Tom Waits’s voice in “The Neighborhood” is my new favorite thing.
Smooth, easygoing jazz.
Enjoyed this one. PJ’s seemingly odd and occultist personality really comes through in her own perception of love.
Classic Hip-Hop. Definitely see its impact with the Rock & Roll genre, especially their collaboration with Aerosmith. Felt like the strongest songs were in the beginning though, and the latter half were alright.
Some nice classics. “Anything Goes” and “You Make Me Feel So Young” feel pretty timeless in all honesty. Pretty consistent tunes, nothing drowning the others out.
Actually my second time listening to this album. Think I enjoyed it more on the first listen, but it came and go, not overstaying it’s welcome but not giving a whole lot either.
Was fine, maybe overhyped although maybe I’m listening to it in the wrong setting (on my own instead of at a party or something ). There’s something about the beats that drown out the vocals in songs that lower my ability to hear what the rappers are saying, not to mention being nit picky about some lines. Liked the 911 song, but even the best tracks weren’t that memorable for me.
Really enjoyed this album. Can definitely see their appeal.
Love it. Especially the moody atmosphere, the dampened undertones, and the feeling of playing the album on a late weekday night. Smith’s voices comes out pretty clearly and demands my attention.
Was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed this. I didn’t think much of it at first since I just expected UK House and Dance, but Elizabeth Troy’s vocals won me over. Made me invested in the deluxe version of the album.
Fairly good. Much preferred the B Side over A Side, namely because of ‘Mrs. Robinson’. Most of the album didn’t really grab my attention but that song and ‘A Hazy Shade of Winter’ were memorable.
Really enjoyed this album. Definitely felt like an early pioneer of the pop punk sound and I’m all here for it.
Very enjoyable listen. Love the atmospheric transitions of the first song (lasting for 20 minutes) while the other shorter songs made memorable hooks.
Enjoyed immensely. Just the subtle, calm feeling of the moods and lyrics warmed me over pretty well.
Interesting blend of jazz and pop that feels like a pioneer for modern songwriting. Steady, yet provocative.
Didn’t care much for Brown Sugar, but really enjoyed everything else, especially the country cuts off the album.
Really enjoyed this album.
Nice set of classics.
Steady, liked some parts better than others but felt like loud noise for the most part.