the greatest albums are those that give weird people something that sympathizes with them. thoughts? Posted on May 20, 2023 by Anonymous the greatest albums are those that give weird people something that sympathizes with them thoughts?
tfw nico's son was found dead and rotting in his apartment today
what the fuck... I had no idea while posting the op
it says he was 60 that kind of caught me off guard for some reason even though it makes total sense
I didnt even know he was sick
junkie is dead shocker
Wtf man what a horrible way to die. RIP
I think you are not old enough to be posting here
why because I didn't make racebait thread #99999
no because you're such a mysterious and misunderstood weirdo outsider underdog misfit, you're not like those other girls...
no, because you type like a teenager
like perhaps I'm TOO mature to be posting on this board goddamnit
i think it makes you not feel weird because they sound like you or are going through the same shit. that isn’t a requirement that this happens to generate a great album but it certainly helps. i think daydream nation is great but i don’t feel connected to specific words, it’s the *spirit* of the music that i “relate” to - but why i consider it great is because it contains the right mixture so i never get tired of it. that’s the standard for me: it reaches a level in its ingredients that always sound right and i can keep coming back to it. mysterious elements, some albums just have it
Racist wh*te bitch
I somewhat agree, but I think more generally that the best music is music that is able to express the human soul in some way. Whether it’s Pierrot Lunaire, or A Love Supreme, or Astral Weeks, or Exile On Main St, or the Goldberg Variations, or even Sister Ray, it’s all about a certain emotional depth or accuracy