albums that would be considered classics if the artist had died shortly after making it
they didnt even tried
would you rather lose your hearing or sight?
this is the only dg album that i still listen today, the crazy mix full of cuts and beat changes and the way those bjork samples were used throughout the record still sound amazing to me
can /mu/ recommend more records similar to this?
But what do you guys REALLY think of this album?
How can there be Post-Rock if Rock music is still being made?
Because you're basing the meaning of the word regarding time, and not form. In this case, the 'pod' doesn't refer to the time, but the attributes of the music. Post-rock is music made with rock instruments that tries to experiment and morph itself into something that doesn't sound rock music.
Post your favorite musician quote.
what does /mu/ think of prog?
what are your favourite prog albums/artists/songs?
first for coldsoup
Do you guys think the people in the kpop threads go on any other /mu/ threads or other boards?
Has any other album blended so many genres together as good as Siamese Dream?
i saw this and had low expectations.
what do I listen to next?
ITT: Rockist jazz albums
>What's a rockist jazz album?
A jazz album from a selected group of popular jazz artists that rockists will claim are their "favorite" when cornered about their pathetic rock-centric taste
>N-no I LOVE jazz, Coltrane, Davis, Ra, Sanders, the list goes on, I s-swear
opinions on outkast?