Captain Beefheart = Prophet
Yowie = GOD
people in thread on here were saying it was basically The Seer 2.0 when it first leaked.
to be fair it was that awful sounding 96 kbps version, but those people were still wrong. I think To Be Kind and The Seer are about equal, I find it hard to compare the two because The Seer's been out for two years already.
You're doing it horribly wrong. There's no indication of what it sounds like. All you said was that you expected it to be boring and found out you were wrong.
Kill yourself, you fucking faggot
I'm listening to their s/t right now and I've been wondering why it's called 'dance punk' when it's just dance music with guitars and drums and a guy talking over it. Movement is what I'd call dance punk though.
Can is so fucking good
my first experience with krautrock was Faust S/T. That was interesting
I'd probably say Faust S/T is my favorite album now, but I hated the fuck out of it back then. It was just way too confusing for me
Not bothered to create an image. I expected some sort of mind blowing experimental post-rock orchestra of drums that would make me feel like the girl on the cover. The actual record was pretty downbeat and relaxing, only Circle, Star, and Spiral were like my expectations.
I was so let down I can't even recall what the album actually did sound like
I finally like this album enough to give Geogaddi a shot. Wish me luck.
Pretty much everything Animal Collective released after "ODDSAC" aside from Avey Tare's side projects has been a disappointment to some degree. "Monkey Been to Burntown" at least could have been a great followup EP given how good the b-sides from "Centipede Hz" were, but that wasn't even Animal Collective, just shitty remixes that no one needs. So, "Centipede Hz" completely missed out on a follow up EP of unreleased songs like every other album after "Here Comes the Indian" had. I'm upset!
took me a couple tries for kid a
at first it sounded like a bunch of unorganized bleep bloops and whining
a couple years later I try it and its one of the greatest things ive heard
yeah, not the guy you where replying to, but it was my first 'difficult' album (I know Kid A isn't a super-difficult album or anything, but for someone who hadn't listened to any complex/experimental music it was crazy). Took a few listens for it to click with me, but when it did it was incredible.