>music is only good if it's simple
>I double quote
>music is only good if you can groove to it
>Name an album you enjoyed on your first listen that you still enjoyed 6 months later.
>Name an album you enjoyed on your first listen that you still enjoyed 6 months later. All my favorite albums I hated on the first few listens.
many ahab albums
many boris albums
some ocrilim albums
nigga one of the first doom metal songs I listened was a sunn o))), i liked the song the first time I listened to it song and still like this song 7+ years later
and when I listened to the song I knew almost nothing about metal
Became my all time favorite album the first time I heard it, years later I still haven't heard something I love as much.
Depends on taste. Some want an easy listen, and some want to be challenged.
What's bad is when art or music is needlessly obtuse.
>I haven't bought a new album in longer than that, probably
>I probably don't even own more than 30 albums
I do enjoy taking lots of time to let imagery for a song coalesce in my head, but I know I'm missing out on a lot. I never even considered that somebody could like something less after six months of letting it stew. No disrespect it's honestly eye-opening
pic related, also my favorite album
in principal you're right though. i've found that with a lot of music. i like records having enough depth to slowly grow on me.
>No matter what you were listening to in your adolescence, its bad.
>You havent listen to anything new nowadays.
>Us having similar tastes is an impossibility
No, U are the worst tipe of idiot.
For music I really like, I sometimes get way-beyond-my-reach ideas of ways to turn them into music videos, animations etc. I get paranoid sometimes about "losing" that inspiration, so I try to come back to them a lot, to try to "keep them in me" (even though "losing them" has never actually happened). This has probably kept me from exploring new things I would like, even stuff that could give me more inspiration.
It is a sensation most ambivalent, my good fellow