>album ends with the band talking in the studio
>first track is a 45 second to 2 minute intro of ambient noises
>album has a hidden bonus track....right after 5+ minutes of silence
>the final song isn't 15 minutes long
yay it's le meme album again XD
pic related. very disappointing from one of my favorite bands.
>album could've ended one track ago and be a masterpiece
pic very much related
>albums ends slowly and still leaves me feeling empty inside
Such a beautiful ending
First listen this annoyed me a bit, the last "schizoid, paranoid" refrain is so fantastic and then that "insane" loop just pans around and it's done. I thought the track had another 3 minutes or so in it
>every song on the album starts with guitar feedback
>every track on the album starts with '1,2,3,4'
>ends with a track with elements you wished were in the rest of the album
>the last song isn't the best
>the last song is the longest
>the last song is the shortest
>the first song is the shortest
>the albums fades in/fades out
>album loops straight into its own beginning at the end
>studio tech shitting on a dude
>15 minute silence
>13 minutes of garbage
is it that hard to close a dope album
>last song is an ambient track
>last song is a ballad
>album has interspersed monologue segments and has songs that turn into entirely different songs after a couple minutes
Some writers experiment with typography in interesting ways. One that comes to mind is Mark Z. Danielewski who wrote the novel House of Leaves. He used font color, size, spacing, layout, and orientation. I thought it really added to the novel in an original way. Unfortunately it all went to his head, and he became the "Look at me, I use wacky typography!" guy.
I'm sure there's more worthwhile writers who have explored this concept, but if you're interested, that's a decent place to check it out.
>Album's opener is the only good song
>The title track is the worst song
>Album has a really promising start, then after 3 songs you realize they all sound the same and they begin to melt together into a boring, indistinguishable mess
>ghostly interview ends abruptly leaving you lost in your search for a meaning to all the violence in your community, unsure if you're doing the right thing by speaking your mind or you're just inciting more conflict
>the last song is the saddest one
>when it ends all there is is silence and feels
>album continues to play for an immeasurable duration of time
I wasn't implying it's a great book. I was just saying that if he wants to read a book that uses text to achieve the effect he is describing, House of Leaves is a good choice. Given that this board is 18+, I was looking to recommend in the sphere of adult reading. But if he'd like to check out some kids books and see what their text manipulation is all about, he can be my guest.
>Song has recording of singer arguing with his then girlfriend while he's drunk
>hidden track after a minute of silence
>after it ends, there's still two minutes of silence left
>that feeling of emptiness as you wait for the song to end for some reason
That song completely ruins the good feel streak this album had going for me.
>Singer places the value of his girlfriend's love at $200
I can usually get a chuckle or two from black people if I say "nigga", I said "nigger" once in context though and thought I was going to be crucified, there is a difference even if it's borderline the same.
I think it's because "nigga" is the colloquial version. My black friends specifically use "nigger" to playfully insult each other sometimes ("You're one dumb nigger" sounds more harsh than "You're one dumb nigga" and is thus funnier)
>album has a hidden track
>it's in the middle of the album
>it's the best song on the album
Guess the album.
>Album begins and ends with a movie sample
>sampling people having sex
>singer fake orgasms
>I have to reduce the volume so it won't be awkward if someone passes near the room
>album has songs that try to pass off la la's, na na's, and doot doo's as legit lyrics
>opening hidden track is a blackbox recording of a plane crash
>the album is 4451075261487930855927066966547 minutes long
>verse abruptly ends after rapper is shot in studio
>last track isn't even by the album's artist or has anything to do with him