>take a song/album with 'night' in its title
>cut off the title after the 'g' in 'night'
>Smashing Pumpkins - Behold! The Nig
>album is untitled
Finally, it's my time to shine!
>friend has over 100 plays of Creep on his iTunes
>tell him Radiohead has over 200 songs and he might like the others
Why do people do this? You'd figure people would want more of something they like.
I actually envy people who can do that tbqh. I usual route the same albums over and over and then randomly discover something else.
Would be interesting if your friend started a band and made a whole album based off Creep
>enjoy listening to rap
>can never catch all the lyrics
Is this abnormal? I just want to be able to appreciate a song in its entirety.
Me too... I was lying in bed listening to the new kendrick album and was really focused on the lyrics but I swear I didn't understand what he was saying half the time.
You know that's not the same thing
It's like reading the transcript for a conversation you blundered through earlier, there's no flow. Don't even say 'just read the lyrics at the same time'.
What does /mu/ think of Atmosphere? Good? Bad? Mediocre?
I listened to God Loves Ugly the other day and thought it was alright
didn't meet my expectations but was still good
I have to say that I prefer one of Slug's other groups, Deep Puddle Dynamics
The Taste of Rain... Why Kneel? is probably in my top 3 rap albums of all time list desu
okey dokey edition
post artists with covers/aesthetics that you usually like
ITT: Edgy pseudo-deep album names
>"Yeah, I'm super autistic, I only have a capacity to discuss /mu/-core, aaaaand my overall taste in music is really just complete fucking garbage."
- literally 90% of /mu/
Bring your heart fill of self loathing and dump all your woes into this thread. Rate, recommend, guess who's voting for who, guess fetishes. Got any recommendations of stuff like the cute stuff on my chart?
Plastic Beach>D-Sides>Demon Days. DD is great but madly overrated, probably because nostalgia.
I think if Damon wasn't so impatient and scared of commitment, the whole Gorillaz story would have been more cohesive.
Is this the most patrician videogame OST of all time?
It's really really good. But I don't think many people here would agree to call a video game OST patrician.
Think the sequel ost will live up to these claims?
/mu/ doesn't really know shit about videogames, and a soundtrack is only as good as it's used in the game it's from, this is true for film and vidya.
They're still one of the few primitive boards that doesn't think videogames are an artistic medium.