TBH, will never revisit, though I hear more Hendrix in here than I'd ever like to give the band credit.
Did not know this was their second album in 1969. Cripple Creek as a standout.
Digging this. Return back to this one.
Old school hip hop. Dig it. Remember these tunes from Tonk Hawk Pro Skater
Standouts "Body Count" It.. rocks.
I really like this album. Standouts: "Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' (with Lovin' on your Mind)", "Tomorrow Never Comes", "Saint To Sinner" "The Shoe Goes on the Other Foot Tonight" "Saint To A Sinner"
You know the hits. This was a nostalgia fest too.
Whoa, this is awesome. I love The Who, but have not listened to this one. So much fun. Standouts: "Mary Anne with the Shaky Hand" "I can see for Miles" "I Can't Reach You"
Classic album. "Blister in the Sun", "Kiss off", "Add it up", "Prove My Love", Gone Daddy Gone", "Good Feeling"
This was a nice new wave surprise. Standouts "Seedy Films" "Youth" "Sex Dwarf" "Bedsitter" "Say Hello, Wave Goodbye" and of course "Tainted Love"
Pretty cool concept album. I definitely hear The Beatles and The Who in here. Apparently one of the first concept rock operas. "Tommy" emerged from this? "Baron Saturday" "Mr Evasion" "Private Sorrow" "S.F. Sorrow is Born" are standouts.
Never listened to before, definitely dig it. "April Skies" "Darklands" "Deep One Perfect Morning" "Nine Million Rainy Days
Dated, but some nostalgia with "Santa Cruz" "Going Out of My Head" "The Weekend Starts Here"
Dig it more than I thought. Would revisit on a Sunday afternoon.
You know the songs.
Like I suspected, I went in with prejudice and left the same way. Just not my type of rock or soft rock or whatever. Will not return.
They say it's one of the best live albums, I dig it.
Dug it. Don't know Elvis Costello too well.
Not really my vibe, but glad I listened. Might throw on at a pool party.
WHOA! I've never heard of this band and now I need to know more about them. LOVED THIS.
Great, will return
There that recommendation goes
Some great britpop tracks on here.
Really dig this.
Couldn’t find it
Just not my vibe.
Won't ever revisit.
Dig Talk Talk I guess!
Dig this, punk meets dub
At least he's a good dad.
Not really listened to REM, dug this ok.
cool early dinosaur jr.
The Killing Moon is unfuckwithable.
Heard a Jens Lekman song that he sampled.
Nice oldies tracks. "Groovin'" is great. "How Can I be Sure" is also killer.