so how is it
Can someone please explain the joke about Long Season and Old Boots, New Dirt? I'm seeing it all over this board and I feel like I'm missing out on a joke.
OBND is a horrible country-pop album that was on the front of Spotify for a long time so people on /mu/ got bored and made it bait. I have not listened to it but that's my best guess.
Long Season is alright imo but slightly overrated.
Their contrasting memes. Fishmans is really good and unknown, while OBND is known but awful. When people saw Fishmans being memed they got mad - it's their personal favorite! You can destroy what they love - sonething so special! Whilst OBND is the opposite - don't meme it, someone might actually check it out.
These to memes conjoined to balance the memeverse - save us from dat boi.
It's time to listen french rap
Why does this band get so hated? Why do people refuse to call it metal? Why is it so bad to admit you like this band?
Fuck you, niggers.
Nailed it. Nobody even bothers to hate them, or hell even LIKE them anymore other than teenagers who missed the boat and are still looking for identity in liking cringeworthy nu-metal.
Is there a reason I cant stop listening to Oasis. It's been a month now and I only listen to like 10-15 their best songs, but holy shit they only sound better each time.
I remember when they were getting some heavy rotation on the radio in the mid-1990s. I remember people saying "oh, they're alright, they sound a bit like the Beatles".
It's funny, they were well received as a pop band at the time but nobody took them seriously.
With the power of hindsight, I can now recognise they made some really catchy, well crafted songs.
Admittedly, at the time, I wasn't the biggest fan of them but I now recognise they were actually pretty gud.
>decided to listen to David Bowie's discography in order
>first album is mediocre but not horrible
>second album is great and becomes one of my favorites
>thought The Man Who Sold the World was just okay save for a couple great tracks
>not looking forward to Hunky Dory after being slightly disappointed with the last lp
>Hunky Dory catches me off guard and is great, becomes my favorite...
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Honestly don't worry about it. I've been going through his discography for the past couple weeks and felt the same about Ziggy; it's just ok. He sticks to a similar sound on his albums until he gets to Young Americans, which is a funk album, and a very good one too.
Just make sure to brace yourself for Never Let Me Down. It'll scar you.
Ok /mu/ I've discovered I really like jazz but I'm still very new to the genre so I'd like a few recommendations. Are there any particular authors/bands/songs I should listen to? What about sub genres? And so on
im p new too but this flowcharts been pretty helpful (not sure if a jazz veteran would approve)
ITT: moments in music which warm your cold heart.
>the trumpet in the beginning of Storm and the calm string melody before the crescendo.
Shine On You Crazy Diamond, 2:10, guitars first note.
3:33 in Cherry, the final burst of warmth in the track
What does /mu/ think about Fryderyk Chopin?
How does /mu/ feel about this album?
Also, Radiohead is probably my favorite band so yall can roast me all you want.
I personally think it's my favorite, but you all probably have better taste than me.
[spoiler]First time on /mu/, fite me[/spoiler]
Only got into Radiohead after they released AMSP and In Rainbows is their album that I liked the most spontaneously next to KidA. Actually listened to Reckoner today when I woke up, best song on the album imo.
I'm very drunk. Thanks for the correction, bro. Non-ironically, too.
Reckoner is my favorite on the album as well. I like disk 2 a lot though, 4 minute warning and Go Slowly are a few good ones IMO. Kid A is also great. I like your taste, let's be friends.
either no spoiler tags in this board or I don't know how shit works. Sorry /mu/.
What is the best song on this album?
>I've been waiting for a guy to come and take me by the hand
What did he mean by this?
>YOURE A NUT YOURE CRAZY IN THE COCONUT