Why does /mu/ hate Zeppelin?
Fuck the pipe organ
If you like this ugly sounding "instrument" you deserve to be publicly shamed and spit on for your shit taste
heh heh you wouldn't last two seconds in my world kiddo
just remember that
BadBadNotGood's 4th studio album, IV, released worldwide today. It features their newly added 4th member, saxophonist Leland Whitty.
What are your thoughts on it?
Greatest so far? Worst so far? BBNG2 was better? BBNG are plebs?
They had a popup shop release party in Toronto today, pretty great. I got every musician on III to sign my copy of the album.
I've been a fan of them for a while and the album is pretty good, but the first response in right. I'm okay with viral marketing if it's low key, but you're a fucking faggot. Get off this board.
How much of a hero would this guy be to /mu/ if he killed himself after Pinkerton?
>tfw you fell for the Jazz III meme
Not as bad as falling for the Bluechip meme.
Rec, r8, and make wild assumptions.
Sorry for the awful looking chart, I don't use Last.fm
ferraro in da house
looks fine to me
Vyto B - Tricentennial 2076
Was there a worse 5-year period of time for popular music than 1998-2002?
Disclaimer: I myself am a prancing la la homo man. And yes, I fucking love EDM more than any other genre. So I fit the stereotype to a t.
But why? Why do homos flock to EDM? Not just the scene, but the actual category of genres that is Electronic Dance Music?
Imagine writing music so bad it starts a literal riot
1. Yanqui U.X.O
3. Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada
4. Lift Your Skinny Fists like Antennas to Heaven
5. Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress
6. 'Allelujah! Don't Bend, Ascend!
1. Yanqui U.X.O
2. Lift Your Skinny Fists like Antennas to Heaven
4. Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada
98. Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress
99. 'Allelujah! Don't Bend, Ascend!
Yearly reminder that pic related is going to go on to get retrospective acclaim, and will be seen as "overlooked" in the near future.
>The album has since gathered a small cult following and has sold 422,000 copies by 2011.
>James Montgomery of MTV News has described Pretty. Odd. in retrospect as overlooked, writing that, "Give this one a decade ... we could have another Pinkerton on our hands," referencing the Weezer album that received a mixed response upon release but was heralded as a classic in later years.
I WAS A HIGHWAYMAN
Does /mu/ like Mary Lambert?
How do you feel about this?