Deaner's guitar solo's are legendary on this btw, a must listen if you like Ween
I think it's the simplicity of it that turns it into such a personal listening experience. Every dynamic, every chord change, transition from quiet to loud are all based on pure feeling. It exposes the personal topics even more. He talks about feelings of isolation, depersonalization ... read more
Pink Floyd is a band I don't talk about often, but they do have a lot of emotional value to me. They're the perfect band to listen to when you just want to dissociate for a while. It's easy to get lost in their psychedelic soundscapes, and just think about life.
That melancholy and slight existential dread is perfectly captured on Meddle. The first half of the album is easy on the ear, and almost feels like home. Even Seamus, the most ... read more
So, I've always loved this album. It's weird, mysterious, colorful and hilarious at the same time. But it recently hit me how much I truly love it. It just perfectly hits the mark of everything I look for in an album: it has a very immersive and consistent concept, where it feels as if you're swimming through never ending waves of oceanic sounds, cool sea breezes and whales with polka dot tails. It constantly innovates on itself, ... read more
Well, surprisingly good actually. Really good to be honest. I'm surprised of how much I enjoyed this. Hearing this album played with trumpets and syncopated beats gives a very different perspective on this classic. It made me appreciate the original album in a different way. The genius compositions are still just as powerful here, and I realize now how unique Radiohead's song ... read more