We need to update it. This is my proposition.
> Implying TMR, Sunbather, The Money Store, Remain In Light, Bleach, SFTB, and Burial get spammed here more than Merriweather Post Pavilion and Loveless.
people stopped talking about SUN BAT HER in like 2014. Also Bleach is a meme and MPP should be there because almost everyone on this board that isn't brand new has listened to at least some of it
replace Untrue (rarely talked about) with Loveless
replace Bleach (meme) with MBDTF
replace Low (only recently became popular because of Blackstar hype) with MPP
see? it just becomes the same as before. there's no need for a new /mu/core chart
I feel stupid, it took my third post to notice that My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was removed. That also absolutely needs to be on there.
>having Bleach over In Utero
Stop with this /neo/-mu shit memes and obey to the only real chart. Thanks.
/mu/core should be the top 10 best albums of all time as voted by /mu/
This was the last time that was done, let's just use the 10 from this
So far this thread had produced this
we need to do this again if death grips is in the top 3 albums of all time
>The Money Store
We need to stop usage of the word "/mu/core". By calling music as big, innovative, and influential as Neutral Milk Hotel, Animal Collective, Radiohead, and countless others "/mu/core" we are implying that this music is defined by the fact that it is frequently discussed on /mu/, the music board on the esoteric otaku website 4chan. That is how the English language works. In reality, the opposite is true. /mu/ is defined by the presence of these artists being discussed. In a way, you can say /mu/ is a Neutral Milk Hotel-core board.
>of course, there are artists who are only popular on /mu/ and not outside of /mu/, mainly because of viral marketing, such as Have A Nice Life, Giles Cory, The World Is a Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, Crywank, Dads, Jordaan Mason & The Horse Museam, and plenty of others, but that's for a different discussion
To expand on this idea further, let's apply this logic to real life scenarios. If my friend, let's say his name is Jacob, likes a band, let's say Radiohead, I say "My friend Jacob really likes Radiohead". I don't say "Radiohead are a total Jacob band". If anything, I say the opposite, by saying "Jacob is a total Radiohead guy". Because, you see, Radiohead are much larger than Jacob. The same should apply to /mu/ as it does to Jacob. It's foolish and possibly autistic to think bands /mu/ likes are "/mu/core" when /mu/ is a music board on an esoteric otaku website with traffic of about 1000 original users daily (the board, not the site. If you think there are 25 million "/mu/tants" you're delusional). What's ironic, is that /mu/ often accuses Reddit, /v/ and /a/ of autism. Nobody on Reddit calls Queen "Reddit-core", nobody on /v/ calls Deus Ex and Morrowind "/v/ideo games", and nobody on /a/ calls Evangelion or K-ON "/a/nime". This behavior is exclusive to /mu/.
To put it simply, if you use the word "/mu/core", you either don't know the basics of the English language or how it works, are delusional, or have autism.
just a quite note for all of you who may have gotten this confused
itaots is still the #1 /mu/core album and always will be so you can't really change that