Gwen Stefani with No Doubt or solo, which do you prefer?
Name ten things that aren't vaporwave.
ITT: Post an album cover along with the artist and album name, others guess what album it is.
>Radiohead - OK Computer
Shit I know this one.
>Neutral Milk - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
NEW ALBUM WHEN REE
What does /mu/ think of My Chemical Romance?
first few albums are classic emo/screamo whatever you wanna call it type shit. Black Parade was the beginning of the end but still really good. Anything after BP's not worth the time. Overrated to a certain extent, awful fanbase,
I loved them when I was in my "emo phase" I guess you can say. Now a days I'm into extreme metal, (bands like mayhem, suicide silence, behemoth, obituary, shit like that) ,but occasionally u enjoy mcr. I rate them 5.6/10
Its my first time posting here and I´d like to ask you, if you could kindly reccomend me some albums.
I am primary looking for jpop/kpop, but i mean the older ones, from like 80s. I am interested in this, however i am clueless on albums.
Stuff like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQGvlemqUpE
PIZZACORE IS BETTER THAN 00s POP-PUNK
The pop punk of the 2000s was fucking terrible. They were literally boy bands with guitars.
The pizzacore scene may be mediocre, but bands like The Story So Far, Modern Baseball, Citizen, Title Fight, and Knuckle Punk are infinitely better than shit like Simple Plan, Paramore, and Good Charlotte.
I don't see how you can say that when the skramz scene peaked in the late 90s/early 00s, the powerviolence scene peaked in the 90s, street punk was huge in the late 90s, and hardcore was massive in the 00s. You're just out of the loop, pretentious, and stupid, and like pretending the current scene isn't valid because you don't like it
Hey guys, Damon Albarn OBE here, ama
new year new me edition
have a BLAST
not even ashamed a little bit
have u listened to hrsta
u should be ashamed of those black sqaures
What does /mu/ think about electroswing
Is there anything this country can't do?
What Happened to this cuck? He was the best thing that ever happened to post-2001 rap.
What's your opinion on artists putting effort into image as well as music?
It can help, but the music needs to be able to stand on its own.