The only Beatles album that could be considered legendary is revolver. That was the height of what little innovation the band was actually bringing to the table
this nigger knows whats up. you listen to abrb?
it's an ok album, but it isnt great. it also isnt shit. 6.5/10, got some good tracks, overall not impressive. now fuck off or post more albums.
here's the thing. "legendary" is subjective in regards to music. now as i said, post albums or fuck off.
Legendary isn't subjective. The issue is anons are confusing legendary with something they really like. Legendary implies there is a tale behind the recording that infers a greater sense of mystic. Just because you like the fuck out of an album doesn't make it legendary.
4th album i posted, i can take a hit.
OP these three albums are required listening
whats with the hype for radiohead? they're alright, meh-tier at best. is there a global hipster boner for them or something? the only reason Pablo Honey was any good was because of Creep.
Every time I see this thread no one posts Boston's Boston. Literally every song one this album was a hit. Pure perfection.
Fuck Boston. They were basically a vanity project meant to show of slick production values more than substance or songwriting talent. All of their songs sound the same. And I don't mean that as "they have a highly distinctive sound," I mean that as "they have thirty versions of the same fucking song."
This thread did not disappoint AT ALL.
>all this Pink Floyd
>their three best albums
>my fuckin niggas
Fuck off, it's all great.
>pic related, one of the greatest album ever made, best LZ album
no but also yes
there isn't a single bad LZ record
dadrock isnt the only groundbreaking music, ya know
oh shit i totally blanked on TOOL. you sir have some very fine taste.
>no but also yes there isn't a single bad LZ record
apparently you forgot about this
I agree with that first one, but Coda was great. It's a mixture of everything they ever did, from start to finish.
Tool is aight
That is true, 2001 was a fantastic album >>682882444
my non-dadrock contribution
>The White Album
I'm actually kind of glad no one's posted that one. It has some definite high points, but it's still a double album with an album's worth of quality content and an album's worth of what should have been b-sides.
Been butin' past these plebs who turned this thread into a subjective shit fest. Legendary means there is more behind the music. A greater story than just the songs
For the longest time I'd call myself a fan, like I'd heard The Pot on the radio and I liked it and a friend told me to listen to their whole album because it was set up so one track would segway into the next and I think it was listening to Parabol and then Parabola that I was like, ok these guys take their work super seriously and found alot of respect in that
im the guy you replied to. i know im a faggot for this but i actually preferred pic related. amaryllis is still fantastic, though.
Then why the fuck hasn't this been posted
That's kind of what I was getting at. If you cut out the filler and trim it down to a normal-length album it could arguably be one of their best albums, but by making a double album they added so much throwaway material that just drags it down so far relative to their other work.
right, I actually have this in my godtier albums folder. Definitely a great album
I have not, I'll have to look it up because I love Cream
Wrong. OP of IV and Rubber Soul ABSOLUTELY beats the fuck out of The White Album.
Related to LZ. Who's the best member and why?
>fucking ham on the drums 24/7/365
another incredible album
Depending on your timezone chimes would be appropriate right about now-
being recorded on the road and a record of their live work is NOT the same
>calling is ZoSo
another another incredible album because I have a whole folder full of these
I appreciate the old music just as much as the "britbongs"
I agree 100% man, Cream is severely underappreciated
I'll give a B for effort but mainly because of that big word you used
>please shove your cock up your ass
already did, felt good
Fuck off, he does belong here. That was Eminem's best
I'm not saying zep didn't play good music or that they weren't good musicians. But they didn't write the bulk of their "hits" and more than once have been sued for straight up copywrite infringement. They were hacks who stole music and were despised by their contemporaries for it.
Doubt there's any Windmills fans on /b/
nigger what? Led Zeppelin is hands down my favorite band of all time. That's on top of every alt rock and grunge band from the late 80s and the 90s, every single metal song of any kind from the 70s on, every Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin record, every rap song before 2003
that being said, LZ absolutely did rip off a good majority of their hits, fucking dipshit
You know zep fans are the cancer that distorts the history of rock right?
this one was way better. The story behind the album is great. Pretty sure the guy is clinically insane. If you play the whole album on fast forward, it plays the chorus of all star by smash mouth. That requires another level of fucking insanity. He has some weird obsession with that song. he incorporates it into every album he makes somehow
I'm out of this thread, fuck you guys except for the ones with good music tastes
One last godtier album, absolutely in my top 20 albums
please die, they are the 1D of the 60s/70s, same commercial stuff but a little less shittier (also, don't come up with the "they invented X" shit, they just copied stuff from other bands)
I agree with you. I feel the same way about Queens of the Stone Age too and not liking either band will also get you a lot of hate on /b/ and /mu/ but who cares?
Radiohead is just typical alt-pop rock. Nothing special except maybe their commercial success.
Check out his other albums too. The guy just trolls basically every musician by making horrible mashups of their songs. I actually love this one though.
People will mock 90's jam bands but at their best they were very good.
pic related is former John Popper project
In my opinion, Jeff Beck is one of the greatest guitarists.
and on the cover of his next album lol
I can't believe someone didn't already post this
the Seattle super groups give me music hardons
I preferred their underproduced stuff. I wish they had touched it up or something instead of making their new shit. Everything after In Defense of the Genre was shit. RIP Max Bemis' songwriting skills
Meh YFW is better than Daisy but I would put it third, I think for the sole purpose that they completely changed their genre and wrote some incredibly memorable songs about things such as one night stands, sex between a virgin and a whore, and songs about depression on top of it.
I love TDAGARIM as much as the next guy but when it comes to both the story behind the album, and the musical tone of the album, I would rate Deja Entendu higher. I fucking love the guitar solo on Good to Know that if I Ever Need Attention All I Have to do is Die
Jimi Hendix was number 1 in the Rolling Stones Magazine's top 100 guitarists.
this thread sucks, unlike this album
"merry christmas, happy holidays" is their swan song
Not technically an album but still I think it was one of their best
Actually he didn't. I did. And rolling stone is garbage, always has been, always will be. how could you give any merit to s list of great guitar players that doesn't include Wes Montgomery? That list was a bull shit puff peice designed to sell album for the record companies who bought the article.