
Is pic related a good way of de-plebbing myself?
We all know this band is trash
But why specifically is this album the worst piece of work to ever come out of the 2003-2008ish Scene/Pop-punk/Warped tour shilling bands?
I give zero fucks. They reinvented themselves to appeal to a mainstream audience and I started singing along to their songs on "alternative" radio.
Wouldn't buy the album. But I've reached a point of nihilism where I actively listen to things like this and Panic at the Disco and literally give zero fucks.
Just enjoy shit and watch the world burn friends.
I can't help but miss when Panic! at the Disco and FoB were alternative/pop rock bands instead of just pop. A Fever You Can't Sweat Out and From Under the Cork Tree were the shit when they came out, their new stuff is just hella lame neutered fuckery
shit slaps, yo
Is happy music the worst kind of music?
>This house is saaaaaad
>Death Grips fanbase
Please stop trying to associate a quality television show with piece of shit fucking Death Grips.
>tfw reading about all the jazz musicians that didn't even to make it to 50 years old
So many casualties in this genre
What's making you feel tonight?
i been crying to this lately