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  1. This isn't a profound statement but just my reaction from seeing them last night: the back catalog is friggen' huge now. They were amazing as usual, but it felt a bit disjoint at times as they pingponged between different eras. No Surprises is like a cute little interlude track now. My first show was the Hail to the Thief tour, which now feels like a different era.
  2. Hey guys, haven't been on this forum much in the last fourish years but had to log in to lol at this lol also if anyone has a download link for prince sign o the times that'd be dope cheers
  3. I'm experiencing a problem that I imagine most mid-late 20s dudes experience -- falling off my music exploration game. I have less friends that keep up with new stuff and I feel like my internet music habits are outdated. A few forums that I used to keep up with are pretty much dead, and I never got into the whole soundcloud/streaming/whatever bandwagons there are out there. What sites do you guys check? Any blogs or whatever to keep tabs on? How the hell do you find good stuff on soundcloud anyway? I feel like an old man already, it's fucked up. Also, what rap is there to check out? I can't find anything as exciting as like, 2007-era mixtape lil wayne.
  4. on the real though, 'furthest thing' is a favorite of mine
  5. baby you finer than your cousin / and your cousin fine
  6. props for the upload. went to three stores today looking for it and it was sold out everywhere. album is fucking insane
  7. How come everyone on the internet thinks the last bit of Let Down is orgasmic but in real life you never find anyone who feels that way except your one buddy who is always on the internet so he doesn't count? For real though, I have loads of friends who are majorly into Radiohead (although I top them by far cause I'm a fucking nerd who's been on a Radiohead forum for like 8 years), and none of them except that dweeb who plays dungeons and dragons believe that Let Down is incredible. Then I go on the internet and everyone is blowing their load to the end of Let Down. How bout Melatonin? That's a fucking track, man.
  8. Ayo, I don't come around this forum much anymore but I had something to say: Tim Hecker's Virgins is the best shit to come out in like, 5 years. Possibly longer but I'm gonna be conservative with this one. So there you have it. Here's some other observations I've made in the last while: - Cannibal Ox's The Cold Vein is really fucking good - So is Nepenthe - How come everyone on the internet thinks the last bit of Let Down is orgasmic but in real life you never find anyone who feels that way except your one buddy who is always on the internet so he doesn't count (maybe I'll repost this in the main forum and see what they think, lol)? - Friends who would rather drink than start a noise rap band are not worth having Ok see ya later
  9. You know I just met y'all and I love y'all already and all that but I gotta get off that nose candy to make it in life and all that shit that's why I'm here I'm like a father figure and all that shit
  10. When I was in High School me and my buddy tried this a few times to try to turn it into "I Will." Long story short, shit does NOT sound like I Will. I was disappointed.
  11. yeah I've noticed. My one friend thinks Knives Out is unlistenable because of the Paranoid Android similarity, I think he's a moron missing out on a good song. I Will (LA) version sounds like a rip off of I Will.
  12. SOME THOUGHTS ON THIS TOPIC ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THEY'RE JUST A REALLY GOOD ROCK/POP BAND I GUESS YOU WOULD'VE CALLED THEM ALTERNATIVE BACK IN THE 90S BUT ALTERNATIVE DOESN'T REALLY MEAN ANYTHING --------------- I understand where the original poster is coming from though -- you want a way of describing yourself that says "these guys aren't just a conventional sounding group." That's where you have to get creative with your "marketing," just find some phrase that sounds right but isn't too pretentious. --------------- I completely disagree that we need more genre labels... We need to use short 2-3 sentence paragraphs so we can avoid using genre labels. --------------- What would you put the Beatles under at a music store? Rock/pop. Yes, they have some crazy weird songs and shit but you don't come up with some ridiculous subgenre just because they happened to be really good at blending together a whole bunch of different sounds. ---------------- Again, I think the original poster's problem is a marketing problem, not a genre problem. ---------------- I remember when I was younger people said "oh you like Radiohead, check out this up and coming band MUSE, they have weird sounds too." This is a reason why stuff like Pandora never made any goddamn sense to me and still doesn't, I want to listen to music that is GOOD and the only way to do that is to be active in seeking out music that is GOOD. ---------------- Danny Brown is GREAT
  13. I'm glad you're advancing a novel opinion but what the fuck? Lucky is amazing, CUTW is amazing... The b-sides that ended up on How Am I Driving would never fit in this album, I think the best contender would be Pearly* but where would you put it? When you refer to the first six tracks blowing the rest out of the water -- you serious? Karma Police is a catchy single, sure, but I'm not sure if it has much to it compared to the rest of the album. I also don't think Let Down is up there with the best of the album but apparently everyone on the internet thinks it's a masterpiece (have never met anyone in real life who dick rides that song as much as people on forums)
  14. I also hate people who say things like "that fucking drop" Also, who says north american scum is a highlight track? the fuck? Best song of '10s is gangnam style I'm bumping siamese dream right now I don't give a fuck
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