>"at some point it stops"
>tape rewinding sound
>YOU'RE NOT LISTENING I SAID STOP
also rip harbaugh and rip 49ers
>he's going to a meme-college
they sure love black flag
>enjoying the fuck out of aphex twin's syro
>fav track is by far Syro - Piezoluminescence Mix
>my roomate's fav track is Syrobonkus
>ofw we notice strong similarities
>"do you think if we put the two songs together..."
>ofw they have the same bpm
>ofw it syncs perfectly
>ofw searching the archive and some based /mu/tant already made a video about it
>ofw realizing aphex twin is the true master of music
>walked into hanson records
>didnt pay attention to where I was
>politely say hello to Aaron Dilloway, not realizing who he is
>he starts playing some woman shrieking over pounding drums
>kinda weird but I dig it
>browse his interesting collection of noise records
>leave with a "thanks"
blew my mind afterwards when I realized where I was. wish I had told the dude that I was a fan of his work with wolf eyes and his solo material
All the weird scratched up voices in Everything In Its Right Place is literally just samples of Thom's vocals in the verses (sucking on a lemon, colors in my head, etc) and at one point in the beginning the voice says Kid A
The Money Trees beat is Silver Soul by Beach House in reverse
they're on the bottom right corner
>im giving up on trying to sell you things you aint buying
>vaporwave samples infomercials for products that dont even exist anymore
When Kanye says "Got the power to make your life so exciting" at 3:15 in "POWER," the echo of the last words ("so exciting") is looped to sound like "suicide, suicide, suicide..."
Realized this one for the first time today after 100+ listens
there isn't a chipmunk sounding backing vocalist in the smiths
Yeah, definitely intentional considering it comes right before "Now this will be a beautiful death: jumping out the window, letting everything go."
The backing vocals of Reckoner are singing "in rainbows".
>Jeff saying "1" at the beginning of Communist Daughter is the missing count from "2, 1 2 3 4" from the beginning of Holland, 1945
Unfortunately they do, my friend.
Also, maybe it's just me but this is a bearded dude meditation and not a weird multi-limbed monster crossing his arms.
Spaghetti skeleton is wearing a tuxedo. The cover is actually a vampire looking in the mirror.
Also the past four OPN albums have begun with the letter "R".
The scrambled words just before the first line of the song are actually the first line played backwards, so that at the end of the scrambled words, the note transitions into the first word of the verse
The stuff behind the demon isn't a forest, but is actually the titular "dopethrone" with an array of electric wizards to the right of him.
>My Girls is based around a sample of Your Love by Frankie Knuckles
>Your Love is a house song about love
>My Girls is a love song about a house
The cut-off ending of dream sweet in sea major and the cut-off beginning of time machine fit together perfectly. Time machine is, of course, two tracks BEFORE sea major. So it's actually displaced in the timeline of the album. Cuz it's about a fuckin time machine.
The picture for the album with Earl and the Crucifix are repeated, creating two of the same image
its the lower half of an ear, turned sideways
The ending of the closing track on this album is a redone version of the intro line to the first track of their first album.
New version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcvJ_2J8hpM#t=320
Person Pitch is a spiritual successor to Pet Sounds
>Dancing with Tears in My Eyes is about her dead sister
In every single Radiohead album there are three or so songs with random lead ins and fade outs
If you assembled these in reverse chronological order you would have a perfectly flowing album
This video Flows almost perfectly with on the run.
My Country, 'Tis of Thee can be heard playing in the background of Cop Shoot Cop at 6:18.
Who was that one anon who posted a song from a noise album and a rock album and mashed the two songs together? That was bready amazing.
Ah, here it is.
the dude conducting the interview seems like an airhead
the guy making the beat seems cool, though. I like the way he gets nervous and glances around wide-eyed while explaining the different layers to the beat/adding the synth line, haha
Then you'll love this.
Yeah, I go to MSU, so naturally I have to hate Ann Arbor. The music scene in East Lansing is weak in comparison, but the people are much more chill. I always have a good time when I'm there, though.
MSU has 3 record stores. One amazing, one good, and one okay.
Flat Black and Circular is by far the best. It's located above Chipotle and Rice Kitchen. I'm there at least once a week.
>Just got into MSU
I'm so jealous of where you're at. I graduate in May. You're in for a fucking blast.
Magic Window's only purpose was to bring the final album length to 66:06
>electric phase is just the 2 chord jam session at the end of medication but run through various filters and effects.
if you're still hanging around, I have applications going to Kenyon, Vassar, Wesleyan, and a slough of schools that my mom is pressuring me apply to that I don't really care for. Money's an issue, and I'll be a national merit finalist, so she's pushing me to go somewhere that will give me a free ride. (on that note, any /mu/tants at OU? graduates? seems like I might end up there)
>song title: "Exit Does Not Exist"
>meaning there's no escape from the drug trip/ mental disorder
>song lyric "Does not exist, take an exit"
>describing the person he thought he was talking to
I originally thought he was just saying the song title in a weird way but it was actually a brilliant foreshadowing.
Kind of underwhelming considering those two overlapping tracks were clearly created to complement third one and yet fall flat on their face compared to any other track on the album.
In Pink Floyd's "The Great Gig In The Sky," the singer whispers something at 3:32. It sounds like "I never said I was afraid of dying."
In Pink Floyd's "Empty Spaces" there is an actual hidden message if you play the song backwards. The text is "Congratulations, you have discovered the secret message. Please send your answer to Old Pink."
Old Pink is the main character of the album, and this message was put in just to make fun of people who were looking for backward messages, which was a thing back then.
If you look closely at this album art, there is a demon standing on a body in the background.
So wild, savage... I'll always remember the feeling of when I first heard them. 1965, with lyrics like "I hate you... but call me". Other dimension.
>a demon standing on a body in the background.
Are people really so uncultured?
some Anco facts:
>The voice at the beginning of Who Could Win A Rabbit is a recording of someone talking in a restaurant in Baltimore
>Deakin didn't play on Sung Tongs but you can hear him say "I started playing the game and....like the game" on Mouth Wooed Her.
>Monkey Riches samples the "I Like Turtles" kid
>The guitars on Feels were tuned to an out-of-tune piano at Scott Colburn's studio, so they're all microtonally lower than standard tuning. Seriously, try playing along to one of the songs.
>Geologist's song from the Keep EP can be heard during Transverse Temporal Gyrus
>The piano in Cuckoo Cuckoo is a Franz Lizst piece looped
>The scream sample in Street Flash was first used on Person Pitch (the homer simpson scream during Bros)
>Safer's original live version didn't have piano
>the vocal loop in What Would I Want? Sky is the Grateful Dead
we all cant be true gentlemen like you
If you listen to this album as if it were one song, at the 4:20 mark (two songs in), he says "Let's smoke weed".
>In sophomore year of college
>getting into vinyl
>go into Wuxtry Records and buy OTC's Dusk at Cubist Castle
>The cashier gives me the goofiest smile and looks stoned out of his mind
>Find out recently he was the bassist for the band
>never seen him there since