What are some god tier banger singles? Good party tier singles that would get the crowd moving. Sometimes I just feel like listening to mindless bassy music.
None of you seem to talk about this album. I understand a lot of you enjoy 'k-pop' and that's all fine, but I've been obsessed with this piece for almost 20 years. I thought you might like it.
This album right here...I like it
I really like it
What about you assholes what do you guys think?
ITT: songs that were ahead of their time
>I Want You (She's So Heavy)
how old were you learned that slim shady and eminem are the same person?
this is p racist t.b.h
How did you learn to sing /mu/?
Besides your heavily re-posted albums like SUNBATHER and Liturgy's records, What are some lesser known post-metal albums that are good?
Locrian's 2015 album Infinite Dissolution is great, you may like it.
what's your ringtone?
What music do dystopian citizens listen to?
Does /mu/ like Cage The Elephant?
I got a ton of hiphop on my library and I'm looking to get some stuff related.
Describe the moment when you realized that Loveless is the best album of all time
I remember it as the moment directly preceding my realization that this is the best album of all time
well so i was thinking about music and i thought to myself "yeah there aren't many albums as good as loveless, i mean damn i could listen to it over and over, it is one of the driving forces behind my interest in shoegaze, hmmm, yeah its bretty gud."
Why is it that people who insist that Loveless perfected shoegaze has barely heard everything the style has to offer?
Because 90% of shoegaze slbums sound the same. The ones that are different aren't as good as Loveless.
Prove me wrong. Post all the shoegaze tracks you can think of that are better than To Here Knows When.
>Catherine Wheel , Lcd and the search for god, Angelic process the list goes on...
Why do people think the style has much to offer?
I myself do not listen to shoegaze. I am a proud non shoegaze listener.
Off the top of my head:
APTBS - Dead Beat
A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Never Nothing
Sweet Trip - For all the Dancers
Drop Nineteens - Reberrymemberer, people hate this track though, I don't know why. There nothing else like it.
Probably a few Lift to Experience tracks
There's definitely more still, when I can get to a computer maybe I can think of more I like better than To Here Knows When.
Post 10/10 moments in music that make you feel like Pacha does when the sun hits that ridge just right
>That moment at the end of Only Skin off of Ys when the male backing vocalist kicks in with all the strings
>that moment the soul-penetrating melancholy of Five Years fades out and the mellow upbeat vibes of Soul Love reach into your heart and massage the pain away
I wish I had a Bowie Pacha for this feel
I didn't realize people hated this album.
it's either a bunch of rockists annoyed at how "repetitive" it is or people making reductive appraisals like "it's literally beach boys with more reverb" while ignoring the superb use of sampling in the instrumentals