I need help /mu/ I've heard this song and I can't get it out of my head, but I don't know the name of it. The song is a drum n bass/rave genre.
The "lyrics" as far as I remember are:
>"Na na na na na na na na na na..." - and then at the end of every part/column or w.e. it finishes with "sugar"
Also the voice sounds like it's a black guy, but I could be wrong.
Please, help a brother out!
HUMANS AS ORNAMENTS
HUMANS AS ORNAMENTS
HUMANS AS ORNAMEEEAUGH
Will my right pinky finger keep me from learning the piano? Are some pieces going to be unplayable? Basically cut it in half when I was younger and had it sewn back together. Still can bend it but not as flexible as my other fingers. So far I haven't had any problems.
FUCK THE BEACH BOYS
>tfw your favorite album of all time is objectively the best album ever made
Feels good man.
I totally agree with the massive consensus that this is a pinnacle of music history. This album had an immediate and profound impact on me, which I didn't expect after so many years of hearing about its mythical status and not being especially into the general circles of music it relates to. Finally I heard it and I think this or the USA album is the greatest 60s rock album. I'm totally killed by Nico's vocals. Destroyed. Helplessly in love. I mean, is there a better song in the history of the world than "All Tomorrow's Parties"? Magic.
The first VU I heard was Loaded, which didn't do much of anything for me and gave me a low opinion of Lou Reed to match the low opinions I'd heard expressed by many people. I wrote off VU as yet another overrated fashionable pop group for the idle pointless hipster crowd. But then I heard this album and the other early stuff and now I think he is a genius and I totally get into his singing and songwriting on the VU stuff. It was like "Now I get it. Now I understand what all these people are talking about. Now I'm one of them." Yes, that's an unsettling and profound experience to have. The whole history of rock music flashed before my mind's eye. Now I'm one of "them".
Hearing the acoustic versions of some of this stuff on the VU box set makes me even more convinced that Reed was the real deal, an authentic vessel of musical truth that rarely surfaces in the world. Have never heard any non-VU Lou Reed so far. I hear it sucks.
To me, "Sunday Morning" is the weakest track, but still an excellent song, and all the others are either great or in a category far beyond "great", a category of transcendental, ineffable perfection of unrepeatable convergences between sound and emotion.
I really like the scrapey, droney viola element. That's a kind of sound closer to the avant-garde music that's more comfortable and familiar for me.
What did he find?
What's the last piece of music gear you bought?
I picked up this microKORG and Behringer amp for $80 at a garage sale today.
ITT: quality albums that are mostly acoustic
Anyone else pumped for this tour? I can't wait to see them this summer. I even pre-ordered the PINK vinyl re-issue. Can't believe I've been listening to Boris for over a decade now. I found farewell in a pitchfork sampler back in 2006 and was hooked.
The 21 Pilots hating meme can die now
What is your opinion on this album?
specifically in this case, ones I own. I'll start
whoose fault is it /mu/?
Is it the band or the event organizers?
who wore it better?
What does /mu/ think?