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8. Jul. 2014, 3:16 von davidwave4Oh dear, this list is gonna kill me.
How do I define a classic? Well, it's really all about the way the music comes off. To me, a classic is an album that advances or redefines a genre of music, or heavily influences the way people listen to music.
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James Blake's debut album is simple to define as a classic, the genre of dubstep or even soul music will never be the same following this release. With artists like Drake, Trey Songz and even Gil Scott-Heron and Bobby Womack being influenced by Blake's minimalist foray into electrosoul, the album's had a lasting effect on the genres of electronic music and R&B/soul. Whatever the genre name, there's no doubt that whether or not you liked Blake's album, the very fact that it exists is gamechanging in many ways.
For Trilogy, the same is true. Picking up where artists like Portishead and Tricky left off, Tesfaye and Co. …
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2. Aug. 2013, 3:05 von rickmusThis list as its main purpose is know abou some electronic albums that have change the way of making music in the genre and see how the same genre has been evoled by the pass of the time.
The list includes not just electronic as it is, it has a broad range of electronic-related styles including the following ones: early synthesizer music, krautrock, progressive electronic, ambient, synth pop, industrial, Euro disco, Hi-NRG, boogie, electro, freestyle, house, techno, Miami bass, alternative dance, trip-hop/downtempo, acid jazz, hardcore, jungle/drum & bass, trance, big beat, indietronica, etc.
1. !!! - Louden Up Now (2004)
2. 2 Live Crew - As Nasty As They Wanna Be (1989)
3. 2 Live Crew - Is What We Are (1986)
4. 4hero - Parallel Universe (1995)
5. 4hero - Two Pages (1998)
6. 808 State - ex:el (1991)
7. 808 State - Newbuild (1988)
8. 808 State - Utd. State 90 (1990)
19. Mär. 2013, 5:31 von beasddHere are my favorite albums from different genres:
1) The Lawrence Arms - The Greatest Story Ever Told
2) Saves the Day - Through Being Cool
3) Blink 182 - Blink 182
1) The Appleseed Cast - Low Level Owl Vol. 1/Low Level Owl Vol. 2
2) Minus the Bear - Planet of Ice
3) Modest Mouse - The Moon and Antarctica
1) Circa Surive - Juturna
2) Coheed and Cambria - In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3
3) The Fall of Troy - Doppelgänger
1) Bear vs. Shark - Terrorhawk
2) Cursive - Domestica
3) Bear vs. Shark - Right Now, You're In The Best Of Hands...
1) Washed Out - Within and Without
2) Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavillion
3) Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow
1) Flying Lotus - Until the Quiet Comes
2) Tycho - Dive
3) Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma
Nas - Illmatic
The Lawrence Arms - Cocktails & Dreams &…
16. Jan. 2013, 22:51 von ludovicc
22. Dez. 2012, 7:14 von davygrohlIt's that magical time of year: List Season! I get all warm and fuzzy inside reading different website's end of year music lists, and I figured I better get on with making my own. Once again I've kept a list of all the new music I've added in 2012 in a list in my iTunes library. Last year's experience was great, but it's a credit to this year when I say I think this list is better than my first one. Overall, from songs to albums to concerts it's been a superb year. Like I said last year, I hardly claim this is a "Best Of" list, seeing as I dislike entire genres of music, and don't have enough time to listen to a great many releases from the genres I do like. Therefore, this is a list of MY favorite music from 2012. Enjoy!
Top 25 Albums
25. Fang Island - Major
I like each and every song on this album. Genuinely, I think the guys in Fang Island wrote some great jams. Seek It Out, Never Understand, and Asunder immediately jump to mind. …