Hi /mu/ this is my first time posting here. I always find fascinating how musicians look at each other on stage. This is Rick Right looking at Gilmour as he starts his solo in Wot's... Uh The Deal. Do you have any pictures like this ?
i dont really care go listen to /mu/core and become a pitchfork drone
>Listening to Laughing stock over Spirit of eden.
This are to legendary musicians from my country Cerati (right) looking at Spinneta Left. The smile kind of looks the same.
yeah most of it is widely discussed on this board, and while not all of it is incredible, most are solid and accessible with the exception of Trout Mask Replica
most of it is here between classics, pitchfork core, and /mu/core: https://mega.nz/#F!3NFxDZqS!pEN-WNljOtI3NT_GSfRqXg!bElnERRC
Ive been listening to almost nothing but Pink Floyd for the past 10 years. I cant move on, is to perfect for me. What should i listen to move on.
I should start a new thread asking for advice probably.
they are pretty much the same thing with more radiohead and overrated 70s albums from Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd
I mean /mu/core definitely has some undeserving stuff like MBDTF and Exmilitary, but stuff like LYSF, ITCOTCK, and Kid A appears on both
yeah I think Trout Mask Replica is the best out of there, I meant for it to say accessible except TMR but it seems like I said it was bad sorry
Listen to all those albums sans Kanye and Death Grips and rateyourmusic's top charts as well, best way to get really into music even though it shouldn't make up the majority of your taste after too long
Try more experimental prog bands.
King Crimson, Yes, CAN, Genesis, Soft Machine.
Pretty good starting places.
>they are pretty much the same thing with more radiohead and overrated 70s albums from Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd
True, it's easy to learn to phase that stuff out though.
To be honest I was the same when I found RYM, thought Pink floyd was the shit and then I listened to other bands in the genre and the time. I still like them don't get me wrong but not like I used to.