Reminder that The Beatles are effectively the Mozart to Pink Floyd's Beethoven and both are objectively the greatest musicians in rock music.
Beatles = Mozart because:
>first half of their career is boring and derivative
>second half all boundary pushing, tremendously creative
>mastered the idioms of their day beyond the capabilities of any of their contemporaries
Pink Floyd = Beethoven because:
>very beginning of career spent imitating...
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Also, because Pink Floyd had transcended the Blues connection with Rock by Meddle and instead were composing music with a distinctly new, unique language: similar to Beethoven with his 3rd symphony.
This was really good, where do I go now?
>"Hey anon, where do you get your music from?"
How do you answer a question like this, /mu/?
She's gay, right?
Any love for one of the greatest artists to ever walk the Earth?
Find the difference
Somebody explain how this directly impacts me.
>/mu/ has completely obliterated all of the joy I once got from listening to music, and I now view it as more of a chore than anything else
music for this feel?
Is this the Ulysses of modern music? Because I can see a lot of similarities
So we know now that the front cover is an old European postcard that was altered, but does anybody know what this is?
it gos so slo
what's behind the third door from the left?
What's /mu/'s favourite rock based movie