First time hearing this. Insanely impressive. Recorded in one session according to Wikipedia, unreal. Was somewhat surprised to hear electric guitar, but this is a bit of a rock crossover album it seems. Miles’ work on the trumpet steals the show, it’s like listening to how a hug feels. and whoever is on sax is also incredible.
Fun album but unlikely I'll find myself back here again
This album made me feel stressed out. some cool moments though.
This album made me feel stressed out. some cool moments though. generally uninteresting musically and especially lyrically.
Enjoyed the music and particularly the guitar. As always, Neil Young's vocals are not the bright spot.
Fast car is obviously a classic track, but the rest of album seems to fit into the "filler" category with totally uninspiring backing music, and none of the pacing of the vocals that makes fast car so interesting. "Why?" might be somewhat of a outlier, but generally this album didn't live up to expectations.
really hard to get through this. Hard to imagine how anyone would have ever wanted to listen to this album.
I tend to think of zz top as gezers but they seem like they might have been pretty hip back in the 80s. pretty decent classic rock album but likely not one I'll come back to often.
I don't understand why we need this band when we have led zeppelin tbh.
very solid album across the board
very solid album across the board, but also highly nostalgic. For this genre of rock, I'd consider this a high water mark
First time hearing the whole album, it actually holds up well. First album I'm aware of to be basically 100% samples, which was ahead of its time
Definitely sounds a full decade ahead of its time. I'd only heard the first song before, and it's probably the only one I'd come back to
This was a great album, liked it more than I thought I would
This album is a blast and reminds me greatly of my teenager rage. Was surprised how much I liked the handful of songs that didn't become singles from this album.
giving me the good old school rap vibes
incredible album and a truly a standout from Nirvana and this genre at large.
not bad. Wonder why this band never really achieved lasting success like a lot of the similar bands of the era. probably the name was just too stupid
Always loved this album and James Murphy in general. Probably my favorite LCD album from start to finish
I like a few songs on this album but find the rest pretty hard to listen to. in some sense it feels like it dates itself badly.
pretty great debut album
probably one of the most real and honest looks at the subject of love, ever
I was surprised how much I liked this album and is another one that was way ahead of its time. The vocals were weak for me and prevented a 4 start rating
Only really liked the single from the album. not terrible to listen to though.
certainly a classic but for me it didn't hit as hard as other hendrix material
not really for me.
not really for me
I'd consider this the quintessential Billy Joel album
grew on me over the course of the album
Some of the true classics of that era.
Don't think I really get this one, but enjoyed a few of the tracks.
true classic that completely succeeds musically and thematically
seemed like a relatively primitive use of computers/synthesizers in electronic music production. may have been groundbreaking in its day but lacks impact in a modern listening environment
didn't seem to hold up to modern listening in the electronic music category, but wasn't too painful
Didn't love it. I'm confused how he came out with this and lust for life in the same year. That seemed like a much greater success musically than this record.
very fun album, tons of energy