Rate each track
What are the best instrumental albums of all time?
I have a lot of reading I need to get done today and like to play something in the background.
Mike Oldfields 70's albums:
>Ommadawn (includes a little folk song at the end)
>Incantations (includes two minimalistic vocal sections at the and of sides 2 and 4)
and, of course, Amarok, but that's as far removed from background listening music as is possible
for this you don't want instrumental you want low level ambient, or even better something completely background
Take one song out of an album to make it a 10/10
>Lounge (Closing Time)
the least appropriately placed track of all time.
Name me a more popular talentless hack than Eazy E
Looking for mainly Thrash Metal bands, got any good ones?
Now that everyone likes Coldplay can we all agree that this is their best album?
Fuck this exceeded my expectations. She's really good
>58 years old
>alcoholic and smoker
>plays 50 song sets
hell be fine
5x5 1 week thread.
Rate/rec/guess personalities. Stuff like that. Also, Meyers Briggs
guessing that your diet isn't perfect but it's better than what it used to be a couple of years ago and you've never been that interested in video games
you think masculinity is "toxic"
you secretly dislike a handful of your friends.
Open minded, not too logical
Try Coypu - Floating, lovely electronic leaning free folk
Never seen this album talked about here, what do you think? I liked it until the part two of the title track where I got really annoyed, after that, all the songs sounded the same until the last track.
>Never seen this album talked about here
Then you should probably lurk for more than 30 seconds before posting a thread.
Sure, this album isn't talked about as much as TSB, but there's something about it practically every day.
It's funny seeing all you fucking redditors squirm as you're being accosted by people who see through the bullshit.
Burn the Witch is awful. It's a worse version of Viva la Vida. Go back to /r/indieheads if you disagree.
I have a theory. Music quality isn't declining we are just realizing music is actually a terrible art form
Coldplay is pretty good. Don't know why you guys hate them?