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talk to me about your favorite thing you listened to or your least favorite
talk to each other about the music you listened to since April 24th 2016
have a good time please
I followed the instructions even though you don't seem to have done so yourself
I keep falling in love with everything I listen to
is it terminal dr
I liked the Brian Jonestown Massacre the best desu
that's a lot
based Hamilton soundtrack
hey bb b bb
I STILL LOVE THE APPLESEED CAST OK LISTEN TO THEM NOW NOW
but I have the same disease
we can die together
Check out The Hunt - The Hunt Begins
The Bends > Ok Computer
Both are great don't get me wrong, but The Bends is more like an experience, while OKC is rather like a compilation of songs
[spoiler]Yes I know that that's Kid A, but I got your attention didn't it?
Who's the best rock band of the 2000's and why is it The Mars Volta?
Just lost my virginity to a $20 prostitute. What should be the first record I listen to after this experience?
what do you guys think of this?
Is he patrician?
doesnt even know
>pet shop boys
no he has awful taste and is ignorant of even household name pop groups. he should kill himself.
Why was this so popular, /mu/?
-The music video. We live in an age of wacky viral memes, videos like this gets popular all the time
-The song itself is infectious and catchy
-It has a dance that's easy for everyone to do
-Koreans are kind of exotic in that the average person really knows nothing about them at all, so we can all go "look at the tiny funny fat foreign man"
What is mu reppin?
Radiohead, the most hyped and probably the most over-rated band of the decade, upped the ante for studio trickery. They had begun as third-rate disciples of the Smiths, and albums such as Pablo Honey (1993) and The Bends (1995) that were cauldrons of Brit-pop cliches. Then OK Computer (1997) happened and the word "chic" took on a new meaning. The album was a masterpiece of faux avantgarde (of pretending to be avantgarde while playing mellow pop music). It was, more properly, a new link in the chain of production artifices that changed the way pop music "sounds":...
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Where can I find more punks?
give me one good reason to listen to live albums
studios are awful dead places with no actual vibe or vitality
and no audience
not to mention the technology-eneabled illusion of real time performance
a modern studio album by a rock band is the musical equivalent of the phantom menace
I'm trying to get into this. So far i'm liking the upbeat vibe and the production but i don't get what makes it utterly incredible like you guys are saying. Why do you guys love it so much? I want to love it
The album has 3500 (900 according to some sources) samples in it. Also it progresses from happy to melancholic to happy again seamlessly throughout. Not to mention it's incredibly fun
ITT: god tier summer albums