going to get one of these on vinyl, which should I get?
Can't go wrong with either musically but usually I avoid newer albums altogether in the format due to shit pressing quality.
You aren't going to be able to find anything other than the repress of Deceit for a reasonable price and Ys is obviously a newer album so go with whichever you like more.
I will say that Ys is a more fitting album for the format musically.
How does it feel knowing that you will never be a better musician then this man?
/mu/ suddenly hates Hospice, what happen?
Anyone else hyped for new Deftones?
>her Piracy Funds Terrorism mixtape
Here's the thing about Freddie. The man had some serious pipes. He had a 4 octave range and he excelled in any octave. He wrote brilliant songs. And his stage presence was only matched by Adolf Hitler. Seriously, watch them play Radio Gaga at Live Aid and then watch a video of the Nuremburg rallies. We had better thank our lucky stars Freddie didn't go into politics or he would have taken over the world. But Queen as a whole had a brilliant dynamic. It wasn't just the Freddie Mercury backup band. They all made huge creative contributions to what made Queen what...
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Best music players for Android that are free? Been using shuttle for a while but it's been really slow lately.
I used shuttle for 10 minutes before I realized I would never see album art on my phone again if I continued. Like serious, compress thumbnail then cache, why the fuck does it take 8 seconds to load a block of 10 thumbnails?
fuck shuttle so much
Why doesn't this ep get talked about more. It is slint's most "post rock" and you can definitely hear how they predated many bands like Tortoise and GSYBE with this release.
Because this board only likes to talk about an artist's most famous/acclaimed album without dwelling more into their discog.
That EP is fucking fantastic. Imo it's the best thing they've done.
Pablo is one of the greatest albums of all time
>there's always someone, somewhere, with a big nose who knows
what did he mean by this?
This album was released twenty years ago today. What does /mu/ think of it?
Can we talk about this album for a minute? Is it the prog-post-punk pop masterpiece that fans claim it to be or is it just circus Mindless Self Indulgence Tim Burton-core garbage?
How come almost no one ever names this as their favorite Pavement album? It's great!
What's your favorite song off of BTC? Mine would have to be Embassy Row.
[spoiler]although, BTC would have been even better for keeping And Then (The Hexx) instead of putting it in the b-sides[/spoiler]
Best active bands in NYC? Not looking for "big" names, but like bands I could go see in a warehouse or some shit