Just essentially bland music that still retains somewhat of a charm despite it washing over you with nothing much gained. Deviations from 4/4 and pop music formats are not welcome.
Help me finish this list.
>The Queen Is Dead
Nah, that's a pretty catchy album.
>The Colour and Shape
Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, One By One, In Your Honor and Wasting Light are far more boring.
Never heard of that album.
Guys keep in mind that the album should have some sort of charm in addition to being boring.
Which is why I'm unsure about Stone Roses and RHCP and also why Mumford and Sons is not a candidate.
This, The Colour and Shape has some catchy singles. In Your Honor is incredibly boring, it's excruciatingly long and features some of the blandest songs of the Foo Fighters' entire career.
It is man's imperative to try to do better.
not a fan of the stone roses but its seen as an all time classic in some circles and BTW has a shit ton of charm all those johnny froosh touches like the motown inspired backing vocals and stuff there's reasons its by far their best release
Does in your honour have any charm to it though?
It has THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST of You. Does that count as charm?
Interesting melodies, some catchy songs (Holy Fucking Shit: 40,000, Bloodhail, Deep, Deep), not "traditional" quality so you're somewhat forced to listen closely, songs are in a great selection as to not cause boredom and it has a 10/10 closer.
Three to go guys, are you bored yet?
Have a replacement?
Yes, I love that album.
its just bland IMO, which in turn makes it boring. Its not like watching paint dry is boring.
Also SAW is legitamely good unlike RDJ
We did good work today, /mu/.
>tfw you see your favourite album there
Good point, I have no idea
My list is way better than your bitch ass list OP.
Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
>Born to Die is more boring than Ultraviolence.
>But Ultraviolence is slightly better and they're both rather boring.
>Things Fall Apart
this is just b8 at this point
It may be boring, but Ultraviolence is the worse of the two, no contest.
At least Born to Die tries to hide the fact that it's shallow and boring. Ultraviolence is offensively blah.
How could you guys forget U2?