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first for melodeath/black
'Bout to eat these cookies and Listen to Mr. Bungle...feeling patrician
Face it, if Kevin Shields dad wasn't some rich businessman, this album would have been never recorded for the roughly 250k gbp of the time (or 1 mil USD today).
>Shields said that most of the money claimed to have been spent on the album was simply "money to live on" over three years, with the album itself only costing "a few thousand". He also claimed that the album represented only four months work over two years. Shields later said that most of the money spent was the band's own money, and that "Creation probably spent fifteen to twenty thousand pounds of their own money on it, and that's it. They never showed...
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>he doesn't like vector hold
>they like cancer
Anything good dropped yet this year?
Favorite Cat Power album?
What do you think of Arcade Fire's new album, Funeral?
This is the general for the advanced listener and musician. These threads will be a regular occurrence for those who either;
a) People who've been listening to music seriously for 5+ years
b) People with musical training and regularly perform music
Don't be offended, this is not meant to be pretentious, its just some of us have moved past the general essentials, p4k BNM and the latest hype album and have more developed tastes. No /mu/core, BNM, Fantanocore or chart music allowed.
What music have you been enjoying lately?
Can stuff like Led Zeppelin really be considered dad rock still? My dad listens to Morrissey and Sonic Youth
Call it grandad rock
If you use
For music, kill yourself.
cool site to discover music.
I'd rather stream before I buy it.
Didn't know they have music
How else will I buy it?
Rare albums are always on youtube. gotta work with what you have.
nigga what the FUCK are you talking about
im drunk and depressed
post good sad music
starting with the essential
Also recommending Angel Olsen, Sparklehorse, early Helvetia, Red House Painters, Whirr, Deer Hunter, Sufjan Stevens, Daniel Johnston and Elliot Smith.
What does /mu/ think of Yoko Ono?
How do I into the Grateful Dead?
start with pic related, then american beauty, then blues for allah, then live/dead
after that, decide if you like the poppier stuff or the jammier stuff, then explore their later stuff (albums after american beauty and before shakedown street) or their earlier stuff (everything leading up to workingmans dad), respectively
I've really been enjoying this Bongripper album lately. Their songs are too long, but they have some really good parts. Some of the other bands I listen to are Conan, Windhand, Monolord, Electric Wizard, and Slomatics. Any recommendations? I've already sifted through most of the top stuff on rateyourmusic.
You already listen to some of the absolute best stoner bands of recent years, but I still got you.
My good man, listen to these albums:
Stoned Jesus - First Communion
Salem's Pot - ...Lurar ut dig på prärien
Warhorse - ...As Heaven Turns To Ash
Meth Drinker - Meth Drinker
Hell - Hell
Goatsnake - Flower of Disease
Stonehelm - Stonehelm
Burning Witch - Crippled Lucifer
Pilgrim - Misery Wizard
you need some really harsh sludge
meth drinker - s/t
the body - I shall die here
primitive man - scorn
grief - dismal
eyehategod - take as needed for pain
dragged into sunlight - hatred for mankind
old witch - come mourning come
molehill - comfort measured in razor lines
leechmilk - the starvation of locusts
sea of deprivation - catharsis in disharmony
lord mantis - spawning the nephilim
fistula - idiopathic
fister - gemini
stone titan - scratch n' sniff
noothgrush - erode the person
iron monkey - our problem