Which ones are god tier? Which ones are great?
Which ones are mediocre and which ones in your opinion do not deserve the acclaim they get?
Remain in Light
The Velvet Underground & Nico
Trout Mask Replica
Since I Left You
In the Aeroplane over the Sea
Soundtracks for the Blind
In the Court of the Crimson King
Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas [sic] to Heaven
Merriweather Post Pavilion
Good Kid, M.A.A.D City
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
The Money Store
This is objective.
Someone teach me how to write music just like him
What's your preference
Classical. I don't play classical but i thoroughly enjoy the sound of nylon strings for almost any genre. (I mean for playing, not for actual recorded tracks) also it's just a very fun instrument to play imo
I feel like this album would be good if they just played in time with each other
is this "good" because it's bad?
I wonder what zappa saw in this
The point is that the girls didn't want to play music but found a way to make their music their own
The album is an unintentional ode to the human spirit of being able to make art its own no matter how inept or technically bad at it they are.
Or it's just shit music take your pick
>have more than 40 people co create your album
>parts of the music aren't even by them, but rather taken from other people
>tracks often feature another artist
>still get your name on the cover
>I'm 30, I rap, I'm a goofball, I wear white contacts, skateboard and watch family guy religiously.
>I get clowned on for being myself.
I fucking wonder why.
Do you like Huey Lewis and the News?
This is underrated
ITT: timeless album covers
Has music influenced your social/political beliefs ie veganism, anarchism, altistic right winger, sjw shit etc
when i was 13 my politics consisted entirely of rage against the machine lyrics
that's it i think. i guess being into music and being interested in/looking up to independent musicians has kind of caused me to place a lot more value on enterprise, dedication, and independence than i had done previously.
>when it came time to throw bricks through that starbucks window, you left me all alone
I haven't been here in some time. Can you fill me in on some memes I missed?
>(pic related) was the big meme when I last was here.
>mfw the artist finally clicks
what's their name, /mu/?
>/mu/ prefers Close to the Edge to this
What album's production gets you real hard, /mu/?
So what's the best "Untitled" song?
The one from here
Noise clashing with beautiful piano instrumentation, two polar opposites coming together to make something great.