ITT: GOD TIER ALBUMS
last one 404'd
continuing with a new one, but a great one
Bad choice to start it off. Should've started it with this
nvm, for a second there I forgot Tom Waits existed.
whatever number for y'all coward don't even smoke crack
blah blah edgy teenager blah blah that album sucks and is for faggots blah blah dad music blah blah metalhead faggot blah blah ITT: shit tier blah blah faglord music blah blah blah that album sucks blah blah
>think I covered most of it, your insults are predictable. Just post what ya love and shout out some mah niggas
would have been a worse choice retard. QOSTA aren't godteir and homme is a faggot
Inb4 some edgelord thinks he can post Virgin Killer and get away with it.
Only good thing so far other than the Kyuss stuff
This is for you. Bitch
Unknown Pleasures is awesome, but this has always been my fav of theirs.
I fucking love that album, as is the law, but fuck me if I can stand to listen to Time for more than 5 seconds. Dunno why but I fucking hate that track. The rest is the canines genitals of course.
get on my level newfags
>thinking people care about his opinion.
Post an album and shut the fuck up.
I've always wanted to find more Bill Whelan - he only composes a couple on here, but the time signature changes are incredible on this.
Plastic beach and non blues for red sun Kyuss suck
i'm gonna post it again
Was listening to it one day, this 9/10 qt struck up a conversation with me about Bloc Party like in an "oh I love this album too" way. kept talking endlessly after that.
We're getting married in April.
Slaughter & the Dogs are an English punk rock band that formed in the mid 1970s in Wythenshawe, Manchester, England. They were one of the first UK punk bands to sign with a major label, Decca Records.
"Cranked Up Really High" / "The Bitch" (Rabid Records, June 1977) – both sides appear as bonus tracks on the 2006 CD rerelease of Do It Dog Style
Like Clockwork is a good album, but it kind of has it's moments. This one's a good one too.
This guy gets it. I have Undertow on vinyl
Anti-Pasti are a British punk band, founded by vocalist Martin Roper and guitarist Dugi Bell in 1978, featuring Kev Nixon on drums and Will Hoon on bass guitar. Later they were joined by a second guitarist, Ollie Hoon. Their first album, The Last Call, spent seven weeks in the UK Albums Chart, peaking at No. 31
The original 7" version off the "Four Sore Points" EP from 1980
>changes the entire music scene
Whilst I appreciate your love for Mad Season, the Seattle scene was hardly a fad. Especially since bands like Pearl Jam still release albums, tour regularly and sell out every show.
For my god tier album, Miike Snow, choose you!
Where's the Jawbox? First no Shellac, now no Jawbox? What's next, no Fugazi?
I do enjoy this album, but Geogaddi is my fave BOC.
Good call, I'd like to add this as well. Even though its greatest hits, its a true must have album. Everyone needs to own this album.
I know EPs aren't albums, but fuck you.
The Subhumans are a punk band formed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1978
Lack of Black Flag is disturbing.
Nice choice. I want to get this on vinyl
God tier you say?
I saw Jack White at MSG last month, and Q-Tip came out and did Bat Black Licorice with him, which morphed into Excursions. That entire night was nuts. Even the opening band, Run the Jewels, brought out Zach De La Rocha for a song.
I'm an oldfag and never got into them until recently. Finally realize how fucking awesome they are/were. Why I never spread hate ITT, you never know what you may like one day. I just love music.
Selected Ambient Works and also every other Aphex Twin album . There are only a few other artists who have touched me like this man does.
Campfire is a summer album, fo sho. Baking hot day lying in a meadow with sherbet head playing.
But I get what you mean, it is nice that they never suffered from second album syndrome, and every album they do is different yet distinctly sounds like them.
The only good album was the Nervous Breakdown 7''
No Fugazi? Fucking Dammit
Drukqs was a masterpiece. I met the woman who mastered Syro, she said he is the most down to earth bloke ever. Used to spend loads of time at the Exchange getting stoned back in the day apparently
Okay touche. That album is incredible. I like Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness more. What about this
Exactly. People seem to think maths is music is something huge. And people think they're deep. They're not deep, they just sing a logical rendition of their view of the world. Just like a lot of other artists
I'll admit I've never listened to Jane's Addiction.
And Mellon Collie is a gargantuan album indeed.
This album is amazing.
After Johnny left, and then Matt, the band is a shadow of what they were, but the first two albums are truly fantastic. Nathan Willet's voice is mesmerizing.
I know there is rarely anyone here who is into psytrance but this is one of the best
Siamese Dream is still way better i guess
I recommend some Janes Addiction in your life if you like the pumpkins and anything alike. Its not anywhere near pumpkins genre but it captures the whole vibe and time in the same way. Dark, grungy, and really euphoric.
Cape Town represent.
I saw In Flames open up for Earth Crisis in Salt Lake City like 10 years ago. The In Flames metal crowd did not fit in with the straight edge crowd there for Earth Crisis. I kind of felt bad for them, people were fucking them up. But, the entire place was basically a riot, I just saw some long hairs really get it.
>inb4 blah blah blah
>What U2 used to be and what they are now are completely 2 different things. This album is God tier, a lot of it is due to Brian Eno
No. It's fine. It's just music. Feel free to enjoy whatever part of it you enjoy. That's what makes music so great. Fuck people who feel that the music they listen to defines who they are.