Are any of these any good?
Just found it in another thread and I've listened to precisely zero of them, none seem to be avant-teen / RYMcore either.
These are the only ones worthy of attention. Thank me later, OP.
Post your favorite albums that are bizarre, out of the ordinary, and/or defy genre labels.
Starting with the obvious.
Some of the best outsider music ever made
According to this fucboi you don't really like music.
What do to him?
So how many of you actually listen to /mu/cpre?
Because that's literally just the basics. You haven't even begun the journey through music. You've only broken the thin shell that contained the most well-known music.
Im trying to finish the /mu/ canon so I can post in more threads and expand my basic level (even though music has no levels) of taste to entice discussion.
I fucked up /mu/
I introduced some friends to my favorite music, and I completely regret it.
They always play the same couple songs I showed them. It's making me hate some of the music I loved.
I miss them playing their shit tier music. ;__;
Anyone else done this before?
ITT:Favorite Anime OSTs
Conceptual art in a nutshell
>It's the early 2000's
What are you listening to?
Eminem or simple plan or something from radio Disney I was a child
Vinyl records are just overpriced placebos these days.
Prove I'm wrong.
if it was recorded analogue it will sound better analogue but if it was recorded digital, it probably won't sound any better played back analogue over digital.
peaking levels sounds like shit on digital, it can be bad on analogue too but can also add flavor at times. so most digital recordings are compressed (not the same as MP3 compression) to shit to avoid peaks and valleys in the wave form. Digital may be clear but sounds flat because of this compression. you won't hear it on shitty speakers or with a shitty table but it becomes clear with mid to high end hi-fi gear.
ITT: Shuffle your library, post first 10 or so tracks, rate and guess personality of others.
The name Anal Cunt came from Seth Putnam's attempt "to get the most offensive, stupid, dumb, etc. name possible"
Whats the most offensive, stupid and dumb band name you can think of, /mu/?
>attempting to discredit The Beatles by comparing them to The Velvet Underground, The Mothers of Invention, Silver Apples, The United States of America, Tim Buckley, Captain Beefheart, or Jefferson Airplane as if they have anything in common other than existing in the 1960s
Does anyone else think that this is the most disgustingly horrible cover art ever made?