Is this as good as metal gets?
Has there ever been such a huge disparity between production talent and lyrical talent?
First 2016 AotY?
>we will never experience the joy of hearing a proper album release from him, not a bunch of old demos
Does anyone have the recent vinyl reissue of this? If so, is it good?
What the fuck went wrong?
Indie's version of "LuLu"
Hello there, good sir. It appears you are holding up a sign greeting Reddit. Believe it or not, this isn't Reddit though! This is 4chan, the music board, actually. Feel free to stay, just realize this isn't Reddit.
How do I find the names of albums in a 3x3? Search google for images doesn't work
music for pic related
I wanna attract tumblr girls so they can ruin my life
>degenerates thinking indie pop and chart pop are different musically
>people thinking Pitchfork, Stereogum, and Noisey are underground
>people thinking Anthony Fantano is good at reviewing music
>people who think Christgau is contrarian and a writing hack because they've never read his longform pieces (most likely due to extreme ADD)
>le opinions written decades apart meme
ITT: god-tier music videos
>Venereology is the best merzbow album
>Merzbeat is the best merzbow album
>Amlux is the best merzbow album
do you want to walk in deepest space with me?
Thoughts on this album? Frank Zappa in general?
the tracks where he tries to sound like jazz aren't very good DESU
Peaches En Regalia is one of the best Zappa tracks though, Willie the Pimp is pretty good and Gumbo Variations is a pretty cool jam
one thing that always bother me is that I first got this as the Ryko CD that has a longer 17 minute version of Gumbo Variations and it still just sounds wrong to me every time when it starts "mid-track"
I'm not a big fan of death cab or most of there discography but this album one of there more older albums broke my top 3 fav albums of all time. It blew my mind away and I love it. Anyone else heard it? What did you think of it? Favorite songs?
I personally think the best song on the album is title track. But the whole album is gold desu.
The best track is No Joy In Mudville and yeah it's in my top 5 too. I love the overarching theme of doing bad and irresponsible things to yourself even you know it's a bad idea. Most of the time artists use drags as a catalyst for this theme but young relationships is a much better of making it relatable and therefore reflective upon the listener. The best part about this album is if you took away the lyrics and vocals you'd still feel everything it's trying to convey albeit less specifically.