Post your favorite albums, age, ideology and rate taste
I've made a top 10 basically
music is consumerist garbage I've deliberately avoided cultivating a taste in
socdem (as in someone who thinks having a state is necessary for an optimal society without rent, not someone who thinks "compromise" with the bourgeoisie (short of not shooting them unless they refuse to give up their property) is necessary)
Stop data mining.
28, Unironic National Bolshevism
Scritti Politti - Cupid & Psyche '85
Sacred Tapestry - Shader
Emperor - In the Nightside Eclipse
Mr. Bungle - Self-Titled
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Death in June - Rose Clouds of Holocaust
Von Thronstahl - Bellum Sacrum Bellum
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Technodelic
Shibayan Records - Musuo Materialize
D.A.F. - Alles ist Gut
Frank Klepacki - Command and Conquer: Red Alert Soundtrack
Death in June
DOUGLAS P IS NAZBOL
This really belongs on /leftyb/index.html
Death in June
What a guess
Nebulously socialist, I drift around the non-tankie ideologies but I think the environment is the most important shit.
No fun allowed?
Good taste in music, way too fucking old to fall for the "yeah I'm a socialist but I'm still fucking EDGY" ideology
These have been on my mind a lot lately. ACLAM is my AOTYSF, but it's not really entertainment. However, it changed me a lot.
Hell, Hounds of Love and Chocolate and Cheese oughta be on here too.
Not quite the glowing pt.2 but is fucking good. Unironically cry everytime
I listened to some cuts off of The Glow pt. 2 about a month ago on a road trip after not listening to it for a while and was absolutely enthralled. Beautiful album.
ACLAM is just fucking heart-breaking. I saw Phil perform it live (+ 2 new songs called "Distortion" and "Tintin in Tibet" if you're interested) and found it extremely affecting.
Too hard to name, throughout the week I do "protein listening" where I try a bunch of new shit. All time favorites are Funhouse, Hot Animal Machine, and Revolutionary Vol. 2.
1. The Beatles / Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
2. Underground Resistance / Revolution for Change
3. John Coltrane / My Favorite Things
4. Kraftwerk / Die Mensch-Maschine
5. Kazuki Tomokawa / Inu
6. Yabby U / King Tubby's Prophesy of Dub
7. Altern 8 / Full On… Mask Hysteria
8. Grateful Dead / Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses)
9. YAPOOS & Jun Togawa / Ura-tamahime
10. Takeshi Terauchi & The Bunnys / Let's Go Terry!
obscure new wave:
1. Charles De Goal / 3
2. Scatterbrains / Musical Marriage
3. Fela Johnson / Fela Johnson
4. Comix / Comix
5. Oppenheimer Analysis / New Mexico
6. The Neon Judgement / MBIH!
6. The Reporters / Bare Hands
7. Joe / α-Bet-City
8. Beograd / Remek Depo
9. Camilla Motor / Ein Neues Glück
10. Lawrence &Phillips / The Dadacomputer
19, national bolshevism.
21, Classical Marxist
At least, that's all I can call myself, ideologically speaking. I'm a strong believer in the communist cause, but I struggle a bit with reading, and I feel like I need to finish some Marxist basics, particularly the Manifesto, before I can look into further theory. Can anyone here please help me out?
I have no favorite album, but these are the few i can stand from start to finish
Also, yea. 21, luxemburgist
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Technodelic
I have trash taste so:
Oh no they will surely identify you when the figure out that you are listening to the same shitty folk punk every other leftist do.
Nobody here is listening to Andrew Jackson Jihad
24, former /pol/yp, in the process of just getting into leftism
pls n-no bully ;_;
Nice fucko, you could have done worse but St. Vincent a superior musical waifu.
I might look into it, thanks. I don't listen too much music these days, just cited Grimes since it's one of the only recent ones I listen to by album, not by single songs on YT.
24, Libertarian Socialist. Bunch of entry level /mu/-tier tbh fams and i say that as an embarrasing rockist.
defining oneself by your consumption
sure is late capitalism in here
Wow, that's sad.
If you like Grimes, you should try Kate Bush, Chvrches, and The Cocteau Twins. Maybe Phantogram.
Try listening to at least 2 new albums a week. I recommend Spotify because you can also save individual songs that you liked, even if most of the album was mediocre, which is very often the case.
Good luck, newcomrade.
Sharing the art you enjoy with others is capitalism
listing a few albums you like
Personalities are a bourgeoisie lie anyway fagmaster of ceremonies.
I appreciate the recs, I'll look up some of those. Not gonna lie, my tastes are not all that patrician, but I have plenty of time to acquire more defined tastes.
I just remembered that one album from this group Chromatics from Italians Do It Better label is pretty good, but I really don't want to pay for music, so I either use pirate bay or YT currently, but Spotify seems like a good idea in the future to get into.
top tier taste, man!
Spotify is free, unless you pay to remove the ads. I don't. It's annoying, but I did the YouTube thing when I was younger and much prefer Spotify.
I'm also somewhat familiar with Chromatics. "Cherry" is one of my favorite night-driving songs.
I can't believe I forgot Bjork. I think you might like Bjork and maybe Xiu Xiu if you like Grimes, although these are usually more experimental with less pop appeal.
Crystal Castles is really old new by now, but they're first two albums fit that somewhat experimental electronic-pop-with-a-female-lead niche.
Hell, you might like FKA Twigs, too.
Can't believe I did that.
thanks again, appreciated
Good call with PiL. Everything else on your list is over rated.
18, market socialist/titoist
sorry for long list, almost made it longer
nice taste, been feeling sad latley?
tfw to intelligent
35, Revolutionary Nationalist/Survivalist/Militarist
also these, hard to pick more than five
superior taste there
How do you define state?
I'm always sort of curious about what causes /pol/yps to go from 'communism=literally hell on earth' to being at least open to the idea.
Was it some sort of specific event/person or a gradual process?
I don't think it's that hard to fathom, they're just racists that don't really give a shit about any other government or economic policies aside from race issues.
Despite it not being hard to fathom you didn't answer my question at all.
institution with a police, military, and borders that typically is responsible for making and enforcing laws and foreign relations
such an institution should be wholly transparent and democratic, should respect freedom of speech even for opponents, and should provide a mechanism for secession, ofc, but I do think having one is necessary even beyond the ML "deter aggression" schtick to do things like channel resources into research and infrastructure (which will be required for eternity, not stopped) instead of allowing something akin to consumerism to flourish, and encourage the development of public morals
If you ask me, it was mostly the fact that I couldn't really distinguish between neoliberalism and communism and thought that SJ is a left-wing movement. Once I learned that there are left-wing people around that, while not bigoted, are opposed to idpol obsessions, this made it easier for me to accept left-wing ideas. When I previously was into fascism, I slowly grew to hate basic bitch paleoconservatism and started to think that fascism is literally just socdem + racism. When I learned that fascists are willing to give no consideration to left-wing ideas, I begun to look that it's not only basic bitch conservatives that are retarded, but also the nazis, for being close-minded.
Then later I learned from lurking here that all this xenophobic/anti-feminism/anti-semitic/deus-vult bullshit is flawed and does not take into account the history of exploitation, and snapped out of it.
I am still just merely starting to get into leftism, but currently I am in the process of still trying to despook myself from right-wing ideas, to debunk them properly for myself, so I don't fall back in ever again.
even when you are old and stupid i think we can be friends
Well I figured you could connect the dots, between the two points on your own but a lot of /pol;/sters come here and essentially say they're okay with a welfare state/liberalism/socialism/communism etc but that race is "too serious" of an issue to ignore. So they essentially blind themselves to every other aspect of state and economics until I assume one day they realize it isn't that important or that they can walk and chew gum at the same time and advocate for multiple things without comprising on another.
I am and and can confirm
21, I just like the communism
1. Death - Leprosy
2. Fäulnis - Gehirn zwischen Wahn und Sinn
3. Asphyx - Last One on Earth
4. Bolt Thrower - Mercenary
5. Death - Symbolic
6. Hail of Bullets - Of Frost and War
7. Peste Noire - Ballade cuntre lo anemi francor
8. Totenmond - Thronräuber
9. Wolfbrigade - Prey to the World
10. Bolt Thrower - The 4th Crusade
Of the non-metal stuff there is:
1. Infected Mushroom - Army of Mushrooms
2. Kyuss - Welcome to Sky Valley
3. Björk - Homogenic
4. Trailerpark - Crack Street Boys 3
5. Scraping Foetus off the Wheel - Hole
6. Scraping Foetus off the Wheel - Nail
7. Eminem - The Eminem Show
8. Gustav Holst - Planets Suite
9. Deep Purple - Fireball
10. Dead Kennedys - Give me Convenience or give me Death
As for ideology, I would call myself a mildly authoritarian socialist, haven't read enough theory though.
not that old, just been into politics for an extremely long time. since I was 12 back in the early 90s.
I was right-wing up until five years ago. still a nationalist though. I'd describe my ideology as something like a mix of primitivism, military despotism and libertarian socialism.
same, only replace libertarian socialism with market socialism
b-but you guys will yell at me for supporting market socialism
Its because they suck
I didn't realize there was a difference. I mean my ideology is pretty out there. Basically Titoism with the added danger of the Republic Of Congo
I usually just say I'm an an-syn but I need to read more tbqh and I've always been shit at picking a favorite album but these are the ones I've probably been listening to the most recently.
I do also listen to a lot of the stereotypical "folk-punk" lefty shit like The Levellers and Billy Bragg but thats mostly at festivals and the like where I think the atmosphere makes the music.
I personally do not find the point in avoiding music and dismissing it as consumerist shite because while it has been effected by capitalism it existed beforehand and it will exist after.
suprised nobody have mentioned any punk bands, i mean i kinda did with crywank. do that count?
i haven't seen any of those albums before
indie and vaporwave?
Really digging BBNG 3 at the moment too.
I was gonna post some Chaos UK and Varukers too
ugh, indie rock. the only good indie is AmRep noise rock and some Touch & Go bands. the rest is trash.
Discordance Axis is a 3-piece mathy grindcore band whose lyrics draw inspiration from Evangelion. Most intense screams you'll ever hear.
I Am a Lake of Burning Orchids can most easily be labeled "noisegaze" although I remember someone calling it "dreamo" which also sticks somewhat.
Royal Trux is a strung-out noise rock band from the late 80s & 90s. Cats and Dogs is sort of their breakthrough album because it was their first release with coherent riffs and clean production. I still recommend listening to Twin Infinitives because it's hard to find music where the performers' minds sound more completely wrecked.
Long Fin Killie is a post-rock band with tracks that have D&B-esque drumming and falsetto vocals. The lead singer was the only black dude (also gay iirc) on the island he grew up on off the coast of Scotland.
Shaking the Habitual takes The Knife's oddball synthpop in a more outright experimental direction through drones and a generally more eclectic sonic palette. Lyrics have a lot to do with queer theory.
hope u rike the albums
i will check them out
+ innocence is probably the best lake of burning orchids release to start with ok im done now
23, ex an-syn but more of liberterian socialist or something idk
good & cool
i don't understand how anyone can still like STH but I Am a Lake of Burning Orchids is cool
kind of entry-lvel and 'lame' but still cool
little bits of Marxism-Leninism, Trotskyism and Left-Communism/Luxemburgism glued together. I guess you could just call me a Leninist or something, but I rank his much analytical work higher than his prescriptive work.
I can't put these in an order. I love every album OP posted though.
Kate Bush - Hounds of Love
Cocteau Twins - Heaven or Las Vegas
Danny Brown - Atrocity Exhibition
美尾洋乃 - Chloé
The Jesus and Mary Chain - Psychocandy
Carissa's Wierd - You Should Be at Home Here
My Dad Is Dead - Everyone Wants the Honey But Not the Sting
mclusky - Mclusky Do Dallas
The Cure - Disintegration
Various Artists - Killed by Deathrock, Vol. 1
uh also im 24 and shouldve used a different flag
we'd get along if you werent a god damn nazi and also way too old to be here
fuck yes discordance axis
nmh is good. left libertarian in the ancom sense or the leftcom sense?
fuck the brown book is so good. have you heard The Corn Years (a more neofolky rerecording of the Brown Book)
my dad is dead is sooooooo good
Thanks for sharing fam, it brings blood to my penis when right wingers begin to study communist theory with intellectual honesty. My best advice is for the most part avoid labels and eat merrily from the trashcan of ideology.
and read Zizek
Thank you too! I am not studying theory atm since I am kinda busy with other stuff but I'll get to it. Fascism is 100% a war ideology, every way I tried to look at it, no matter how you implement fascism, every logical conclusion of this ends up in "WE NEED LEBENSRAUM REEE". I fucking hate stupid shit like that, I don't want to die in another nationalist war like WWI.
Over forty, marxist
Reign in Blood
That album was ingenius. From just a music theory standpoint it was incredibly sophisticated, and "Raining Blood" is easily among the greatest heavy metal songs of all time. Reign in Blood changed music.
Yeah don't worry about it, most of leftypol hasn't studied either. They'll get around to it too.
Fascism is truly a war ideology. I understand it as a sort of conservative revolution - a return to previous (and imagined simpler) times where the "us and them" is clearly drawn up in race/nationality/gender etc. A percieved time where waging war was just "nature bruh", and not the product of complex economic relations.
It doesn't help either with all these orcs vs humans games polluting the youth!
Can feel myself going a bit off tangent here, so I'll just take a sec to laugh at that picture. Coming from Denmark myself and knowing what a total retard Søren Espersen is, this is too good.
24, unironic egoism, bad boys listen to dubstep
I agree. Raining blood is imho one of the quintessential metal songs. Also it's crazy how the music in the album perfectly reflects the feelngs of terror in the lyrics. A lot of people say it's not "varied" enough but holy shit I mean there is for example the beginning of jesus saves that's almost sludge/doom
Sad Wings of Destiny
gr8 choice that album is just so beautiful
A lot of people say it's not "varied" enough but holy shit
Perhaps critics were expecting long self-indulgent passages like Metallica likes to play? There were constant variations in tempo and theme that really kept the album engaging without giving up the relentlessness that characterizes thrash. It is a pity that so few bands afterward ever attempted that kind of complexity.
Top tier metal classics. Also fellow old guy, hey!
Weakling - Dead as Dreams
Funeral Mist - Salvation
Jedi Mind Tricks - Violent by Design
Opeth - Morningrise
Katatonia - The Great Cold Distance
Katatonia - Brave Murder Day
Godspeed You, Black Emperor - Slow Riot for New Zerø Kanada
Mütiilation - Remains of a Ruined, Dead, Cursed Soul
Burzum - Filosofem
Nocte Obducta - Nektar - Teil 2: Seen, Flüsse, Tagebücher
Moonblood - Taste our German Steel
Rahu - The Quest for the Vajra of Shadows
Be'Lakor: Stone's Reach
Austere - To Lay like Old Ashes
A Forest Of Stars - A Shadowplay for Yesterdays
Rome - Masse Mensch Material
Rainbow - Rainbow Rising
Solstafir - Masterpiece of Bitterness
Demoncy - Empire of the Fallen Angel
Summoning - Stronghold
Lifelover - Konkurs
Cradle of Filth - Dusk and her Embrace
Nehëmah - Shadows from the Past…
Xasthur - Subliminal Genocide
Darkwoods - Notwendfeuer
Woods of Ypres - Grey Skies & Electric Light
Paysage d'Hiver - Paysage d'Hiver
Satyricon - The Shadowthrone
Ulver - Nattens Madrigal
Death Angel - III
Immortal - At the Heart of Winter
Alice Cooper - Love it To Death
Anacrusis - Screams and Whispers
Darkspace - Dark Space III
Crimson Glory - Transcendence
Nevermore - This Godless Endeavor
R8 me bitches
21, Libertarian Socialist
you're right it's a shame, I really like metal but clearly few albums match the thematical and musical complexity of Reign in blood.
great stuff man
Here some other faves
half the people on his music list are people who wouldn't hesitate to crack his skull in
undecided, probably libertarian Communist
chart's a little old but it's kinda accurate, I made it with my own chart generator~
very nice except the yoko tbh
xiu xiu, radio dept
i've only heard DAMN
not the best BoC but I like your endtroducing
"Stargazer" is an incredible song, even if Dio was right about it being overly indulgent. I love how they make a mythical allegory for a loss of faith into a tragedy that expesses the pain associated with the actual process. It is not a euphoric liberation of the mind but rather the shocking and agonizing destruction of a part of one's self, and it leaves you lost and without puropse. "My eyes are bleeding, and my heart is weeping."
sehr gut. fan of BoC, Residents and GG Allin
"It's not my revolution if I can't be EDGY"
xiu xiu is good, not familiar with the other stuff
obscure/10. Mensch-Maschine is classic. Also Coltrane and King Tubby are good stuff
literally not familiar with any of these, tbh
best pink floyd album
i luv s.o.d.
wow thanks bruv, i'll have to watch these when I have hours to spare
MEIN NEGER rite here. grew up on Anal Cunt/Neubauten/SPK. I bet we'd get along
I was actually a communist first, then /pol/ warped my mind. Always remained economically left, butted heads with them over 'muh free market'. tbh, both sides are autistic and frustrating, which I chalk up to extremist ideologies naturally attracting eccentric weirdos.
Foetus is great, bretty good list
Bjork's debut is my absolute favorite from her- i like how it's more 'house' than her other stuff, Brown Book is my 2nd favorite DiJ album
pretty cool dad metal
kvlt as fvck, got some classic BM on there, but Ulver is patrician
sehr gut, like ambient works II and that's the best Throbbing Gristle album
pretty cool, like cannibal corpse
half the people on his music list are people who wouldn't hesitate to crack his skull in
Haha, yes. But who gives a fuck? Varg wouldn't though. He's repeatedly stated that he hates capitalists more than communists.
Some good stuff man. Brand New is like the only Alternative Rock band I can listen to, besides Killing Joke.
Immortal Technique is good, but some parts are really cringey.
Sarcofago is funny, Brazilian Thrash/Death bands are always extremely heavy
Flag checks out
Evgeni Koroliov - The Art of Fugue
Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin - Mass in B Minor
Karlheinz Stockhausen - Elektronische Musik
The Beach Boys - The SMiLE Sessions
Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band - Trout Mask Replica
fuck it I'll just post my chart
21, Succdem - Demsoc with a penchant for patriotism
Arctic Monkeys - Suck it and see
Abba (anything by them, really)
HOME - Odyseey
Thanks m8 :) I love The Wall, both as an album and a movie. Best damn rock opera I know.
I have been meaning to look into their other albums besides that and Dark Side of the Moon, so I don't look like a normalfag who only likes the more popular Pink Floyd albums. Is Animals worth looking into? That one always intrigued me from afar.
One of the images broke.
My taste is all over the place, maybe Laughing Stock? My ideology pretty much mirrors my taste, whatever is the most effective at establishing socialism during revolution.
24, Leftcom with Christcom leanings
I also really like various old-school EDM variants (freestyle, detroit techno, etc.) and post-disco, but these are singles based so there's not much to be said.
Other albums I like:
John Fahey - "Days Have Gone By", "The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death"
Earth Wind & Fire - "Raise!"
Steely Dan - "Gaucho"
Black Sabbath - "Vol. 4", "Sabotage"
Herbie Hancock - "Mr. Hands" (unfortunate name nowadays), "Headhunters"
YMO - "BGM", "Solid State Survivor"
Deep Purple - "Machine Head"
Death from Above 1979 - "You're a Woman, I'm a Machine"
Jean-Phillipe Rameau - "Pieces de Clavecin en Concerts"
John Cale - "Paris 1919"
The Beach Boys - "Pet Sounds"
Sleep - "Sleep's Holy Mountain"
Kraftwerk - "Electric Cafe", "Computer World"
John Martyn - "One World", "Solid Air"
The Smithereens - "Especially for You"
Blue Oyster Cult - "Fire of Unknown Origin"
Bjork - "Debut"
Don't know all of them, but damn, that's one hell of a good taste.
Why is speedcore so awesome?
21, Egoist Anarchist
Discordance Axis, Gridlink, Burzum, Weakling, Gorguts and Atheist are my favorite bands.
I'd describe my ideology as something like a mix of primitivism, military despotism and libertarian socialism.
I bet you're the kind of guy who whines all day long about "post-modernism" without realizing how post-modern his worldview — a inconsistent bricolage of disparate ideologies — actually is.
Holy fuck you are me
your all shit.
Inalienable dreamless is top tier all memes aside
Nasenbluten is good
Good list tbh
Currently listening to this. Also has anyone ever heard gaust's s/t?
Good taste, I have some of his shit on vinyl.
How do I get a non pleb tier taste in music?
I meant Faust, the german band, not "gaust"
morkcyst-lebanist, soon to be at an age that doesn't incite laughter from others on image boards. i like minimal synth (+ hypnagogic pop, zolo, post-punk), post-hardcore (+ midwest emo, math rock, post-rock), and noise (+ industrial, musique concrete).
my second favorite xiu xiu album. do you like any of their other releases? fabulous muscles + dear god i hate myself are probably their most 'accessible' releases, both really good, but their discography is so diverse, i think everyone interested in their more popular work should still check the rest of their material out, even if they're not used to experimental music. i mean, don't just dive into the collaborations they did with merzbow or anything, but listen to knife play and fag patrol, then go from there. for some reason i never could enjoy radiohead.
you have the same exact taste of a really terrible person i know. but i'm sure you're alright. i liked that crywank album.. but i keep it a secret.
YES! holy hell. do you have a RYM? i love all these albums. i really didn't expect to see any of these here. amazing.
Too lazy to look for images so here's a list
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
-Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables
-The Clash - London Calling
-Refused - Shape of Punk to Come
-Sleater Kinney - Dig Me Out
i liked Long Fin Killie, the other wasn't really my kind of music
okay tier taste
nice music, but you guys are a bit to old to be on boards
someone is rebling
Immortal Technique is good, but some parts are really cringey.
i agree 100%, i got some friends into it. they don't lisen to the lyrics tho
nice taste, been feeling sad latley?
Always am. :)
my second favorite xiu xiu album. do you like any of their other releases?
I've listened to every Xiu Xiu full-length album plus XITSJ's Accordion Solo. I especially like A Promise, Knife Play, and Forget, which I saw them tour for. Their percussionist is insane and Jamie was really pleasant after the show.
I'm not that familiar with Merzbow, but as far as noise goes, I've also been on a bit of a Throbbing Gristle and Wolf Eyes kick lately, but that's more as an object of fascination than, uh, music.
for some reason i never could enjoy radiohead.
Me neither, actually. OK Computer is an anomaly. Kid A is really good, but has never grabbed me as much. I haven't found their post-Kid A discography any more compelling than "listenable" and I've been trying to get into it for 4 years now.
I just listened to Beat Happening for the first time two weeks ago, and Emergency & I a month before that and enjoyed them both. I don't recognize the others.
I, too, am a closet fan of that Crywank album. God.
sorry to hear :(
Thanka for the thread
19, libertarian Leninism
what the fuck do the feds actually have to gain from knowing your favourite albums? The weenies on 4chan have the same tastes too.
he doesn't know about how the CIA subsidised modern art for burgerstan to look good against the Soviets
YGTD (DG003) is by far the greatest Nasebluten album, followed by We've Got The Balls', 100% No Soul Guaranteed and Not As Good As 100% No Soul Guaranteed (the second of those two is really fucking trashy). I haven't heard Dog Control'' yet.
Most of it is shit; the scene has fragmented and 'speedcore' now is usually quite mediocre next to the crap that they spat out before the millennium was over and a few years after that. United Speedcore Nation released a lot of good shit and ANC was a fucking maniac with his machine-gun beats; he even once released a track in an album which aimed to be a parody of a lot of the speedcore was being released. Lord Lloigor also made some amazing stuff which still gives me cyberpunk shivers no matter how many times I listen to things. The Shadow Serpent and Mind Expander are two of his best. DJ Tron also couldn't do anything wrong; if the guy was alive he'd probably be considering suicide after seeing shit like nightcore.
Noise has been another love of mine, I really like Government Alpha.
listening to pop music
Into the gulag.
I enjoy your music.
you don't get to bring friends
they are not my friends
24, Fully Automated Nodal-Based Network Luxury Gay Furry Space Communist
Bump for the only situationist punk rock album
20, succdem. But I also haven't read very much theory at all
Gr8 taste. Have you ever heard Bjork's b-side compilation? I never heard it until recently and now I think it has some of her best tracks (Karvel and Play Dead especially)
Hey, that was my favorite album when I was in high school. I really identified with it.
"so ya, thought ya, might like to go to the show…"
Dio is the best! He was redpilled before redpilling was a thing.
19, I'm basically a Marxist-Leninist but not really a very dogmatic one or a tankie
just some albums that came to mind
I like DG, Earl is ok and Tyler is shit.
I like it even tho its a meme tbh. Also thats the best kendrick album.
People still listen to Teebs
Hell yeah. I was getting afraid that everyone just kinda forgot about him.
Glad you're a fan of Miles, but have you heard any of his other stuff? Milestones, Kind of Blue, and Bitches Brew tend to be the most loved, but tbh Sketches of Spain, Seven Steps to Heaven, and (my favorite) Miles Ahead deserve a lot more credit.
People still listen to Teebs
Hell yeah dude. I like him even more than FlyLo, Shlohmo and others in the genre. His music is just beautiful in a way that's really hard to describe, I love it. It's a shame how underrated he is, and how slow he is at releasing music. I know he's playing shows and doing art exhibitions and stuff but I haven't heard anything about any new music since Estara.
Glad you're a fan of Miles, but have you heard any of his other stuff?
I've listened to Bitches Brew, Live-Evil and some other album I forgot the name of. I'm a complete jazz pleb but I really like KoB, so yeah I really should listen to more of his other stuff.
am a lurking /pol/ack but i have to admit this is excellente taste
23, Marxist-Leninist but I'm starting to get into Maoism
This thread needs metal badly.
Took me a long time to get into metal. I blame Post-Grunge for making it unpopular again.
Sleep, Sabbath, and Witchfinder General are the best kind of gateway drug.
Thank you. All of those albums are made by black people btw. Thoughts on that?
thinking I can't appreciate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRN_jUrJSnE& and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uCuciCRbj0 at the same time
a cosmopolitan worldview applied to music would argue that dream theater and mf doom are of the same vein and not significantly different.
and before you say so, yes I know kdot is considered pretty white now
That's cool. Just surprising. I used to browse halfchan /mu/ when TPAB dropped. If you praised it you would immediately get a bunch of cuck, we wuz kangz and kill whitey type memes thrown at you. And TPAB is a completely inoffensive album (it's even critical of BLM, etc. at times) and /mu/ is one of the most left wing boards on that site.
politically speaking TPAB was totally par for the course, idk why anyone would expect any different.
musically speaking of course I thought it was great. thundercat's contributions and most of the jazz stuff in general was really well produced. I don't lurk /mu/ much but I guess they just like to circlejerk their esoteric le gems.
thundercat's contributions and most of the jazz stuff in general was really well produced
He and the brainfeeder guys were the real heroes of that album