Your Unpopular Opinions In Music

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  1. Captain-EO

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    How dare you trash With You like that boi I'm comin for you
     
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    The Red Album is one of the best things Weezer has done post-Pinkerton, and is highly underrated. Also, Pacific Daydream is greatness.
     
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    Is it true that's the way you FEEEELLLL? :kappa:
     
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    Yeah, promised by me sockin' ya face :kappa:
     
  5. Modern Guitar God

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    Future influenced a lot of music, directly or indirectly, for the past several years. I try to say that objectively as possible because I know a lot of people will try to discredit this.
     
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    I said it back around 2016-2017 on here, Future is a legend and an influential rapper when looking at the 2010s.
     
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    The studio recording of Don’t Let Me Down by The Beatles is better than the rooftop performance.
     
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    Precisely! oh man, I heart the Beatles.
     
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    The 2nd Law is one of Muse’s best records.
     
  10. Modern Guitar God

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    Coldplay would've had a great legacy if it wasn't for Chris Martin's idiotic commercial pop curiosities later in their career.
     
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    Lost In The Echo didnt aged bad.
     
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    Which songs would you point to in particular? I know songs like "Something Just Like This" immediately jump to mind for me (and is really the atrocious outsider on what is otherwise a very solid EP).
     
  13. Modern Guitar God

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    I think most of the stuff after VLV, they gradually progressed into a pop sound. Almost all of AHFOD is like that to me. I think their potential is stifled by Chris Martin’s fascination with big pop music. I know I sound like a boomer or stupid rock fan. I like pop music too. It’s hard to explain my criticism without sounding really simple and like I’m overgeneralizing.

    I could just be romanticizing the past though. I know some members on here have had issues with me not liking later LP because emotionally or psychologically (trauma) I can’t connect. That’s crossing my personal boundary a lot with those passive aggressive digs at me. I digress though.
     
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    Yeah tbh, I don't find myself returning to really any of AHFOD. I still hold Mylo Xyloto in high regards, tho. Imo, that's the bands best venture into a modern pop sound.

    I mean, I think I hold nostalgia for a lot of music that came out 2010-2015. Mylo Xyloto, Living Things, the first Bastille album, the first Lorde album, the first Imagine Dragons album, etc. It's just the way it is
     
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    The most important things to me in music as a music listener are empathy, beauty, and honesty. Everything else is just a plus. I pass on a lot of music if I don’t connect with these things. And they don’t have to come in a pleasant or soft way, empathy in music comes in various emotions. I think this also applies to my relationship with film, art, video games.

    I put this in unpopular because I think a lot of listeners don’t care about those things and that’s fine. There’s no judgment from me. That’s what makes music a great thing.
     

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