It's surprisingly good country. Kinda typical radio cowboy stuff in some parts but he mixes it up with some post-punk/alternative influences. Think Wilco mixed with Swans mixed with George Strait. The final 2 tracks have an almost psychedelic dub feel. Aldean uses a wide range of influences and merges it with a classic country twist to create something unique yet familiar. I couldn't recommend it enough.
Protip: Smoke a few bowls to this and it'll become clear.
i see a lot of people on /mu/ claim to be aldean fans, but i bet NONE of you own one of his official calendars like i do!
this shit sounds just like Talking Heads
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hey /mu/ my friend is a massive Bowie fan and it's her 21st this weekend so I gotta get her something. Does anyone know of any cool Bowie things I could get her like some rare b-side vinyl or biography or something? I don't really know much about him
Best track on Sunbather?
I'm just going to leave this here.
Strawberry Jam > Merriweather Post Pavilion
inb4 "They're both shit."
What does /mu/ think about Kendrick Lamar?
You think this guy still fucks? When you think the last time he had sex was?
ITT: The true talent of the band
Frusciantehomos need not reply
he's a talentless hack who thinks too highly of himself, but his bio was pretty decent.
the only flaw in the books as mentioned is that he thinks we care about his lack of self-control in his pursuits of hedonism
ITT construct your ideal band lineup
Molly Rankin - vocals, guitar
James Iha - guitar
John Frusciante - guitar
Krist Novoselic - bass
Jimmy Chamberlin - drums
>Thom Yorke (vocals)
>Rachel Goswell (backup vocals)
>Noel Gallagher (Guitar)
>Tim Buckley+Sufjan Stevens (songwriters, Sufjan plays the random shit)
>john stirratt (bass)
>Nick Drake (Acoustic guitar when needed)
>will champion (drums)
ITT: Press random on your playlist and post the first 5 songs so everyone can judge you for them, I'll start
- Knives out - Radiohead
- Knockin' on Heavens door - Bob Dylan
- Doomsday - MF Doom
- Chillin' - Modjo
- Chloroform - Phoenix
Tupac was the most fake rapper there ever was. Can someone explain to me how this flaming closet homosexual is seen as a paragon of masculinity?
Look at this faggot. This guy is supposedly manly and tough? His music is all about his gay and feminine feelings, too.
Looks like he was such a beta that he had to resort to fat chicks before he was famous, too.
How do you find new music, /mu/?