Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by George, Mar 17, 2016.
The Kill, Oh, and Epic Problem are my favorite Fugazi songs
All ON the Argument lol
The argument and red medicine are in constant clash for my favorite album of theirs, both are perfect to me
This is one of those weeks where i cannot stop listening to the Argument. best album ever.
Red Medicine would like to have a word with you
The Argument is their magnum opus.
Yeah, I can agree with that. But also do you like me and bed for the scraping might be the best opening to any of their albums ever and I personally think Red Medicine was the best of their experimental qualities
The Argument is just next level. Song after song on that record my jaw drops to the ground.
The instrumental bridge section of Epic Problems could be one of the best musical moments ever.
I agree The Argument is the best, but it's a close fought battle.
I go back and forth between the Argument or a tie between 13 Songs and Repeater. Red Medicine has grown on me a lot over the years, but wasn't as immediate of a click as The Argument was and doesn't hold the nostalgia the other two have.
I'll weigh in and say that I listen to Minor Threat a lot more these days, but Fugazi's overall output is among the greatest discographies of all time (not that MT's wasn't) and has a lot more to offer. Both are 10/10 bands, though.
Shut the Door may be my favorite Fugazi tune though. Or Promises.
Still The Argument front to back is perfect.
13 Songs is what I listen to the most, hands down.
Glad everyone in here is praising the Argument. Easily my favorite record of theirs.
I don't think there's a wrong answer to their best album considering how incredible their output, but on an emotional/personal level I never could understand when repeater or 13 songs was called their best. Feel like, at least with the latter, they hadn't yet established their identity, and in the case of the former, it sounds like the peak of a more straightforward sound... but ultimately they had more to offer. Still have a lot of love for both because they were my introductions
I loved playing Repeater on my radio show.
I'm also glad, that when I saw this talked about, that no one is dead from the band. I got worried something happenned.
I never considered that any of them could die til right now what the fuck
Screw you for making me think about the mortality of Ian MacKaye.
Kinda like Alice Cooper and Iggy Pop - actually, both of them died years ago, but no one told them!
Meanwhile, Rollins looks like he could STILL beat the hell out of anyone.
I remember the first time I ever heard Waiting Room. Man, this band was so ahead of their time. So good
Haha that’s awesome
I like that they listed Rites of Spring too.
!!!! holy shit, this is incredible