|Albums That Changed How I Think Of Music (Pt. 1?)|
Albums that changed my views on what music is/could be/should be/tries to be/whatever. There's rnot a super-well defined order going on here.
Does this need an explanation?
Because Opeth. This was my first really introduction to more extreme metal, but
the proggyness of this album kept me engaged and took the artistry to a new level.
Some of the ambient takes on Meshuggah-styled rhythms are done with calculator
precision and waving flow.
Like getting your teeth drilled out with a sledgehammer by an epileptic meth addict.
Dark post-rock-esque atmosphere with an overarching plot and unusual structures.
What's not to like?
I recently listened through this a couple times. It's probably one of the most odd,
disjunct, yet organized things I've ever listened to.
This is a choice probably liable to get me shit, but hell, it's a fun record. For all the
rap/rock/nu-metal acts who tried to incorporate hiphop styles in rock, I think
Zebrahead does it best. This album got me into loads of new music, and I still listen
to it every once in a while when I need a few carefree, happy songs.
|3||Nine Inch Nails|
The Downward Spiral
I still think this album has a good argument behind it for being one of the heaviest
albums ever written. This record is pure hate and decay, and it just really resonated
with me the first tine I heard it and I was in a dark place.
Just very unusual in the hip-hop world, at least to me. The diverse infuences of this
album intrigue me.
Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett
This album is pretty weird. Bloops and Bleeps, now with strings for added pleasure!