>Browses /pol/ once
Pic related is Vargs utoob, mods donut deeleet
>Listen to an album
What's her name, /mu/?
The difference between Mike and Brian
Any other compilation albums like this, that are surprisingly cohesive and actually noteworthy in an artist's discography?
their only album i actually like tbqh
At what speed do you listen to music, /mu/?
I'm sure this is bait, but that album is fucking underrated and the most interesting thing they've released to date. Once you get past cringey lyrics, that is.
Case in point:
Find me anything else that sounds like this. You can't.
>band has no bass player
>band uses the first four strings on the guitar in lieu of a bass
>band don't need no stinkin' bass player
PRAY FOR VIPER
>Be newfag B)
>See Madvillainy is popular on /mu/
Please recommend shit that is close to this quality.
also, general hiphop thread
I think it's just because I have been exposed to such shitty rap recently, but I'm REALLY FEELING IT
What's Happening ?
ITT: middle school bus radio-core
They're more or less the same band, but with different names.
Talulah Gosh is totally better though.
>They're more or less the same band, but with different names.
No lol, they're very different. Sure they share the same vocalist, drummer, and lead guitarist, but their sound progressed and evolved as time went on. Talulah Gosh was all about fast, noisy playing and they were quite amateur players. The Ramones and contemporary Punk bands had an obvious influence. Heavenly on the other hand was a lot slower and closer to 60s pop like the Shangri-Las. They also become better...
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Results poll is here, take that shit to determine the rankings
Oddly enough, I've always considered Radiohead to be the American Linkin Park.
I'm unironically enjoying this please send help