Liked Try and Love Again.
It's good. In a Jar is probably my favorite.
Like My Generation, the extended version.
It's very long but good songs.
Already listened. The Spark that Bled is great.
Classic. Requiem and Bloodsport are probably favorites.
It's reggae, don't really dig that.
Like Bones, Junkhead, Rooster.
Light / Fireworks is good, the rest sounds like normal The Fall...
I prefer Parklife. But Beetlebum is great.
Climbatize, Firestarter, ... all classics.
Couple of famous songs.
Really not for me.
Wake Up is good.
Animal is good, otherwise it's the 80s hairy metal I generally hate.
Walk On By is great.
Not bad at all, but probably won't be getting back to it.
This is great, will listen again.
Really love most of the songs! Will be listening to from now on.
There are a couple of really good ones.
A very pleasant surprise. Love Just Like the Rain and The Ocean.
Didn't like it very much before but now I do!
Not bad. But I can't recall any memorable songs. Actually, Angels and Fuselage is awesome.
Not bad but I wasn't very excited.
It's good but not my kind of music.
I quite enjoyed this. Pretty chill.
Didn't dig it as much as Heaven or Las Vegas.
I dig this a lot.
Needs multiple listens but it's great.
It's just such dad rock... Not bad, though.
It doesn't offend me but there's no way I'd listen to this again.
Maybe after a few more listens I'd find some memorable songs.
Pretty good country.
Face Up is my favorite
I quite liked Lemonade but this is actively bad; I'm really hating this more than anything else on this list so far. Except maybe Pet Shop Boys.
I was very pleasantly surprised. This is cool.
Awesome, jazzy, dark-ish beats.
Country is not my style, frankly, but this one was very good.
Don't love as much as, say, Station to Station or Low. Queen Bitch has a great riff that I should learn how to play though.
This one is a classic for me.
Very pleasant album.
Tomorrow is my favorite.
Doesn't strike me as something that ought to be on the list. Not that I hate it.
Such a delight!
I'm not sure how much I like it. It's got some appeal.
Sad Song is my favorite.
Smoke on the Water is a classic.
Still kicks fucking ass.
Might be my favorite Dylan album. I especially like Highlands.
Didn't really enjoy this. Every song sounds the same.
I dig this kind of music, will be listening again and again.
A nice surprise.
3.5*. Hasn't grown on me yet.
Might be my favorite album of all time.
Dancing Queen I like.
I like the sound but no song really impressed me.
Glad I've found this one. Great electronic music.
I mean, it's LZ.
Except It's Like That, I was bored, frankly.
Favorite song: In the Ghetto
The track Sigourney Weaver fukkin rocks.
Feels quite long but great for programming.
Not my cup of tea.
Favorite album of mine.
Love bossa nova and Sinatra fits into this very well.
Dunno what I could possibly say here, as a devout Nirvana fan.
I think I like Every Ounce of Strength the most. 3.5*
I like Benny, but the rest not so much. Deserves a few more listens though.
100%. This is a perfect album.
The first song is awesome. I know it's not for everyone.
I had heard Relax many times before but didn't know anything about this band. Now I know. There are more great songs on this album.
4.5*. Dirty Work is a song I fell in love with.
Sadly, sounds kind of generic to me.
Great songs, but I don't think I'll be re-listening this very often, so 4*.
Every song is great. 4.5* therefore 5*.
3.5* Favorite songs: Oily Water, Miss America
Favorite: All I Wanna Do
As a Nirvana diehard, this cannot, and isn't, my cup of tea.
First listen: pretty much only like Beep Me 911.
Favorite song: Lady of the North
I like to listen to it, very pleasant.
Favorite songs: Alright, Time To Go.
Jupiter and Teardrop is one of the best songs ever. This is such a gem of an album.
It's pretty good, but none of the songs stood out for me.
There's a bunch of great songs, like Method Man, C.R.E.A.M., etc.
Grass is my favorite.
This was great! I had expected this to me much darker like some of the other Walker's albums, which I don't entirely dig, but this is different.
"Kim" is really uncomfortable. But the rest has its qualities, though a lot/most of the lyrics are unsettling.
Amazing album. Current favorite song: Black Cow, Josie.
Very soft and gentle and a bit boring.
Favorite song: Wild West End.
Sorry, but the songs sound too much samey.
Favorite songs: Feel Flows, 'Til I Die, Surf's Up
Re-listening this album I realized that I very much like Fall In Love With Me.
Favorite song: Trainspotting.
Love it. I was obsessed with Jim for a long time, so 5* is the only reasonable rating.
Very good. Hadn't heard it before. Favorite song: Ride the Wind.
This is like 3.5*. It's great music but nothing really excited me that much.
Favorite song: Sunny Afternoon.
There are pretty good songs on this. Melha might be my favorite. Sadly, I had to listed to this on YouTube with its stupid ads all the time, in a not-so-great quality. But better than nothing, I guess.
Favorite song: Waterloo Sunset.
It's kind of high-schooley but I liked a couple of tracks: Stellar, Nowhere Fast, and Make Yourself.
One of my most-listened-to albums of all times. Classic.
Pleasant to listen to.
Well, I like psychedelia. So, will be listening again, especially the eponymous song.
I like a bunch of songs, mostly the first half of the album. It's like 3.5* to me.
That was a fantastic album.
I'm not sure how to rate this. I think it deserves more listens, but it's hard to get into.
One of my favorite albums of all times, and one of the most listened to.
This still effing slaps.
Favorite songs: Swimming Pools, Money Trees
Favorite track: We Will Not Be Lovers.
Not for me, but I liked the Sally song.
Does every song have to be the same? But never mind me, I also dislike Weezer.
Didn't really want to like it but it's pretty good.