Weekly 5x5 (yes I know its a lot of Bowie but the guy just died)
Damn thats a lot of Bowie, how you holding up man?
Meh alright, I still can't believe he's dead. He just seemed like some immovable object, like a mountain.
+1 Iggy (The Idiot is amazing), The Smiths, Morrissey & Pavement (Brighten The Corners is my favourite)
+Bowie, Sonic Youth
I definitely felt the same way about him, Hunky Dory is a great album and Blackstar is slowly becoming one of my favorites because of the layers of meaning that were essentially only realized after the unexpected. If I were to have a death like his, life would have been worth living.
+David Bowie, Sonic Youth, Kendrick Lamar
~ That specific Kendrick Lamar album is kinda weak, probably because i've been converted to the church of the meme album of 2015
Overall I enjoy your taste as well, get well soon
+Bowie, Current 93
Such textures, are you a gloomy guy?
Thoughts on Never Let Me Down?
It's a 4x4 sorry
sonic youth and david bowie are a very cool combo
nice smiths, I've recently been debating with myself if they're my favorite band of all time - I love literally every song by them but I'd feel lame naming them as my #1 & as a person morrissey is just so detestable
then again most musicians are so moot point
i'd hang out with you
I need to get into Talk Talk, I've tried before but never had the brain power to do so
I've never seen anyone on /mu/ listen to Pylon before, so heyyyyyy ~ I love them
Hey right back at you Smiths guy
I actually just got into them, its been a long time of denying myself the pleasure of them. I must say they are changing my life slowly but surely.
+Viper, Wild Nothing, Cocteau Twins, Blur, Smashing Pumpkins, Depeche Mode
I feel you man :(
18 years old and started being confrontable with his taste
++++ speedin bullet
I'm partial to it, I like the cheesy 80s-ness of it. Bought the rare 1st edition CD with Too Dizzy on it. The videos he released with some of the songs are so good too. Don't think its his best, but its still good.
+Bowie, Hüsker Dü, Yo La Tengo
Btw, anyone heard this live album before? Shit is cash - documents the shift in his career from glam rock to blue-eyed funk and soul quite well.
I repeat here the question I made in the other 3x3 thread:
I remember in old 3x3 (or 5x5) threads a part from the +/- thing we used to give ratings like 3/6 or 5/2, someone remembers how they worked?
+ blackstar, sonic youth x2, this is a long drive
~ strangers to ourselves
+ pavement x2, daniel johnston
++++++ Wyrd tales, Baalstorm, the craft of primitive klezmer
best taste on /mu/ right now
+ Anco, talk talk x2
- Daft Punk
+++ hanging coffins
+ cop, foetus