It's funny how after Larkin's claims were debunked and she deleted everything on Facebook, her supporters who were loudly shouting against Michael Gira quietly stepped back pretending this never happened.
So it's basically exactly the same as all of that Anticon music (Why?, Clouddead, etc) but has a major hit on the radio so we need to hate it?
I love this album. I liked it in the 80s and still like it, especially after I bought the rerelease with the 80s soundtrack singles.
Loving the Alien is one of Bowie's best tracks and while he put it down and preferred the acoustic version he did live, I love the Album version. It's a really vivid song for me.
Anyway Bowie general.
Can't really agree with you on that, but something that is underrated in my eyes are the two tin machine albums, especially the second one. They have a gritty and hard grunge sound to them, and bowie you can tell is having all sorts of fun with it.
>most accidents occur at home
What did he mean by that?
Name a 2015 album more worthy of AOTY
protip: you can't.
How can /mu/ claim to hate Foo Fighters but defend genres like pop punk, emo, or ambient? FF have more musical variety and interesting concepts than a shit-ton of what is supposedly /mu/core.
Is it the whole anti-reddit jerk?
Most of the arguments seem to stem around Dave himself. I think a lot of people feel like his "nice guy" personality is an act. Besides, Reddit really do put him on a pedestal as some sort of rock god when in reality they're not that amazing. They're not terrible, just not really that innovative.
/mu/ doesn't defend pop punk besides MAYBE Jawbreaker
Every other band is mostly widely disliked outside of nostalgic/ironic fanbases
I'd sure as hell listen to pg.99 and On The Might Of Princes before Foo Fighters
And emo has a ton of variation and "different ideas", what are you on about
Ok yeah I think you get the idea by now
Seen em' 3 times live. Amazing. They always have great openers too.
Pic related is my favorite.
What was the last artist that your were really "obsessed" with? When was the last time you were so into a band or artist that you memorized almost everything about that group or person? Do you still get obsessed with musicians or do you consider that 'cringy' or 'immature'? It's been a while since I've gotten into any good bands so I'm wondering if there's anything worth getting into.
Was CREED actually a good band?
They're mediocre. But all radio rock has been mediocre since 83. Post-punk was the only popular rock that was good since then. Better than grunge, that's for damn certain. As far as terrible rock for the masses they're one of the better bands out there.
Post bands and artists that you know of that you think are unknown to most people. Preferably ones who are still playing.
Here's my list:
Car Seat Headrest
Thoughts on this album?
What is Beethoven's greatest work?