Underrated bands that have had great careers.
They've got at least five good songs more than I'm willing to admit. Most of their stuff is the epitome of mediocrity, though
Rate, rec, h8, etc
You're basically me a year ago. I rec A Child's Guide to Good & Evil
I don't recognize any of those albums. Which one's the best?
Everything but Minutemen's pretty good on there. I'd recommend AnCo's earlier stuff. Especially STGSTV and Sung Tongs.
I rec Fishmans - Long Season Big Star + Alex Chilton's...
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What's the musical equivalent to Serial Experiments Lain?
>no vinyl thread
Post your recent purchases. Good taste edition.
Pic related just came in today
Yesterday, my 13 yr old little sister said:
"Appearances matter more than the music."
Do you agree, /mu/?
>tfw better taste than 99% of /mu/
Oh look its garden of delete but better
Post the most famous album that came out the year you were born
I just recently listened to this for the first time and need some recs for someone new to the genre
ITT: bands with only one good album
There was one of these threads earlier, but it didn't really take off. I agreed with the OP though, Neon Golden is probably the best album I've found through /mu/, some good IDM/indie (indietronica but I don't want to get ridiculed)
hell yeah !!!! every time i see Neon Golden on here I feel connected to an anon.
if you think "most /mu/core is bad" you really need to end yourself so that the board has fewer contrarian snowflakes
I'm finishing the requiem
/x/ is a bunch of new age faggots