What's /mu/'s opinion? I like it
AllMusic 4/5 stars
Clash 8/10 stars
Classic Rock 4/5 stars
Consequence of Sound C+
The Independent 4/5 stars
The Guardian 3/5 stars
NME 3/5 stars
Rock Sound 6/10
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars
Why do you think there has never been a rock album on par with electronic music?
As it has become an obsolete genre and its time passed, do you think it was maybe down to it being too centered on dancing, entertainment and simplistically emotional based with feels and anti-establishment ethos in most?
2016 feels like its been nothing but really great bands releasing passable albums by their standards.
Only few standouts to me have been The Body/Full of Hells collab album and Steve Gunns new album.
Use this thread to suggest some overlooked/not as hyped up albums from 2016 that are still very good.
Ask someone who's in a band that recently opened for Deafheaven and caused George to leave the green room by going on a large scale drunken rant about Brexit anything
Favorite album? Song? Don't like them? Why?
>inb4 every song sounds the same
Reminder that you are discussing music tastes on board where absolute most popular thread is Kpop.
>pic very related
Here's the thing about Mike. The man has some serious pipes. He has a six octave range and excels in any octave. He writes brilliant songs. And his stage presence is only matched by Adolf Hitler.
Seriously, Watch Mr. Bungle play Pink Cigarette at Bizarre Festival and then watch a video of the Nuremburg rallies. We better thank our lucky stars Mike didn't go into politics or he would have taken over the world.
But Mr. Bungle as a whole had a brilliant dynamic. It wasn't just the Mike Patton backup band. They all made huge creative contributions to...
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Ive seen numerous times on mu that this is a concept album. Apart from a few songs (across the sea, pink triangle, butterfly), I dont really see how this is considered a concept album. Could someone explain it track for track?
it's not a fucking concept album. just because some autists want to connect imaginary dots does not mean there's a picture
Thinking of writing an essay edition
holy shit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaS3rIfqbNg&index=136
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas - Dance Party
Is there any more essential noise rock in vein of The Jesus Lizard and Shellac? I love this stuff.
Destroying two fine instruments
to create a monster
David Bowie was the Niel deGrasse Tyson of music. Normies love them. Normies user their interest in them as proof that they are music- or science-savvy. Normies champion their work as artistically and scientifically important, despite the fact that it is derivative and not very interesting.
Each of these charlatans profited from more intelligent and more daring musical and scientific spirits. They were the flamboyant and self-indulgent narcissists who faggily danced down the trails blazed for them.
>Make a hit song romanticizing poverty lifestyles in Brooklyn, people love it
>Make a conscious freestyle that highlights why young boys are committing crimes and young girls are getting surgeries to enhance their bodies, people hate it
Why is this allowed?
>Why is this allowed?
the media suggests what opinion people should have
Hey guys no offense but if you have to train yourself to like an album it probably isn't a very good album