How. In any way would a music critic affect how you feel about an album.
ITT: We post our face and favorite song
You first, OP.
This is my dog's face and my fav song is
>Piece of Your Pie by SNOWMINE
I was considering reviving the /mu/'s best albums of the 2000s thing and I was going over what albums got enough votes that weren't added to the pastebin. I came across this album and, because I'm a massive pleb, I don't know what it is. Can you help me out /mu/? Google (and every other reverse image search engine) comes up blank.
ITT: Overrated easy listening pop/rock albums
Pet Sounds is a fucking masterpiece, so is Blonde on Blonde. Things are only easy listening with the benefit of 50 years of hindsight, Pet Sounds was a pioneering record that has inspired thousands of artists.
Overrated easy listening shit - anything by Coldplay.
what if i told you
that part of what made those albums so great
was the fact that it was easy to listen to
and the skill it took to make it easy to listen to
from beginning to end
ITT: hipsters trying to assuage their fears that they actually enjoy melody and harmony like everyone else
literally the greatest post-punk album ever made
>mfw when Brian Wilson is performing full Pet Sounds live for the last time ever and the gig closest to you is on freaking Iceland
To quote him: I wanna cryyyYyyyyyYyyyyYyy
Currently watching the version from 2002: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5cuI5NTKVk
listen to this brilliance, they almost recreated it perfectly to sound like the studio version
we will never sleep cause sleep is for the weak
and we will never rest til were all fucking dead
What do their lyrics mean? Is it carefully planned poetry to keep the masses confused, or is it absolute garbage?
there wasnt a bandcamp thread, there is now
NEW TRACK ON SPOTIFY!! plz follow me
>some noise pop, fuzz folk, power electronics, melodic harsh noise, and free jazz inspiration
R E C
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>you will never be a famous and successful artist
How do you deal with this?
It definitely wasn't Mark David Chapman
>Spiderland = The Catcher in the Rye
How can I get into classical music? Where should I start? I saw a picture guide some time ago. Also, it would be nice if these albums were available on spotify
Try some of these if you like. The Bach art of fugue in particular is excellent.
ITT: Once famous artists that sank without trace
What happened to The Horrors?
Gerard Way is a meme master
Is Spotify Premium worth it? I've been considering it, but I dont know
Spotify is poopy I don't var what people say tryna catch the neat tryna catch the Nat Pooh mnnnah may throw get em high get rmhigh I don't care about y'all nogaasnom still will amdnwooik because my flow is in the pocket my pocket is I'm the alfoyol