Thread of Yeezus

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    Re: Thread of Yeezus

    Post by chrondog on Fri Jun 21, 2013 2:32 pm

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    Post by BGwaves on Fri Jun 21, 2013 10:44 pm

    im interested in hearing this but the link is down, anyone interested in sending me a link in a PM? gotchagamin
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    Post by chrondog on Sat Jun 22, 2013 11:24 pm

    monotony wrote:(i listened to the hungarian rock song sampled on the outtro, and all the vocals are already there!)

    way to bury the lede brah this song rules

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    Re: Thread of Yeezus

    Post by chrondog on Sun Jun 23, 2013 6:04 pm

    question: Is "Blood on the Leaves" the most musically/emotionally compelling song on the album in spite of the dissonance of the "Strange Fruit" sample or precisely because of that sample?

    early returns on Yeezus consistently mention how beautiful "Blood on the Leaves" sounds but how juxtaposing the lynching message of "Strange Fruit" with a song about groupie alimony is really fucking confusing. still, the most concrete musical memory i have formed of Yeezus so far is Nina cooing "breeeeeeze" and "bloood on the leavveeeess" with Kanye's autotuned wailing and that soft, beautiful piano. how does a song feel so thoroughly emotionally appropriate yet intellectually garbled? i guess that is the beauty of an "id-monster" of an album like Yeezus.
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    Post by Nick on Sun Jun 23, 2013 10:27 pm

    I can't bring myself to read about this album online any longer.  I'm just happy songs like "Black Skinhead", "I'm In It" and "Blood on the Leaves" exist.  I'm so happy Yeezus exists and that Kanye West made it.
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    Post by Soma on Tue Jul 02, 2013 3:36 pm

    http://thetalkhouse.com/reviews/view/lou-reed
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    Post by reuben on Tue Jul 02, 2013 4:14 pm

    Lou Reed wrote:Still, I have never thought of music as a challenge — you always figure, the audience is at least as smart as you are. You do this because you like it, you think what you're making is beautiful. And if you think it's beautiful, maybe they'll think it's beautiful. When I did Metal Machine Music, New York Times critic John Rockwell said, "This is really challenging." I never thought of it like that. I thought of it like, "Wow, if you like guitars, this is pure guitar, from beginning to end, in all its variations. And you're not stuck to one beat." That's what I thought. Not, "I'm going to challenge you to listen to something I made." I don't think West means that for a second, either. You make stuff because it's what you do and you love it.

     
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    Re: Thread of Yeezus

    Post by Nick on Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:35 am

    Lou Reed understands Yeezy at a deeper level than David Drake.

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