ITT: Albums that will be seen as classics in the future
One day this will be appreciated for the masterpiece it is...
built upon A$AP Rocky's LiveLove in terms of cloud rap and popularised the vaporwave aesthetic in hip-hop, definitely future classic
I think it could be seen that way
Whether you like them or not, when people look back at this era of music Arcade Fire are going to be one of the standout artists for sure
Human Sadness will be known as a great song
I can see it being an underground classic in a few years
I could definitely see that
No way, you'd be better off sayinh Reflektor
Oh absolutely, the fact that shit like Grimes gets all /mu/'s attention unanimously but Arcade Fire are considered generic and uninteresting depresses me
I'd love if it was cause the emo-revival is really rock's last chance
picrelated is a definite
you people are the modern equivalent of 80's glam rock fans
what will be regarded as a classic then?
also I noticed you didn't include The Suburbs in your list, implying something there?..
It deserves to be anyway
Not like god-tier classic but at least as one of the best records of the year it was released
popularity, quality and being in the spirit of the age they were released
most of the albums posted itt are niche and nobody cares about them
suburbs like the guy said is important because arcade fire is important, sunbather marked discussion (even if it wasn't that good) and joanna newsom is important as well
picrelated is obvious considering the circumstances
I could see these be as well
>>62060969 (that I can say with 100% confidence)
I'm not sure about ...Like Clockwork, since I feel that it's a very uniquely sounding album. Yesterday there was a thread with anon wanting something similar, and noone could really recommend anything. Of course, it doesn't mean that there isn't any records like it, but it's certainly the only one that's at least something semi-popular.
>era vulgaris and other qotsa albums
Much heavier and lacks in mixing department, compared to Clockwork
>the black keys latest albums
The closest probably, but even then, until you cherrypick OKC, HTTT and Amnesiac you won't get close.
>inb4 nobody posting the obvious picrelated
Should I go see Iggy with Josh & co? I'm not a huge Iggy Pop fan, but I appreciate what I've heard (Passenger, Lust for life, raw power, search & destroy etc). I love everything Josh has been involved with though and I dig the first 2 tracks released from the new album.
Seriously underrated album. It's so incredibly out there, but in a really fun way. I always say that almost every album has that one song you always used to skip but turns out to be the best song. Era Vulgaris is like a whole album full of those songs.
I actually agree. It really marked the era in which it was released and is pretty much the definition of the sound of most Nu Metal. I'm not saying I think it's good, but yeah, I see it as a classic.
I'm not even memeing. It pretty much sums up the American sociopolitical climate from the early to mid 2000's.
Or maybe that'll just date it faster. How the hell should I know.
While I'm a big QOTSA fan and I agree with people when they say LC is one of their best albums, if there's one record of theirs that'll eventually be seen as a classic, that's Songs for the Deaf.
This is the only even marginally serious answer. I realize whoever posted the QOTSA and Arcade Fire is trolling, retarded, a child, or some admixture of all three, but still.
The remaining suggestions are fucking dreck. Please post pictures of yourselves so I can see what a tasteless fucking piece of human garbage looks like. I don't think I've ever actually met one before, at least not since college anyway. I always wondered what kind of useless, subhuman filth bought Radiohead and Green Day records.
just because an album is good doesn't mean it will be seen as a classic in the future, anons.
they kinda already are
nah it surely will be. i remember seeing some time ago some video where cops where taking an (allegedly) innocent black kid during one of those blacklivesmatter marches and a lot of people surrounded the vehicle singing the hook to 'Alright' until they released the kid (that's how I remember it going, at least). This album got a lot of attention and people associated it with a kind of culturally-important movement, so obviously it will be remembered.
it got forgotten pretty quickly so no