ITT: We post and discuss albums that are undeniably beautiful from start to finish.
as well this band. and this album here. every song. genius.
goddamit im serious.
more. ill keep bumping til i find others who agree with me.
you're trying so hard to be hipster. everyone knows Plans was miles better
best mcr album
ok. i actually quite enjoy that. bravo sir
best album by them is pic.
good. definitely, but i still prefer shipwreck, thier best album in my definition.
thoughts on Manchester?
the undisputed champion by the way
thats whats up! i saw em once in PA and im gonna see em again in december i believe it is. favorite song? mines prolly the typical answer of "admit it!!!" or anything else from is a real boy or the presidential suite
My favourite Album by them. Any IM fans who thinks differently?
scary kids are ok... not a huge fan.. but i dont hate them.
ALSO Bright eyes anyone?
my ex got me into listening to him. it was the best thing i took from that relationship. lol
this ones a bit more obscure... but does anyone here know Lazer/Wulf?
i cant believe i forgot this album. Thank you Anon Hero. im gonna go listen to it immediately.
these and pic related
Too much shit to cut yourself by... Grow a spine, get over yourself, and grow up.
>Implying millennials have any idea what music is. Go dubstep somewhere.
Slowdive Pygmalion. Very relaxing stuff.
YES THANK YOU.
If you don't know about Dilla, you don't know about hip hop.
Just listening to some of his instrumentals (As redundant as they seem to be without words) is fucking fantastic. Lean back in your chair, listen to Earl, Flyyy, Radio, Time: TDOTH, One Eleven, Last Donut. AND MORE.
ill definitely check them out dude. they sound pretty legit from what ive listened to so far. :D
by the way what do you think of Hebrews?
every say anything album is different from the last.. this one takes everything to a whole new level. Max's writing is top tier.... and you can still jam to the songs... but it feels older.. more mature than his last few albums. granted, he does more yelling on this album than any other, but there are no guitars.. all orchestral instruments... so it really good... but different.
check that video out.
OP I totally agree, they are a great band.. and Transatlanticism is a great song... One thing I dislike is when someone asks me what I'm listening to, "Death Cab for Cutie" it just sounds kinda gay
ya man. he still kills it though. i saw them on the tour for Hebrews, and they play guitar for the live sets... just not on the album.
> NOT POSTING FREDDIE GIBBS
the difference between hell and home - counterparts
Summertime made promises it knew it couldn't keep, the fairytale was climbing up a mountain far too steep.
kinda sad how it went down with them after that release
ill go with
the naked and famous - passive you, agressive me
Kleenex Girl Wonder - Ponyoak
Solid 90's lo-fi pop/rock album containing a whopping 25 tracks
all catchy as hell
It's kind of legendary that it was all created alone in a college dorm room during his freshman year
anyone else still lurking?
everything from the musicianship to the production on this album is superb
Completely agree. .
this one is the bee's tits too
check out "Antemasque"
it's cedric and omar's new band
This album has to be my favorite so far.
I was pleasantly satisfied with Jonny Craig's comeback
also this soooooooooooooo fucking much
>Go into this thread
>Browse the list
>No Demon Days
>Leave this here
feel like if you think this album is 'undeniably beautiful' you're missing the point
It's a toss up between Bitches Brew, and Brian Eno's Ambient tracks
but A Winged Victory for the Sullen is better
>Talks about best Death Cab For Cutie album
>Doesn't say "Plans"
Lol fucking kill yourself, you disgusting cesspool of faggotry.
I have plenty of favourites but this is my most recent one.
this is absolute shit, even ironically
ya they r cool i guess if ur a 17 year old angsty white kid in the suburbs
haven't listened to this one. i did like This is how the wind shifts tho
wrong brand new album but k
aveage gorillaz fan rite there making le same 10 year old joke
This album is just amazing from start to finish. It's a tearjerker, not because it's sad, but because the music and lyrics are so beautiful and uplifting. It's like you start crying, and then your mom hugs you and says it'll be ok, and you believe her but keep crying anyway. If that makes any sense.
>the album looses strength in Kids with Guns
>use of distorted voice in Intro, all alone, etc
>final songs change the whole sense of Gorillaz
I love Gorillaz as much as the next guy, but the album isn't a masterpiece.
The ratio of good albums to mediocre ones in this thread is about 1:10.
Listened to a couple songs. Haunting Presence and No One Will Ever Want me. Starkly beautiful, but it gave my girlfriend nightmares.
Instrumental Post-rock anyone? God Is An Astronaut is probably my favorite, and this is their best album
>Instrumental Post-rock anyone?
The Seven Mile Journey - The Metamorphosis Project
Jakob - Solace
Grails - Black Tar Prophecies Vol's 1, 2, & 3
Magyar Posse - Random Avenger
The Mercury Program - A Data Learn the Language
Maserati - Inventions for the New Season
The Samuel Jackson Five - Easily Misunderstood
Shora - Malval