Personally I'm not a heavy metal fan but appreciate the talent and loved the drums and guitar in this album. I'd be unlikely to choose it again over other albums but glad I'm aware of it. Definitely some tracks I really enjoyed.
a bluesy album, epic storytelling, tongue in cheek at times as per the Stones, a rootsy comedown from mind altering styles of the times. Like they sat in a room and went right back to their own influences alongside experiences gained from fame so far.Love it.
Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead) listed as spiritual adviser for some album tracks. LOL. These guys were definitely high AF on this album - clearly some shrooms from the Psychedelic tones. I imagine they had a lot of fun and remember none of it when making this album. Late 60's, Summer of Love, Charles Manson + Family vibes.
I live REM, but this album is full of sad introspection and I’ve played it a lot so somewhat played out. Lots of really good tracks.
Nostalgia album for me so I rate pretty high.
Not really my thing, but it was ok