I find it quite amusing that almost all of the Beatles songs have their own entries on Wikipedia (nothing wrong with that in itself, actually), even if they are not singles, and each of them is meticulously dissected as if there were transcendental suites exceeding human comprehension, yet bands like Faust or Red Krayola, etc. have biographies even shorter than just one article about any random Beatles song. Needless to say, none of their songs have any articles on them, yet I'm sure there would be a lot more to talk about. Moreover, if you had put any bad review of their...
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Hey /mu/ what are some albums like this
anything from any genre that has this really dreamy soundscape kinda thing going please
What is the biggest band in the world right now?
Does /mu/ like Violent Femmes (album)?
Anthony Fantano thinks CoD montage music with a song literally made for a CoD advert on it is better than TLoP and MBDTF
Post two consecutive great albums where the artist(s) completely changed sound and direction between the two. Pic related
Nice thread idea.
>Scott Walker -- 'Climate of Hunter'
>Manic Street Preachers -- The Holy Bible
It was just madly different. They've never regained such heights.
>The Cure -- Pornography
>Sufjan Stevens -- Age of Adz
Only somewhat for the last one. My favourite album of his by a long way. Not a fan of Chicago.
Come on /mu/, what's your real stance on Nirvana?
Me? I think they were pretty good.
>There are Youtube and Facebook commenters born in like 84-89 who say they grew up in the "the golden age of MTV, the golden age of Hip Hop music", or say Come As You Are is "an anthem for all 90s kids"
No you fucking didn't, don't pretend you were crying when Kurt Cobain and Tupac died. Your favorite music at age 6 wasn't Nirvana - it was the Cast of Sesame Street.
I love Nirvana. I might have a bias though because I live in Washington and some of theor songs were the first I learned to play on guitar. But I will always love their music. Pretty raw stuff.
>Tfw you'll never fall asleep crying on a girls torso to Don't Worry Baby
How many of you believe music can be described by words? Is it reasonable to expect a fan of a music type to properly explain why? Or is music art that is completely subjective and can be enjoyed for a variety of reasons some of which are completely inexplainable by words?
Bumping this again. Does /mu/ really not care about this, but still make "poseurcore" threads? Nice. Sometimes I forget how hard this place tries no to discuss anything.
I find this a very interesting question. I've asked myself that before. I think that music can not necessarily be explained in words, because music is so extremely versatile there are certainly musical elements that we just have no words for purely because there are so many. Also the qualia of a human derive from person to person so a person could because of no particular reason enjoy music that another doesn't.
This album is the pinnacle of rock music.
When and How will be the first original music genre from 21st century.
We have 15 years of this century and nothing really original has appeared
i really like this album
do you like this album?
What would you think of me if i told you i have yet to listen to pic related?
How can anyone like such shit?
not even b8, this is all of the worst aspects of Vancouver in one person.
she can write some pretty good pop songs
>select all images with Rivers
WOLF came out 3 years ago today