What genre do you have Death Grips tagged as in your library?
i have almost 1TB music and no meme grips
what does that make me?
is a good answer too!
Excuse me? I've been on /mu/ since its conception. I was here when ITAOTS first came onto the /mu/-core charts and I have sang in every "/mu/ sings" video. You, on the other hand probably came here because you saw some epic meme over on /r/music. I was here when /mu/ still showed up on google. So don't you fucking tell me I'm new okay? I made about 50% of all the charts you see on this board and the only reason I don't have a trip yet is because I'd be too famous. So in short,
1. Don't be judgemental about others' music tastes, as yours is probably shit too.
2. Try to discuss music in a civilized manner without being a prick to others.
3. Don't assume people are new.
4. Leave this board.
soooo ... stop attention seeking. we do not care about your degenerate habits. typical whiny left-wing shit.
this is 4chan. we are legion, and we don't ever fucking forget. got it bitch??????
Sitting still doing absolutely nothing constitutes next to no effort. What he done took effort no matter how little. The point I'm making is the it's pretty pathetic... and no, I don't particularly like Death Grips.
Posting on this board probably costs the same amount of effort. Is it equally pathetic?
Not even kidding, anything in my library that isn't jazz or under the horrible umbrellas of classical and world is just Alternative. I mean, it's only about half my library, I really don't need or want them separated by genre, I just want them separated from the rest.
Death Grips are too robust and boundry pushing to settle as a "genre". Death Grips are the greatest musical experience of our generation and I'm glad to call /mu/ my home with my fellow enlightened Death Grips fans.
Fuck I wish my pleb idiot friends had taste as great as us, r-right guys?
no fuck i remember something like this
i remember someone saying that each of their trilogy albums were influenced by a different genre a little more. exmil was influenced more by rock, the money store by traditional hip hop, and NLDW by electronic. no clue if this is true but i definitely see it.
>but anon I swear, this guy whose sole effort is moving the mouse around a little for a couple of minutes and typing a bit, he's a lot more pathetic than me who did the same thing and provoked as many laughs during the same period of time