My friends and I are going to drop acid tomorrow night and I was wondering if you guys had any suggestions on what to listen to? If you guys want to share any of your experiences with psychedelics feel free to share here as well.
'The Shape of Jazz to come' is one of my most enjoyed recordings, but did Ornette live up to the album's title?
Working through this collection his delivery gets very similar. The patterns of notes becomes repetitive.
He'll usually introduce a run with two short notes bap - bap - go on a meander, ba ba ba baa bap baa
maybe end with an inquisitive tone. baaaaAAAAaa
I don't mean to be down on him for his style, but it is definitely there.
Don't do drugs, kids
Friendly reminder that if you haven't heard this record you don't know shit about Nirvana
Why is Maryland the most patrician state?
Songs that you can play at a party, regardless of generation, and everyone loves it.
The litanies of the album constitute not much of an improvement over Aphrodite's Child's 40-years old 666 or Blue Oyster Cult.
This music wouldn't scare a two-year-old child. The best moment comes perhaps with the Yes-style instrumental closer Genesis.
I need someone with better taste then me to help me find music to impress a girl
It has to be a male vocal singer. And in the style of normal rock or alternative rock like Suede
Does /mu/ have the taste?
Post youtube links to the songs you listen to when you've had about 15 drinks in 2 hours.
In my lonely inebriation I listen to dumb electropop/EDM and other stuff that reminds me of the fun I wish I was having. Luckily I don't get drunk alone very often, maybe once every 3 months
Also, 15 drinks in two hours? Unless you're tall and bulky that's a damn Russian stomach you've got there. I've determined that my personal limit before vomiting is inevitable is:
7 drinks in one hour
8 drinks in 2 hours
9 drinks in 3 hours
10 drinks in 4 hours
there's a style of drinking where you usually vomit eventually. It's about getting so drunk you can't barely move and don't feel anything, that's why the number of drinks is so high
>style of drinking
As in...getting unreasonably smashed? Drinking to the point of losing walking abilities is only fun for the first 30 minutes, and then you just feel so flushed and heavy and gross
Also, I listen to DJ Screw when drinking, even though his music is possibly better suited to another psychoactive substance
So I covered FloriDada. How did I do?
Another anon suggested I make a FloriDada cover and put it on Youtube since they're aren't any covers up hardly at all yet for some reason (so now i can rake in dem views).
For real though, this isn't too cringey right? I tried to stop making weird faces, but I couldn't help it.
What's that one Stereolab album that you actually like?
For what niche was this masterpiece written?
What does /mu/ think of this LP? I think it's one of the best emo albums of the 2000s.
>walking around a record shop
>hear the loudest fart ever
>see this guy staring at you