What'd you like, /mu/?
>two women on guitars, sorta punk, really fun
>80s electronic, 10/10 background music
Why does he not give ratings to jazz albums or (more importantly) classical albums?
Best Song: Passing Out Pieces
Runner Up: Brother
Worst Song: Goodbye Weekend
Overrated: Salad Days
Underrated: Treat Her Better
what are some good albums with satanic/occult themes?
Godflesh - Streetcleaner
Slayer - Reign in Blood
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
Angkor Wat - When Obscenity Becomes the Norm... Awake
Rend Each Other Like Wild Beasts, Till Earth Shall Reek With Midnight Massacre
giving this album a fair chance for the first time tonight. those improvisations on the second platter are super cool.
what're some krautrock albums that /mu/ likes
Yeti's probably my favorite due to the sheer ambition present in songwriting and arrangement.
There's a bunch of stuff worth checking out with krautrock
You got your big three:
Can (Tago Mago, Ege Bamyasi, Future Days)
Faust (Faust I and Faust IV)
Neu! (Neu! and Neu! 75)
^get back to Can and Faust for their unreleased and live stuff once you start caring enough about the genre
You got something more psychedelic:
Amon Duul II (Phallus Dei and Yeti)
Xhol Caravan (Electrip, Altena 1969)
You got something more...
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>This Is Such a Pity
ITT: Post a band's most fun album
What did /mu/ think of this album?
I gave up on Metallica long before St. Anger but I'm half way through pic related and I'm presently surprised so far.
it's not bad. the songs are kinda long, but whatever.
people give it shit for being "brick walled" and mastered horribly, but like think about it - you think metallica didn't want it to sound like that? and if they didn't, it wouldn't.
Is there a name for this aesthetic?
why do people do this
Post more feel good/mellow songs like these:
two of my favorite songs I need moar
God Tier Albums
What are your most contrarian opinions, /mu/?
I think Anthony Kiedis is an amazing vocalist and lyricist and Patton had it coming and deserved what he got