In reply to Joseph011296, #51:
I dont know what you are talking about, First time I even post in this thread.
What Albums Do You Listen to on Repeat?
#16534139 - 5 years ago
In reply to KarmicJoe, #52:
I agree with you some albums are just only cool songs mashed up but if that is the case it is not a good album maybe it has good songs in it, but an album is how the songs mashed up with each other and it doesnt have to be in the instrumental sense most of the times is in the lyrics which have similarities as the album goes on and tell a story, and if you are listening an album in shuffle its like reading a book from page 23 to page 86 then 24.
But If you cant stand a song you just skip it.
So I can say agree you in some parts
#16534330 - 5 years ago
In reply to Alonsinho, #54:
Then never mind that comment.
I'll agree that some albums have a strong narrative undertone (Magica by Dio comes to mind) but once you've heard an album a few times it just helps to have some randomness.
I would equate it more to reading a series of books, you heard them in order a few times but after the first read you don't want to do it in order again, you just want to read your favorite.
#16534378 - 5 years ago
In reply to Joseph011296, #55:
Yeah, I agree with that completely but I mean when you say Im listening to an album I would assume you are listening the album from 1 to ?.
In other words the experience in my opinion the phrase listening to an album should be reserved from listening songs in order or at least should be that way with amazing artists that make the album in a amazing way. (If you are not doing that you just say, Im listening to some songs from ? album)
I know it sounds completely unnecessary, But they are two completely different experiences.
The Beatles are amazing for this
#16545738 - 5 years ago
I usually don't buy a whole album (when I do, it's for good reason), but I'll have a few songs off an album that I'll never get sick of.
Ocean Eyes by Owl City (Bought in full.)
Maybe I'm Dreaming by Owl City
All Thing Bright and Beautiful by Owl City
The Midsummer Station by Owl City (See a pattern yet?)
Bound by SpellMe
The Power Within by Dragonforce
Ultra Beatdown by Dragonforce
Inhumane Rampage by Dragonforce
Night Visions by Imagine Dragons
The Other Side of Down by David Archuleta (Bought in full.)
Lindsey Stirling by Lindsey Stirling (Bought in full.)
Biatryce Pirate Wench
#16591966 - 5 years ago
This will be really really really long...
- Your Favorite Weapons
- Deja Entendu
My Chemical Romance
- I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love
- Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
- The Black Parade
- Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
Mindless Self Indulgence
- Frankenstein Girls Will Seem Strangely Sexy
From First to Last
- Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count
- The Sufferer and the Witness
- Against the Grain
Story of the Year
- Page Avenue
Blue Sky Black Death
- Slow Burning Lights
- Let it Enfold You
- Full Collapse
- Worship and Tribute
I Hate Myself
- 10 Songs
- From Here to Infirmary
- Burst and Bloom
- The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most
Sleeping With Sirens
- With Ears to See and Eyes to Hear
- Lets Cheers to This
Death Cab for Cutie
- You Can Play These Songs With Chords
Fall Out Boy
- Take This to Your Grave
- From Under the Cork Tree
- My Heart Will Always Be the B-side to My Tongue
Her Space Holiday
- The Young Machines
Saves the Day
- Stay What You Are
- Through Being Cool
- Tonight the Stars Revolt
Taking Back Sunday
- Tell All Your Friends
The Dandy Warhols
-Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia
Reggie and the Full Effect
- Promotional Copy
The Get Up Kids
- Something to Write Home About
- Start Static
- ...Is a Real Boy
- In Defense of the Genre
- All My Friends are Enemies
- Blank Wave Arcade
Self-titled Albums or Compilations
- Straylight Run
- The Smiths
- Billy Joel Greatest Hits
- Queen Greatest Hits
- Best of System of a Down (and other songs not on the album)
- The Cure Greatest Hits
- Rent the Musical
- Star Wars soundtracks
Post edited 4/01/14 3:39AM
#16593775 - 5 years ago
I can listen to "Turn on the Bright Lights" by Interpol over and over again, it's a good one for relaxation, angst, or sleep. It's one of my favorite albums.
Secondly "Flood" by They Might Be Giants is my favorite album of all time, the first album I ever bought, and the single greatest sing-along album I have ever experienced. I love it to death, and every song on it.
Lastly, The RWBY soundtrack has some truly fantastic psych-up songs that I listen to while riding my bike around. It's a good one to be sure. I should check out that RWBY thing at some point, if I only knew where to find it...