Pretty good, would listen to it again. Good for working to, also. Going to start ranking a pretty good as 4 stars, might down grade it to 3 if need be.
It was alright for what it was, kind of fun rocky thing.
Not bad, pretty chill overall but the guy has a big of a Neil Young Voice and the songs are a little long.
Not bad, good background music. Pretty chill.
Not my taste but I guess I see the appeal? Very eclectic mix, lots of wordless singing, not my jam.
Pretty good! Noir soundtrack with some contemporary sounds at points, worth listening to again for sure.
Everything about 80's music I don't love, plus some weird sound effects (literally goats). A few decent techno/electronic parts but not enough.
Actually pretty good overall, but the weakest song is the second and right after the title track so it feels like it drops sharply. Life in the Fast Lane was pretty good, hadn't heard that before.
Not especially memorable, guy has a weird voice and it sits strangely between country and folk for me but I guess I didn't dislike hearing it.
Okay, not amazing but decent I guess light rock? I know some people love Rush and I don't get that from this but it's compotent.
I enjoyed it a lot, very mellow and a little wistful overall. Will be returning to it.
Pretty classic-sounding rock, to me at least. Somewhat grungy, I guess, if I had to get specific. If I was craving music like that I would like it, and I can see how it could be cathartic.
A lot of variety and the more relaxed parts weren't bad, but there were some emo-y parts that were pretty unpleasant. Closer to a two than a four for sure.
Pretty good, I really liked Just Good Friends which I hadn't heard before, and I was impressed by the Spanish and French versions of I Just Can't Stop Loving You. Some of the more recent collaborations and remixes were a little silly but they were at least interesting. Didn't love some like Liberian Girl but overall I liked it.
Not bad, sort of a rocky jazzy bluesy thing with a pretty varied sound. The last song was half the album which was weird and it went on for awhile but in general it was a pretty relaxed album.
Liked this much more than I expected, I didn't realize what a smooth sound these guys have, much less abrasive then I expected. Goes to show you don't know what you think you do sometimes. Might return to it again in the future.
Not too remarkable, kind of a nice progy rocky thing I guess? Probably using that wrong. Funny that I recognized Song 2 (actual song name) almost immediately though, never knew the name.
I guess this would be considered rockabilly? If so then I think I like it! Reminds me of the Four Seasons a little.
Decent variety between rowdier stuff and sweet, quieter stuff, but overall too country for my taste. Plus a song or two for a little gross.