Never seen anyone talk shit about this album.
Death, nihilism, existentialism. The void.
wew lad, nearly tripped on that edge.
But yeah, I like Grim.
+Swans - TBK is great.
Name a better punk album
Leftover Crack vs Crass is not even a realistic comparison.
Which line from this album made you finally shed a tear?
>Should I tear my heart out now? Everything I feel returns to you somehow.
ITT: albums recorded in under a week
recorded in 3 days, originally titled the 3 day theory, but took 4 extra days to mix and master, so got renamed to 7 day theory.
ITT post you're favorite album of all time and others guess shit about you and tell you why the album is shit
Shit Shit Shit
>Used to browse /mu daily
>stop for about a year
>threads about korn, linkin park, eminem and several bowie threads
how high was he /mu/?
Just turned down my spotify subscription after the 3 month $1 trial, very unimpressed with the music that's available and the shit recommendations/playlists.
Was gonna try Apple music but it turns out it's not available in my country.
Am I missing out, or is it the same shit?
I tried Apple Music for free for three months but went back to Spotify after. I didn't really notice much of a difference, Apple Music just had more glitches, both the desktop and iPhone version.
i turned from spotify to apple music because of playlists and album/artists suggestions
also apple music's catalogue is bigger
android version still sucks tho, itunes desktop version works without any problems
>kick off your shoes and strike up the band >here come those boys from Spiderland
lmao, do you faggots actually like this shit?
>Other E6 niggas just a bunch of pricks
>ain't none of 'em compare to the Sunshine Fix
>Relationships are such a mess
>I guess in the end we are all loveless
topkek Why does this corny shit get so much praise around here?
>The future belongs to analog loyalists. Fuck digital
>heavily relies on drum machine
that are NOT in the Initial D soundtrack:
come on you slow-ass fags post em
So this album just turned 10 years old today.
Best indie album of the noughties? It's an absolute classic already, in my opinion.
Probably Station to Station or Heathen.
Shuffle your stuff. Post first ten, be honest if you're cool.
Rate, relate, recommend, share, and throw down a fun fact of some sort if you hate fun.
Corona - Pan Sonic
Nothing Without You - Swans
Stop Frontin - Kool Kieth, Doctor Octagon
The Blacker the Berry - Kendrick Lamar
Needle in the Hay - Elliot Smith
Four - Jaguar Ma
One - Factory Floor
Breaker 1 - Interpol
I Think I'm In Love - Spiritualized
Slow Nerve Action - Flaming Lips
Fun fax 001: every member of Swans [most recent lineup] is extremely personable...
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With my Face on the Floor - Emmit Rhodes
A New Jerusalem - Mark Hollis
Street Hassle - Lou Reed
All We Ever wanted Was Everything - Bauhaus
Strength of Strings - Gene Clark
Misty Roses - Colin Blunstone
La De Da - Link Wray
Ad Gloriam - Le Orme
Track A - Solo Dancer - Charles Mingus
THK - Phil Manzanera