>All your normalshit "HIPSTER XD" friends are gunna be posting on facebook about how much they loved Bowie, becuase The Man Who Sold the World and Ziggy Stardust are so great!
>Most of these plebs havent even heard his greatest album
I always felt like he would live for ever.
I can't deal with this ;_;
>43 years old
>still making music
I think he'll be fine
Don't Cage the Elephant and the Black Keys owe this guy some royalties?
He doesn't eat flesh. Cancer? I don't think so.
Morrissey is very healthy and likely won't die in your life time so no worries.
>I first experienced Alive 2006-2007 in its widest incarnation: the youtube videos, almost ten years ago
>very faithful anons had uploaded these things sequentially; I got pretty much the whole set as-it-happened by Coachella before Alive 2007 was a finished project
>I had been mildly disappointed by Human After All, but still liked the first two albums...
>This was all before dubstep, and "sick drops" as we now know them (though of course sick...
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God-damn, thank you for reminding me.
I still have the stickers for Alive 1997 tucked behind the CD-plate in my copy. :^)
Although I hear Thomas has hearing problems.
>Tfw apart from Alives, I was not in a field in Wisconsin 20+ years ago
I saw the FB post as soon as it happened, but now news reporters are confirming it
Rest in Peace, Ziggy Stardust
"He's told us not to blow it 'Cause he knows it's all worthwhile."
Recently got into Bowie. Previously I had assumed it was just normie trash. But after listening to some of it and then getting to this album I realized how fucking perfect this album is. Like holy shit it's probably just my taste but goddamn I love it. Plus the music videos that go along with it are 11/10.
Any albums/artists you weren't expecting to love?
Improvement over Bleach? or shameless sell-out?
>implying Kendrick is that much better than Earl Sweatshirt
not putting down Kendrick at all but so many people put him on a pedestal after TPAB just because of the content of the lyrics
there's not much he does in particular that's all that much better than someone like Earl, Vince Staples, or Danny Brown, so why all the hype for Kendrick, what am I not getting?
He can put a hell of an album together and has talented people backing him
You think TPAB would've happened without the live jazz/funk performers jumping in on the Kendrick hype? No. Earl doesn't have that.
He does everything a rapper can do right while maintaining a mainstream appeal
Not my favorite but definitely up there for me, and he's definitely the most prolific rapper of the current times, comparable to Eminem
Albums /mu/ recommended that you really did not like
Really corny prog with a bunch of forgettable tracks and a silly concept.
Alien Rap: Songs About Life on the Planet Glumph is so ahead of it's time. The instrumentation is legendary because it's a sound that's not even from this planet. All the lyrics have meaning, and thwy speak to the listener. It tells a story, and really captures the listener. 10/10 no doubt.
This is the greatest album of all time, prove me wrong
The First Rape in Space is so ahead of its time. The instrumentation is legendary because it's a sound that's not even from this planet. All the lyrics have meaning, and thwy speak to the listener. It tells a story, and really captures the listener. 10/10 no doubt.
Has there ever been a bigger collab hip hop album than Kendrick and J Cole's coming out next month? WATTBA doesn't count because that was by singing niggas
hey guys, what do you think of "the knife"?
any favourite songs/albums?
and please don't start bitching about their feminst attitude, i just want to talk about music.
favourite songs: the captain, heartbeats, this is now, reindeer
What's so feminist about their attitude?
I like deep cuts and silent shout. And this other song about pigeons cuz the it has that atmosphere. Its like your watching a movie about a great empire in its glory.
i just know that some tards on 4chan always start bitching about feminism and so on and the knife are definitely a feministic band. but which pigeon song do you mean? "colouring of pigeons"?
They're excellent to the highest degree. Silent Shout is one of the best recent synth pop albums. "A Tooth for an Eye," "Without You my Life Would be Boring," and "Heartbeats" are 10/10 tracks
Is the fact they're black the only reason I'm supposed to care about this?
That and it kind of is proto punk, and came out around or slightly before the ramones and was from Detroit.
The music is okay, but not even anything super important for its time.
If you like it, cool, does it deserve the recognition its gotten? Fuck no.