ITT: Albums that will be considered classics in a couple decades or so
I can't really see any of these as being "classics", not that they're bad albums or anything but the classic status is kind of defunct in the 21st century and any albums that did apply to usually had a large enough audience and critics to vouch for that title.
We all hate it, but let's be honest. This generations classics actually had to have sales.
Like it or not, this'll go down as a classic
thats what I thought for about a year. Then it clicked. So much more than that. This puts all of the 80s revivalists of the time (2009-2012) to shame. One of the most perfect albums I have heard. The song writing outshines the nostalgic production.
I wasn't even trolling. The death grips are just fucking terrible. It's in to like them right now here, but in even 5 years people won't remember them beyond "drug fueled hobo makes noises"
Yup. It's also the best produced album of all time.
It already is in some people's eyes. One of the albums that is for sure going to live on in the future.
JD was great, but NotM will become the staple of a new genre.
>inb4 someone posts that Bowie song where he
This album will be like Hospice is now in about three years. And I actually liked it a decent amount. If you think this album will have much lasting power, you spend too much time on /mu/.
P4k's opinion means nothing, but even if you are using that it means nothing considering they gave it the third best album of the 2000's.