I like it. Rush and Floyd and so forth are pretty cool. King Crimson will probably pop up around here sometime.prog rock
I honestly haven't heard much from this genre, but I'm definitely not against it by any means.synthpop
When done right, I love it. I've only heard two full albums from the genre (Eminem's Marshall Mathers LP and Kendrick's To Pimp A Butterfly) but both were great.hiphop
The only Lorde song I've liked is "Royals". Taylor Swift is pretty cool for modern pop, maybe I'll do a full album.Oh? Should I direct you to some Taylor Swift? Lorde, maybe?
Nice, I'll shuffle it in.Check out Diseased's As The Weird Travel on album. It's like Maiden mixed with thrash/death, but not in a Gothenburg melodeath way.
If so, you should do 1989. Not only is it a great pop album filled with huge hits ("Blank Space", "Shake It Off" and "Bad Blood", plus some lesser ones like "Welcome to New York", "Style" and "Wildest Dreams"), but also (as the title implies) a nice throwback to the 1980s pop scene. It was the album that got me into her, and was my favorite of hers until reputation came along in 2017, but for peripheral fans I'd say 1989 is a much easier and more digestible listen.Taylor Swift is pretty cool for modern pop, maybe I'll do a full album.
Alright Marco, it was cool the first time, but please stop singing.
Ugh, goddammit Marco, shut up. Without him, this song could've easily knocked it out of the park, but alas, it's only almost perfect
Marco can also be replaced as a vocalist as far as I'm concerned.
It's very different from their 80's output, kinda like the bridge between those first records and the music Dane and Sheppard made with Nevermore, I suppose. Easily one of my favourite albums of all time.After I saw Sanctuary in Feburary, I listened to this album and I quite liked it. Great suggestion.
Yeah, I think I like it because it's further away from the 80s music, to which I am not nostalgically attached. Obviously I didn't see them with Warrel Dane, but Joseph Michael did a good job.It's very different from their 80's output, kinda like the bridge between those first records and the music Dane and Sheppard made with Nevermore, I suppose. Easily one of my favourite albums of all time.