Which ones have you listened to, Sup Forums? Is this a generally good chart?

Jack Cooper
Jack Cooper

Which ones have you listened to, Sup Forums? Is this a generally good chart?

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Ayden Richardson
Ayden Richardson

most of them

Jackson Barnes
Jackson Barnes

I haven't listened to a single one from the rap section.

Mason Myers
Mason Myers

Sup Forumscore > bleeps > sub-Sup Forumscore >>>>> rest is shit

Alexander Rodriguez
Alexander Rodriguez

I don't think this is quite up to date but whatever

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Andrew Davis
Andrew Davis

then you cant comment on any of it

Jace Campbell
Jace Campbell

Bump, this is interesting.

Asher Long
Asher Long

explain why meriweather post pavillion is mucore instead of spirits theyve gone spirit thev vanished

Cooper Cox
Cooper Cox

bait

Jose Ortiz
Jose Ortiz

here is my thing. i'm not very good at branching out genre-wise.

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Adam Parker
Adam Parker

At least listen to Kind of Blue, user.

Carter Rivera
Carter Rivera

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Gabriel Foster
Gabriel Foster

There's less than 30 albums I've not heard there

Were you on Sup Forums when the album was released?

Jacob Diaz
Jacob Diaz

I like the addition of American Football into the essential Sup Forums core bit. very well chosen Sup Forums core a bit of every genre is there me likey

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Jordan Allen
Jordan Allen

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Ian Gray
Ian Gray

Redpill me on any essentials I haven't heard, anons

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Jayden Myers
Jayden Myers

forgot to cross out Songs About Fucking

Jace King
Jace King

It depends on what you liked. What were your 10 favorites off here?

Levi James
Levi James

don't like nick drake? wtf is wrong with you

Tyler Rivera
Tyler Rivera

Where do I go from here?

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Easton Jones
Easton Jones

first post a bigger pic, then listen to stereolab, faust, then boredoms, then obscura, then none so vile

Blake Cox
Blake Cox

oh and listen to murmuure you'll like it

Chase Cook
Chase Cook

spbp

James Reed
James Reed

there are some great albums in bleeps but it's still the worst section

Isaac Sanchez
Isaac Sanchez

Go listen to ItCotCK right now

Juan Martinez
Juan Martinez

How the fuck are you all this new?

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Nathan Myers
Nathan Myers

Based GrimesCuck.

Gavin Murphy
Gavin Murphy

Seems I've listened to quite a lot! Please rec me bleeps.

Yes, it's generally a good chart but there are always gonna be some albums you don't like and plenty you don't love, even if lots of other people love em

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John Harris
John Harris

Just realised I haven't listened to much on this chart, is it worth trying to listen to everything specifically on the chart?

Camden Smith
Camden Smith

Dude you need to listen to the Suicide album, I think you'd love it.

Isaac Ward
Isaac Ward

Holy shit someone on this board rec'd Suicide and meant the band. Thanks, I'll check it out

Jeremiah Russell
Jeremiah Russell

The jazz section is good. There's a lot of good albums in the subcore and classic sections, but also some bad ones, of course

Elijah Cook
Elijah Cook

what do

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Evan Butler
Evan Butler

Jesus dude listen to some music

Kevin Cox
Kevin Cox

i've lived on bandcamp too long, i'm only now starting on that path

Noah Collins
Noah Collins

Yeah fair enough I'm sure you've got a lot of cool obscurer recs. Still, there's a lot of great stuff in the classics section and you've basically not touched it at all!

Oliver Long
Oliver Long

I know, and I do regret it now that I've listened to at least some I never did from the other sections. My top priorities are the rest of Bowie, all of Radiohead, all of Pink Floyd, more classic hip-hop and bleeps.

Benjamin Moore
Benjamin Moore

Its okay. I generally find more success by just sticking to subgenres.

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Noah Diaz
Noah Diaz

What's to regret? You've got a vast expanse of great music to discover!

Ethan Lopez
Ethan Lopez

listen to this instead

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Ryder Ross
Ryder Ross

Well, mostly that I could've had music to help me through the worst times in my life, but instead I left myself to sift alone through that in silence. Now my music is the only thing keeping these times from feeling even worse. But yeah you're right, never too late.

Julian Clark
Julian Clark

Based Scaruffiposter.

Isaiah Robinson
Isaiah Robinson

Oh sorry to hear that. Hope things get better for you

Asher Lee
Asher Lee

Thanks, man. I'm sure they will.

Ian Taylor
Ian Taylor

What Radiohead have you checked out so far? What's been your fave?

Benjamin Kelly
Benjamin Kelly

Oh, right now I am listening to more Animal Collective, of which my favorite so far is still Spirit They've Vanished. Radiohead is next so I'll get back to you on that.

Xavier Harris
Xavier Harris

Well those are my two favourite bands so good picks all around! Also Spirit is my fave AnCo album. Good taste my friend

Brody Edwards
Brody Edwards

onions

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Colton Barnes
Colton Barnes

how'd i do?
recs?

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Chase Cox
Chase Cox

Dude, Spiderland is fantastic. And TMR is actually a really fun listen every now and again. Way better than MBDTF anyway

Jackson Powell
Jackson Powell

fuck forgot to check safe as milk off the right hand chart, i have listened to it though

Leo Flores
Leo Flores

howlin wolf and Cul-de-sac: china gate

Blake White
Blake White

Well you listened to all the jazz, so you did well.
This is me... Please rec me bleeps

William King
William King

I once listened to the entire mu/core/ chart but that was years ago and not this updated one, of the most recent one, these are all the ones I've listened to and it's okay, I think they are good starter albums, most have nothing to do with this board and they are just starter albums everywhere which is why it's so easy to listen to all of them and generally I expect to get to most of these naturally some day through the other projects I go through rather than this chart specifically

If you want the most interesting or specific recs that you may not get anywhere else, you have to go to the more specific charts like essential albums from Poland or essential poseurcore or essential post-punk, that sort of stuff

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Daniel White
Daniel White

i'd say squarepusher-hard normal daddy
that venetian snares album
gas-pop
are all good and pretty easy to get into even if you're not into bleeps already

Samuel Adams
Samuel Adams

This board loves the band (for good reason)

Jayden Davis
Jayden Davis

Thanks, saving those now!

Isaiah Powell
Isaiah Powell

It was a pretty good album, I'll definitely be relistening

Hunter Clark
Hunter Clark

listen to sea change right now you fuck

Nathaniel Nelson
Nathaniel Nelson

I've got a lot to get through on this chart

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Grayson Hill
Grayson Hill

go and listen to popol vuh-hosianna mantra
you can thank me later

Dominic Cruz
Dominic Cruz

own it on viynl, my dude

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Easton Roberts
Easton Roberts

I want cancer of everything

Grayson Moore
Grayson Moore

good man, one of the greatest albums ever made

Bentley Sullivan
Bentley Sullivan

This but unironically.

Mason Morales
Mason Morales

no irony here my man, its beautiful start to finish

Zachary Clark
Zachary Clark

rec me

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Landon Ortiz
Landon Ortiz

Honestly, your ignoring of any old music is so disgusting I don't know where to begin

Austin Murphy
Austin Murphy

Thats pretty interesting
I've never seen someone dishing out so many 10s

Good for you I guess

Xavier Rogers
Xavier Rogers

Too many recs there desu
Lift Yr Skinny Fists
Spiderland
Velvet Underground and Nico
Remain in Light
Pet Sounds
Ok Computer
Deathconsciousness
Repeater
Homogenic
The Seer
Turn on the Bright Lights
Songs of Leonard Cohen
Ziggy Stardust
Low
Sister
Exuma
Faust
Hot Rats
Songs About Fucking
The Infamous
Shape of Jazz to Come
Brilliant Corners
Lanquidity
Black Saint and Sinner Lady
Out to Lunch
Karma
Spiritual Unity
Machine Gun
Waltz for Debbie
Bitches Brew
Journey in Satchidananda
Idle Moments
Ask the Ages
Red Clay
Filosofem

Noah Nguyen
Noah Nguyen

so many 10s and only 3 scores less than 5

Grayson Turner
Grayson Turner

Sorry for the autistic colouring I'm on my phone

All in all mu-core and sub-mu-core have some pretty great albums

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Matthew Long
Matthew Long

Listen to jazz. Copying my recs from above
Shape of Jazz to Come
Brilliant Corners
Lanquidity
Black Saint and Sinner Lady
Out to Lunch
Karma
Spiritual Unity
Machine Gun
Waltz for Debbie
Bitches Brew
Journey in Satchidananda
Idle Moments
Ask the Ages
Red Clay

Lincoln Smith
Lincoln Smith

this version of the chart is much better than previous versions

heard all that
still hasn't listened to trnbwa

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Brandon Gomez
Brandon Gomez

*blocks your path*

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James Roberts
James Roberts

bleep pleb coming through

I'll take recs I guess

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Hudson Reyes
Hudson Reyes

most of the best albums on here are already in the classics section of the op chart i'm pretty sure

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Jordan Myers
Jordan Myers

sonic youth

Cooper Wright
Cooper Wright

not listening to Bob Dylan
Disgusting

Luis Sanchez
Luis Sanchez

Listen to Neubauten (though Kollaps and Zeichnengen are better albums and should be listened to before Mensch)...also Power, Corruption & Lies is one of the best pop albums of the 80's

Nathaniel Collins
Nathaniel Collins

Gonna listen to them later, thanks fellas

Luis Ramirez
Luis Ramirez

All the ones I've listened to. Might feel like listening to some of the jazz and electronic ones I haven't yet, but other than that I'm good.

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Ayden Wood
Ayden Wood

Speak No Evil and Red Clay are worth listening to.

Jason Roberts
Jason Roberts

i dont see the division bell

Levi Brooks
Levi Brooks

I'm afraid of music
Kill yourself, you've deliberately avoided some pretty major albums

Ian Reyes
Ian Reyes

i've never heard anyone talk about geek the girl on this board before. mega underrated album.

Jason Sanchez
Jason Sanchez

trips and i force myself to do this entire list this month

Gavin James
Gavin James

refusing to listen to mercury rev, the doors, pil, minutemen and the residents
faggot

Noah Carter
Noah Carter

Should clarify that those are just the ones I've heard start to finish. Many I've listened to some of and just didn't care for what I heard and didn't listen all the way through.

John Howard
John Howard

Roll.

Liam Kelly
Liam Kelly

see

I agree, I think it's just weird because it's Scaruffi-core but does not at all fit in with the rest so nobody talks about it in that context and nobody really talks about female artists from the 90's because they think the first female solo artist was Bjork and then nobody else came around until 2007

Christopher Robinson
Christopher Robinson

Wowtism

William Phillips
William Phillips

That's actually worse

Blake Gray
Blake Gray

Don't see the Mercury Rev or PiL albums on there that aren't checked off, but I've listened to Mercury Rev and like them. PiL was alright from the couple albums I heard, but nothing worth revisiting for me.

Matthew Long
Matthew Long

I've listened to most of them and I'm still dead inside. Music is a meme

Thomas Lewis
Thomas Lewis

*blocks your path*

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Asher Miller
Asher Miller

you guys who have listened to a lot of the chart, did you consciously go through the chart and listen to it, or have you just happened to have heard a lot of it

Anthony Smith
Anthony Smith

Anything essential I'm particularly missing out on? I should notice at least half of these albums I have listened to other full albums by the artist, just not the one in the pic yet.

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Ryan Long
Ryan Long

Bit of both to be honest, I'm probably a major outlier but I've got like dozens of in-depth lists and pics saved from a number of large resources and have slowly been going through them all for over a decade (before I ever found this place), but it's very much a mood thing, I just pick whichever chart or list that week or day that I want to look more into, that way I don't feel restricted and always free to change my mind on what I want to hear next

When I was younger and listened to much more music and Sup Forums was actually a good board, it was easier to prioritize the Sup Forums charts but also, it's natural to prioritize the albums that are on the most charts because it's like killing multiple birds with one stone so a chart as generic as this essentials is pretty easy to prioritize because most of these albums are recommended everywhere

Grayson Wright
Grayson Wright

would you care to share these lists and pics in a mega or something?

Luis Scott
Luis Scott

I've just listened to a lot of music and I've been on Sup Forums for a really long time, pre-Sup Forumscore, so I was listening to some of it as it was becoming part of the ongoing conversation.

Jordan Miller
Jordan Miller

Wew, relax user, gj anyway. Third Ear Band - Elements

Brayden Flores
Brayden Flores

Dud plz, go listen to Captain Beefheart rn.

Jason Thomas
Jason Thomas

Honestly less than 25%

Although I've listened to all hip-hop section

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Dylan Rogers
Dylan Rogers

I'm more of a guy
also metal

Christopher Hill
Christopher Hill

All of the lists are scattered and edited and shit, lots of images that are full of me erasing the albums I've heard and stuff and then deleting them after I've heard everything and just lots of lists I wrote up in documents and erased as I went through them

My recommendation to do something similar is to simply start saving things that interest you and going through them as time and interest allows, the most important thing I ever did was one of the very first things I saved was the albums (and songs) for every single individual year on acclaimedmusic.net (which back then meant nothing from the 10's and way less songs)

It really is all the most acclaimed stuff that people talk about and expect you to be familiar with, and then as you familiarize yourself with certain years and eras, you can start digging into the obscure stuff from those genres, years and artists and the entry-level stuff becomes less important as you develop more of your own taste in everything but at least then you can engage in conversations about them when they come up (as they always will)

My main ways of finding new music every week is searching by year (I've basically heard at least 75 albums from every year since the mid-60's to the 00's and a few hundred from the 50's and earlier), by country (I've heard some music from 80% of the countries in the world and am always looking for more from countries I feel I am not familiar enough with) or by genre (this is where the charts from Sup Forums were most useful, I believe there's a site that has saved a lot of those images, I think it's linked in the sticky).

Gabriel Ramirez
Gabriel Ramirez

forgot pic
I don't follow these charts at all

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Juan Morris
Juan Morris

Ok, so I listened to Kid A, OK Computer, OK Computer again (OKNOTOK ver.), and A Moon Shaped Pool. Kid A was my favorite of the first listens. I guess in general I'm a sucker for bleep bloops and noise in non-bleep bloop or noise albums. Also the brass on The National Anthem wwwow

Lincoln Morales
Lincoln Morales

sorry actually just the extra exclusive tracks on OKNOTOK

Justin Diaz
Justin Diaz

if you really liked kid a you should check out amnesiac, i think i'm right in saying they were recorded at the same time and amnesiac has even more bleep bloops

Brandon Long
Brandon Long

hmmm

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Kayden Cruz
Kayden Cruz

Red: Liked it
Blue: Loved it
Green Didn't like it
Black: Hated it

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Nolan Torres
Nolan Torres

Safe as Milk > Trout Mask Replica

Jackson Price
Jackson Price

For all who don't have much in /bleep/ checked off, try Amon Tobin's Bricolage. I don't see it checked off very often

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