I liked it. At some point it hit me, something that I hadn’t ever really put to words, as with all Beatles stuff, they seem to rely heavily on their vocals. I was especially thinking that about 75% of the way through, but then ended up liking some of their last songs.
Had some good flooooow. Didn't listen closely, but I liked it and will probably re-listen.
First couple tracks were great, then it gets to B-Side, drug infused, experimental jazz. Got to be in that mood for that, but I still liked it.
28 min of racist appropriation!
If you don't 4 star or higher this I'm putting our friendship on probation.
No idea it was from 1990. I can see why people dig it, like a precursor to the Modest mouse style groups. Unfortunately I haven't exactly been in that mood since. Eh.
This was a new one for me. I really liked it, and helped change my view that Rod Stewart isn't as much as a fuck boy as I thought.
It was a ripping day for GME, so listening to this 80s-casino-cocaine on trays by babes in roller skates-style music was hitting just RIGHT. Got a little weird towards the end but I wasn't paying attention. I would revisit though!
Pretty old western sound. I only listened to like two songs because I got busy but basically.. I just don't care. Sorry to Nicholas Cage/John Cusak cowboy on the cover.
Not gonna lie, nothing really jumped out to me. Judge me Maurers.
5 stars. This album is 5 stars, what's with the vote button? This shit isn't up for debate!
Um excuse me- I'd like to talk to the ambassador of music-Nick-would-have-loved for northern Ireland. The Irish ambassador was able to push cranberries through (not complaining), what the hell! The Blue album was released in 94, this album in 96. It was perfect for the time, and now! Northern Irish prick. Asshole was probably asleep at the wheel trying to figure out if he identifies more with a potato or a scone. Anyways, I loved this album, I would give it 5 stars but I've only gone through it once. I listened to some more singles, all which were great. I'll be listening to this more for sure.
I fell asleep at the wheel, I don't get it. The last song was very different, that caught my ear, but I don't even remember what it was. Won't be going back to check it. I'll bump it to 2 stars, for me almost caring what that last song was.
Pretty freaking weird, but I've been so bored with my music selection I kind of enjoyed it.
poppy fun, but nothing huge for me
I liked this one a lot more than the last one. Actually liking it was a little bit of a surprise for me. I feel like it had a little bit more to it than the 2 min pop from the last one. A little more full sounding, some soul or some such in there, it was pleasant.
Just not for me. I never really liked 90s R&B / soul. That being said, I almost lasted the whole album, so that has to count for something.
Feels like unknown or early (though not really at all) bowie. I never listened to him much honestly outside of his hits. I liked it enough to play it again. Album had some pleasant songs, maybe one or two I recognized. I liked it fine, but I feel pretty neutral about it over all.
I liked it. Might revisit when the mood is right. Nothing amazing, but pleasant listening.
This was so Bob dylan-y it almost sounds like a mock of himself. I thought I usually like him, but this felt overly nasaly. Just didn't do it for me.
If the sign "Live, Laugh, Love" had a soundtrack, I think this would be it. Into the fire was a terrible track. Just go to church already, damn. I'm not ruling out the boss entirely, but I did not enjoy this album. Might need to go earlier than 2002 for him.
Love Dave Brubeck. I throw him on every now and then for cooking or doing work, and this album has some great tracks. This was great background music, actually finished a book while listening.
Pleasant, easy listening. I would revisit for some backyard beer drinking. Small note, the echoey reverb thing on "This Song" was really jarring with headphones, I was not a fan.
I originally didn't think I would like this, but there was enough weirdness, and actually really solid drumming that kept me interested. Has a little more going on than a typical 1970s classic rock album. I like it.
This is really hitting the spot. I like that there are some quieter songs that I like, and then straight into some hit that I didn't realize was dire straits. I'm digging the western sound on "The Man's Too Strong." Actually, on a re listen, their sound is all over the place. It's fun for me since I'm not familiar with any particular genre that they are hitting.
It was fine. Had it on while I cooked dinner, only listened to a few tracks. Didn't feel much one way or the other.
That was fun. Did I hear a marching band?
Liked the music, not the vocals
Love me some cream.