This was objectively good.
Looking for albums somewhat like any/all of these
HAVE TO BE ACTUALLY SIMILAR
Miles Davis - On the Corner/ Bitches Brew (no Sextant)
Fela Kuti - Afrodisiac
Can - (Damo Trilogy)
Radiohead - TKOL
Exuma - Exuma
Comus - Comus
Flying Lotus - Los Angeles
Scott Walker - (Dark Trilogy)
Animal Collective - Hollindagain
Listen to this and all other albums (as well as the stuff from the unreleased/unfinished 5th album) from their original lineup, and even some of the stuff from the new lineup(s).
Thank me like crazy later.
>similar to Can sort of, very unique
Met this finnish dude today who is also into rap. Any of yall know any finnish rap? Only thing I've found so far is this guy named "Eevil Stöö"
>wait 6 years for a new album, not sure if Burnley will even release one
>its mediocre as fuck
Well I'm disappointed to say the least.
Saging because of your relentless bumps.
In all honesty, the diary of jane is a good song, and I can't fault BB for creating a genre that had shitty imitators come into it. They were one of the first, and they made music they wanted to.
Is it retarded to ask permission for samples if you're an independent rapper with no following?
I don't want to get sued if I ever blow up.
just don't sell for money the shit you sample
How many anons on here like The Cure?
Metallica is garbage. Kill 'Em All is like 5/10 and it's their best album.
What went wrong? Byrne and Eno were unstoppable in the 80s. This feels phoned in
Underrated gaze bands edition
Reminder that Lift To Experience is reuniting this summer.
I'm new to this. Can anyone recommend something that has the same kind of addictive little melodies and motives as Loveless? Some of the more immediate branches on charts do vacuum cleaner guitars well but only have the atmosphere without the manic repetition.
I wonder how the Stones feel playing the exact same songs 40 years in a row 15 times a year..
This is pretty cool.
What do you guys think?
How can I shred like Yngwie Malmsteen? I can already play guitar on a similar level to say Jimi Hendrix or Slash.
>Lil Ugly Mane is my big brother
>He still lives at home
>He used to spend all his time playing guitar
>Then he stopped hanging out with people and holed up in his room making rap music
>Parents were disgusted
>He made the song "Send Em 2 That Essence" because my mom threatened to send him to the essence if he didn't get a job
I'm lil ugly mane's lil bro ask me anything
If he wasn't a somewhat attractive black musician writing music for sex with "unique" hair, would he be as popular as he is outside of an actually pretty catchy "I Can't Feel My Face" hit?
>album concept is 1984