Thanks I hate it
I didn't mind this album at first...if it had been 10 songs I may have rated it higher. There was no need for 69 of these songs. Most of them feature off key vocals and instrumentation that made me feel like I was in a haunted Fun House. The longer it went on the more I grew to despise this album.
This did not age well.... Eminem is clearly talented, but consistent misogyny, violence against women, fat shaming, and homophobia throughout was disgusting. Obviously his intent is to offend people, but this just feels like it's trying to be edgy for the sake of shock value.
I tried this album out back in the day and wasn't a huge fan (other than the instant classic "Chicago"). I've grown to really love his more recent music since then and was excited to revisit this. Sadly, it still didn't quite do it for me.
If I've learned anything from participating in this it's that I fucking hate Tom Waits
Some of it was cool but a lot of it was grocery store music
I wish I liked jazz but I just don't.
Not the worst thing in the world, but his voice has always been like nails on a chalk board for me...I much prefer his wife's music.
what in the world
This album feels like getting a nice long hug from a good friend you haven't seen in a while. One of my favorites.
I've had to sit through several tragic high school productions of the stage musical inspired by this album. I'm not sure I'll ever really be able to appreciate it properly. I went into this with an open mind but it gave me unpleasant flashbacks.
I can't get past his vocals
All of the songs sounded exactly like Ace of Spades to me
I enjoy the instrumentation but I've never been a fan of Dylan's vocals.
Wow, I loved this. I only knew the title track. This album reminded me a lot of Lady GaGa and I'm here for it.
Now I know where the composers of the Stranger Things score got their inspiration.
I would classify this as "noise" more than actual music
This album made me feel like I was being stalked by some unseen horror through the decaying set of the 2001 film Moulin Rouge
I'm confused by the inclusion of film soundtracks on here... what is the criteria? Why are there no John Williams scores if soundtracks are fair game?
Taylor Swift is the music industry
I grew up listening to The Cure but this album isn't my cup of tea.