5 Albums That Changed The Way You Listened To Music

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  1. rueterj

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    That's respectable, I guess.

    But you can't argue that, from a composition point of view, they aren't musically diverse, because they definitely are.
     
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    Eazy E - Eazy Duz it
    Blink 182 - Greatest Hits

    Cant Think of Any More lol:P
     
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    You really need to look respectively into the genres they create. Really, it's the only way my explanation is applicable.
     
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    sounds silly but was a compilation album that changed my views on music... a smash hits album made me realise how pants pop music really is
     
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    Eazy E - easy does it is also one that made me realise that there are better rappers than tupac biggy etc
     
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    Oceanlab Album
    Tha Carter III
    Not sure of what album it is because he has lots, but Eric Whitacre
     
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    Hot Dog Flavoured Water
    Greatest Hits - The Beatles
     
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    Nevermind - Nirvana
    Greatest Hits - Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Ten - Pearl Jam
    Nothing's Shocking - Jane's Addiction
    Appetite For Destruction - Guns N' Roses
    Nimrod - Green Day
    Gorillaz - Gorillaz
    Sex Bomb Baby - Flipper
    Best of The Doors - The Doors
    Sultans Of Swing - Dire Straits
    The Light At The End Of The Tunnel - The Damned
    Alive 2007 (and Discovery) - Daft Punk
    City Of Evil - Avenged Sevenfold

    There's a ton more I could have posted but these are examples of the abundance of genres that I listen to daily ;)
     
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    Honestly that is not an "abundance of genres", almost every band you listed is mainstream and it doesn't matter if they involve guitars or synthesizers, mainstream music is often similar to other mainstream music.

    Also, this is "5 albums that changed the way you listen to music" not "13 albums you like."
     
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    stfu

    I remembered another album:
    Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head
     
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    First of all these are all different genres. I'll list them out for you if you want.

    Nirvana GRUNGE
    Red Hot Chili Peppers ALTERNATIVE
    Pearl Jam ALTERNATIVE/ROCK
    Jane's Addiction ALTERNATIVE
    Guns N' Roses ROCK
    Green Day PUNK/ROCK
    Gorillaz ELECTRONIC
    Flipper PUNK
    The Doors PSYCHEDELIC ROCK
    Dire Straits ROCK/Almost classic sound
    The Damned PUNK
    Daft Punk ELECTRONIC
    Avenged Sevenfold HEAVY METAL

    and I'll add one more

    Slayer METAL

    Yes, these albums ALL changed the way I listened to music. So fu
     
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    Crap Damned albums and a bunch of crap otherwise. Lame.

    My god, if that's the case and I can name all the albums I wanted to and not enjoy truly thinking in-depth and see what is truly important:

    Dinosaur Jr.'s You're Living All Over Me
    Sonic Youth's Daydream Nation
    Mos Def's Black on Both Sides
    Big Black's Songs About ------ing
    City of Caterpillar - Self-Titled
    Envy - Isomniac Dose
    Fugazi - 13 Songs
    Talking Heads - Remain in Light
    Ornette Coleman - Free Jazz
    Miles Davis - In a Silent Way
    John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
    Boris - Pink
    Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left
    Elliott Smith - XO
    Elliott Smith - Either/Or
    Boredoms - VIsion Creation Newsun
    Can - Ege Bamyasi
    Dinosaur Jr. - Beyond
    Kyuss - Welcome to the Sky Valley
    Faith No More - Angel Dust
    The Damned - Damned Damned Damned
    The Mountain Goats - Tallahassee
    They Might Be Giants - Flood
    FRANK ZAPPA - HOT RATS
    Violent Femmes - Self-Titled
    The Cure - Disintegration
    Wire - Pink Flag
    Wilco - Kicking Television
    Glenn Branca - The Ascension
    Deltron 3030 - Self-titled
    My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
    Mogwai - Rock Action
    Modest Mouse - The Moon & Antarctica
    Merzbow - Dharma
    Melvins - Houdini


    This damn list can go on for days. There's a beauty in condensing it to 5: You define what's really important to you.
     
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    Sublime - 40 oz. to Freedom
    Incubus - Make Yourself
    30 Seconds to Mars - 30 Seconds to Mars
    Michael Franti and Spearhead - Chocolate Supa Highway
    Jurassic 5 - Feedback

    First two basically initiated the basic style of music I listen to because I was first introduced to both when I was a toddler. 30 Seconds to Mars then opened up a whole different style of poetic rock (I guess you would call it?). Roaming around looking for decent modern day reggae I landed upon Michael Franti who in my mind allowed me to explore the likes of Slightly Stoopid, 311, and other mainstream bands that I never really got into. And Jurassic 5 is just ------ing amazing so :D
     
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    Nirvana ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Red Hot Chili Peppers ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Pearl Jam ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Jane's Addiction ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Guns N' Roses ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Green Day ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Gorillaz ROCKY GUITAR/KEYBOARD MUSIC
    Flipper ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    The Doors PSYCHEDELIC ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Dire Straits ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    The Damned ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Daft Punk ROCKY SYNTH MUSIC
    Avenged Sevenfold ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC

    I see no reggae, no grindhouse. I see no dance-ska, no drone metal. I see a bunch of bands that basically lead you into a genre, because they arn't properly different, they are the image that the general public with no musical sense see a genre as. None are original, and none of them are that different to the rest. I would say that's one of the least musically diverse lists I've seen actually.

    And no, none of those bands changed the way you listened to music.

    Oh, I've just realised I havn't listed 5 albums yet. I'll do it tomorrow.
     
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    First of all these are all different genres. I'll list them out for you if you want.

    Nirvana GRUNGE
    Red Hot Chili Peppers ALTERNATIVE
    Pearl Jam ALTERNATIVE/ROCK
    Jane's Addiction ALTERNATIVE
    Guns N' Roses ROCK
    Green Day PUNK/ROCK
    Gorillaz ELECTRONIC
    Flipper PUNK
    The Doors PSYCHEDELIC ROCK
    Dire Straits ROCK/Almost classic sound
    The Damned PUNK
    Daft Punk ELECTRONIC
    Avenged Sevenfold HEAVY METAL

    and I'll add one more

    Slayer METAL

    Yes, these albums ALL changed the way I listened to music. So fu
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    Nirvana ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Red Hot Chili Peppers ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Pearl Jam ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Jane's Addiction ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Guns N' Roses ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Green Day ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Gorillaz ROCKY GUITAR/KEYBOARD MUSIC
    Flipper ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    The Doors PSYCHEDELIC ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Dire Straits ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    The Damned ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Daft Punk ROCKY SYNTH MUSIC
    Avenged Sevenfold ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC

    I see no reggae, no grindhouse. I see no dance-ska, no drone metal. I see a bunch of bands that basically lead you into a genre, because they arn't properly different, they are the image that the general public with no musical sense see a genre as. None are original, and none of them are that different to the rest. I would say that's one of the least musically diverse lists I've seen actually.

    And no, none of those bands changed the way you listened to music.

    Oh, I've just realised I havn't listed 5 albums yet. I'll do it tomorrow.
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    Oh I see, so because they involve a guitar they're all the same.. That makes perfect sense.

    How the ------ would you know the bands didn't change the way I listened to music? Do you know me, you ------ing stalking me?

    I don't follow ANY of these bands because of popularity, but purely because I like the sound of their music. How do you know these don't impact or relate to my life? I'm not an ignorant person who listens to music because it makes me feel cool or gets me friends. I listen because I LOVE it man. If I could have been bothered I would have posted ALL the bands I listen to and this wouldn't have started.

    And you're telling me I have no musical sense? You sound like one of those retards who thinks heavy metal is ---- because its just "screaming and noise". I'm sorry I don't listen to ----- dance and grind house, get used to it not everyone hears music the same just like people see art differently.
     

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