Great for either having in the background while working or actively listening to. I find myself bobbing my head to the beats.
I'm not really feeling any of the tunes except for Tiger In Your Tank.
This album is such a ride. It's got vibes ranging from 90's euro pop to 60's folk to soul to classical to trippy futuristic sci-fi (looking at you, Neon Gumbo). As a whole it feels very experimental, but it's the kind where I can't tell if it is done as a result of genuine artistic choice or as a result of wanting to be unique. Wondaland is one of those songs that I find catchy and am secretly into but don't want to admit the fact. Ngl, the percussion reminds me a lot of the Futurama theme. Oh, Maker has the chill yet melancholy overtone in its instrumental I'm looking for this autumn, but I think the vocalising ruins that. So I'm torn between a 3-star and 4-star rating but since I find Wondaland good enough to go ahead and admit I'm fond of it, I'll give it that 4.
This is distracting noise, not music. It can't be soothing or meditative even in the rare occasion I need something a bit repetitive and I actively listen to it.
This one sounds more 80s than '78. The beginning of Mr. Clean is kinda rocking, but otherwise the rest of the album is just alright.
I'm feeling Horses Under Starlight, but the rest are unremarkable.
Some office-chair-swaying from me, but nothing I'd whack out Shazam to, if I heard it come on and I didn't know what it was.
Nothing I find myself humming to once I'm done listening, but I can definitely feel the tunes when the album's actually playing. Just not the best from the Doors.
Pretty dang funky, though not as "funky as funk" compared to Flash Light, also by Parliament. Overall okay.
The value of this kind of jazz is in its live performance. It's more suitable for live listening than listening from a recording.
None in here are my favourites of this genre, but still nice for listening. And if it's any time of the year for this one, this is it (autumn, nearing the holidays).
Some good ones.
Some good ones.
A pleasant experience. More interesting stories told through lyrics in Paul Simon songs. I don't recall ever hearing Duncan before, but I certainly had it on repeat today.
They all sound the same. Even managed to suck the soul out of Green, Green Grass of Home!
Okay. Nothing I'd return to.
None of them do much for me except Eleanor Rigby
The best part of the Twilight movie was the credits. Good choice when it came to the music.
My favourite rendition of Scarborough Fair. The others in the album are decent.
It's got variety but none of it's good.
I'm not a fan of Have You Ever Seen The Rain, but I do like Who'll Stop The Rain, which appears to have been released first? On another note, I don't get why they capitalise The in their titles.
This is more suited for a soundtrack to a heist film than for active listening. Not something I need to listen to before I die.
Really feeling Vienna right now
Some are good. Seven Nation Army is of course too iconic to not mention.
Some old favourites here.
I wish it were my first time listening to it so I can both listen to it more objectively and re-experience that all over again, but even trying to pretend I hadn't heard it before, it's very much still an album where every song is one I'd rate at least a 4 and where there are more than enough 5-stars to warrant an album-wide 5. I can't believe I missed the day this one was our album!
Interesting that his work only found a rather wide audience after his death. Seems this album title is a bit of a prognostic.
They've got style apart from their music itself, but I'm not vibing with this album.
Two are okay. Hotel California is not.
I want to like their stuff more. Bruce Dickinson's got a hell of a voice, and the band's got style apart from their music. But I simply don't find any of the ones in this album remarkable.
Mostly 1-stars but Girls! Girls! Girls! and Gunshy are honestly pleasant to listen to.
Did NOT know Come Out and Play came out in 1994.
Intro got me pumped up, but the rest was disappointing. Their song "Banned in D.C" from another album would have been very fitting earlier this month :P
His voice makes my ears very unhappy
(Trying not to make a pun)
The nicer side of okay.
I totally forgot Strawberry Letter 23 was a thing!
Chore to get through.
It's cloudy when I listened to this one, and I'm really feeling Treefingers.
The musical equivalent of someone talking for 45 minutes without actually saying anything.
Doesn't do the country justice
Could be the soundtrack to an old-school gangster film. Not sure what's going on in Peking O.
I really don't understand genuinely liking Water Song/Janie's Got a Gun. Album's fine apart from that.
This Song literally tickles my ears when using headphones! Mostly pleasant album- some of it gets creepy.
It's only Sweet Dreams that stands out, and to me it's a great instrumental done wrong by the vocals.
Me, looking at album art: My gods, what am I getting into.
Not usually my kinda thing but these are pleasant on the ears. I could totally see myself driving through the Vegas strip at night with this on in the background.
Lazy vocals aside, it's somewhat catchy
One of those bands whose every song is at least a three-star to my ears and each one is rather unique. Definitely enough 5-stars in here for me to rate the entire thing a 5.
Black Magic Woman immediately added to cooking playlist!
Some creative, distinctive melodies in here.
Isn't Anything? Sounds about right.
Lyrics hold some power, but the music isn't fantastic. Maybe should have been released as poetry instead of an album?
You can guess which three songs I enjoyed.
Make Up is the only one that doesn't sound half-arsed to me idk