Why wasn't this song a #1 hit? It's a perfectly crafted EDM/pop/Club song
The Fine Bros. are at it again
I have a fetish for these weird hometaping bedroom musicians.
Can you share some underground crazies in the same vein.
How long have you waited for a thread like this to spout this shit opinion ? I can't fucking believe you would post this. What the fuck is your problem? Why would you post? Why? WHY?? What do you want? Attention? Infamy? FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU! Never post in one of my threads again or I will fucking kill you!
>tfw they are never going to top this
Can we have one of this threads?
It's actually a "Best Albums of 2015" thread
Which is better?
What is the appeal of Noise?
There was a festival for it in my home town back in November, and I'm trying to figure out what exactly the big deal was.
What the fuck was wrong with this guy? Look at his fucking smile, i was expecting some comfy folk version of Jeff Bucley but with a better voice but this shit is fucked up.
Post country music that someone who doesn't listen to the genre would find interesting
No Johnny Cash/Bob Dylan tier songs
"Real" country only
Johnny Cash had number ones throughout the decades on the country charts, recorded albums with Waylon Jennings and Hank Jr, shared a building with the Grande Ole Opry when recording his own TV show (that featured dozens of country artists) and has been inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame. How is he not "real" country?
Because when people think of country they don't think of cash anymore
At one point people said Helter Skelter was heavy metal, now not so much
You can say he's country and be 100% correct but in this instance I want to hear modern country artist who fit into the modern criteria of country
Give me your opinion
I am now David Bowie
I'm bored so post your last five rym ratings.
Bands that never recovered after THAT album, be it good or bad.
Was the hate for disco racially motivated? I actually like it.