ITT: Albums with pleb filters, ie. tracks that you can automatically tell if someone is a pleb or not based on their opinion of it.
Genius or hack?
Is Jeff Mangum the greatest musician of all time?
Discuss this album
The first song, Philosophy of the World is easily the 'best' song on the album with a sort of shitty/noise yet still listenable style. After that, the entire album takes a massive decline in everything from lyric quality to rhythm. The lyrics become some of the worst I have ever heard, something you would find teachers preaching to kindergartners and all sense of rhythm has vanished by the end. The album is a classic solely because of its absurdity.
Why are japs the only Asians who can into music? My library is filled with amazing Japanese artists but I don't have one Chinese or Korean artist. What's up with that?
Japan loves us just as much; they line up in theatres for American movies, and watched dubbed Baywatch on TV.
China really isn't allowed to let their music out of their country. Internet is blocked. Or really express opinions either.
Is John Williams a good composer?
Albums like these two? Dreamy electronic with qtpie girl vocals?
What's her best track, /mu/?
Why is this album good?
I like this album a lot. I told a friend of mine to listen to Stars of Track and Field, and they said the song was boring and that the lyrics are weak as fuck. Now others' opinions don't bother me, so I'm not upset that she didn't like the song. But it made me realize, I really can't explain what I like about this album. I don't know what makes it good.
does /mu/ care about these guys at all? are they that big yet?
What are you listening to,/mu/?
What type of music, or particular song/artist/album/etc, do you associate with anger? Not the "yell out loud" type you get with punk and a lot of metal, but a sort of brooding pent up rage.
I've had this on repeat since it was released.
Which album has the most replay value for you in 2015?