swap kid a with velvet underground and nico and you're perfect
settle your puberty then make an opinion
MPP is the last album to meet the original /mu/ criteria for becoming /mu/core.
Didn't you know, anon? "Le ebin patrish rool fiev" states that disagreement isn't allowed and that nu/mu/core isn't what based on /mu/ likes to collectively listen to. Also, rool wun states that everybody must listen to them.
Aren't you excited to hear what your new 9gag overlords have dictated you will listen to?
/mu/core suggestions arent necessarily an indicator of taste
Jist what gets posted the mpst/is the most widely loved. In that context laughing stock probably doesnt need to be listed
1. Don't call things boring
2. Don't call things pretentious
3. Contrarianism is no longer looked down on
4. The albums on >>62048998 and >>62050011 are essential
5. Don't complain that it isn't /mu/ core. It is now.
listened to parts of it a year ago, didn't really like it too much
Whoosp, did listen to kid a
first time listening to most of the radiohead stuff there today actually
idk I just like a lot of edgy stuff and oneohtrix/tim hecker
fuck yes. This is as traditional as /mu/ core fucking gets. Not even kidding. Dead on, mate
Rules are only as good as their enforcement. How do you plan on bullying /mu/ into compliance without making them rebel or leave?
Now that's how you do a /mu/core chart - overload the newfags with patrician music from all sorts of genres, not give them a 5x5 that someone who doesn't know the meaning of the word eclectic means made.
wtf is the second album in the second-to-last row?
Pull death grips, radiohead and kanye. Not due to my personal opinion about their music, but because they're probably the 3 most divisive artists discussed on /mu/. I think that disqualifies them. TVU&N should probably be there somewhere, and I guess something by bork.
By that standard taylor swift or lavren or some kpop princess would be as appropriate for a /mu/core chart. /mu/ obviously will never come to a consensus about what constitutes quality in music, but calling albums that draw (at least) as much hate as praise /mu/core misrepresents what little consensus does exist on the board.
nobody here talks about Chvrches' music or any specific release from a Kpop artist enough for them to be on the chart.
again, the chart isn't about what is unanimously considered to be good, it's about specific releases that get the most discussion
well then just use this one next time you need to post it, would be better for this board as a whole if we don't let people make their own charts just to viral less popular albums