Back in high school whilst studying music, I always considered this a test on how intelligent someone was.
If they intuitively understood the CoF, they were at a high standard of intelligence.
If it took them a few weeks to understand it completely, they were average.
To the people who STILL don't understand it, they were a lost fucking cause.
I remember this vividly because each and every person that couldn't wrap their head around it would inevitably fail that section of the test or simply drop out of the class.
So what about you...
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>I thought it was waifu weeb shit
>I was wrong
Which album of his best shows his singing talents?
Find a shittier lineup.
Which do you consider the best structured, atmospheric etc.?
How did two kids manage to make such a great album in their bedroom with only $1000?
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God it's so good but it's begging to be a meme so hard
Ought is probably my favorite "Canadian" band at the moment, and definitely one of the best bands to pop up in the new classic post-punk revival scene. Also, their shows and records are awesomely cheap and affordable.
I've been using spotify a lot lately so my iTunes isn't completely representative.
Why was this album so mediocre yet baldtano gave it an 8
I just realized that Kanye is mentally unstable because he was raised by a single mother.
>Hey anon, wanna go to Electric Forest this year?
Yes let me take some cash out of my trust fund and my hand me down clothes and we'll PAAAAAARTTY BRAH LECKTRICK FOREST BRAH LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME LOOK AT YOU
I need your help /mu/sical nerds; I want to make compilation od 50s/60s "romantic"/dreamlike pop songs.
Right now I have these songs:
This Magic Moment - The Drifters
Dream Lover - Bobby Darin + The Paris Sisters cover
Diana - Paul Anka
Donna - Ritchie Valens
You Belong to Me - Jo Stafford
Blue Velvet - Bobby Vinton
Be my baby - Ronnetes
Roy Orbison - In dreams
Please halp, and NO, I'M NOT MAKING THIS TO IMPRESS GIRLS !
Dreamy doo-wop is one of those things i'll never listen to because every decent artist just had one or two great singles and they're all owned by different labels so there will never be a great comp
Holy shit guys this is probably the best album of 2016 so far. Get fantano on the phone now!!!
Which ONE of these statements is correct?
a) jazz is for fedora tippers
b) the only reason you can dislike hip hop is racism
c) electronic is a genre
d) soul is for strong black women, who don't need no man
e) art music is a legitimate term
Can you rec me "christian" hip-hop albums? I really liked Ultralight-Beam gospel-ish musical style, the way it talks about faith, God, and so on.
Any faithful albums?
This personally touched me: