Heroes & Villains
Old Master Painter
I Get Around/Workshop
Roll Plymouth Rock
Child Is the Father
Mrs. O'Leary's Cow
I Love To Say Dada
I go to UCLA we did research on the album and we discovered several tracklist as of mid 1967. They didn't release them with the SMiLE sessions so people could think of it as a conclusion.
As of April it was
Heroes and Villains
Do you like Worms
The old master painter( he gives speeches was thought to be an intro to this, but they never tried to record it accordingly)
(With me tonight)
I'm in great shape
The Elements ( an actual version of this)
Child is Father of the man
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this is music related I swear
Who /sunn/ here? You excited for their new album that's coming out in two days?
ITT: Describe a discography album-by-album, others try and guess what artst it is.
>horror-punk inspired debut
>picked up by notable punk label, starts adding grunge influence
>more grunge influence, their most popular album
>switched to major label, more mainstream sound, one song is notably used in a video game
>full pop-punk, their second most successful album
>more of the same, didn't do nearly as well
>slightly heavier and more serious album, other than a notably hip-hop inspired single
>work with legendary producer, more polished sound, most polarizing album
>generally better-received than previous album except for one notoriously awful single
Michael jackson hasn't released a new song in years
Artists whose death would absolutely devastate you.
Fellow Pitchfork patricians, it is once again the time for our nightly countdown for Pitchfork's 5 new reviews to be updated on the site at 1am eastern time.
Best New Music?
Best New Reissue?
8.0+ with no BNM?
A shitty set of 7's and below?
Weird Al eternal BNM incoming hypetrain!
Noctourniquetcourtsney Barnett Review?
Ian FUCKIN' Cohen?
Ryan "THE TASTEMAKER" Dombal?
Lindsay "qt feminist" Zoladz? [retired patrician, memory lives on forever]
Jayson "8.7" Greene?
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Pictures of your favorite bands/artists that make you laugh
Post all of the new records you have purchased
Buying on Friday:
Muse - Absolution
Franz Ferdinand - S/T
Chelsea Wolfe - Abyss
Elvis Costello - My Aim is True
Placebo - Without You I'm Nothing
Might get Red House Painters - I too
Dunno when to pre-order Giles Corey, kinda scared if I wait it'll suddenly sell out. So expensive tho
>yfw Run DMC killed hip hop when they signed in these jewish assholes
yfw the greatest hip hop group ever was comprised of 3 upper class juden.
Not to mention two of the hottest emcees right now Lil' Dicky & Drake are both Jews.
black people cant even excel at their own game t b h
Can someone explain music to me? Like how is it enjoyable? Why listen to an "album" when you could listen to a "single" or watch a film? What makes a song a song? Is there really much difference between a guitar and a piano? Please help thanks
Everybody knows dubstep is a fucking abomination, but every music genre has a least something kind of good.
Post good dubstep here.
Out of all the music from the late 90s to mid 2000s like Def Jux, Rhymesayers, Anticon, etc, it seems like MF Doom came out the biggest (unless you want to argue el-p in rtj). It seems like people can know who MF doom is and not any of his contemporaries. When did MF Doom become this household name? Was anyone here around at that time? I'm only 21 but I started listening to that kind of hip hop around 07.
He definitely isn't, and the only people who recognize the name are people into hip-hop to the point where they've at least heard the names of underground/indie rappers.
Artists from the 90s/00s that are more well known:
he is the most well known out of his peers. I'm talking about aesop rock, cannibal ox etc. Common started way before and was well known by the mid 90s. Kanye and eminem both started in similar positions in the rawkus crowd, but ended up going with a completely different trajectory. Mf doom is making similar music today as he was 15 years ago.