According to my doctor I'm going deaf probably next year. Could you please provide be all albums that someone has to listen to, before they die? I really appreciate it. I'm neither angry or sad over this, just feel kind of empty. I know my hearing has been worse the last months, and I know it's my own fault because I did not use ear protection when I was shooting clay pigeons. Also if you have any advice, please let me know.
Iron Butterfly's In a gadda da vida
I used to like music back in high school, and would always be on the search for new artists and albums. Now I don't really like anything and have no motivation to look for more. Am I broken?
Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong
Pic realted, you need to listen little fury things
Trust me OP, this shit is top tier
This, listen to it if you wanna relax
You have my sympathies op
If i was you, I'd learn how to read music so i could atleast identify the notes in my memory
Camel- The Snow Goose.
Moonmadness is also fantastic by them, but The Snow Goose is some of the best musical composition I've ever heard. It takes a while to grow on you though so just stick to Moonmadness if you want an easy listen.
>all 3 Animals as Leaders albums
>all 3 Chimp Spanner albums
>Bulb's solo work(2004-2008 demos) before he went on with Periphery
L'enfant Sauvage, the way of all flesh and from Mars to Sirius
>both Blotted Science albums
>go check some of David Maxim Micic's stuff
>Plini's 3 albums and other stuff on JewToob
I'll cite more if interested
this will heal u
You are both monumental faggots who have clearly never listened to the smiths.
>Bu..But muh charming man
Honestly just fuck off. Clearly you can't form a real opinion between yourselves so you need internet memes to guide you because you are to fucking dull and uninteresting you can't come up with an original though by yourself. I'm not going to start berating AC/DC or Metallica or whatever shit you consider 'good' since clearly you are clearly too close-minded. Have you ever bothered listening to Strangeways Here We Come? Listen to that then come back and tell me that the Smiths are shit you low life scum.
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this album is one of the highest achievments in avantgarde music!
This all the fucking way to the grave
Enjoy OP. This is by far my favorite doors album
>tfw this makes you happy, and sad at the same time
Get a taste of what's to come. This isn't subjective, just examples of what is to come and has been.
Listen to the harp, listen to some of that Renaissance organ and harpsichord concert stuff.
And pic related, know what those Pastafarians are chanting.
I think it's wise to listen to what you cant imagine yourself sitting through and not having an idea of what it is you could be hearing.
And what if you could make music while deaf.
Here's what the hipsters are listening to OP. Everything revolves around this right here it seems.
i'd recommend checking out a decent chunk of the beach boys' late 60s - early 70s stuff, but pet sounds is the big one for them
These anons know what's up.
> mfw this thread is better than mu
> only a couple of mu core albums
I got you OP
1.Linkin Park Hybrid theory Track 8
2.Linkin Park Hybrid theory Track 8
3.Linkin Park Hybrid theory Track 8
4.Linkin Park Hybrid theory Track 8
5.Linkin Park Hybrid theory Track 8
alice in chains - dirt
best album ever made
The rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the spiders from Mars.
Arcade Fire, The Suburbs is probably the best alt rock album in recent memory.
Project Pitchfork Chakra Red if you're looking something a little different.
Mozart's Requiem Mass in D Minor.
I highly recommend it because it is so very mad.
Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights
Slint came out the year before with a very distinctive and influential sound. I hear Slint's influence in Pavement but with more raw edge.
I believe anon was referring to the post's proximity to the ever-elusive quints.
the Buckethead 'Pikes' series. You can start with #1 if you like, but don't get turned off by one you don't like, there's ~200 of them. They are all good. I'd recommend starting with #32 or #65. Don't let the names fool you.
Also, tons of good classical music out there. Find a radio station. My favorite is this one:
He was in my town not long ago, but tickets sold out before I even heard about it. Its surprising how many people are into that kind of music, who have never ever even heard of him.
Shit, I just looked, and there's 30 more pikes than i have in my playlist right now. 234! How many musicians have ever put out that many releases, ever? I've never seen an Opus or BVW number that high.