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they are the best and the most influential musical act of this century so far

prove me wrong
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Well, that was easy.
more like GAYdiohead
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I don’t get it am I gay??
corporate u2

>wan eat mash potatoes but got no gravy
music for this feel?
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honestly never been a fan of gravy on my mashed potatoes

this is the answer, op.
what a poindexter
Have potato salad instead. Seriously though watch until the end.
i wanna fug these hoes. dam those outfits are super scantily clad for that time holy fuck

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Venice Bitch is amazing.
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>a legitimate artist like Lana
She was a created pop star, what do you mean? Her father bought her career
tbqh I could go for a cig right now
Smoking is fucking cool and you should always break the rules
This unironically sounds like a lyric this dumb twat would write

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I'm gonna do it /mu/

and now I'll need your help to decide what to play at my wedding.

Please recommend me some good well known songs.(Anything goes)

For the slow dance me and my wife decided to go with Annie's Song by John Denver thoughts?
stop bragging
Coil - Tainted Love
Gtfo pleb /mu/ is not for your entertainment!!

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Hey /mu/, im trying to find a 90's/early 2000's RandB track that sounds similar to "Are you that Somebody" by Aaliyah and "Bills, Bills, Bills" by Destiny's Child. If it's from that period and sounds at all similar, let me know
proly a track by either Brandi or Monica
This came to mind.

Why are metalheads so damn loyal to their music?
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>be me a weird kid
>listen to normal people music like rap and not be a cry baby
>get not made fun of
A lot of metal bands from the 80s are still going at it and making albums. This makes it very easy for someone to listen to their work and not get tired of it. mealfags also like to wear bandshirts, which makes it easy for people to feel included in the community (Put on an iron maiden shirt, go out in public, and there's a good chance, some random person will say "Up the Irons" or some shit). Because of that community, it's easy to find pride in it and get swept up in the genre, which is helped by the fact that metal music is very anthemic and passionate.

The longevity of the genre's anchoring bands like Iron Maiden or Metallica is key here and is what separates it from other genres like synthpop or industrial
Nice post
They're majority white.
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Metal is bigger in south america this century

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And just like that, there were four.

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Why are posts about Phil dying never real
because life is a dream and nothing is real THERES NO ONE IN CONTROL NO ONE IS IN CONTROL
>it's real
what the fuck
Oh anon, you poor thing...

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Rec me some good central/south american metal please
there's one can't remember it, from 89 the cover looked like an eyeball painted by HR Giger, oh well
This is useful if you're looking for region specific metal

>wu tang clan ain’t nuttin to fuck wit
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It's very cute and fun
Jelly bones is one of those songs that is stuck in my head most often.
cool blogpost
is that a donger?
>doesn't retort
I win
I like it, I agree with >>82896002

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We wouldnt want this scandal to ruin your image now do we you must follow our directions exactly as we tell you i have already downloaded your page and will inform your family members of your scandals

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Was this really released in 2011? I'm lost, this is such a mess and the version I was going to download from soulseek had around 60-70 tracks
According to rym:
>this was recorded between 1965 and 1971
>a bootleg version was released in 1989
>this shit has literally over 40 tracks counting bonus tracks
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Hey, SMiLE is one of my favorite albums. So The Smile Sessions is a compilation album of the material available from the time. The official Sessions track list is:
1. Our Prayer (1:06)
2. Gee (0:51)
3. Heroes And Villains (4:53)
4. Do You Like Worms (Roll Plymouth Rock) (3:36)
5. I’m in Great Shape (0:29)
6. Barnyard (0:48)
7. My Only Sunshine (The Old Master Painter / You Are My Sunshine) (1:57)
8. Cabin Essence (3:32)
9. Wonderful (2:04)
10. Look (Song for Children) (2:31)
11. Child Is Father of the Man (2:14)
12. Surf’s Up (4:12)
13. I Wanna Be Around / Workshop (1:23)

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You should watch Love & Mercy (the film) it is a great retelling of the making of Pet Sounds and SMiLE (atleast the scenes in the past)

Long story short, after Pet Sounds Brian Wilson began working on SMiLE. He went crazy, the publishers got impatient, and his bandmates got annoyed. The band scrapped the material and released Smiley Smile, a botched version of the album that was considered to be commercially safer.

As time went on and the band would discuss the album, fans were able to take select releases and form what they believe would have been SMiLE. Brian Wilson eventually made a concert of what he deemed to be the completed project. From that concert, he made an album by the name of Brian Wilson Presents Smile (he kept the live track list which is an important point for fans who rearrange the album). Then in 2011, the studio decided to compile all incomplete work for the 60s and 70s to make essentially Brian Wilson Presents Smile but with all the original work, called the Smile Sessions.
btw I'm the same guy

I love this album so fucking much but the track list order just sucks. It is so clear that it was intended for a live audience and not a studio album. The album should be less than 40 mins (the standard for a single album at the time) and have Good Vibrations as the opener of the second half and Surf's Up as the closer
love you anon
Smile doesn't even count. He was decades removed from that work by that point. The Smile Sessions are all that matters. Still the officially released track list isn't necessarily the best.

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picked up this cassette when i was in seattle thrift shop for 19 cents and its so smooth and somber

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>those cringelords who think listening to "obscure" music makes them interesting
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>obscure music isn't a conversation piece
Thus it's interesting you fucktard
Clever but no. I can bring up something that possibly less people know about, and yet others could know about it and care as well. I could also bring up an EP my friend made on bandcamp that I know nobody else would know about. So does having 0 listeners make you obscure? Or 1000 listeners? I mean, something obscure to you won't be thought of as obscure to someone else, so what's your point?
It's not that listening to obscure music makes you interesting, but interesting people listen to obscure music.
Not gonna even waste a reply..

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Name says it all, post your charts. I'll start.

Be nice they're my personal picks
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thanks man, I'm like halfway through Tennessee fire rn and I fuck with it.
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Alice in Chains - Dirt
Nice chart m8. It's nice to see others who appreciate Jerry Cantrell's solo stuff.
Check out the songs Baptism, Dried Out, and Grave Blanket by Creepoid.
Also: Down - NOLA
Karnivool - Themata
Quicksand - Interiors
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Based on your taste I'm gonna recommend a book. "The Rest is Noise" by Alex Ross. Really cool book about 20th century composition.
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