Why did /mu/ tell me this was good? It's literally just dad noise
Went to exhibit at Cal State Long Beach where they had a quadraphonic stereo set up so you could sit in the middle and hear it how Lou would've when playing it.
This is stupid revisionism I swear, you're all 17 year olds who think you know everything because someone else told you it was a "fact".
Merzbow decided to become a noise musician after going to a keiji haino concert in 1973, which was what, three years before MMM?
I don't see how anyone who's listened to La Monte Young, Pauline Oliveros, AMM or even John Lennon's guitar work on the Yoko Ono albums could be fooled into thinking this album was at all innovative or influential
Which wouldn't even bother me if it was good but it's fucking awful
That's not even remotely true. Citizen Kane was quickly forgotten in the United States after its release; it was first appreciated as one of the greatest films of all time by French critics in the following decade. Sight and Sound, a British publication which I'll assume you're not familiar with because you're cinematically illiterate, is probably the publication which has contributed most to the film's modern critical stature through its famous poll of the Greatest Film of All Time -- a poll which Citizen Kane consistently tops.
In your next post I'd really appreciate it if you would admit that you don't really know anything about film or Citizen Kane's international reception, and that your post was a lie. I'd also appreciate it if you would personally apologize to me for making such a stupid and ignorant comment, and finally I'd appreciate it if you would in the future close your mouth when you don't know what you're talking about.
Everyone who is genuinely obsessed with movies know that it's a tired shit medium ruled by people obsessed with commercial viability and is even more aware than video game lovers of that fact
People who spout off Bergman and Tarkovsky are just poseurs
Lrn to silent film
Well unfortunately influential =/= good
I think the only reason it had such an impact is because of his high profile name and it's release on a major label. The music itself is almost completely irrelevant