Best opener on an Album and why?
I'll go first, Disorder by Joy Division, the bass riff is incredible, the lyrics, guitar, drums, everything is so powerful and overwhelming, really sets up the album.
BP starts out very intense. Same goes for the openers on GP and NotM.
Giving bad people good Ideas comes off very ear bending. Its very fucking metal and pretty much defines the album and band as a whole of what they represent in the current theme of the album and just there very own signature style finally being prestige
It seems everyone on /mu hates Billy Corgan's fucking guts. This isn't being even asked ironically, I legitimately have no idea why people here hate him. Why do you hate Billy Corgan?
'''ITT:''' It's 2016
ITT: We make up titles to bad country songs
I would figure this lands under music.
I have never bought a good set of earphones or headphones.
What brands should I look into?
What's /mu/'s opinion on the greatest album of all time?
I really hate this album. How do I force myself to like it?
Everyone tell me why they like it/love it. To me it's repetitive garbage and the only good song is the last one because it reminds me of Joy Division.
What's some good music for long drives in the desert?
wat the heck is this
What do you guys think about Childish Gambino?
So I know nu metal is actually the shittiest genre every but, and hear me out, what if there is like a 10/10 god tier solid gold fucking beautiful masterpiece waiting to be discovered among the cess?
I'm really high
What do I listen to?
>inb4 dude weed lmao
Is Death Grips bad hip hop?
What does /mu/ think about Enter Shikari?
while I chuckled a bit, this is obviously wrong. he's one of the few actually reasonable and rational leftists who backs up his views and arguments. not saying I agree with him on all of his points but I respect his well-mannerism
and on the actual topic, I listened a shitload of enter shikari when I was in middleschool. common dreads is still a very dear album