>The album cover isn't square shaped
>both played by one person
>who is also vocalist
Disturbed has no bad albums. Prove me wrong.
>protip- you can't
Today is the second anniversary of his death, /mu/. Let's have a DJ Rashad thread.
What do you think of his music?
>'The Wall' isn't their best album
It's not. It's full of so much fucking filler that it kills the groove. Wish You Were Here is an absolute masterpiece that pulls on so many emotional heartstrings that you feel numb by the time it's over.
What albums do you listen to when you want to smash the state?
I'm partial to any CRASS record
CRIME as Forgiven by Against Me!
Ramshackle Glory - Live the Dream
Wingnut Dishwashers Union - Burn the Earth, Leave it Behind
any album by Mischief Brew
Does anyone have the video where Animal Collective is yelling and making noises live
>31 years old
I thought this dude was the same age as me, turns out he's 10 years older.
How can I stay young, dumb and effeminate like him?
I was just listening to him last week and he said "you'd think in 22 years I'd get used to the spin"
I'm 30 and I probably used to love that line, but it made me cringe. he's the definition of le wrong generation
I listened to Pavement so much in my freshman year of college. I don't look for bands that sound like them because it's not my favorite genre or sound or anything, but it obviously had a huge impact on my taste.
What did it for you?
ITT: We assign different genres of music to different breeds of dog
>Dream pop = Samoyed
Why does there seem to be a generational gap with Prince's music unlike Michael Jackson's? I like Prince more, but I play his albums for my friends and they can't get past the 80s production.
Michael Jackson for the most part remained a public figure, and was extremely popular at his peak. Thriller is the best selling album of all time, after all. Prince was very popular too, but was more secretive about his life as time went on, and never quite received the success that Jackson did. Also, I personally think that both of their music sounds dated, but still enjoy it.
New Soundcloud thread! The other one is getting a bit stale. I´ll start:
Smooth production all around
Thanks man, but did you enjoy the song itself? Like the verses, the chorus, the guitar lines, etc? I´ll record some songs in a studio in the next weeks and I still don´t know if it´s good enough to invest in it
What did she mean by this?
Girls can’t into Death Grips. For the most part they listen to them because it’s a fashion statement. They think “lol so weird”. Women need constant validation from others so they seek out sub-cultures to be apart of.
What they don’t realize is that Death Grips is about masculinity and male dominance. Women are too fucking stupid to even pay attention to lyrics
“death fuck lets fuck, just don't touch me just fuck fuck me” Women are nothing but a sack of flesh with pleasure holes for sole purpose of pleasuring Ride.
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Need some recommendations for jazz hip hop and artists like Nujabes, Kenichiro Nishihara, MYK & Shirosky, Shing02, etc.
I'm not new to the genre, but I don't know many artists, and I feel like I'm only scratching the surface. Where do you guys download this kind of music? Also, thoughts on Joji?
Thanks man, Monster Rally sounds pretty dope. I'll check out the other two.
What are some tracks like Lamb's Breath? I'm looking for some super hardcore distorted drone noise (whatever you want to call it), the kind that isn't impossible to listen to like some of Purient's work.
How can you make music so fucking shitty?
I just dont fucking understand!
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aussies are such nationalistic tools they will endure all sorts of intolerable noise to support their home team
Canadians are like this to a lesser extent as well
Perhaps its true for all small countries whose cultures are just bastardized takes on a larger, superior country's culture