They have a decent following but never really hit huge mainstream success. They have a great sound and their catalog is pretty impressive. Why didn't they have more commercial success?
Are AJJ the only currently active Folk Punk band?
Most have their last releases in 2012 at the latest.
What's his best lyric?
>Now I been lookin' for a job but it's hard to find
>Down here it's just winners and losers
>Don't get caught on the wrong side of that line
>Well I'm tired of comin' out on the losin' end
>So honey last night I met this guy and I'm gonna do a little favor for him
Then I got Mary pregnant
and man that was all she wrote
And for my nineteenth birthday I got a union card and a wedding coat
We went down to the courthouse
and the judge put it all to rest
No wedding day smiles no walk down the aisle
No flowers no wedding dress
WELL IT'S A LOVE THING
Is it worth buying tickets to the guns n roses concerts when axl is this fat?
SUCK MY FUCK-ING DICK
THIS SONG FUCK-ING BLOOOOO-OOOWWWWWSSS
I HATE THIS FUCK-ING-BAND
Has Fueled by Ramen ever released a single song even worth listening to?
ITT: we point out how terrible Metacritic is
Will this ever be topped? So far only two albums have come close.
Trout Mask Replica is a monumental experiment in irregularity and an impressive catalog of vocal acrobatics. Raucousness, gargling, heavy breathing, whispering, falsetto, etc. are needed in order to dismantle the art of singing and transform it in a degraded emission of beastly verses. The dominant instrument is the clarinet that pops up everywhere in a "hit and run" guerrilla mode.
The overall meaning of the pandemonium in Trout Mask Replica is not only playfulness, or the negation of a meaning....
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Is 70s pop secretly patrician? It's pretty forgotten on here, but there are tons of great songs from then, even from usually mediocre artists.
Plus there's disco. What do you think /mu/? Any favorites?
SO HOIST UP THE JOHN B. SAIL
ITT: a bands magum opes
Can we have a lo-fi thread? I don't see it talked about too much on /mu/.
Face it, /mu/.
At surface level, the music is like 7/10 for the most part. Yet somehow it speaks to me on a deeper level. It's clearly very inspired art.
Maybe it's just that all their albums are about personal change and heartbreak, and I myself am going through personal change and heartbreak.
Why do so many of you like Japanese music? It's not different from music anywhere else who the fuck cares where it's from? Why are there never threads for something like French music or German music but every fucking day there's a jap music thread? No one's ever like "Yeah I really like American music I love Canadian music."
Weebs fuck off.
I really like this album!
Where do I go from here? Never listened to much of this type of music
>being this new
No but really it's refreshing to see a break in /mu/'s self loathing post-irony and see some wholesome sincerity regarding the music someone appreciates. Stay golden, newfrog.
Also, listen to this album.