Good album. Speaky.
Brilliant album, carefree rock at it’s best.
Pleasantly folky but really folky and twee.
Some solid 90’s rap. A lot of nutsacks. I’m not usually a fan of rap but I quite enjoyed this.
Poignant lyrics with buckets of emotion. Songs feel like they are longer than they are.
Sounds too fuzzy, messy and “live” to really enjoy it.
50% poet 50% musician. Beautiful blues and classic Dylan.
Blues lyrics hidden under 40’s croonering.
Bluesy lyrics over sweet melodies
Brilliant bluesy rock showing off Jack White’s abilities
Expected to be heard at a funky health spa. Almost tribal dance.
Perfectly pleasant but nothingness.
Foot tappingly good
Perfectly fine. I may not be a Neil Young fan.
A good example of Costello. Has flashes of almost frantic energy but always pulls it back to safer pop ground.
Seems to capture the energy of a live Motorhead gig well, although a live Motorhead gig sounds like two hours of the same song.
Fun and bluesy. Would have enjoyed it more as a studio album.
It’s pretty punky and raw
Lovely smooth bass and thoroughly enjoyable album.
Starts strong but peeters out. If it was an album of the first five songs it would be incredible.
Some good bass but not needs a bit more pep in places
Channelling a lot of Thom Yorke in places. It’s a circus of an album.
Classic punk, changed the face of music. Not really much musical talent but attitude by the bucket full. More of a symbol of a movement than a good album.
Inoffensive but doesn’t stand out from other singer-songwriters
A master of his craft, his craft can be a little inaccessible.
Great album. Peak Blondie.
One of the stand out examples of the time. Free ranging experimentation.
Feels a bit too slow and samey
Cracking album. Would have scored it 5 when I was 13 - 14, 4 when I was 15 - 16, today it’s good but not outstanding. A product of the age of the listeners.
Poppy Michael playing the mainstream. At his best when he lets himself go, some is a bit safe.