Is he overrated?
>band has a song named Evol
What music do you think tapirs listen to?
What is his best album?
>"his" name is Aubrey
let's do some vocaroo, /mu/.
Rate others, give constructive feedback
have fun or something
i made a sort of jazzy one with a loop pedal: http://vocaroo.com/i/s0dyzzOrH2re
With their first album "Creep" they have marked their presence in the music community..
They sing the most amazing, difficult and different songs, may be that has made me to keep listening to them..
Songs like Creep, Karma Police, Paranoid Android can be listened on repeat all day long..
What are your /mu/ views on their music..!
Radioheads: God sent us to sing
Justin Bieber: No I didn't
Radioheads: We're talking about the REAL GOD not about you you stupid gullible brat with no fucking knowledge of music Shut up you stupid motherfucker FUCKING DIE!!! *stab a knife on him*
Justin Bieber: X_X
If you can't relate you have no heart or soul
Is Ashtray Wasp the greatest achievement in electronic music in the past decade?
Nah its good but bit cheesey
hip hop has been doing that pitch down vocals thing better. but vinyl static was a nice touch but still overused. just burial has a way of bringing that 3am london walking the street vibe,
Albums that are pinnacles of their respective genres.
ask whatever you want to yung lean i'm close mutual to him
Is this the most disappointing followup album since Indie Cindy?
Eh. Indie City was a follow up of Trompe le Moonde, which isn't that great.
Wildflower is a follow up to one of the greatest albums ever made and it's an objectively bad album. This is much worse.
Has a genre ever dated as fast as trip hop?
ITT: Name your top 3 favorite albums and your favorite song from each album.
1. Born To Run
2. Rubber Soul
>I'm Looking Through You
>I Don't Want To Know
>harvey milk - my love is higher than your assessment of what my love could be; all the live long day
>xiu xiu - a promise; ian curtis wishlist
>death in june - but what ends when the symbols shatter; hollows of devotion
Okay...I know this is major statement, but Bjork's "Debut" is the best pop album of all time.
Am I right? Am I wrong? Why?
I can see why some of the instruments may sound a bit of their time, but I can get over it and even enjoy it! Just because it's from a different time doesn't make it bad!
I'd have to disagree with you on that one. It depends if you see her as an artist general or as an artist under one genre. Her later work is a lot more mature, but that makes me even more grateful that I can come back to this album. It's still Bjork,...
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