Albums in which only the opener and closer are any good, but the opener and closer are mind fuckingly good.
So what do we think?
Was this suppose to prove a point?
Whats the soundtracks for the blind of hip hop?
Remember how back in like 2012 /mu/ thought music is supposed to be listened to in the context of an album? kek
>listening to individual tracks off an album
now that's the real fucking cringe lads
Why aren't you a fan of Roy Harper?
On a scale of 1-10, how angry does this image make you?
Best Anime of All Time
add it to the chart OP
will rec for food
currently on the lookout for female-fronted thrash metal
what genre is that lamp album in the bottom right?
What are some artists that took a 180 in their musical style?
Sugar Ray went from funk metal/nu metal to the 90s sunshine pop they're known for.
Bathory made quite a big change going from black metal to viking metal.
Neurosis started out as hardcore punk and changed pretty drastically to post-metal.
Naked City went from playing grindcore/jazz straight to dark ambient on their final album.
Why can so few Asians into music?
What's your favourite Death Grips album, and why is it The Money Store?
Post your favorite female artists and their best song
>top notch song writing
>top notch aesthetic
>top notch art
>top notch videos
>top notch political message
death june is for proud white men
what is she listening to?
How does /mu feel about vaporwave?
Cut an album down to a 5 track EP.
1. Ful Stop
2. The Present Tense
3. Decks Dark
5. The Numbers
I know it won't stop them from happening but I really dislike these threads. It's a fine example of how people just use "filler" interchangeably with "songs I don't like". You're ruining the album's flow and the artist's vision just because you have a short attention span. It's extremely pleb behaviour
1. My War
2. Can't Decide
3. Beat My Head Against The Wall
4. I Love You
Let's say an artist releases an album where the album title is an anagram of the artist's name.
(like Interpol's El Pintor)
Make up some anagrammed album titles and others try to figure out who the artist is.
use this maybe:
Does any post-punk album come close in terms of expressivity, complexity and overall originality?
where da fuck is this shit? link please
tired of waiting for spotify shit
Bob Dylan's kids
ITT: we post our favorite albums to jam to when we're hammered.
pic related: I've accidentally woken neighbors late at night with my wannabe karaoke to these two on multiple occasions
also it's cool if you explain why.
both of those albums are sad and loud. the lonesome crowded west is very clearly inspired in part by alcoholism, and if you don't think clowns as a character are a perfect parody of intoxicated behavior, then I don't know what to tell you.
and they both have an extremely dry sense of humor, bitter to the end.
fucking perfect for alcoholic depressives like myself.
sorry for the multiple posts, I'm already drunk at 2 in the afternoon.
I WANT A RANGEEE LIFEEEE
ITT: Albums that should be /mu/-core
>/mu/ tells me this record is good
>it's WE WUZ KANGZ: the album
the last time I listen to you fuckers
Post the 4 last albums you've listened to,people guess stuff
Whats some great sex albums/playlists, quick quick, I'm an hour away from some dirty dancing
also virgins get out
You're so natural, religiously unkind...
OH NO LOVE YOU'RE NOT ALONE.
What happened to rock music?
Coming from someone who loves rock music in general - e.g. everything from the Beatles to Green Day, Elvis to Nirvana, Buddy Holly to REM, Pink Floyd to Linkin Park, Queen to Alice in Chains, and Guns n' Roses to My Chemical Romance. Basically I love all of rock music whether it be punk, progressive, glam, metal, alternative, grunge, nu metal, or emo.
But it seems that rock music is dead nowadays. It's gotten to the point where I would actually be excited for a new Nickelback album. There are plenty of old rock bands who release...
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Does liking Smashing Pumpkins make you a skid?