So I finished listening to the entire Beatles' solo album discography and here I rank 25 of the solo albums released by The Beatles in one list.
Funnily enough, George Harrison started out strongly but his following albums are shit and kinda forgettable until Cloud 9 imo. Paul has such a vast discography, and while most of it is pleasant, it is also forgettable that you just breeze through the albums and forget that you listened to music, or something like that. John Lennon has some strong tracks interspersed through a bunch of shit, so you kinda have to listen through the shitty songs for those gems. Ringo is a combination of Paul and George, in which many songs are somewhat pleasant enough but they lose their fun quality that it becomes a chore to continue to listen to them.
All in all, All Things Must Pass is definitely the one album you can't miss post-Beatles. Feel free to agree or disagree.
>1. All Things Must Pass
>3. Off The Ground
>4. John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band
>5. Cloud 9
>7. London Town
>10. Ringo's Rotogravure
>11. Band On The Run
>12. Flaming Pie
>13. Walls and Bridges
>14. Time Is Time
>15. Somewhere In England
>16. Double Fantasy
>17. Chaos and Creation In The Backyard
>18. Driving Rain
>19. Goodnight Vienna
>20. Living In The Material World
>22. Mind Games
>23. Somewhere In New York City
>24. Vertical Man
>25. Beaucoups of Blues
Recommend me some surf/lo-fi/noise rock like early Wavves.
Way more noisy than surfy but check out The Hospitals
Name my band, /mu/
What is Sufjan's best album?
>Jimmy Eat World
D R O P P E D
Anyone else like watching these sets?
Lefto is on right now and throwing down some good hip hop.
Niceo. I really love what BR are doing with streams these days - I was rolling my nuts off at Sugar Mountain in January, and just love that I can go back and relisten to the sets, watch myself dance like a retard and generally just enjoy gr8 music ad infinitum.
Thanks for the linky.
Yeah, I never been in such a close setting like these boiler room sets.
I was at the front row at Ultra Miami this year and do the same thing, go back relive the moment and just LOL at me and my crew losing our minds in the crowd.
Posting this on mu and lit. What's a good album to listen to while reading Neuromancer? I'll be using good headphones
hi /mu/. give me a better break-up album than pic-related.
How patrician are you?
how is boring dungeon synth at the bottom? are you from reddit?
ITT: /mu/ favorites you personally honestly don't like but will get called a memeing faggot if you admit it
>Weezer's first 2 albums
Let it all out this is safe space
>gun to your head
>you have 10 seconds to name the most album of all time
old one is dead
Why do you guys make fun of /r/hiphopheads? They have good taste desu.
Better than some of you who just post Kanye/Young Thug/TPAB over and over.
they have shit taste and like 70% of that sub are autistic fuckheads who seem to think hip hop is like an anime orbsome shit and every time two rappers are tangentially associated they were like training in the hyperbolic time chamber or some shit