Albums you can listen to the whole way through without skipping a song.
Queens of the Stone Age - "Songs for the Deaf"
The Offspring - "Smash"
Soulfly - "Back to the Primitive"
Avoid the classics... we get it, the Beatles, Stones, and Zeppelin made a bunch of good music. Well, I've got the day off of work a lot of Fallout 4 to play and I don't want to listen to fucking Abbey Road. Spotify is God... tell me, who shall my Spotify shine it's effervescent light upon this afternoon?
Gee, thanks, kid. I'm looking for a direction for today's experience and I'm asking the 4chans what's worth listening to. I don't have a lot of time so I want to sink it into something worth listening.
How can you listen to an album that's just the same song over and over?
Honestly OP if you're a normal human being without some sort of ADD, you should be able to listen to any decent album all the way through.
More background... I work a lot. A-fucking-lot. And Christmas time to me means 7 day work weeks and 14 hour days.
I finally have some time off of work... I'm 30. I don't have the time of day to listen to every album all the way through. I have one day off and I want to hear something GOOD.
I'm supposed to thank someone who gave me a rec. Good lord, how many fucking rules does 4chan's /m/ have?
THANK YOU. Recommendations like a good neighbor. Anon, points to you. Have a great day.
No shit. Any album that's good is worth listening to. Thank you for your flash of brilliance Mr. Einstein. If I have time to not work and listen to EVERY ALBUM ON SPOTIFY IN ITS ENTIRETY... I wouldn't. Because there is a lot of shit music out there. I'm relying on a trusted friend, Anon, to shed some light on music worth hearing.
post, talk shit, get hit, etc.
I think that mine will trigger at least one person.
also currently listening to lovebeat and then imaginations
MOAR SUGGESTIONS. Stellar. Tons of kudos to you, Anon.
I'm adding these to my spotify. Pretty sure I've got enough music to get me through the day but I've still got half a bong to go before I hit the Commonwealth.
Keep it goin'!
>No shit. Any album that's good is worth listening to
>EVERY ALBUM ON SPOTIFY IN ITS ENTIRETY
>Albums from Beginning to End
>Albums you can listen to the whole way through without skipping a song
If you're just looking for good music check the Sticky.
I don't even know what bait threads are. Have fun sucking the fun out of things.
TO EVERYONE WHO GAVE ME A RECOMMENDATION- Thanks, er'rybody! I appreciate it. 4chan has the same ratio of solid-Anons / worms, so it's good to see some things will never change. Keep working to make 4chan great!
Also Voices From The Lake s/t.
Obviously many more, but these two are my darlings right today.
Sup friendo, it's cool that you're here and all, but never make a thread again until you've lurked long enough to get this website.
If you don't think you get it, you haven't lurked long enough.
Used to be my favorite album. I still love every song though. Let me know what you think if you have not already heard this album before. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeumL5HTFDk
Listen to the first two Pixies albums for sure, and if insane sax-punk is your thing, Y by The Pop Group and The Modern Dance by Pere Ubu are both great. If you haven't heard it yet and are open to stupid weird metal, Mr Bungle's self-titled is really good. If you want something a little less spork, their album California is just as amazing.
But if you're only going to pick one to listen to, PLEASE for the love of god listen to Rain Dogs by Tom Waits. It's a classic. If you've heard it or don't want to listen to a semi-mu-core album, his later work in Bone Machine, Mule Variations, and Real Gone is also unbelievable.
I've lurked long enough, on and off enough, to not care about the rules and politics of 4chan. I post about every 6 months with a random question or an effort to gather some resources. That's why I appreciate the help so much.
Again, posters who are still dropping in with some good music - thank you. I'm keeping an eye on this thread and updating a list.
Pixies, Mr. Bungle, and Tom Waits are all outstanding but I've listened to their libraries. Anyone else paying attention who hasn't - do so!
I'll look into the 'semi-/mu/-core' stuff because I've never heard any of them. Thanks!
Valid... if the intent of the album is to be listened to in one setting. I think a lot of current artists, who make good music, recognize that the audience doesn't have the attention span or the free time to enjoy music (and nothing else) like they used to... this leads to 3 part songs and albums that can be consumed in parts.
My intent for the thread was to find some releases that are:
1) Meant to be listened to, from beginning to end, in one setting OR
2) Not intended like #1, but stands up to extended listening.
Hmm, Anon got me thinking. Good shit, mang. Good shit.