I'm not a big rolling stones fan, and this album reinforced that. I like Under my Thumb and Paint it Black, and I appreciate the song writing, but it still just sounds like a garage band that is never quite in sync.
I'm always impressed at how full of a sound they get with 2 (occasionally 3) instruments. The songs were pretty varied, and while I felt like the last half of the album lost a bit of steam, it was a good listen.
I enjoyed this album. In some places it sounds really dated, like they were trying to knock off the beatles, but the songs that didn't fall into that pattern were really good.
I'm very partial to british punk, but listening again I am reminded how good, and brutal, songs like No Feelings, God Save the queen, and anarchy in the uk are. Such great punk.
I wasn't expecting the majority of the album to be instrumental, but I enjoyed it a lot despite that. I could see myself putting this on in the background while I work.
An assault on my ears. I have not, do not, and will not ever understand the appeal of Bob Dylan.
Mark Knopfler is a very talented guitarist, but the song writing on this album leaves something to be desired. Despite that, Sultans of Swing is a special song.
A fun listen. This album was much campier than I expected. Brian May also really shows off on this album. No song really stood out to me though
I loved this album. You can inject big band music right into my veins
I expected more from this album. The folk songs were good, but the rock and funk songs felt forced.
This was OK. I'm guessing this is on here because it mainstreamed electronic music or was very influential in some way. It was a little lost on me, though.
The only redeeming thing about this album was the horn section, and I usually hate horns used in this way. The singing and song writing are putrid.
I had very high hopes for this, but it was mostly noise. I don't think this lives up to the historical hype.
It was OK. Certainly not the worst album we've been given, but not exactly special, either. The musicianship is certainly good, but the experimental nature was really self-indulgent and makes repeat listening unlikely.
The disco sound is definitely dated, but there are some really good songs on this album. I can't believe this was his fifth solo album. I thought it was his first.
Very 80s, very synth. Just OK overall.
This album would have benefitted from the following: 1. A competent producer. 2. A vocal coach to teach the two singers how to harmonize in more than one interval 3. A new lead vocalist The first four songs on this album were really terrible. It got better towards the end, which is the only reason this gets 2 stars instead of 1.
I really enjoyed this album, despite the really crappy sound quality of the songs I was listening to.
Very fun album.
This was a good listen. I think proto punk aptly describes this.
A little bland. Very college rock. Some songs reminded me of Rilo Kiley. I could see how this influenced early 2000s indie rock.
I knew that Pink Floyd started out as a psychedelic band, so this album wasn't coming out of left field. I'm glad that their tastes evolved.
Very much lo-fi beats. Sounds like coffee shop music, and I don't mean that in a bad way. Not my cup of tea, but enjoyable none-the-less.
I enjoyed this much more than I thought I would. I feel like this album was more influential than I ever know. A lot of the songs sounded very 90s in a good way, like a lot of other bands were trying to replicate the sound.
Fun album. Better than I expected honestly
I really wanted to like this album, but the stories that the songs told didn't really do much for me. The songs all kind of sounded the same.
Papa was a rolling stone is a great song, but the rest of this album is just OK. I prefer earlier Temptations. By the way, WOW track 2 dropped a lot of N-bombs on us.
I'm not a huge fan of the Who, but this is pretty good.
I overall liked this album. Lovefool is a fun song. Lost some steam in the back half, but that was a weird iron man cover
I thought I'd like this, but it got a little repetitive.
way too jam band for my liking
Could not get into this
These songs all sounded the same. I didn't care for the style, but even assuming I did, the songs are all one long, slow dirge.
I respect the hell out of Joni Mitchell. I think I would have rated this lower if I had been blind to the artist. Overall, well done, but not for me.
I appreciated the variety in songs. Moondance is a nice jazz song. The rest of the album is fine, but not something that I would listen to again.
I would contend this is not one of the 1000 albums I needed to hear before I die.
Really really good. Would listen again.
I really liked this album. The lead song is really good, and the rest of this album was well-crafted, heartbreaking music.
Maybe one catchy song. Otherwise, pretty boring and self indulgent. The most memorable part of this album was it's release price.
Really fun album. Looking forward to listening to this again.
Solid late 90s rock.
I think they forgot that the drum machine can go faster than 60 beats per minute. But really, this was a boring, non-descript, self-indulgent album.
This was OK. I'm not a new-wave guy, but the songs were varied and some were catchy.
It was fine, but ultimately not for me. I couldn't finish the last two tracks .
Fun album. Well done 90s alt rock
Cool concept but Metallica is not my jam
Good background music
This was really good. The talk box lives rent free in my head
I'm not a big new wave guy, but this album was decent
Juvenile, not a fun listen
The title track is a fantastic rock song. The rest of the album isn't really my speed.
Not a bad listen, but probably won't seek it out again
This was terrible. My ears hurt halfway through the second song
I really like the vibe of this album, but all the songs could have been 2 minutes shorter
Good. Not really my jam
Really good album. Excellent vocals and song writing
College nostalgia dictates that I give this 5 stars. But really there are some great songs on here. Electric Feel has been in my brain for 15 years
Too electronic for me
This was boring. Early 90s electronic was neither that good nor that influential