Is this the best Rush album?
one of them. their run of albums from 1975-1985 is pretty stellar desu
not all are the same level of quality, but literally every record in that period is at least solid. and quite a few of them are amazing. after that they kinda fell off
Also Hemispheres. Their Period from Farewell To Kings - Signals was by far the highlight of their career. Signals was their last REALLY good album.
Listening to Side A after going through the entire album makes me sad because they were friends at first :(
what album are you gonna be playing this summer?
Anyone else get the feeling with this album that it's really close to being amazing but something's intangible but essential isn't right for you that just makes it come out bad overall? Am I making sense?
that's not what I'm trying to say, it's hard to explain. The closest I can think of is like, the elements of a good song are there on most tracks, but they don't seem to form together to create good songs
ITT: 0/10 albums
holy fuck is this good
Who hype for Vol. III?
Calm the fuck down ediiton
Old thread >>64325077
Damn. Who here hyped?
do you have a /mu/ waifu no one knows about?
>Unironically liking any artist that's famous because they're physically attractive.
which is the best
In Rainbows > Loaded > Discipline > The Wall
The Wall is easily the worst album in this list (and easily one of Pink Floyd's worst). Loaded is not VU's best but I still enjoy it more than that King Crimson album. In Rainbows is the clear winner out of all the albums listed. If we were discussing bands, it would be a whole different ranking though.
Why do people hate them, /mu/?
Are they this generations Linkin Park?
Post you're favourite Aus and NZ artists. Hard mode - one from each state
Fuck knows lol
Ben Frost (if he counts), or Ne Obliviscaris if he doesn't
Not much from there, probably Quiet Child
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