I had a thread about Chameleons and this album in particular, and for some unknown reason it got deleted.
So here i remake it.
what's some essential Larkin Grimm core?
Holy shit, does any other prog rock sound as good as this?
How does the review go?
Just listened to this and I like it. Is the rest of Animals as Leaders' discog any good?
TLOP is one of the greatest albums of all time
What are /mu/'s thoughts on Weezer?
I like the first two albums a lot. They remind me of when I was a loser in high school. I'm still a loser, of course, but now I go to college.
New album sounds pretty good, but I don't know if they can ever have a real return to form, seeing as Rivers is an old fart now.
Honestly, I consider these to be the best thrash/speed metal albums. I excluded Metallica because every schoolboy (myself included) loves em. Did dubstep or certain subcategories of EDM replace metal like this? I feel there musical elements EDM and metal like this had in common. Non-metal mentions include van halen.
What is some essential "real music"-core?
Friendly reminder that the global cultural conditions of the mid 20th century were crucial to the genesis of the preeminent, incredibly inspired, profoundly influential music that was created during that time period, and were a one-in-a-million serendipitous occurence that will likely never happen again; thus, music from that era is the only objectively great music that has ever and will ever exist.
I feel like I am a pleb for not enjoyig country. What is top-tier country so I can get over my prejudice?
>Haven't listened to this album in like a year
>used to think Holland, 1945 was the best song
>listened to it tonight
>Communist Daughter is now my fav
I don't see many ITAOTS threads anymore
How's that first album coming, /mu/?
Ya hangin' in there?
Managing to get it together around your day job?
What songs or albums should have an entire movie made about/with/for them? This is my bet:
I'd kill for a tom waits scored western
I'm Confused, is this any good?