One of these threads, don't be shy anons
I own 10 albums by David Bowie, 13 albums by Neil Young and 10 albums by Depeche Mode.
Does this seems like too many albums? Can you own too many albums by one artist?
Yes you can own too many album by one artists, even if you love said artist.
You must never have more than 2 album from the same artist in order not the go over the limits of having too many albums from the same artist.
ANY kind of metal
Literally dadrock: the album
I don't know if I'll be able to take TMR seriously any more after listening this to.... this
Can anyone recommend a good program to convert flac files to mp3 and/or mp4?
Preferably free but I don't mind having to pay if it's a good program. (I'm assuming posting a crack link isn't allowed?)
Or if there is some kind of magical way get flac files to play on an ipod, I would shit my pants.
>5 favorite genres
>Your favorite season
What are some albums about the working class?
Let me get that clear - pic related established:
- muh independent music production and experimentation
- muh explicit themes and pessimism in music
Sonicly speaking it's just a bunch of catchy songs that don't showcase any special musical talent and a bunch of experimentation here and there.
Correct me and tell me what's that album all about, i enjoy listening to it, but it's not something that i'd call great
I can't believe I wrote all those essays on indie music back in sophomore year. Fuck. I was hella lame. I think I even had some shit about odd future in there because they were blowing up via just free album (before Yonkers). Fuck guys. I really hope I don't look back and regret shit I did in 2015...
Is there a chat to discuss music?
Something like IRC or so?
I need some music that will make me feel depressed and will make me think about my life choices
Dude, his self titled album really makes you think about shit. XO too. I lived his self deprecating, sarcastic wit too.
This is his saddest song imo. Beautiful too. I always listen to it when coming down from cocaine.
post albums you listened to so many times you can't listen to it any more
it's such a great album and occasionally i'll still listen to it every once in a while, but not even close to as frequently as i used to. i'm burned out.
"don't say edm"
"grime is not hip hop"
What are the greatest 2nd/followup albums? Pic related.
Good albums for evening walks