lets do this, negativity not allowed
>negativity not allowed
fuck you i don't follow no rules nigga
who the fuck you think you tryna be imposing some rules on me nigga you tryna enslave my ass again nigga i will run my whip over your jaw till you ain't screamin no mo
umm, if you listen to it enough times, it kinda gets bearable?
not posting Pink Moon this time
Where do I start? They're tight as fuck, every single song is memorable, from the first second it starts, to the end of Gouge Away it's a whole ride, I love it a lot.
I wish this album never ended, it's just so atmospheric in parts and elaborate in others, unpredictable yet consistent.
I don't know any of these albums ITT lol
>negativity not allowed
It was the album of my childhood.
the cover art is as sick as the music (which is pretty sick)
Eno is a god amongst men so of course he'd make something like this
Jeff's vocals really grew a lot on me. I thought it was mediocre at first, then a few months later having never thought of it again I just suddenly had a strong inclination to listen to it. Since then, it's become an album I enjoy a lot on certain times.
Got me through some hard times. It was the only thing I could listen and relate to for a while.
I'll be around for an hour or so. You could, but I generally only butt in when people want to talk about things that I like or I have something new to report. People are pretty tired of the things I really enjoy and have already posted 20 million times about, I think.
There's such an intense emotional energy here... it really feels like Jeff is losing himself in it. You get the sense that this album completely consumed him 24/7 while he worked on it.
Has anyone else listened to mine?
There's such variety to this one! You can tell both Dre and Big Boi felt totally free to do whatever they wanted, and the result was a ton of great hits and hidden treasures. I love "The Rooster".
Listening to this album is like going on a magical ride, it never stops
I like the use of electronics and Chester's voice, I also like watching RuneScape music videos.
First album I owned, memories, bruh. It's not my style now, but I can see how someone could like it, it's catchy, mostly danceable, easy to sing/rap along with. Too overproduced/"edgy" for my taste though, but be assured I bumped that shit daily.
What I'm listening to right now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRQdtJ2z_gs , first time, 5 tracks in. Pic related
ahead of its time in a way, well produced
very well sequenced, iconic
best outkast easy
great guitar work, very ahead of its time
Comfy as fuck
The first album that actually got me into electronic music
This album has made me cry many times.
It's hard to comment on this only positively because it's his most overrated album but I really like Nobody's Here, even with the average lyrics
In The End is still a great jam
Great lyrics. It's not a 10/10 ir anything, btut the lyrics are good enough to channel the feels. To be honest though, beyond Oh Comely, most of it doesn't stay with me so much.
Because Quorthon's lyricism, music, and general atmosphere channelled the tradgedy of the death of Norse paganism better than anybody else really has. This is coming from a non-religious Australian by the way.
Helped me through a rather bad funk in my life and gave me a little hope
Flocka's just a generally fun rapper, a lot of his songs have some good beats to them, too.
Great album to listen to when I'm feeling depressed. I love embracing my depression with music.
Fiona coerces a horde of colored-spirits from within her broken heart to produce a spacious and all too relatable album that's as precious as it is technical and talented.
I Hate It Too is probably one of my favorite songs ever.
Literally only gets shit on because of teenagers.
I fell asleep a few hours ago with the lyrics to the chorus of This Monkey's Gone To Heaven stuck in my head.
I remember a really cute white girl singing Roses in the hallway when I was in high-school.
I'm a NEET and Beat Happening is excellent NEET music.
The Moon is the source of many, many fond memories for me.
I watched Mumblecore and Tao Lin and his hipster gf wife were in the backseat of a car and someone played Waka Flocka. Tao Lin said that the music makes him feel like he's in hell and I identified deeply with that.
Aside from the massive historical value this album has, the fact that Brian composed this out of hundreds of stems is astonishing. Not only that but it features an amazing set of complex Baroque pop songs.
Listening to this is to partake in a small adventure. This takes you places you haven't been before. The lyrics are interesting, the instrumentation is inspiring and it is wholeheartedly an emotionally album