good 90s hiphop. really funky and upbeat. I liked it
not what I expected an alice cooper album to sound like at all!!
kinda funky. too many sax solos. not for me.
not my style at all.
I feel really neutral about this one lol
super 90's vibes. pretty chill.
funky. slightly repetitive.
this is the second to worst radiohead album but I still love it
this was actually dope, I liked the energy and the tone of vocals. reminded me of a more melodic dfa 1979
this is a solid album, but there are other bowie albums I enjoy a lot more.
a flawless desolate post-punk classic
kind of decent but there's too much happening lol
not usually my style but this album is pretty solid
nice to listen to more 80's stuff
i like the obvious 90's sound to this album. pretty decent albeit forgettable.
without a doubt a seminal album in the world of electronic music. doesn't get much better than this as far as experimental/glitchy electronic goes
there is nothing in this album for me. couldn't even make myself sit through it.
didn't know an electric jug existed before this. I can tell this record was really innovative and I enjoyed it a lot.
maybe checking this album out while I was working was a bad idea but it was super jumbled and distracting. that's prog for ya. there were definitely some very groovy moments in here though. perhaps the setting was wrong for this listen but I didn't love it as much as the yes album.
not usually into jazz but I really liked the ambience of this.
love lou reed but he definitely has some stronger albums.
really fun album. I liked the energy and the instrumentals. definitely feels like one of the OG ska albums but I don't know in what situation I'd seek this album out again.
I was truly surprised at how much I enjoyed this album. it's not at all the genre I usually go for, but this album tells a story in such an effective way.
my second fave tvu album. the vibes are pristine. I LOVE the murder mystery.
not really my type of music but I can understand the formative nature of this album
this was my first time listening to a rolling stones album in its entirety and it was a lot sicker than I expected. wild horses and bitch were definitely standout tracks for me. I prefer the more bluesy tracks on this album but the whole thing is quite good from start to finish.
the run of dad rock albums continues. I have no strong opinions about this album except that I'm not a fan of tone of his voice.
I liked Blur's more experimental albums a bit more than this one, but it's still a really decent britpop album.
super solid quintessential 90s hip hop.