Great album, always loved Jamiroquai
At the time of release, I'm sure this was an incredible album, but imo its aged quite poorly. Even ignoring my personal opinion of not really enjoying psychedelic rock, every "guitar solo" I heard just sounded like noodling in the studio
Enjoyed it a lot, Lenny has a great voice when he wants it to be. Real rating 3.5/5 but rounding up since it was an impressive debut
The musical embodiment of anti-piracy. Pure nostalgia of the little I can remember of the very early 2000s, I was very put off by the first couple tracks but it slowly turned into an enjoyable album I could see myself adding a couple songs to an outside summer garden playlist
I listened to the album but cant remember listening to it. Every song sounded the same (which wasnt a bad thing) I dont think its a bad album by any means, but definitely not one that ill remember by next week
I wasnt sure what was happening but I kinda liked it?
5/5, this album was fantastic, I was torn between 4/5 for a while but the last couple tracks swayed me. The album does it all and does it well, most tracks felt unique and well produced, the antepenultimate taking you high, followed by the horses taking you low was cool, but coupled with the ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ resolution to end the album, truly impressed me. This is a prime example of the necessity of this website
I listened to the Legacy edition & the US bonus tracks, enjoyed it, maybe the acoustics moreso. Very reminiscent of a casual outdoor playlist, just having part of the album on in the background outside. Reminded me of Dire Straits meets David Gilmour
I already knew about half of the songs on this album. Ive seen Richard Ashcroft live, Ive listened to his solo stuff, all great pieces of music. Probably a little off topic but he truly was an iconic musician and I think Urban Hymns showcases it very very well
I felt like I was having an existential crisis
Came into it expecting to hate it. Enjoyed it a bit more than I was expecting, the popular tracks reminded me of old Tony Hawk games. New York was a great song and I really enjoyed the ending solo 3.5/5
A decent album, nothing too memorable as standout good/bad. A lot of appeal as a good album just a little out of my range of music. 3.5/5
Always heard good things about Pulp, didn’t let me down. The couple singles I heard before were the standout tracks. My kind of genre too, enjoyed it.
Decent album to play in the background, don’t really have much more to say. 3.5/5
Power Chords? ✅. Awesome Guitar solos? ✅. Brian Johnson vocals? ✅ . If all 3 are correct, you have an AC/DC album, please rate high and move along.
A little bit dated now, still enjoyed it.
Huge Eminem fan, I used to listen and know most of the lyrics to Relapse, Recovery & MMLP2. I cant believe I deprived myself of the earlier work, Ive always been hesitant to listen to the earlier stuff because I thought it would be closer to D12 and gang nonsense. The album is closer to perfect than most albums I know. If I had might be one of my favourite Eminem tracks, it was such a far cry from the usual tracks. Rock Bottom was another standout ( excluding the ones I knew, (My Name Is, guilty Conscience) . IJDGAF also very good,. The best album Ive heard on here so far.
Quite pleasant to have on in the background
Another album I went into expecting not to like, but it flipped my expectations. I’d gladly listen to 90% of the songs again and the production value seemed very high.
Very very surprised at this album, I really enjoyed it, kinda my genre though
Another album I thought was pretty good, I listened t it on the side, nothing stood out for any reason
The songs got less interesting as the album went on. Fist we take Manhattan was an awesome opener but I soon lost interest
I had the album on shuffle and didnt realise until 40 mins in. I enjoyed the album, a lot of these albums, I listen to on the side and see if anything stands out, nothing did, but I still enjoyed it. real rating 3.5/5
I really enjoyed this album, I should start using the notes because I can never remember what to say
Reminded me of the kind of songs my nan used to sing when I was a baby, I really enjoy this genre
How are these albums to listen to before I die, constant mediocre albums,starting to lose interest
I only listened to the first few tracks and gave up
I was torn on what to rate this for a while, its definitely not my genre, but Istill appreciated it a lot.
Nothing stood out to me, only listened to disc 1
Great album, always loved Jamiroquai
It was a decent album until the penultimate song, which I had to skip... completely ruined the album for me
Nothing really stands out apart from Walk This Way. Enjoyed No More No More, but that was about it, rest seemed average
Feels very reminiscent of its era, which isnt a bad thing to me. Every song felt like it could have been on a THPS game
Theres an old saying in my house, if you dont know who sings a song, its probably Neil Diamond. I finished writing that and realised this is a different person. The music was good, Id give it a 3 but i resonated with it a little bit more than other ones ive deemed 3/5 so real rating 3.5/5
Great album, enjoyed every song