Name a single album/piece from 2000-2015 that will stand the test of time. You simply can't.
Yeezus, LP3 and Megalithic Symphony
Get fucked, inbred hillbilly
Ok, you old coot, what music from the decade will last?
>cLOUDDEAD - cLOUDDEAD
Out of everything posted so far this one might have some weight to it, if we're talking about an album that was unique and heavily influential, yet also remained underground and respected throughout the years.
>You're an idiot.
definitely not the case, even if i'm right or wrong about that album. tell me why you disagree that 808s was an interesting concept that pushed some boundaries and consider that we're talking about an album by a mainstream artist that got heavy mainstream support. i doubt you will.
Almost all of the albums posted in this thread sound too similar to artists of the past to stand the test of time. Even if they're good, you can clearly trace their roots and influences from other already mainstream acts.
this is objectively the best album of the 21st century and you're all too pleb or contrarian to realize it
If we're gonna take off our internet goggles for a sec.
Pet Sounds is the only album in popular music that really is going to stand the test of time.
It's not as good as Mozart though, yeah.
Harrison Birtwistle's Earth Dances maybe.
Steve Lehman's album Mise en Abime is another candidate.
I'm pretty sure I'm at least 5 years older than you, kid.
Jazz is like half popular half art.
It's notated too.
the first two are good but idk about standing the test of time, maybe cLOUDEAD
Papyrus is great tho
Anyway, I'd have to say Kid A.
Like half the things you called bad choices are as representative of the 2000s as Pearl Jam was to the 90s. People will talk about them for years, and some are already considered classics.
anything by Death Grips, even fucking Bowie (rest his dank ass soul) cited them as an influence in making Blackstar
what does this have to do about /mu/-core or me being mad lmao
that was the first reply i've given you and all i did was redirect you to /v/ and called you autistic
It's ok if you don't like /mu/core, but if you go around claiming literally everything that is recommended to you is insignificant and will never "stand the test of time" then you come off as someone who is definitely on the spectrum
The albums you pick are clearly indicative of your taste...
>where should we eat tonight?
>mcdonalds is terrible
>yeah I agree I hate mcdonalds
Then why would you suggest it?
that guy is right OP, you really are embarassing yourself now
>The albums you pick are clearly indicative of your taste...
>Then why would you suggest it?
Because OP asked
>Name a single album/piece from 2000-2015 that will stand the test of time
And I named several off the top of my head.
If your argument is just simply ad hominems, then you should probably go back to youtube comments.
Alright, show me some pieces of music that will stand the test of time and then explain in great detail, in your own words, what makes them so special and deserving of such esteem.
>It's notated too.
Barely though.Usually it's just played off lead sheets which usually only give the melodic theme and harmonic structure.
I mean, there's rock music that was scored first too like a lot of Frank Zappa's stuff but it'd be weird calling that art music.
Mozart's 41st: the fourth movement demonstrates a total mastery of sonata form in how Mozart not only is able to create all the immediately recognizable themes inherent to the form but also twist them together into a 5-part fugue at the end of the work. the other movements are as good as the rest of his late work which is to say perfected.
>only barely remembered by a few people, and only because their shit gets played at christmastime
Best kek I had all day, anon
The Beach Boys are one of the most well known bands of all time, but for two reasons 1). pre Today! they made soulless grandpa rock like Surfin Safari 2). they're named the beach boys
Pet Sounds is arguably the most critically acclaimed piece of popular music ever, has been inducted into the library of congress and is still one of the most musically impressive works of popular music.
>Pet Sounds is arguably the most critically acclaimed piece of popular music ever
no, that would be Sgt. Peppers
>has been inducted into the library of congress
so has Nirvana's Nevermind and Radiohead's OK Computer
>Mozart's 41st: the fourth movement demonstrates a total mastery of sonata form in how Mozart not only is able to create all the immediately recognizable themes inherent to the form but also twist them together into a 5-part fugue at the end of the work. the other movements are as good as the rest of his late work which is to say perfected.
sick essay, maybe you can finally graduate with this
>no, that would be Sgt. Peppers
You say that as if it's a fact. To my knowledge there hasn't been a reliable survey of all noteworthy popular music critics to see which album they think is the best.
But you're absolutely right those bands who have albums which share similar accolades that demonstrate Pet Sounds is a significant album are also generally considered significant.
He's right though, the only thing it pioneered was recording techniques like putting songs together rather than cliche fade outs. Its hardly a feat of transcendent composition. It was well put together and decently well written but it didn't change the way music was written, only how it was presented, and even then needed help from the Beatles...
Several publications have deemed it "the greatest album of all time", including NME, The Times, Mojo, and Uncut. In 2003, Rolling Stone ranked it second on its list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
Oh, and also albums like A Love Supreme are also popular music too. As far as serious music criticism goes, that's probably got more acclaim among academics than DSOTM and possibly Sgt. Pepper too.
It's hard to tell when you're talking about stuff this high up because there isn't any decent data on what the general consensus is.
but by all means, classic rock and other middle of the road genres are the definitive ones.
> LOL THE BEACH BOYS (again, top kek).
> look at me fellas im very cultured. no musiuc today is worthwhile lol!
these bait threads are so weak. i mean meme entry level classical, the contrarian beatles, calling others 'kid'?
youre not even trying. if you are please get cultured in either time periods before making claims like these.
excuse me, i'm chinese thus i lack facial hair so fuck you
Not him but I seriously doubt you listen to much classical. If you can't tell me the importance of Florent Schmitt you're not qualified to talk about the importance of certain music and certain musicians.
>HEY YOU DON'T KNOW AS MUCH CLASSICAL MUSIC AS ME
>posts a composer from the 20th century that is meme-avantgarde
Simply ebic m8. Why not post about Henry Partch yet you fucking child?
If sjws wins then kanye will be considered to be the most important artist of the 21st century, you can screencap this and hang on a wall so your grandkids will chuckle at their grandad's sick memes.
I listen to PLENTY of muh CULTURED music, like mozart and beethoven!!! (best music of time btw)
do you realize how fucking stupid you sound?
Caroline No is my second favourite on the album behind God Only Knows so may aswell go there.
The chord progression is pretty fantastic, listen to all the 7ths and 6ths he uses, the whole thing gets this jazzy but also bittersweet feel to it that supports the theme of reminiscing over lost love and youth. That and the weird non-diatonic chords which give the piece a pretty ambiguous tonal center mean that the emotional intent of the song is pretty ambiguous too and there isn't ever really any strong sense of resolution like there is in a song like God Only Knows which is written with similar harmonic devices but which allows for resolution in the chorus.
The melody is also gorgeous, loads of big interval jumps and the delivery is just magical. It's so longing and in the way that makes a lot of the Pet Sounds material outstanding, All the musical ideas feed into the lyrical ideas. Brian has this really dorky and adorable demeanor that makes the way he delivers such a sincere ballad really endearing. It's not as flash a song as GOK but if you can get into the sappy emotion of the song, it's incredibly affecting.
>It's much stupider to post on /mu/ without listen to Mozart and Beethoven and other pre-1950s music.
posts like these prove these threads are never to be taken seriously
some 15 year old listens to mozart and suddenly feels as if hes cultured enough to talk shit
stay on reddit, my friend