I really enjoyed the ambiance of this album. The title track is so moody, I love it, and it's a great way to end the album.
I did not particularly enjoy this one. It was ok. Sounded a lot like the Beatles. A Rose for Emily was just very sad and Maybe After He's Gone was pathetic. Beechwood Park was probably the high point for me.
Not much to say, classic Blur.
Very French sounding. Ahead of it's time I guess.
Fucking classic. I love it.
It was ok for what it is. Not really my thing. Rocksteady was pretty good.
I was not expecting to enjoy it as much as I did.
It was really good. TIL I like the Verve.
Such a classic. It's cool to hear the subtle stereo panning of the drums and guitars with headphones.
Classic punk. I loved the way there were male and female vocals on most tracks. Really well done and catchy.
It was not my favorite. Couldn't really make it past the first couple tracks.
This album was fucking good. I need to listen to more Dinosaur Jr.
It was pretty groovy man.
This was really a chore to listen to. I feel like I survived an onslaught of Dylanesque whining.
It just makes me want to live in the 80s and drink Pepsi. I wish there was more of a sense of humor or irony to it. It's just very straightforward.
Classic. Wish I could give it 3.5 stars.
It's raw, but I'm not sure in a good way. I may prefer their studio recordings. Probably not the best thing for 8:00 am at the office. I'm gonna take some ibuprofen now.
It's a classic, that seems older than it is? Makes me want to dance.
The songwriting is really phenomenal, but it does get weird at times. I love when the organ gets going in the background and gives everything an ethereal vibe. I definitely have to be in a certain mood to enjoy this though. The last song is super weird.
I didn't really think I would like this, but was very wrong.
It was a lot better than I was expecting. Made me wish I was sitting with friends around a campfire.
This is definitely peak Billy Joel. I needed this one today.
I couldn't listen to the whole album on Spotify, but I liked what I heard.
It's pretty good.