A 38 minute groove.
Mad as a box of frogs, but it races along and you can hear who it influenced.
Lyrically superb and has aged surprisingly well. Liked it more than when it came out.
Excellent album, he had a lot to say and he was on the money, where will the children play indeed.
Mellow, great in the sunshine. Harmonies shine some good lyrics and some twee ones.
Brilliant album, so much variety often in the same track.
Lyrically it seems shock value is rated highly tunes wise it harks back all over the place.
Not my normal listen but this is excellent, loved it.
Great album. A great voice with some top arrangements.
Tunes excellent, voice grates a bit but enjoyable enough
Not an album I would have picked out but boy I'm glad I've listened its outstanding.
Surprisingly good, I'm far away from the target audience but an enjoyable if overlong album.
Sort of washed over me not offensive not great just there in my ears.
Superb, an introspective delight. If you're looking for more of Born In The USA there will be disappointment to start with but stay it's worth it.
One of the great debut albums and still throbs with energy 40 odd years later.
Wilfully obtuse, I found it hard going.
Discordant and strangely melancholic.
A beautiful album.
Melancholy off the scale, great vocals and sublime arrangements.
Scoots along at a decent lick. It's a good album that can save Waterloo Sunset to be last track.
Excellent, zips along, nothing outstays it's welcome.
Melodic and gentle.
The sex album.
Clever and inventive.
So much more than a punk album
Singles great but some filler in there
Really rather a splendid album.
Great sad album, Dancing Queen this most certainly isn't.
Musically ok but just cannot cope with the vocals
Amazing album, briiiant guitar as expected but a special mention to bass player Leo Lauchie who is outstanding all the way through.