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MeetyourUnmaker, May 27, 2016 in Everything Else
...I Care Because You Do by Aphex Twin
Bucket Head: Electric Tears
MrGlide said:Bucket Head: Electric Tears
That's awesome man, you're a BH fan aswell? How could I forget about Electric Tears... Padmasana can make anyone shed a tear lol.
Hell, that's a hard choice, so here's a list of some of my favorites from the top of my head:
Council of Nine - Diagnosis
Mechina - Progenitor
Apocryphos & Kammarheit & Atrium Carceri - Onyx
For legitimate beauty I would have to say Ghosts I - IV by Nine Inch Nails.
Though I think it's equally matched by The Downward Spiral, but for different and darker reasons.
Meat Puppets II comes to mind, it's this weird down-to-earth sloppy type of music that I just understand.
My bloody Valentine - Loveless
It's always a toss up between Kanye West- My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and Neutral Milk Hotel's In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
Led Zeppelin "II"
Morbid Angel "Formulas Fatal To Flesh"
plums said:Woah, nice choice, cool to see a Chelsea Wolfe fan here.
Woah, nice choice, cool to see a Chelsea Wolfe fan here.
I adore her work and own a bunch of her merch.
While I'm at it, pretty much any Birthday Massacre album is also amazing.
Woods Of Ypres - Against The Seasons
Godspeed You Black Emperor! - F# A# ∞
Orbital - In Sides.
Their other albums as well (90's > 00's for length/beauty), but this one definitely wins.
Electric Tears is a very nice choice I think. In the 10th grade I had it on my iPod and I would sometimes sneakingly listen to it during classes because it was so good.
F# A# ∞ is amazing too but I rarely listen to it because this kind of music can affect my mood too much and I don't always feel like I'm ready to have it playing in my head for the rest of the day. Also these weird cries at the end of East Hastings are the creepiest thing ever.
I'll be alternative, as always.
iamamiwhoami -- Blue, the best album out there.
George Winston - Summer
Most beautiful? The Songs Of Distant Earth by Mike Oldfield, a synth-backed guitar-led instrumental album based on the book of the same name by Arthur C. Clarke.
King Diamond - Abigail
So many great riffs and solos.
Any album done by Karen Carpenter. Her voice mesmerizes me.
RUSH said:Led Zeppelin - IV (the untitled album) from 1971.
Led Zeppelin - IV (the untitled album) from 1971.
I think Going to California is the prettiest song on that album.
Ride a white mare in the footsteps of dawn.
Tryin' to find a woman who's never, never, never been born.
Stabbing Westward - Darkest Day's.
Weird taste? What the fuck? Rising is an amazing album. I just wouldn't call it beautiful, powerful? Yes I would call it that, and Cozy's drumming goes in hard. To add to my list I would have to say Candlemass' first five albums, can't believe I forgot them and Rubber Soul.
For me, Connected by Care of Night.
Framework by Work of Art comes close.
Just listened to Animals by Pink Floyd, totally a underrated album in my point of view. Pigs (Three Different Ones) has to be the best out of that album, but I love it as a whole as well. But Pigs has to be the start for The Wall era, for sure.
"You fucked up old hag, ha ha, charade you are".
ChekaAgent said:Godspeed You Black Emperor! - F# A# ∞
Preach it! Although I'd go with Lift Your Skinny Fists myself. Smash capitalism! Burn down banks!
Wish you were here
(I would've said the wall, but there are some weird parts so I can't really call it "beautiful"
YOU CANT HAVE PUDDING IF YE DONT EAT YE MEAT
I don't see how The Wall is weird. Roger Waters just has a sense of humor. I'd call it beautiful for the sake of "Nobody Home" and "Vera". Comfortably Numb is totally beautiful.
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