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Discovery by Daft Punk
Never heard a bad word about on DIS...
I'm that guy!
(I never get to be that guy in these threads)
went to see the live as well. yaaaaawn.
(there you go).
MAYBE, he was taking the piss?
The huge sales is a proof.
Harvest - Neil Young
Born to run - Bruce Springsteen
Introducing - Dj shadow
and Monster of starting university. Living your life through a band.
if you still dislike them then there is not one hope
Boring,middle of the road shite.
The percent of haters is very low. Basically everyone likes it, more or less.
although I still Loaded is one of the worst things I've ever heard.
It's one of the very few songs that as soon as I hear that sample and the first blast of the trumpet, the radio goes off.
It's impossible to not like this album. At least half of it.
but I can never remember which is which. Think Innervisions is the good one.
I've seen so many good reviews from critics and fans that I can assume that practically everyone likes it. There are of course few listeners not impressed, but the huge majority likes it a lot.
A lot of my friends like this album. Also a lot of electronic music fans and critics appreciate the album.
Witching Hour is almost flawless. "High Rise" could be the best intro song ever. The album includes the magnificent "Destroy Everything You Touch". TV on the Radio were inspired a lot by "International Dateline" for their best known song, "Wolf Like Me". "Beauty*2" is an overwhelming beautiful song. And so on. You can't ask for more.
Ladytron - "International Dateline" (recorded in 2004, released in 2005): http://vimeo.com/32153575 (the video on Youtube is blocked my country)
TV on the Radio - "Wolf Like Me" (released in 2006): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03hC_Ml8aAM
Pay attention to instrumental parts. The similarities are VERY obvious. Q.E.D.
Should make babies and humiliate yourselves together.
Two facts: 1. Haters gonna hate. 2. You suck.
No proof needed
So, it seems the proof is needed:
of the suggestions so far are proving that the word practically is very important in this thread header
Different Class changed Pulp from being a band for losers (like me) into a cool band for cool people and the masses.
* everyone who is a fan of electronic music
If you don't like it, you just don't appreciate/understand their style of face-shredding. So everyone who 'gets it', likes it. Not a criticism: I haven't heard of a single hardcore fan who didn't like it.
(You Fail Me was better though WHAT)
Literally never met anyone who disliked this album
Never ever played this to someone and they've turned round and said, 'that's a bit shit isn't it'.
Hard science that
at least you'd know not to bother speaking to them again. They would either have no taste, no soul or just be desperately trying to be hip.
I think you mean a trumpet.
anywayyyyyyy...I've listened to Kind of Blue, Bitches Brew, and Sketches of Spain and I have come to the conclusion that Miles Davis is v v dull.
there's no one that doesn't.
until I heard Kind of Blue. It's opened so many doors for me since first hearing it.
It always gets the party started.
rum sodomy and the lash by the pogues
The topic title is "Albums that practically everyone likes". With such album title I guess that "everyone" part is not accurate. Would your mother (she's part of "everyone") listen to that album?
more than i do probably. i don't think i know any real people who would be put off listening to something because the album title is a bit rude or unpleasant. would be a bit like not reading a book if it had war in it, no?
it's a superb record bud, i'd really recommend you listening to it. the album title is from a winston churchill quote, although i'm sure there is a large undercurrent of ladbanting, which i'm presuming is what you disliked, in their appropriating of it.
sub clauses all up in this bitch.
I will listen to some songs.
can't think of many better songs then a pair of brown eyes though.
Surely you can't hate such a work of staggering genius?!
Cue everybody saying Da Capo is better... ;-)
I'd agree it's better than Da Capo, although I love Da Capo as well.
My worst nightmare is being tied to a chair & made to listen to Portishead. Or Massive Attack.
but I don't like them.
Her "Debut" album is more accessible
purely in terms of every household has a copy of it somewhere.
Otherwise is there anyone alive who genuinely takes exception to listening to Explosions In The Sky's 'The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place'?
it has longer tunes and a freakout at the end! People hate that stuff sometimes!
Though they may only like the single.
Wire- Pink Flag
Mission of Burma- Signals, Calls, and Marches (yes, I know it's an EP)
Mission of Burma- Vs.
It is indeed rare that you meet someone who doesn't like Mission of Burma's Signals, Calls & Marches EP.
One of the most appreciated albums ever. What a debut!