Neither. Some great tracks that are worthy of an LP and are some of Kendrick's better released material, and a lot of filler that understandably didn't make it onto TPaB
>1 minute (or longer) skits tacked onto the end of every track
>6 and a half minutes of pure skits in the middle of the album
Why do people like this?
So, I need some music recommendations.
I currently listen to Imagine Dragons, Bastille, and some Macklemore songs (Otherside, Wing$, Same Love). Y'know, songs with a sort of deeper meaning.
I've also been interested in getting into some Green Day/RHCP type stuff. Any starting points?
Do these things actually benefit guitarists? Thoughts? Experiences?
By that image, I can guess that it is just a cheap way to get money from beginner guitarists. It looks like it's supposed to give you a better grip on the strings, but the best way to do that is practice.
Why are The Beatles so loved even though they're shit?
Their lyrics are dumb and pointless, their music is monotonous and simple, and they only made success because teen girls thought they were pretty. The only difference between the Beatles and a sub par boyband is that the Beatles didn't stop making music after they got addicted to hard drugs.
Is it just nostalgia?
Is there anyone in the music industry more washed up than he is?
There was a two page article in The Sun (terrible UK tabloid) today about how he's broke after his divorce and love child and now spends his days getting shitfaced in the pub and then going home to rant on Twitter. Yeah he's washed up. And going bald apparently, kek.
Fuck one, marry one, kill one, ignore one,
More like this?
Very atmospheric, engulfing, slightly dark, slightly funny, narrative and/or thematic?
Is there an album like this at all? I've never heard something similar to Eskimo, even in The Resident's own discog.
what's some good music for a rainy day
Why is the group considered good? They are an exact clone of Spacemen 3 and their music doesn't hold up against Spectrum or Spiritualized.
They've got a pretty wild reputation from their front man kicking people in head at shows and posting bullets and being slightly eccentric. The music and art design make it worth while exploring as well.
Hey /mu/tants. I need a new black metal album to listen to. I rarely can listen to metal because my gf hates it, but I have a small window of time to listen to some metal. Recommend me some black metal from after 2005.
OP here. Great choice. Unfortunately I've already listen to that one a bunch of times.
Another great choice. I have this album on vinyl at my place. So obviously I've listened to it a lot.
Great choices, guys. But I need something I haven't heard.
THIS IS THE WORST TRIP
IVE EEEVER BEEN ON
Why is this so fucking catchy? Like holy shit
I'm new to this /mu/ thing so I'm going to get high as possible and critique this album for you.
Strong start so far.
Op this is okay but it's basically just pop music. It's nothing special musically.
>Gorillaz is great (excluding The Fall)
>Damon's solo album is alright
>his other various musical projects are pretty good
>Blur are thoroughly awful
Seriously, what gives?
I just listened to this for the first time. It's beautiful...
I've heard so many people say it's their worst, and after listening to Souvlaki and the previous albums so many times, couldn't avoid it any more. Incredible