The Cure have some good songs, but not on this album. Oof.
Solid. There's a handful of great songs on here, the rest are just OK. Only one or two that I legitimately didn't like.
Some of it isn't exactly my style, but a handful of the songs are truly great.
Very weird, a few songs I enjoyed, but mostly a lot of strange stuff that didn't work for me.
Common People is fine. Solid late 80's/early 90's feel. Nothing else stuck out.
Solid album, but a weird choice for what I believe is the only Foo Fighters album on the list. I would say that their next handful of albums, maybe even up to 6 or 7, are better than this one. The Colour and The Shape is almost unquestionably MUCH better than this album. Go listen to that one instead if you're just looking for a great Foo Fighters album.
They're clearly very talented, and I can see why people rave about the album, but most of it is just not my style. Not a fan of the whole atmospheric, ethereal style of song, which a lot of this is. When they venture into other styles, like the rock-ier Electioneering, it works a lot better for me.
Just a little weird. Some of the bluesier songs are fantastic. Some of it gets a bit experimental and drags for someone who's not very into that style. I hear this is the less weird of some of his albums, so I don't think I'm likely to go seek those out, but there are a few songs on here that I wouldn't mind popping up on a playlist here and there in the future.
All over the place. I enjoyed the Stones cover, some of the songs were a lot of fun, but some, particularly the 13-minute long Sagar, dragged quite a bit. The best of this album is really great, but as a whole I wasn't a huge fan. At least give the Jumpin' Jack Flash and Light My Fire covers a change, and maybe Snow Flower as well.