1. frank zappa
2. thom yorke
3. david byrne
4. lou reed
5. david bowie
6. tom waits
7. ray davies
8. paul mccartney
9. thurston moore
10. black francis
HMs: paul simon, john lennon, pete townshend, bob dylan
God tier albums
How many niggas fell victim to the Streets
Rest in peace young nigga there's a heaven for a G
Be alive if you told that I never thought of death
My niggas we the last ones left
Comfy ass albums
Smoke & Retribution
Num & Getting Colder
Lost It, by a significant margin, the vocals are horrendous.
Numb & Getting Colder, but if I had to choose something different...Free
Smoke & Retribution
What is /mu/'s opinion on the song 'Roundabout'
Whats he listening to?
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Is Steven Wilson the Jack White of prog?
ITT: Artist's best albums
What does /mu/ think of U2?
I sat down and listened to a bunch of their singles on youtube once. Didn't like any of them.
I listened to that Joey Ramone off of their privacy-invading new album and it was p gud.
That's all I know about them.
is this, dare i say it, the GOAT album of all time?
What's are some movies with great (non instrumental) soundtracks, I can't think of any of the top of my head...
im depressed and probably going to hang myself soon. post the saddest songs you know. ill start
Hey /mu/tants, I need recommendations.
Specifically, I need EDM recommendations. See, I was never really able to get into any of it. Nothing ever stood out to me, nothing really gripped me in any meaningful way. It just seems boring to me. But I realize that A.) I haven't ever sat down and listened to it, and B.) it probably deserves a fair shot from me. So, if any of you could throw me anything, whether it be a favorite of yours or some entry level shit, or whatever, I would be very thankful.
Entry level is this. http:/envelopephilter.bandcamp.com
Only the most patrician of /mu/ posters can see this genius in this band. If you listen to it enough to appreciate it, everything will be asy to like after.
>It's pretty interesting noise, for sure. Thank u
You're welcome. That's a good response, most people can't see any beauty in it at all on the first listen. You're on your way to patricianhood.