Surprisingly enjoyable. Good, hard R&R. Useful to drown out sounds of roommate hanky panky.
Melancholy, slow paced. Reflective lyrics. Good for a candlelit dinner/journaling if needing some introspective ambiance.
Bohemian Rhapsody!! Orchestral effects! Brian May guitar riffs! A blending of genres under the umbrella of one album! Still, it gets to be a bit much with the silly lyrics, choral arrangements and overall heaviness. Good for the occasional listen in its entirety… Better deconstructed and placed into playlists. 3.5/5
Sad, reminds me of a bad trip at points. Strange arrangement at times (overproduced, orchestral pieces). Not clamouring for a re-listen
*nasally voice* Ayu-badu-badu-boobtidy-do! Musically, not the greatest. Can’t deny Dylan’s cultural impact and lyrical prowess - along with his skill in self promotion. Might be hearsay, but I’ll take Neil Young > Dylan any day, if I’m in the mood for folk. 2.5/5
Not a big fan of punk-rock. 2.5/5
Mid 90s classic hip-hop album. Couple of classic tracks on this album warrant multiple relistens: Ready or Not, killing me softly etc. Album itself has some filler tracks that can be skipped (intro, putto).
Post-punk revival album - not my go-to choice for casual listening , but good pump up music for the gym (fast paced, punchy drums and rhythm guitar) 3.5/5