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*snap* Yep, this one's going in my cringe compilation

He’s just a stupid guy who happens to make good music.
Is this really that hard to understand?
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>>80244710
>He’s critically acclaimed.
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>>80244726
>>80244689
You’re too inept to have a proper discussion.
Go back
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>>80244736
>proper discussion
>on Kanye's "music"
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>>80244682
this has been true since the beginning, LR and CD. The skits are cringe worthy, jesus walks, diamonds are forever, 'why the govt administered AIDS'-- its literally been rubbish the whole time.

dude is really an insane talent, with an incredible drive, but i'm not interested on his thoughts on anything other than himself
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>>80245073
LR skits gives me joy. I don’t know why.

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>music is an important part of my life
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>>80245122
>takes the entertainment industry seriously
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>I like music
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>>80244391
damn..
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>>80245168
>music = music industry
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>>80245168
I just mean that its a big part of my life
I invest a decent amount of time in it and its a source of happiness for me
I think that goes for most people on this board

The Beatles are considered the first greatest rock band. Then, who is the second greatest rock band?
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>>80244341
*blocks your path in your path*
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>>80244308
Based
As you were LG x
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I'm dissappoint /mu/
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>>80243824

The fact that so many books still name the Beatles as "the greatest or most significant or most influential" rock band ever only tells you how far rock music still is from becoming a serious art. Jazz critics have long recognized that the greatest jazz musicians of all times are Duke Ellington and John Coltrane, who were not the most famous or richest or best sellers of their times, let alone of all times. Classical critics rank the highly controversial Beethoven over classical musicians who were highly popular in courts around Europe. Rock critics are still blinded by commercial success. The Beatles sold more than anyone else (not true, by the way), therefore they must have been the greatest. Jazz critics grow up listening to a lot of jazz music of the past, classical critics grow up listening to a lot of classical music of the past. Rock critics are often totally ignorant of the rock music of the past, they barely know the best sellers. No wonder they will think that the Beatles did anything worthy of being saved.
In a sense, the Beatles are emblematic of the status of rock criticism as a whole: too much attention paid to commercial phenomena (be it grunge or U2) and too little to the merits of real musicians. If somebody composes the most divine music but no major label picks him up and sells him around the world, a lot of rock critics will ignore him. If a major label picks up a musician who is as stereotyped as can be but launches her or him worldwide, your average critic will waste rivers of ink on her or him. This is the sad status of rock criticism: rock critics are basically publicists working for major labels, distributors and record stores. They simply highlight what product the music business wants to make money from.

Hopefully, one not-too-distant day, there will be a clear demarcation between a great musician like Tim Buckley, who never sold much, and commercial products like the Beatles.
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>>80243824
*Blocks your discography*

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>Truly everything good in music should be able to be whistled ... Germans have never known how to sing and lug their pianos along with them everywhere.


>General Folder #1. Renaissance up to 20th century/modern classical. Also contains a folder of live recordings/recitals by some outstanding performers.
https://mega.co.nz/#F!mMYGhBgY!Ee_a6DJvLJRGej-9GBqi0A
>General Folder #3. Mostly 20th century/modern with other assorted bits and pieces
https://mega.co.nz/#F!Y8pXlJ7L!RzSeyGemu6QdvYzlfKs67w
>General Folder #4. Renaissance up to early/mid-20th century. Also contains a folder of Scarlatti sonate and another live recording/recital folder.
https://mega.co.nz/#F!kMpkFSzL!diCUavpSn9B-pr-MfKnKdA
>General Folder #5. Renaissance up to late 19th century
https://mega.co.nz/#F!ekBFiCLD!spgz8Ij5G0SRH2JjXpnjLg
>General Folder #6. Very eclectic mix
https://mega.co.nz/#F!O8pj1ZiL!mAfQOneAAMlDlrgkqvzfEg
>General Folder #7. Too lazy to write up a description for this, but it has a little of everything
https://mega.nz/#F!pWR0zABY!xCwF1rEfXiyEy5HuhTDP0Q

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>>80244421
see you in 5 days then i guess
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>>80244725
Not watching them back-to-back-to-back
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>>80237315
This is a pretty shitty question for a pretty shitty thread. Any type of music can get stuck in your head if you're exposed to it enough.
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>>80243615
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What do we think of Sibelius' En Saga?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxjKFr3w-MM

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>oh hi anon! wanna chill and listen to the cure later?
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>>80238424
I figured you would have done something by now that would prevent you from ever waking up
did you find something that gave your life meaning?
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>>80239276
this pasta fucking rules lmao
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>>80237775
the cure is fuckin gay but maybe i can split you open and jackhammer you later
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>>80244554
couldn't have said it better anon
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>>80244289
>above 16 is degenerate
If you think you can tell the difference between a 17 and 18 year old mentally or physically you are lying to yourself.

Did anyone else think this cover was flowing water?
Well it’s fucking not.
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>>80245017
Gee, I wonder why my fans don't "get" it. It must have nothing to do with whats going on on the cover of a Moon shaped pool, and how it might apply to my fanbase/customers now, does it?
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>>80245042
>The artwork for A Moon Shaped Pool was created by Yorke with longtime collaborator Stanley Donwood.[54] Donwood worked in a barn with speakers connected to the studio where the band recorded nearby, allowing their music to influence his art.[18] Wanting to move away from figurative art and create work that was more a product of chance, Donwood initially conceived a "painting Dalek" that would squirt paint at canvases, but this proved technically difficult; instead, he experimented with weather, leaving canvases outdoors to allow the elements to affect the paint. Donwood continued the weathering process in Oxfordshire during the band's winter break, with "completely different results", before photographing the works and editing them in Photoshop with Yorke.[55]
What the fuck kind of weather was this dude leaving his art in to make this happen
I don't see how rain and paint can make that
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>>80243932
You can sort of see it here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AhUwauOqiZM

Not idea what it represents, but I've heard others say it looks like the shape of antarctica or that the patterns look like the surface of the moon.
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>>80245060
are you implying your fanbase is stupid, or that you are?
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>>80245123
i think it's supposed to look like water, with the center void looking like the moon.

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>>80243832
The man has a gun
He knows how to use it
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>>80243832
carrying a gun
don’t you mess with me
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>>80243832
I’ll put a hole in your face
If you even breathe a word
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>>80244003
dirty animal

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Hi everyone, just a friendly reminder that Chvrches' new album, 'Love is Dead', is due out this Friday.
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>>80245068
Thanks God my depression would guide me to fucking suicide this tuesday

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Can someone explain the point of Jon Anderson to me? The rest of Yes were incredibly talented musicians, meanwhile all he did was write incoherent lyrics and sing them poorly.
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>>80244775
>A SEASONED WITCH COULD CALL YOU FROM THE DEPTHS OF YOUR DISGRACE
>AND REARRANGE YOUR LIVER TO THE SOLID MENTAL GRACE

Seriously... shit like that is why I'm embarrassed to show Yes to people unless I know they're prog fans
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>>80244775
IN THE CHAIR THAT REALLY FITS YOU
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>>80245065
Yeah well at the same time he wrote this:
>Close to the edge, down by the river
>Down at the end, round by the corner
>Seasons will pass you by
>Now that it's all over and done
>Called to the seed, right to the sun
>Now that you find, now that you're whole
>Seasons will pass you by
>I get up, I get down

My favorite part of any song ever. Honestly beautiful
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>>80245090
yeah true, good point
I just hate inconsistently cringey lyricists
ex: peter gabriel
I still love Yes and Genesis though
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>>80245090
It's still not that great. It certainly doesn't make up for "caesars palace morning glory yours is no disgrace".

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>that 30 year old boomer who listens to U2 and thinks The Edge is the best guitar player ever
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>>80243342
I don't like these NEETs either but this is just everywhere on 4chan. I'd call it normal.
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>>80243422
oh yeah, for sure, just pointing out the obvious!
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>>80243342
>no reason
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>>80243124
>thinks The Edge is the best guitar player ever
literally nobody thinks this
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>>80243124
>The Edge
>best guitar player ever
>people think this

Is this peak hiphop?
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>>80242955
aaaahahahhahahaha
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>>80241992
dont see why people like this album so much, his flow is very impressive, and he has good punchlines, but it's just so incoherent and misdirected; the tracks don't mean anything, they're just impressive. not shitting on anyone who likes it, i just dont get it myself
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>>80241992
It's a nice ass album, but definitely not peak

>>80244516
idk College Dropout came out only like a month before it
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>peak hip hop
you called?
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>>80244959
I think part of the reason of why this album is a classic is because it respects the art of freestyling and the traditional standards of what hiphop traditionally is graded upon while at the same time completely flipping that on its head

M E M O R I A L D A Y
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>>80245098
he dies tomorrow

rec good noise/power electronics/industrial netlabels ?

This is unironically a pretty damn good album. Cargo is able to boil down the basic lyrical narrative structure to its absolute (and I mean absolute) bare bones, only taking with him enough to convey the general idea and no extra fat. His beat selection on tracks like Love Hurts showcases how he is able to rap over nearly anything, even barebones trap songs without a kick drum. Moreover, carti carries the “lit” vibe throughout the track list by keeping high energy and changing the general theme of each track while keeping it familiar enough to make the album cohesive. The song Poke it Out with Nicki Minaj is one of the rare examples where I find a club/strip/lap dance type song to be sexy. His quick “fat ass/poke it out” derives the concept into its most animalistic and primal urges while Minaj provides a well timed break from Cartis adlibs to drop lines and double entendres about NYC. The intro track works as Cartis victory lap around the rap game as his slightly auto tuned vocals fill the electric chords that reverberate through the track. The song with Uzi is borderline a trap version of an 80s soft rock duet, with Uzi rapping without any sort of drums. When carti finally emerges, he hops on with the drums proclaiming “woke up with my tooly what it do,” a line so badass and cool that ASAP Rocky is going to regret not saying. In all, while this album does have some short coming (some filler tracks, repeated lyrics) I find this project to be equal parts experimental and entertaining. 7.5/10
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\ carti is /ourguy/
WAKE UP AND SMELL THE MOTHAFUCKIN COFFEE
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>>80244763
>woke up with my tooly what it do
can you be my personal rap genius and explain this line?

(i'm not a huge trap guy, but this is one of the few projects that i think works. the intro is just so good i can't get it over it)



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