Hearing Agaetis Byrjun made me stop just listening to what was on the radio and start expanding my taste in music
This album ended my "le wrong generation" phase
14 when it came out
You are literal trash who wouldn't know good music if it walked up to you and smacked you in the face.
Was young when this was released and didn't have much money to buy music. Would never have bothered listening if I hadn't been able to pay nothing for it. Very glad I did as it opened up my eyes to what music outside top40
Opened the door to non traditional instruments for me
I don't think /mu/ is the place for you
And you're right. I hate the way people deal with things here especially the usage of the word "meme" to describe anything that is not totally obscure. I only come here to find music that might interest me that I haven't heard of.
I was 17, it was spring, I'd just started drinking with my bros. We'd drive around chilling out. I listened to a lot of sigur ros aphex twin and radiohead, but pretty much shit besides that. A girl gave me this album saying I'd like it, and right as those sweeping chords opened up the album, I was launched into a genre of music I never knew existed.
Set me into metal
Without it i'd still probably think metal is for angsty teenagers
Just behind comes filosofem that made me like BM
mah niggas also this album ripped me out of my horrid mall emo phase although thankfully never tried to have the faggy look
this was the start for me
made me realize how much good music I must be missing out on
I'm listening to it for the first time right now
Pic related is probably the record who impressed me the most at first listens.
Yeah I know fuck me for not naming a single album, but there's 120 of them. Anyway, this guys music.
The King of Limbs and Lucky Shiner were the first experimental anything I had ever listened to. Before I was just a dad rock pleb along with Eminem and shitty brostep. Once I heard those two albums tho my whole perception of music changed and I got into more experimental music. Then during this past summer I started listening heavily to Person Pitch and Replica and it totally changed how I think about music in relation to sampling