-Never heard Country Honk, that was a cool alternative take. -Best song is Midnight Rambler for sure. -You can't always get what you want does not make sense on this album, just thrown on at the end. Sort of ruins the vibe despite being a good song.
Really enjoy working to this album, but I don't think I could sit down and listen to it directly. Apparently this dude ended apartheid with these jams. what have you done with your tuba. -Favorite cuts: Part of a Whole, The Big Apple, Nomali
I want to be buried New Orleans style with a parade and a bunch of drunk people while the song "Crosseyed Cat" is played.
Fiona Apple is possibly the most overrated indie artist. Good album though
Feels stuck in the 90s, like I'm watching a long lost Honey I Shrunk the Kids sequel. Not necessarily bad, just doesn't feel like a must listen.
Two and a half mustaches. Little two much pretentious guitar noodling that really just hides lack of strong song structure.
Cool transition record from 70s rock to 80s rock, but too heavy with hits and has a hard decline after that
Loved the vibe on this album. Check out James Blake's cover of "the first time ever i saw your face".
I always feel like Rush leans a bit too much into cheesiness, and it gets worse on deeper cuts. But the first half is basically a greatest hits. Limelight is such a great song.
Sparkle City is my jam. Funk is a genre I wish I listened to more of.