Some classic tracks on here such as Free Bird, but so is Tuesday's gone and my all time favourite track from this band, Simple Man. Never listed to one of their albums before.
My favourite Beatles album, enough said!
I enjoyed it, didn't realise these were the bank Paul Simon used for his Graceland album
Just not my bag
I don't listen to much of the genre, but enjoyed it. Will listen to that again.
Enjoyable - Never listened to him before
Some nice tracks but so middle of the road it became dull, very fast!
I liked that more than I thought I would.
Could do with listening to it a bit more, but enjoyed it. You can really hear that that whole style really started with him..
Some interesting songs, but not for me
I knew a lot more songs on this than i thought i would!
Really enjoyed it. Wouldn't want to listen to it all the time though
Just not a fan
I found it a bit generic but that's probably because he was the first and it's been done to death since!
I genuinely thought I'd really like this album.... I didn't
A good listen!
Some great tracks, but find it hard to really enjoy it as an album at times.
You can see where so many bands have got their influence from. I just prefer a cleaner sound. Even though this is an iconic album, it's just a solid album for me.
I want to like them, but i just don't
Desolate Bruce sounds great!
Just not my bad at all
It really isn't for me. I'm sure some people loved it, but will avoid giving it my first 1 star too.
I really enjoyed listening to this. I will be adding this into my regular rotation!
This is a classic 80s rock album. I heard this a lot growing up through older family members loving it. Objectively, probably not a 5 star album, but all tracks are really really good and some catchy radio friendly tunes in there for good measure.
A pleasant listening experience
I just dont like the style at all. Just not for me. Other than the song Virtual Insanity that had a fantastic video, I never understood the attraction to this band.
So so, middle of the road...yawn
I enjoyed listening to this, but probably wouldn't come back to it often.
An enjoyable jazzy romp
A fantastic album, brilliantly produced. The opening 9 mins of Shine on You Crazy Diamond is just incredible. Overall, it's a stone cold classic.
A really indulgent opening 20 minute track, but I still quite enjoyed the album overall.
Not my favourite album from them, but some great tracks on it
That was a struggle
First 2/3 of this album are just superb. Very tempted to give it the 5, but i won't!
A bit too much noise gong on!
A couple of good tracks. Certainly not something I would listed to on a regular basis. Plenty of forgettable ones too.
Vibes of Elton's Honky Chateau through a lot of this. Enjoyable Listen. 3.5 really
Wanted to like this. Strong Trent Reznor vibes but just not a good album.
He's a little bland but at the same time, the music isn't too bad.
Some great drumming surrounded by noise
It was fine, with some good hits but will never play it again!
Such a great album. I liked one or two songs off earlier albums, but this was album was terrific
Crap Punk. I know it's the style but i hate the production of this early punk stuff.
By the end of the album, I got pretty bored of the singer shout Wow every 20 seconds.
A bit unforgettable
A touch boring. I was expecting a bit more from them.
Just not my bad. The chap has a good voice but it's not for me.
Kind of a 3.5 stars for me, but it's a good listen
I really like this album, not their best in my opinion but certainly an iconic one with that album cover.
Lovely voice, but fairly boring album. Lots of songs sound very similar
I absolutely love this album. One of the first albums that really caught my attention as a teenager. It is such a fantastic listen.
A really good listen, but just not good enough for me to give it 4 stars
That voice hurt my ears
Really want to like this album, but it's not grabbing me.
Really enjoyed listening to this album, but not quite a 4 for me.
A well put together album that sounds very much of it's time. Thankfully the Beatles progressed and drove music forward from the early pop/rock sound.
A fantastic album. U2 dreamed it all up again and have another album on par with the Joshua Tree
I don't get the appeal of Joy Division. I know they were trend setters, but nothing much stands out at all.
A "nice" album. Each song on their own is really nice, feel good music, but a whole album of the same type is a bit draining
A classic, but get boring quickly.
That was crap...
Fantastic Album from start to finish!
Just not my bag
I quite liked this. Surprised myself! I think what adds to be liking it more is the fact that I know the Ryan Adam cover album version pretty well.
Just not a Morrissey fan
It was fine, just not my bag. Some catchy rhythmical sections
Rock is my bag, but this is not. Very forgettable!
Not my jam
Some great tracks, but not one of their great albums
Nice coffee shop music
Some great tracks on this. Particularly enjoyed Disc 1.
Not bad, just a little dull for me. Not a fan of his voice though which doesn't help
An excellent album, not giving it the full 5 as a rarely stick this one on so I guess it doesn't draw me back in regularly the way any album I'm going to rate 5 starts should.
I dont know what it is, but i just dont really like them. His voice or the music works for me at all.
Hard to really know what to give this album. A really well produced album with some great tracks, but the remaining tracks are a snooze fest of middle of the road soft rock. 3.5 out of 5 for me, but will bump to 4 cause of Hotel California
Other than Tainted Love, wasn't too much that I liked from this
Great opening track but it's a little samey.
An excellent album from my childhood. Not quite top drawer but still an excellent listen.
Better than I remember, but just not that big a fan of Morrisey
Kind of a 3.5/5 for me. Some great tracks, pretty self indulgent at the same time