Excellent, know this album inside-out.
Great tunes, amazing production from a Kanye in his prime.
Some good tracks on this - "Everybody Hurts" is severely played out these days but there are some gems. Favourite track: "New Orleans instrumental No.1"
A lot more lo-fi than the other Common record on this list - no hits so far, and far too long at 1hr17. With some serious trackless editing, could be excellent
Excellent throughout - not my usual thing but really creative harmonies and interesting guitar work
Very cool, like a psychedelic mixtape. Some insane Oboe and Bassoon playing too.
Excellent - incredible riffs, an undeniable groove and plenty of great hooks.
Excellent vibe - evocative, finely-crafted songs, with interesting noise bits in between.
A real evolution of LL's craft as seen on "Radio" - lots of great beats and rhymes delivered with the utmost conviction.
LOVE LOVE LOVE this. Goosebumps every time I hear the start of "Disorder".
I didn't like Rush beforehand, and this album hasn't changed my opinion.
Absolutely excellent, groundbreaking tunes and an addictive listen.
It was groundbreaking at the time, and it's still excellent now. Love the crunchy drums and Fridmann production.
Awful - pretentious and not enjoyable.
Excellent - a very consistent Dylan record, and it's cool to see him at the beginning of his electric period.
This was fine - some good riffs, production is a little light.
Dusty’s vocals are great, lovely production. Very enjoyable.
Eh, it's fine. A couple of really good moments, and some terrible ones.
Excellent, an amazing snapshot of James Brown at his first peak. The band is excellent and the grooves are undeniable.
This is quite enjoyable - long-form songs but good hooks and it doesn't go neo-classical which is always a good thing.
Nice collection of songs, will definitely listen again
Some lovely sounds, slightly diminished by over-exposure over the years. A bit of filler at the end.
Less punk than previous efforts, still pretty good.
Frantic, mad in scope. I'm not sure one listen does it justice.
Great - very of its time, and evocative. Will listen again!
Starts off alright then gets a little unfocused.
Excellent - poignant lyrics and great tunes.
Great, really evocative and varied
Some great sounds here, occasionally a bit jammy and could do without the didgeridoo. Excellent bass and moog!
Great tunes - I prefer Surfer Rosa but this is excellent.
A formative album in my youth - less potent now but still very enjoyable.
Weird, mad, powerful, bombastic and epic. Some very interesting covers too.
Excellent start - a bit long and runs out of steam a little.
Always great votes for Eno!
A real throwback for me - a solid collection of songs.
A really interesting move from Watt's Minutemen output. Sounds like they're creating the college-rock blueprint.
Surprisingly enjoyable - very cool riffs.
Some great tunes here, and incredible vocals.
Some really great tunes, would make a better single album.
Very mid-90s, some cool synth sounds!
Painfully tasteful playing. Elevated to four stars by the epic opening track
A bit boring, one or two classics in there.
Washed over me a bit.
Just excellent, raw and at times super psychedelic.
Love this, great organ sounds and atmosphere.
I don't like this
Great album, superb arrangements and so evocative of the time.
Really good, some excellent tunes on there
Lots to love here, reminds me of summer
Fast and loud, I like this!
Excellent, great sounds and tunes
Super good, a double album that's actually worth the two discs for once!
Some wonderful moments, and a bunch of filler.
Her voice really grates on me
I was sceptical of 70s beach boys but this is excellent.
Love love LOVE
Just lovely, great songs and lovely production
Super cool vibe on this
Lots of cool riffs here, I wanted to hate it but actually liked it.
Excellent! Why haven’t I listened to this before?
Hard not to love the vibe of this
So evocative of that time period, with great songs.
Great - again could be a single album.
A couple of good tunes, but lots of filler.
Very relaxed, really lovely. The production dates it a bit.
This is quite cool! I like the Rhodes playing.
Some really cool riffs and amazing vocals, but there's something about Queen that I just don't like.