Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Marx&Recreation, Aug 23, 2021.
Beggars rules too
I love most of them except Voodoo Lounge, I tend to listen to live stuff more than the albums tho.
and lately I’ve been listening to rehearsals while I work:
actually this is easily my most returned to single stones cut
Sticky Fingers and Exile are iconic. I have a lot of fun with Satanic Majesties as well with them on their weird shit
Sticky Fingers is definitely my favorite Stones record.
I find myself listening to Their Satanic Majesties Request a lot lately though
let it bleed
Do y'all 70's Stones homies dip into the later years? Steel Wheels is right up there
What's your favorite genre?
Hmm I’d probably say good music. You?
Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs List • forum.chorus.fm
“He finally stopped playing ‘Teen Spirit’ for good — taking his own life on April 5th, 1994.”
The Otis Redding writeup is wild too. Why do we need to know he was still strapped in????
“Dreams” getting a huge bump clearly largely because it was part of a meme is funny
But is Trina's "Do You Want Me?" on there?
it's definitely interesting seeing the changes, but there are so many VAST changes
I stumbled onto this band called The Book of Love during my 80s listening binge. Really good stuff. Synthpop band from Philly!
This is a great find
Listening to Automatic for the People today and it is really really working for me. What a fucking awesome band R.E.M. was.
I was kinda shocked how good that album is. I also think A Bigger Bang is far better than it has any right to be
Most albums should be max 10 tracks and/or ~45min long.
Double albums should be outlawed
There's a new member of Hololive that is a pop punk fan. Sang State Champs and The Wonder Years in karaoke on her latest stream.
what in the world