can hear how influential this has been on the whole rap scene for better or worse.. raisea alot of moral questions regarding lyrical content. want to give it less but that would be somewhat disingenuous
took a second listen but this album is huge. can only imagine what a revolutionary thing the sitar would of been yellow submarine is hilarious tomorrow never knows im only sleeping
i can bang things and make a lot of noise too, but i would never be so deluded as to call it music
pretty good not bad cant complain
good, but abit same same
i liked it, but didnt leave a last impression on me
goes on abit, but still knows how to write a tune. the last song is pretty funny very dark melancholic themes throughout
theatrical, great guitar. fun album
pretty ordinary, lacking lyrical imagination and musical inspiration
i didnt hate it. musically i thought it was cool, but his vocals started to wear on me by about third song (the hanging garden). another album that makes me think how fascinating london was at that time
i feel badly misled. you cannot dance to joy division. a bad version of interpol and the editors
a few great songs on here. flight facilities have used a lot of it in there mixes
didnt do it for me i'm afraid. psycho killer stands out but otherwise a bit mediocre. unfortunately the artistic genius that is evident in his live shows didn't come through on the album
strange that this made the list. i didnt recognise any songs
i kinda liked this, not what i expected. bit of a beatles vibe there.
enjoyed this, the final song was really good but could of gone for way longer
i found his voice a bit difficult, i recognised one or two songs in there. it was alright, not sure what the big deal is. it makes me think every festival experience anyone has ever had is only half as good as they think
too long, over 2 hrs long. catchy choruses but the lyrics are pretty silly.. aka - he's a reptile, vegetable man
great album, slow like honey was a favourite
obviously mrs robinson is a highlight but a few other good tracks in there
enjoyed the original acoustics at the end. nice storytelling
going to need someone to explain this to me.. besides take a walk on the wild side (which isn't ageing very well tbh) its a pretty boring album.. maybe if i was hanging out with all the other cool kids like andy warhol i might understand should lou reed be cancelled for slut shaming? i don't know, i didn't say that..
not at all what i expected, probably wouldn't listen again but i enjoyed a few songs. the last bongo in belgium remix is worth another listen perhaps
pretty good flamenco-ish style music. probably would listen to it again. slows down around the title track which was abit more sultry but it picks up again after that
starts with a bang, making its intentions clear: strap in boys and girls this is going to be a wild journey and it absolutely delivered. almost lost me with the free form guitar but pulled me straight back in with the punchy bass line on listen.
none of the other songs quite meet the same level as superstition. not to say there arent some good songs in here though Big Brother, I believe, Blame it on the sun
very 90's. reminds me of Ric's at 3am. Lyrics were pretty creepy in a few songs.
i enjoyed this way more than i thought i would, but im also dont particularly feel like listening to it more ..
family affair is excellent but beyond that i really struggled to connect.
hardly 'ambient' in the sense i expected. too much going on without there being anything to really grab you and take you deeper
you know when you know
Jangly guitar and up beat melodies make this much more pleasant than I imagined
Very nice psych rock guitar
More of first we take manhattan
Easily my favourite afro cuban jazz album