Top of the charts edition
Are you fucking kidding me? This shit sucks.
I need a perfect 8 song album
Any and all genres welcome
Brian "I Hate Black People" Eno
What's essential Ballou-core?
Was this the best vaporwave album of 2015?
whats some good nu metal?
ITT: Post your favorite album and ask a question, others do the same and answer to other questions.
>What is your favorite song by The Beatles?
>Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds
How would you rank the Radiohead albums?
How loud do you like your music, /mu/?
Is this the pinnacle of space-rock?
Let's be real here guys, no memes, no trolling please. Oasis is literally the greatest musical artist of all time. If you can find me a better song than 'Champagne Supernova' or a better album than 'Definitely Maybe' I would like to hear it because it must be truly incredible. But the thing is, such things don't exist because music in the human race peaked with Oasis. Never again will we experience such an awesome, incredible band that writes anthems for every person on earth.
Now, if you don't like Oasis, I suggest you get the fuck...
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Algernon Cadwallader - Some Kind of Cadwallader
Do you have an RYM, by any chance?
I've always loved your taste
here are some recommendations for you people
I'm so sad
The band Paavoharju, from Finland
That Mary O'Hara LP is at my local record store for like 2 bucks
I like Ween a lot as well
Robbie Basho, Lil Ugly Mane, Neu
Chakra - Satekoso
Hey /mu/, I've been reading into sub-genres of rock, metal, and hip hop and have found that certain genres have a strangely strong regional scene. For example, New Orleans has a pretty strong Sludge Metal scene and Providence has a reasonably prevalent Noise rock scene, The PNW had grunge. And of course, Atlanta has quite a bit of trap. Can anyone think of any other genres with specific ties to cities or areas?
I think it's the easiest to see in hip-hop.
NY = grimy, gritty, "hard" rap
L.A. = g-funk
Atlanta = trap
Chicago = jazzy rap
Seattle = grunge rap (and Macklemore)
Houston = lean music, but calmer than trap
Detroit = J-Dilla
call me a faggot
Hit me with some Casimir Pulaski Day shit, /mu/