Classic J5 album that I had previously listened to. Going through a full run definitely gives me those early 2000 hip-hop vibes again. Charlie Tuna is representing once again with his unique flow. Solid beats throughout.
This was the first Talking Heads album I listened to from start to finish. I liked it. Good bass lines interesting lyrics. "No Compassion" layered song with interesting time signature. I didn't enjoy "Don't Worry About the Government". Actually, tail end of the album sort of loses it for me. Although Psycho Killer is good.
Hmm. Stevie Wonder. I get the appeal but overall, just not my cup of tea. Gave this a listen and pleasant but not something I'd put on randomly. Drumming is on point.
As soon as the album started, I got the grunge/punk vibe. Hard stripped-down sound. Not sure this would be my style overall, but interesting to see how it influenced later genres/bands.
Really liked this album.
Good album, loved the backing music. Dolly's vocals are awesome, but does have it's limit.
Love this album through and through.
Not a big Smiths fan. And this sure did sound like the Smiths.
Solid album and one I had never heard before.
Amazing hip hop album from the 90s and golden era. Countless tracks that are now classics. Love it.
I really tried to approach this one with an open mind, but after a listen it's just not for me. It definitely does capture the late 90's pop music to a T.
Not my jam. Some good drum riffs
This album hasn't grown with me. I remember hearing this when it was released and loved it. As I've aged, I'm not sure I appreciate it as much. I do appreciate the history and BB in general. 3 stars.
Was not a fan of this album. Short songs were great because I'm not sure how many I could listen to.
Brings back a lot of memories. Walking to work with this on my original iPod. I like this album, although When Sept. Ends has been played to death. I'd be fine never hearing that song again. Overall, I really like this album.
Popping album. Not terrible, but something I probably wouldn't normally listen to. Their music sounds like a mash of a lot of different sounds, but none of them done really really well. 3 stars.
I get it, but also not sure this works for me. The sitar is just so unique that pairing it with songs like "Light My Fire" just sounds...not great. I appreciate the effort here, but I would have preferred Shankar to take his own spin at it vs, just intro'n the sitar to make it "different". 2 stars
I was expecting to not like this album at all. Now there are definitely songs on here that are overplayed (Anarchy, God Save the Queen). I was surprised by the production quality as well as the instrumentation. I was expecting lo-fi sounds. Johnny's voice can get old, I didn't mind this one. 3 stars.
Tight simple songs that hit. Lots of classics on this one. CCR once again showing why they have staying power. Four stars
If I had to compare this to Tommy, I'd go with this album. Not a fan of rock operas overall, but this is much more listenable to me. Perhaps it's due to bias against the Who and their sound, but overall this album is better. 4 stars.
I'm not a fan of this genre. Sue me. 2 stars.
Solid album. 3 stars
I enjoyed this album. Not all songs were there for me, but I found myself "Thumbs Up" more than not. 4 stars.
Lots of Aimee Mann sounding like Aimee Mann. Not an album I'd listen to again. Does capture some of that early 90's sound, but overall 2 stars.