Billy hasn't been musically relevant for 20 years.
there hasn't been anything musically relevant in 27 years.
What did he do in 2003? Nigga has been irrelevant since the late 90s
This is such a weird/NPC thing to say. Being culturally relevant means nothing when the things that are culturally relevant are fucking shit. Boybands. Indie rock. Lady Gaga. Trap. Reggaeton. Emo-rap. All this crap has been relevant for a while since the late 90s. I'd rather listen to good music like Smashing Pumpkins. Eat a dick zoomers.
>What did he do in 2003?
Released an album with his supergroup Zwan. It was also their only album cause Billy then promptly broke up the band later that year during their world tour off the back of it
For me its Perfect
*saves wrestling in yuor path*
Fuck I've been listening to Siamese Dream over and over for the last few days. Fuck, I forgot how fucking good that album is. Mayonnaise, Cherub Rock, Today, Disarm, Rocket... it's absurdly good
real lightning in a bottle type album, its sad i waited til my mid twenties to check their music out beyond the "hits"
I tried listening to a live show from that era but his voice is intolerable.
Have you tried one of the Metro gigs from 1993? They're pretty good and Billy sounds pretty close to how he did on the album. I get it though, Billy's voice can be a real filter
Hol' up. Here's one of the nights at the Metro. I think they sound pretty good here:
Music has really changed over the years.. Until it stagnated for over 30 years beginning in the 90's. In that stagnation are some gems. The Smashing Pumpkins gave us one of those gems in the form of Siamese Dream.
1920's = Jazz
1930's = Swing
1940's = Big Band
1950's = Doo Wop
1960's = Rock
1970's = Disco
1980's = Electronica
1990's = Rap & Hip Hop
2000's = Rap & Hip Hop
2010's = Rap & Hip Hop
2020's = Rap & Hip Hop
>1990's = Rap & Hip Hop
how? even mainstream rap was fringe in the 90s. alternative rock was the dominant sound through the decade. from grunge to industrial rock to numetal, the decade was largely rock-centered.
>1980's = Electronica
nagger just say you don't know what you're talking about. the 80s had about every single fucking style in existence, a few evolved during the 90s but everything since is an off-shoot of something someone did in the 80s. eat a fucking dick, douchebag.
He’s right about cultural stagnation and negrofication of music for the last 30 years but saying the 1980’s was “electronica” is ridiculous. If there is going to be one genre to associate the 80’s with it’s going to be New Wave or Metal. You are also correct about the 1980’s having a plethora of genres all with equal attention culturally, it was perhaps the finest decade of music.
To be fair New Wave had a lot of early proto-electronica hits. Mind you, so did disco arguably
Exactly, which is why “electronica” as the defining genre of the 80’s isn’t a good representation as it’s too broad. You would typically pick the one with the most overall or most unique cultural impact and that would be New Wave which defined the pop and independent sound of that decade, even down to Christmas songs, which is usually a good indicator as someone always tries to cash in with a Christmas song on whatever the apex sound is.
Oh sure, it was literally just that when I thought of what 80s music was my first thought was New Order, which is basically the bridge between post-punk/new wave and early 90s rave. Fuck it, I'm gonna go listen to Blue Monday, see ya
>so dumb he can't listen to music and browse the internet at the same time
many such cases
I would have thought that Pop ( usually a whole mixture of genres like electro, rock, ballads, synthpop, sort of varies) would have dominated the decade. Of course there's a lot more nuance to it and reducing the 70's to just disco even though it only really became popular in like 77-78(?) doesn't seem right.
He’s not wrong.
he is and you're a homosexual
>In that stagnation are some gems.
I'll add another gem.. Mazzy Star's So Tonight That I Might See
>she knows, she knows, she knows, hoes
Everything he made from his pre-Gish music to Oceania was brilliant, including and especially Machina. Unparalleled genius.
Every time I see this picture I think it's from Full Metal Jacket.
DO YOU SUCK DICKS?
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