Alright /mu/, bought to hit 500 albums, which one of these should I listen to and why?
Was Elliott Smith depressed?
Explain to me why is this so hated and underrated? Definitely their most versatile album and great to GOAT songs. On par with OKC, better than Amnesiac, only Kid A and In Rainbows are superior to this.
bloated, every song drags on too long, every song works better live (except maybe Wolf At The Door)
it's certainly mostly great throughout and brilliant at times, but it sounds very much like a band trying a bit too hard to find a sound, which is understandable, not wanting to repeat the relative minimalism of Kid A/mnesiac. But maybe three or four of the tracks shoulda been B-sides.
also the (sub-)title track (The Gloaming) is unnervingly bad on the album, which is a big knock against the album itself
Its very hard to describe, but I think this album came close to their old material like The Bends without sounding too much like it.
This makes people dislike the album because, as Radiohead fans, the primary focus is on what they do differently per each release.
I think it wasn't very radically different, and that killed the album for a lot of people. I personally am a huge fan of this album, however, because I'm not a willy little bitch
ITT: Stuff we liked in middle or high school
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Me on the right
/mu/ makes an album: vaporwave edition v2
i want to do another. i would prefer if it's fun to listen to, so try not to meme it
dubs: track name
trips: album name
most replied is art
artist name is penishead69
maximum of 10 tracks, one must include montie samples
Give us your half baked genre ideas.
you know how industrial music has the factory cling clang sounds
my idea is to bring some sounds from before the industrial revolution
music with sounds of wood being cut with axes, windmills, hammers and nails
music from a simpler time
Name our fucking band. It's lit out here.
We're going to start a rap metal group a la Death Grips so Anthony Godtano reviews us.
can /mu/ pls show me some music with extremelly catchy melodies?
ITT: we make an album cover milk related
since the other one is fucking dead
i'll give recs as people post.
this is just my recent listenings. give me neofolk that is actually just dark folk and not industrial shit
dope ambient taste. cant seem to get into dj sprinkles
Choro Club - ヨコハマ買い出し紀行 -Quiet Country Cafe- Original Soundtrack
Evian Christ - Waterfall
Dego - A Wha' Him Deh Pon?
Why is this considered post-rock
ITT: albums that make you proud to be a feminist