When will he drop an album?
did he make the breaking bad theme on them tins and drums or whatever, that was him making them sounds on the tins and the metal drums of what have you? that was him in the theme making those souns on the tins and drums of what measure? Ting ting ting BWWWAANG oh yeah guitar was in there too
So are just ignoring this album or what?
do you think anything bad has ever happened to anyone in this band or anyone that anyone in this band knows?
i don't know how they could make this soulless stomp-clap bullshit if they've known even a second of actual suffering
What does /mu/ think about this guy?
Literally Pet Sounds 2.0
ITT: Essential "What the fuck is going on?"-core.
It's not really that out there other than the unexpected surprise of the freeform freakouts.
>walk into class
Leave the 2016 AOTY to us.
ITT: good music that can also be played at a party or a gathering with normie friends
Legitimately though, I first listened to that album when I was 16, and it was the only music I had heard at the time that genuinely scared me.
Probably something to do with the concept of the album, and all the weird industrial sounds throughout it. Plus the fact that I hadn't listened to anything properly noisy before that, and tracks like Mr Self Destruct/Heresy were a completely new sound to me.
/mu/ gives NIN shit for being "not real industrial" but I fully credit this album with...
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This totally spooks me out
Has anyone listened to the full album yet? How is it? Prayers/Triangles was pretty good.
What would a film starring Ween be like?
well they've already been in one movie and it might be the worst thing I've ever seen
Hey there, entry level newfag here. All the time I see talk of albums being more accessible or less accessible. But when I listen to the less accessible albums, I just can't get what's so good about them. How do I "get into" less accessible albums?
TMR is all about knowing some background to Beefheart's influences. Listen to some Chicago blues and the Beefheart albums before TMR and you'll sort of understand what's going.
For stuff like Harsh Noise, it takes some adjusting. I'd start with more accessible "normal" music like Big Black, then get progressively noisier with something like Les Rallizes Denudes, and then when you're comfortable with that, listen to 1930 by Merzbow and see if you enjoy it.
Free Jazz and other avant-garde music like that is best enjoyed by listening to the stuff that preceded it so you can really appreciate just how fucking weird it is.
I do not understand why people think this album is *that* strange. I think it's because of the silly title and le silly trout maymay man. I view it as somewhat comedic freestyling album.
Also, I genuinely like Beefheart's voice and think that the strange experimentations with odd synchopations and tonality was interesting. Not something I would listen to for fun, but enjoyable if you are intent on listening carefully.
>people acting like TLOP is good
Jesus the mental gymnastics must be fun isn't it
I mean I like kanyes music but it's horrible
Name a lamer and stupider artist
What's John Lennon's best song?