Super funky. Had some really cool bright spots, but more of the album was 'weird' then good listening.
Slower, softer music. Easy listening
Also easy listening. Pretty folksy. I like it though. Had heard a couple of these prior
This is a live jazz album which I wasn't expecting. I like the commentary, and even though jazz isn't my thing I really liked the music.
Favorite so far. Short and sweet, only 8 songs. I'd heard the title track, fame, and the original 'across the universe'. I like all those a lot, otherwise the album was average. More upbeat rock then the other albums I've gotten
This is a 4.5 star album. Genuine classic rock, some really good stuff. I can't believe I hadn't ever heard of Jethro Tull before. The Title song on this album I had heard but barely, and I didn't have any context. Want to re-listen interview at the end of this album too since I didn't catch much while at work
It's like a 3.5. This is really good electronic music with some alternative and rock undertones. Most these songs have a really nice beat - Very 90s Tom Cruise action movie vibes. The downfall is that it is solely electronic. No lyrics, just pure upbeat electronic. It'd be cool live, and it's great background for work or maybe skiing, but I wouldn't play it in most situations.
This is just the average of every indie rock album I've heard. Not bad, just didn't stand out. It was cool to hear the original song 'two weeks' since I've heard the sample so many times, but that's all.
This is cool! Didn't know who this was but I knew a couple of these songs. Really liked this album actually
This just isn't my music taste. Took a while to get through
This is right on the cusp of 5. The reason I went 4 is because this much AC/DC is a lot in a row
It was a slow synth ballad album. Not my style
By the end of this album, I loved this album. Closest to a 5 so far (besides the one 5 obviously)
Super duper funky. Short and sweet. This album has a specific vibe and when it's right it's right. No standout songs but the whole thing is just good.
Good stuff. Dylan is on the folksy/harmonica portion of rock but it grew on me and I ran this album back multiple times
Old country music. Something mom would put on in the car I feel like. Not bad by any means, so it broke into 3 instead of 2, but not my type personally.
This was just the same thing over and over
Yah it was okay. I don't get the hype, it's not for me I guess. I gave it a 3 over a 2 on account of it being pleasant sounding music, even though it's not my style.
I didn't listen to the 2 hours worth of bonus tracks but the album was fine up until that.
Nice. Couple of the favorites are on this album. The rest felt closer to good then great though
This album was sick. Got a new song off it, enjoyed it a lot.
This was dope
I started out excited to listen to some hard rock, and by the second song I was ready for a change of pace. Idk if this album just caught me in the wrong mood, or if I never knew I didn't like thrash metal. And I'll say there were one or two REALLY nice solos in hidden in here, but that wasn't enough to change my mind on the whole album.
This was also a really really good album