Is this the most spork-core indie pop album ever? it's so fucking campy and shit it's like I'm listening to Queen with all the emoticon and charm taken away
>with all the emoticon and charm taken away
Queen have never made anything as interesting or engaging as Blueberry Boat. Sparks are basically Queen 2.0 anyways. So sorry, I don't see any charm in Queen's music. Unless that charm is boring dad rock combined with some pseudo-operatic nonsense
>So sorry, I don't see any charm in Queen's music. Unless that charm is boring dad rock combined with some pseudo-operatic nonsense
fiery furnaces are nothing but stupid vaudeville operatic nonsense
replace boring dadrock with boring pitchfork-core
>What Queen albums should I start with btw, grand master patrician music wiz???
stop trying so hard to be passive
also did you seriously just namedrop sparks before im not sure what your point was with that was it to say that they are the superior queen you do realise that they are just queen without any of the interesting parts you may as well be listening to chas and dave
you really think that fiery furnaces are anti-normie
no but i do think queen is for fucking normies tho
>Here's the thing about Freddie. The man had some serious pipes. He had a 4 octave range and he excelled in any octave. He wrote brilliant songs. And his stage presence was only matched by Adolf Hitler. Seriously, watch them play Radio Gaga at Live Aid and then watch a video of the Nuremburg rallies. We had better thank our lucky stars Freddie didn't go into politics or he would have taken over the world. But Queen as a whole had a brilliant dynamic. It wasn't just the Freddie Mercury backup band. They all made huge creative contributions to what made Queen what it is. Yes, Freddie wrore Somebody to Love, Killer Queen, and Bohemian Rhapsody, but Brian May wrote We Will Rock You, Save Me, and Fat Bottom Girls, John Deacon wrote I Want to Break Free, Another One Bites the Dust, and You're my Best Friend, and Roger Taylor wrote Radio Gaga and It's a Kind of Magic. Other bands like Nirvana for instance were not like that. Nirvana was basically just the Kurt Cobain backup band. Queen was this perfect storm of legendary talent, and Freddie was the face of it all, the delicious cherry on top of an already delicious sundae. He was the ambassador that allowed the amazing talent of combo that was Queen to be brought into our lives. He was the prism that focused the lazer beams from the brains of Roger, Brian, and John, and amplified them until they were powerful enough to blow our minds out through our ear holes. Yes, he was the most incredible front man who ever lived, hands down.
Honestly i don't care if you don't like FF
This album was popular for a few days in the early 2000s and I don't why you're doing all of this. Talking about music you don't like is a waste of time imo.
Neither vocalists are as over-the-top as Freddie so I don't know where you're seeing opera. And whatever if it's vaudeville (assuming you know what that word means, which you don't) I'd rather have vaudeville(especially vaudeville that has good songwriting while still being creative and multipartite) than listen to Queen, whose mild achievements are rendered moot by superior yet similar sounding bands like Sparks and Roxy Music
Anyways, we can keep going like this but we're never going to agree so I'm going to stop posting. If troll then 6/10