Sure, it's 8 years old but I think it's easily one of those classic albums that was way ahead of it's time.
What album do you cherish /mu/? What album do you wish you could share with every other /mu/tant but never thought you could?
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE NIGGA
This is my favorite album of all time, but /mu/ might actually hate it. I've only really met one anon on here that's liked it. It's got such great flow, and I feel like the tracks are very personal and strong.
Not just this album, but Harvey Danger/Sean Nelson in general
Best surfrockabillypostpunkambientnoiserock album that will ever come out of Israel.
Such a perfect album, but they'll forever be pigeonholed as "that Edmonton band that got used in the Mass Effect credits"
It's like people forgot that Funkadelic had more than one album
In light of the thread I tried to start, pic related
I guess if it doesn't get reviewed on Pitchfork nobody talks about it here.
The Conet Project
For some reason, I really love to listen to idiosyncratic sounds, and 'numbers stations' are pretty much the most repetitive thing you can listen to while keeping it extremely interesting.
I love this record in a lo-fi kind of way. It's hard to describe why I love it.
This is probably the definition of album I love but have never had the opportunity to share with the people I love, so instead I'm going to share it with you guys.
>Bass Drum of Death - GB City
Can't wait for his new album
hi, remember me?
It sucks that I can't recommend this album to anyone because "EEEWWWW, RELIENT K?!"
>tfw it's the exact same thing with Beach House
>music style spanning 60+ years and three continents
>hurr durr I grew out real big fish when I was like 15, I know a lot about music
>use ska to branch into punk and hardcore
>listen to bands like streetlight manifesto, rancid, black flag, aquabats
>i-it's not entry level because it's been established for a long time!
To be honest, it actually was the album that I first listened to that really branched out from the usual stuff a semi-antisocial freshman in high school would listen to. My friend recommended it to me, and I loved Streetlight ever since. I didn't get super deep into ska, other than the big names, but it showed me a world of music that I never knew existed. From there, I've expanded much further, but this album will always be one of my favorites. I honestly think it's so well done and fairly innovative. Their live shows are incredible. I think they deserve more recognition on this board, and should not just be labeled as the usual ska that is immediately written off.
dont know why i hardly ever see bones on here AOTY in my opinion
There probably aren't enough middle-aged women here for this to be popular. I love it though, I think everything she'd done before was just building up to this.
Why the FUCK don't people like Panacea yet?
He has the instrumentals of your Uyama Hiroto and the lyricism of Madvillainy.
I honestly think he is the best thing to happen to hip-hop ever and nobody has ever recognized it,
It's GOAT power pop. Nothing can even compare.
This. For the love of god. This.
It's been my favorite record since high school and nothing has been able to replace it for me.
This, use to listen to Warcloud and The American Poets and The American Poets 2099 alot growing up
Some day, I'll meet someone who knows this album
I went to Hawaii once and listened to this album the whole time I was there.
I love this album, but it's not name your own price and my card doesnt work on bandcamp for some reason so I cant get it. Also hardly anyone ever talks about it
GOAT dance punk
>all these people ITT who don't know parenthetical girls
I'm never get to discuss this album with anyone because most people I know who are familiar with the band have only heard/prefer their newer, pop orientated albums, which kinda sucks. I'm not surprised that it isn't mentioned much given that the majority of the board is American and the album was UK/Japan only(?) but for what it is, it's a solid album.