If there is a Hell, they are playing this on repeat.
It may be historically influential but it has not aged well and just sounds hokey now. The tracks that have aged the best IMO are not the bigger hits (e.g., The Robots, The Model) but Spacelab and Metropolis, which have a clear influence on later (and superior) acts.
Couple okay hits but mediocre then and did not age well
Timeless and fantastic
Not really my style but quite good.
Classic but hokey 80s
She has objective talent but the "music" is drivel.
3 is generous. This is really just a mess.
Solid although they definitely hit their full stride later.
A solid album brought down by the annoying 90s-era shtick of "skits" throughout the album.
3.5. "One" is fantastic but it's kind of eh overall. 100% downhill after Joshua Tree.
Just a fun rock album with some great guitar.
Title track is great but rest is more 3.5. Rounded up.
She's very talented, although the numerous interlude "tales" prevent it from being an album to just toss on and listen to.
A+ from beginning to end
So many epic songs and no junk filler.
One okay "hit" and a collection of rubbish
Goofy and definitely not timeless.
3.5. Rounded down because Morrissey is an insufferable twat.