This album was on constantly at the photo studio I worked at in the late 90's. I loved it then and love it now.
SO many of my friends were into Pavement at this time but I never really listened much. I wish I had - this was right up my alley!
Always loved this album and always remember how good Buckley's voice is. But, I seem to have forgotten how awesome his band is on this recording. They kill it!
Not sure I ever listened to this cover to cover with decent headphones. Obviously, a lot of great material here but I'm loving the sounds and production too.
Haven't listened to this in quite awhile. I was never a massive Who fan back in the day but I thought this held up really well and was very interesting to listen to all the way through and follow the story. A lot of it I never really picked up on before. Cool shit.
Some of it got a little out there for me but overall I really like this. It is a long way between this and Avalon but you can hear the seeds of that sound in here just a bit. Cool to hear.
I always think of OK Computer as the Pulp Fiction of rock albums. It changed my idea of what a rock band could do. To be so creative, so immersive, so beautiful but still kick ass - definitely in my top 10 all time.
Classic but too cheesy for me, then and now
Even though I've heard most of these songs a million times, sitting down and listening through was incredible. The songwriting, vocal performances, and the playing - all so so good. And the production is great!
Really liked this one! Never heard of this band but so similar to a lot of the music I was listening to in 1980.
Surprised that I knew a few of these songs. But, all in all, not my thing.
Pretty cool to hear the “birth of metal” stuff in here!
Not my thing really
This is better than I remember!
One of 3 or 4 game changing albums in my lifetime
This was way better than I was expecting. Great lyrics!
Some great songs. Some forgettable ones too. I've probably listened to Concert in Central Park too many times to accept any more Paul Simon into my brain.