okay so this is good, pretty darn good even...
but the guitar tone, occasional veering into wank territory just pops out "extremely generic and shitty post-2010s prog,math,djent,post-rock wank shite" and i shudder sometimes...
lord help me
Absolute make believe.
"but the guitar tone, occasional veering into wank territory just pops out "extremely generic and shitty post-2010s prog,math,djent,post-rock wank shite" and i shudder sometimes..."
You realize this came out in 1977 right?
Digging: Kylie Minogue - Fever
well obviously but the association can't be severed rn
Mediterranean sundance is probs my fav on here so there's that
i kinda get what youre trying to say but this stuff is kinda supposed to be wanky, and its all done well, hes an absolutely brilliant guitar player
You're becoming the Christgau of Sputnik.
med sundance is incredible yaaa
Them eyes are well shifty. Like Carlos the jackal but less trustworthy.
nobody is as bad as christgau tbh
king crimson and black sabbath terribad but weezy best in the game
im barely aware of who that guy is?
"world's greatest music critic" or some shit like that other than that idk and not sure if i should care even
He's a shitty critic who hates jazz fusion and progressive rock/metal.
whoa sounds a lot like me now tbh
nice try christgau
i stopped listening when iron maiden was a 2 and last days of humanity is some of the only good metal around tbh
prog metal def has some cheese fo sho, saying jazz fusion is one of the cheesiest/worst genres is simply a horrendous statement
"jazz fusion and prog metal are two of the cheesiest/worst genres going around"
One day the ersatz shit will be within you.
isnt his crimson king review where he called it ersatz shit or whatever?
was a miserable fool
Yes, that's where he gave their debut an honorable D+ while In the Wake of Poseidon got a C+ for some reason.
harsh noise is a horrendous genre
here we go again
i mean i don't think fusion is cheesy garbage, but i have difficulty enjoying it.
but prog metal is easily one of the lowest points in human history