Why the fuck does /mu/ always discuss that album as if it was insanely abstract and difficult to comprehend? Finally listened to it, it's rather accessible.
Not to say it's bad, I really liked the album.
I think TMR is his best but some of his other albums are definitely worth listening to.
Mirror Man for long bluesy jams (a personal favourite)
Safe as Milk for fairly accessible yet experimental blues rock (a lot of people like this album the most)
And Lick My Decals Off Baby is good if you want something similar to Trout Mask Replica
Post shit you would never play in public but personally enjoy. Posting anime music is too easy so try to avoid that.
The time has come!
Post your charts & trashtalk others!
Here the motivational template for extra lazy people:
name 10 female singers that aren't bad
is liking lofi just a meme?
No one is listening in the old one. Lets get a new one going.
Made a new track:
Also before u post ur link try to give some feedback to someone else.
Makes the thread a lot more fun for everyone.
will try and return feedback when I get home
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It's a mixed list, good to see so much Thugger but they put a god awful Grimes track in there
Does anybody else like this album? I dont know what it is about it but the weird noises and overall "toy factory" aesthetic has really grown on me. I wish they'd do another album like this but that'll never happen.
Also Queens of the Stone Age thread.
I think the "toy factory" vibe is just another part of their long running nostalgic/pulp/film style they also use in music videos etc
Like how Like Clockwork had that pulp comic Vampire style
I think some people find the riffs and production too grating
this album isnt as groovy as a lot of their other stuff
lotta tracks are straight DIRK DIRK DIRK DIRK DUNNNAA NA DIRK
Who here feels nostalgia when listening to Vaporwave? I feel nostalgia for times i was never in, and places I've never been.
Anemonia - I knew there was a word for it!
What time - the 80's?
Yeah, I have that for the 80s, I was only brn in 87, so although I remember the fall of the Berlin Wall and seeing late 80's repeats, growing up hearing older siblings play 80's music and seeing 80's films on television, I suppose it makes sense.
Memes and shitposting aside, which of these is actually the better album and why is it Bleach?
But it's not Bleach. Spiderland has a singular theme throughout the whole album, isolation, and a singular mood being conveyed. And it's conveyed wonderfully.
Bleach is a collection of grunge songs with no real connection other than genre. Why do you keep posting Bleach threads when we've already decided In Utero and Nevermind are better.
In fact a proper comparison would be contemporary Louisville band Rodan and their album Rusty. Both albums have interesting motifs regarding sex, but whereas Spiderland is about isolationism Rusty is about everything changing, things "rusting."
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>no cringe thread
My favorite. You can hear the exact moment the entire audience shit themselves.
Which Bowie is best Bowie?
Yoooo senpai, why 90s bowie tryna look like yo scummy-ass uncle that would show up faded to family gatherings and sneak away to the bathroom and take WAY too much adderall. Nigga he wanna be Guy Fierri sooo bad. Like nigga who let Smashmouth in here. Lmaooooo senpai.