Not bad... has elements of Zepplin? and the Police
Celtic + Sitar + Chant
Raw, weird combination of black sabbath and punk
mellow but driving
nice and bluesy
funky, not what i expected
more whiny than nirvana
Hard to judge, so many years later, how different this was from its contemporaries
Sad, real world
Hopefully i'll get thriller
Beatles-esque concept album. not my fav.
Classic. One of the best by one of the best.
Fun listen. Has some classics.
Sounds epic, definitely needs a closer listen than I can give to it.
Not the kind of music I like. Too repetitive and spacey.
This album forms almost a quarter of the tracks on his Greatest Hits collection (5 out of 21), but they're all good.
Did not expect this to be country.
Surprisingly funny proto-punk.
Recognized one of the tracks ("Same Ole Love"), otherwise I had no clue about this artist.
Beautiful voice, not really my style of music but her talent is amazing.
Was much more interesting than I had expected. Must have sounded completely different from everything else in 1974.
Not really in to this.
Long album but good beats.
Not really my thing.
Always smooth Sinatra sings several version of Girl of Ipanema.
Johnny, what are you doing?
One of the classics, so many good tracks.
I greatly prefer Pretty Hate Machine. Other than the hits (Closer, Hurt) this just sounds like noise and screaming.
Way too mellow for my tastes.
How is this only 37 minutes long? Felt like an eternity.
Sounds like it was recorded last year. Awesome.
Much more interesting than I anticipated. Sitar-remakes of Jumpin' Jack Flash and Light My Fire? Awesome.
Could not get all the way through it.
Not my favorite, took several days to get all the way through.
Took 2 weeks to listen to the whole album.
This rocked more than I thought it would. Excellent listen.
My father always said, the best 45 minute punk album is 21 minutes long.