...and I'm not proud of it...
it's probably great too, i should listen to it soon
You should at least give DSotM a go, and Piper at the Gates of Dawn, you might love them
If you like hip-hop, yes. If not, give MBDTF a go
you have stuff to loom forward to then. see above for pink floyd, and Radiohead are certinally worth exploring
the shitty thing with Kanye is that to get a feel of him you have to listen to various albums, because he shifts. Just listen to singles and check out an album one is from that you enjoy?
just recently finally listened to The Milk Eyed Mender by Joanna Newsom and it was well worth it
i have been oversaturated with 60s-70s classic rock and have not listened to a single album in full from the genre except DSoTM while drunk, a Rush album, and a random prog-rock band i forget the name of that someone sent me once
i have no intention to listen to any more
i have no intenti
Not making this up. Never really got the chance. Is this a good depression album cuz I am quite depressed.
i mean it helps your depression i guess while your listening to it
makes you appreciate your qt3.14 gf if you have one
isn't inaccessible at all
make images in your head as you listen to it to follow along to the lyrics, makes it more fun
First one feels a little different, they weren't working together as closely on it, but it's still a very good album. Christmas Fucking Miracle is still probably my favorite RTJ song. Maybe second only to Early.
Half of my library are albums I haven't listened to. That is like 200.
Half chart essentials and half self-picked.
I couldn't recognise a single song as a Beatles song if I heard one. I haven't ever heard anything by them on my own, or even knowingly. The same applies for the Rolling Stones, except Satisfaction, I know that one song.
I'm not kidding. and I closely follow over 2000 artists, thinking again maybe that's why I don't bother with them
I have heard no full albums by any of the following: Radiohead, Aphex Twin, Kanye, Bob Dylan, Weezer, Burial, Arcade Fire, Daft Punk, Portishead, Slint, Nirvana, Have a Nice Life, Brand New, The Jesus Lizard, Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie, Devo, Michael Jackson, Tupac, Biggie, Dr. Dre, Flying Lotus, Black Sabbath, Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Iron Maiden
i'm tired of listing now. i've heard a sparse smattering of songs from these, but nothing that makes me interested in hearing more. Tell me where i'm missing out
Radiohead, Aphex Twin, Burial, (early) Daft Punk, Slint, Have A Nice Life, Biggie, FlyLo, first 5 or 6 Sabbath albums are all excellent, (early) *(metallica, megadeth, slayer (last one is good too), Iron Maiden)
Listen to more Radiohead, Dylan, Arcade Fire, Slint, Have a Nice Life, Brand New and Devo
Can't really tell you where you're missing out or how, but a smaller list of artists is less of a chore to listen to.
David Bowie has a couple of really good ones if you like good pop.
Biggie's Ready to Die is a real classic.
Black Sabbath's Paranoid and Master of Reality are both really great if you like heavy, dark, riffy jam music.
Metallica, Slayer both have some good albums. AJFA, MoP are my favorites by Metallica. Reign in Blood and South of Heaven are good by Slayer.
That's all I can give some input on. If you were to listen to three albums from any of these I would personally recommend:
>Low - Bowie
>Ready to Die - Biggie
>Paranoid - Sabbath
One of their best
Not one of his best
I've had this downloaded for a long time too.
Was going to post this. I'm usually turned off by indie folk, so I haven't bothered yet.
It's actually great.
It's alright I guess.
>Any Leonard Cohen
only album I've heard of theirs is Abbey Road, to be honest
love the design of the cover, not very into noise though
i wasn't a fan of it at first, but it's gotten better over time
as for me, i can't be arsed to listen to any of John Frusciante's works. any of you know a good place to start with him?
I've listened to a lot of Kraftwerk stuff but not this
Is it bad that I haven't heard most of the artists in the thread?
Nah dude it's pretty much the other way 'round.
The moment you start caring about /mu/'s opinion on your personal taste then yeah, you should be concerned.
But give ITCOKC a listen, it's a hell of a good album (yes, I'm aware of the hypocrisy I've just written)
I haven't listened to any of these
Haven't listened to these too