Post great album with a poor cover
I push my fingers into my...
earlier i made a thread about this lp 60 turntable but instead i got this and some a2+ speakers from uturnaudio.com. did i make a good decision
I have the same turntable and I can confirm that you made the right decision.
Can /mu/ name a bad prog rock drummer?
Ok. Lets talk about this guy for a sec, homosexual, vegan, icelandic, googly eyes. Also sings in his own made up gibberish language and has GOOGLY EYES
you like him?
obligatory MPP thread: discuss
Also Frightened is one, if not the single best song of their entire career.
What are some other albums with amazing stories behind them?
Nirvana made a career of ripping off Pixies. Kurt Cobain didn't know how to play guitar. Their best album is Unplugged and that's because its half Meat Puppets songs. Get over it. Nirvana is overrated as fuck.
This might be the most pretentious album I've ever heard in my life
Yes, pretentious. As in so overly concerned with its assumed thematic significance that its creator forgets he's supposed to have, you know, a skill, and instead focuses on his emotions and ideas rather than their expression.
Dean Blunt doesn't ignore the conventions of competent singing and pop music because he's moved past them, because he's in tune with a higher vision. He ignores the conventions of competent singing and pop music because he's too untalented to...
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Right, because there's lots of Top 40 songs where the singer is completely flat and can't carry a note to save his life. There's lots of Top 40 songs with a focus on mood over its lazy, unfocused melody. There's lots of Top 40 songs with excessive sampling (plagiarism)
/mu/ in 1900
Post your recently downloaded music from your shitty music player
Favourite album (or any from your top 3)
favourite sex position
How does /mu/ listen to music?
Do you just chill on a couch, play video games, etc etc.
>play video games
The fact this was one of your two examples tells me you probably do this frequently.
What kind of music warrants this experience?
Do you feel any shame about it?
Do you have problems focusing on things for extended periods of time normally?
Do you find yourself multitasking often?
Usually browse /mu/, sometimes I'll close my eyes if I'm not feeling too spastic.
I do it sometimes, it's good for variation when you do nothing all day but listen to music. If it's a relaxed game, you can listen to the music pretty clearly. I don't know why you think it's such a big deal.
Here's the progress so far guys, we're at day 6