Literally Every Song is the Same: The Band
the feminine complex - livin' love
its very different
what did he mean by this?
so like whats your favorite band /mu/
I really don't have one.
My mode of listening is to jump from song to song on YouTube, each being in at least a way better than all the past ones. So that once I find such a song, I will listen to it on repeat for a week or so and include it into my pantheon, or should I say, panodeon. Hardly a song is allowed to be worse than their predecessors. This way, as I leave more and more songs unavailable to me, my taste is only allowed to improve.
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What is some EPIC party music?
I'm throwing a coooool party tonight. Please help.
A BLACK FLY IN YOUR CHARDONAAAAAYYYYYY
I have no idea what this scene or this person is, but if TMV have been in any way inspired by it, I might have to look into it.
>forty minute album has eighteen tracks
>33 minute album has 28 tracks
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He's next, isn't he?
I really like listening to these two albums when going to bed. it gives me the vibe of falling asleep in a futuristic japan. are there any albums similar to these that are good to fall asleep to?
This is a spectrogram of the song Islands by King Crimson. Great song, but in the trumpet part that comes in just after 6 minutes, there is a high-pitched sustained tone which is painful to listen to. You can see it in this spectrogram.
Can anyone tell me how to remove this specific frequency from that section without destroying the rest of the track? Thanks in advance.
just your daily reminder that grime is superior to rap
>No vinyl player