This one didn't speak to me
This was a twangy cosmic horror. Country and some songs had polka accordion. Why.
Thoroughly did not enjoy it
More rock than I had expected with my little knowledge of their later soft pop career.
This was an important listen.
I enjoyed some of the songs but felt that much of the album was generic. It was still interesting to listen to it.
The album sounded like primo 1950s in a good way. I was surprised by how many songs I recognized but had heard performed by others.
I don't know the last time I had listened to this album start to finish and it was so much more than I remember it being. This definitely belongs on the list.
This was a challenging listen. Jazz is not normally my main squeeze but I did enjoy it knowing how influential it was to artists that I love
This was an enjoyable jam.
I liked it! It was like being serenaded with covers and new songs by a proto punk band.
It was fine. I was not particularly into it. It seemed to have fallen into the trap of influential at its time but I've heard it so far after its release. I've heard who they have influenced and enjoyed that far more.
This was a complicated listen. I thoroughly enjoyed it but the artist's personal life ruins it some.
This was another complicated listen. It rated a 2 to me because it was so long and very samey.
I enjoyed it but it seemed very much a cocaine fueled product of its time.
It was jazzy but not really my jam.
This takes me back to MTV and Perry Farrell's screechy voice. I still love it.
This is a distinct difference from the hair metal rock that came before it. I wouldn't call this album great but it was an okay listen.
Blech. This is not my favorite of U2 albums. 2/5
Cool but dated
It was a pleasant listen but not one that I will likely listen to again.
A lot of great songs but interesting to hear the album as a whole with many songs that were not as strong.
What more to say than legendary?
Previously, I had dismissed Anthrax as bog standard metal but that was refreshingly progressive.
Just a delightful listen.
The first song was a banger. I liked this far more than I expected to.
There were many excellent songs on here but this one falls into the trap of being too popular and becoming generic.
So boring 2/5
Many great songs and many so-so songs. This album could have used an editor.
This sounds like the granddaddy of metal but very current. I'm impressed, though it's not my typical listen.
This was a twangy cosmic horror. Country and some songs had polka accordion. Why.
Funky but in a kind of generic way. Looking at the date, it seems like similar music that I'm familiar with from the 70s originates with this album making it proto-70s funk. neat.
There were some songs I had heard by other groups but this was fairly meh.
Absolutely enjoyed this and had never heard it before. A few of the songs sounded like proto-Stereolab
I was ambivalent to this but the piano ending to Crime of the Century (last song) was beautiful.
It was a solid 3/5 stars.
Solid 3/5. Not necessarily anything that I need to revisit but not terrible.
It was a-ok. There were a few songs to enjoy but mostly filler to me. 3/5
It was an okay listen but not likely to repeat it.
This is a mega fave!
This was immensely enjoyable.
Who liked this? There are a few songs that are bangers but most of it is awful.
This album is one of my all-time-faves.
Nice to listen to this again
A lot of fun poppy songs on here.
Some of the songs are great but I just can't with MJ the person. Rating it 2/5 BAD
There was a lot to unpack with this album
This seemed like the precursor to acid rock and was an enjoyable listen
Not a bad album but not my fave Kate Bush album.
This was an enjoyable listen and I recognized several songs as covered by others
Enjoyable, hip album
What a great reminder on how much I love this album.
I felt like I was deeply immersed in the cool 60s until Lou Reed start singing about dingdongs. Still an enjoyable listen.
Some high hits and some misses.
That took me back to the 90s
Continuing with the 90s, this album was more tolerable to listen to than when it was on repeat.
I had never listened to the entirety of this album before. It was an okay listen but will not likely listen to again.
Jazzy, funky fun It wasn't on spotify, I listened to it on youtube.
Hot beats and casual misogyny. It's enjoyable but there is definite cringe
His understated voice is beautiful.
It wasn't great and wasn't terrible.
This would not have been my pick for 1001 albums.
Her voice is beautiful.
It's nice background music.
Another nice background listen.
Rhymes and good flow coupled with talking about difficult social issues
Why was it so long.
Standard White Stripes
Great listen again.
Excellent background chill music
This is music for dudes to try to get laid, right? Meh
I liked how this just seemed very 1980.
I had forgotten how much I enjoyed this album when it came out.
I think I need to admit I am not a Bob Dylan person. It was okay.
The older I get, the more I dislike this album
It's been a long time since I listened to this.
The only thing not making this a 5 is the rampant homophobia.
Another album with great beats and infused with steady homophobia and misogyny :|
Bops and weirdness because Michael Jackson.
What a delightful weird listen
Thoroughly did not enjoy it
Very much not my jam and kind of boring.
Still not a Bob Dylan person but I did enjoy this one more than the last album. The lyrics are great and I've enjoyed these songs performed by others.
I had almost forgotten about hip hop inclusion of joke/skit tracks
This album has stood up!
I enjoy this album and it's so soothing to listen to. Her other albums are even better, though.
Mostly a ho-hum but fine album.
What a fun listen
Another great re-listen
So many great re-listens this week.
It seemed very dated but an okay listen.
So close to good but Johnny Rotten is such an edgelord.
Fun & jazzy album
It was inoffensive but nothing special
I still dig it.
More rock than I had expected with my little knowledge of their later soft pop career.
Some good songs, some schlocky schlock.
Super enjoyed this proto new wave album
This is a fave
Beautiful background music.
Best band named after a pneumatic dildo.
Another excellent relisten. I appreciate that it is aggressively bilingual.
An enjoyable listen to the classics
Christmas and Phil Spector, an abysmal combination. The voices are beautiful but the music is blech.
Beautiful voice but seems dated and very adult contempo
For the sick guitar licks it is a good listen
That was a fun listen.
I enjoy this album but still not my most favorite Radiohead album.
Very cliche 70s though based on the inclusion, I assume this was the start of it
Dudes pretending to be cowboys will never not be funny. Still an enjoyable listen.
What a weird, wonderful listen.
I found this boring
How could you not enjoy this?
It was okay but not anything I will likely listen to again.
This was far better than I had anticipated. I would relisten.
Smooth jazz. It was so smooth but I'm not smooth enough to enjoy it.
I'd heard samples but not listened to before. Enjoyable and will relisten for background music.
An excellent introduction to chill triphop
This album is one of my top 90s picks.
I'm singing high. I'm singing low. -this album It's not a bad album but I'm not going to be extolling its virtues on high.
I enjoy Frank Black immensely. No one song stood out but I would relisten to this as an album
Indie album with a few honorable mention songs. I wish this was a 10 point scale because 3.5 is where it belongs to me.
Courtney Love is problematic. This album is a gem.
I both like and dislike this album. I think it's the issue that I've heard all of these songs innumerable times and they've become banal. I tried to imagine what it would be like to hear this album for the first time and it's solid.
I understand why this is sampled so frequently.
Every single song is excellent.
I didn't expect this to be such a chill listen
This was a fun punk listen.
These blues didn't make me blue
Jam bands are not my jam.
Note, if you're listening to this on spotify, one of the versions of this album is listed as 2+ hours long. Only the first 10 tracks are actually from this original album. It also says 2010 but the original album was released in 1980. I thoroughly enjoyed this album and could hear its influences in Lou Weed, err Reed, REM, and even a Minutemen track.
This album was a sampler's dream. Great beats and lyrics.
I had never heard of this album before. It was a wild trip to listen to it slide through triphop, jazz, and back around again.
Peter Gabriel was much improved by breaking out solo. Genesis was made even worse by making Phil Collins their lead singer.
An okay listen. It was an interesting combo of 70s rock and 80s punk. I probably won't relisten, though.
Chill jazzy background music. I dig it.
It sounded like dated late 80s/early 90s dance music but it did sound like the pre-cursor to a lot of music that I have enjoyed.
A nice fresh listen for a Sunday evening.
Solid early hell metal. Rock on.
Almost every song is a banger.
Love everything about this album
This album was so much better than I anticipated. There were rock songs, nods to musicals (not my fave but an interesting take), and even a brass send off.
A little jam, a little rock'n'roll.
A haunting listen!
This was unlistenable drivel. I felt like I was trapped in folk concert hell and the only way out was through a patchouli hurricane.
Powerful rock anthems!
Some of the songs were groundbreaking. Some sounded like a dude with a synth on a dare.
An essential rock album
Mediocre but not as terrible as I feared it would be. I'd give it a 2.5 but 3/5 is close enough.
This was an a-okay listen. For how much after it sounds like this album, it's so difficult to think of a timeline without the Isley Brothers.
Indifferent on this one. Nothing struck me as interesting or catchy about it.
It's impressive that this is from 1977 and yet it sounds so contemporary for many of the songs.
Relaxing, deep vocals and jams. This sounds like a beautiful 60s-70s throwback but with a modern twist. An unexpected wonderful listen.
Not particularly interested in boring nu-metal or what started the boring nu-metal phase.
This was satisfactory background music for me.
Music to rue your ex to
I need to admit to myself that I love David Bowie's fashion sense but am mostly indifferent to his music. This album is fine but not exceptional.
Sounds like I also need to add that I must admit I am not a fan of the Boss. I understand his significance but I don't have to enjoy it.
This was thoroughly enjoyable!
I do not understand the fuss for this album.
So good. So 60s.
This album is a superb mess. Separating the artist from the work gives it a 4/5. Throwing in the current scandals makes some of the songs like Monster incredibly chilling.
This was a fun listen.
I did not find anything super exciting about this album. It was fine.
The title song is 22+ minutes of Germans being weird and I loved every minute of it.
I enjoy MBV but I'm not sure there was a single song that I would say was exceptional on this album.
Legit great album.
This was an important listen.
This album is a little dated but still a joy to listen to. Beth Orton providing some of the vocals is also A+
Some songs were very powerful (title track, Illegal Search) while others were dated and did not age well (6 Minutes of Pleasure that clocked in at under 5 minutes, casual sexist mentions.) A conflicted 3/5
It's tricky not to rate this a 5, it's so close.
Perhaps this was instrumental in that quintessential 80s sound but it just sounded like generic 80s music to me.
This was a lot of Bob Marley for a person who does not care for Bob Marley.
This is the Irish version of the 60s. Highly indifferent to it.
The songs + her voice are absolutely beautiful. This is not my style of music but the merit rates it
Some great songs
1970s weirdness personified is John Cale.
The sampling on this album continues to be divine.
Beautiful voice and it was like being wrapped up in cozy songs that I already knew.
Unsure if I find this album banal or that I've heard American Pie so many times it is a trite 8 minute slog.
Treating this as a tutorial of Indian music made it fascinating.
This was very much a slice of a day for 1968
A fun listen!
Listening to Tom Waits is like getting sucked into a time vortex where all music is a step off, vaguely threatening, and could be played in a seedy bar called Ole Scratch's. But also, you love it.
This was a nice a goth listen on a cloudy day
Intricate metal that sounds like the start of later metal. A decent listen.
This album overwhelmingly aged well
Music for dorks by a dork.
Still as enjoyable as the first time I heard it.
Yuck. It's the worst of all worlds: Christian music and country.
That was an unexpected joy to listen to. It had nice hints of 80s weirdness + proto-ska
This album screams high school to me even though it was released well before I was in high school.
I really enjoyed listening to this album. I had heard individual songs but never the entire album in a listen-through.
The album has some good sampling on quite a few songs.
It's like an album devoted to god & weed.
This was an a-okay listen.
70s boring listen.
The songs were okay but again, I am just not a big Bowie fan.
This was an enjoyable relisten. I forgot how many songs were on here that are absolute bangers.
It's an okay rock album but not high on my list.
One of my all-time favorite albums!
It's interesting listening to this with the knowledge that he ended up on Law & Order SVU.
Relaxing background music.
This one did not draw me in as much as I expected it to.
It's an okay background listen.
This album continues to be infinitely replayable.
Such a fun listen and does not sound horribly dated!
Generic mid-90s, precursor to the ska revival
This album smells like ditch weed and polyester
Another great relisten!
An a-ok rock album
Super guitar licks!
This is a great example of an album that is meant to be listened as a whole and not just individual tracks.
1.) The album cover is a cosmic nightmare. 2.) Chocolate Cake drops a lot of names that were relevant in 1991 and have resurged in relevance in 2021/2022. 3.) The fadeout track I'm Still Here is like a coke fueled taunt song to the audio recording staff.
Is it the best album about buildings and food? Yes.
I feel like I was transported to an elevator; a sexy, sexy elevator.
It's a daydream worthy album!
I found the first song, Dolphin, unlistenable but the rest of the album was an a-ok listen and I'm glad I didn't turn it off. I hadn't realized that Everybody's Talkin' was by Fred Neil and not Harry Nilsson
I recognize a few songs that have been sampled and the licks are good.
Not a bad 80s rock album.
Nico is like wrapping yourself in a warm blanket on a brisk morning while having a cup of tea.
It was a cool listen with modern and folksy elements.
Missy Elliott can do no wrong.
Solid 80s rock with lyrics that will make you want to sing along and rebel
Some of the songs were bangers and sounded like the 70s. Other songs were extra cringe and sounded like the 70s.
Acid rock with a little influence of folk peeking through.
That album was amazing. The supporting artists on it, the song choices, just everything.
While I am not the biggest Bowie fan, I was impressed by how modern this album sounds.
This was a high-five from the 90s and sounds like the granddaddy of albums that came later.
Another great relisten
It was an okay rock album.
I enjoyed it but not my favorite Morrissey album.
This was jazzy, cool background music.
I had forgotten how much I had enjoyed this album
That was far more enjoyable than I had expected. It was a little proto ska, punk, rock album
Another solid rock album.
A lot of misogyny in here but also a lyrical slice of life.
Another weirdo high-five from Steely Dan.
Is the title a lie? Maybe a little but the album is anything but rubbish
This album was an unexpected love when I listened to it the first time
Some great songs and some mediocrity in here.
This was an interesting listen. I liked it.
I love Bob Mould!
This was a rough listen and sounded like dork music.
Another challenging listen. From singing a song about his drug-addicted mother who struggled raising him to rapping about murdering people, this was tough.
It was an enjoyable background listen.
I just love this album; no hate involved.
I had never listened to the whole album. I hadn't realized the extent of rock and jam that was combined.
What a weird, weird album
I really enjoyed it. I hadn't heard this before. What a treat!
A fun listen with rock and a little blues tossed in for good measure.
I had forgotten how long the title track is. Good jam.
I love everything PJ Harvey
It was an a-ok listen. This album was never my jam but I'd never actually listened to the whole thing in a go.
I can't say enjoy is a term I would use with this album but it was a really interesting listen. I noticed that the first song has been sampled by MIA. I also recognized that several songs had been covered by other bands.
A lot of good songs but it was also quite long
This was ho-hum and solidly 3/5
Sick guitar licks and it had become easy to ignore how talented Clapton was in the 70s on how ridiculous his personal life is now.
That was a far funnier album than anticipated. The self deprecating humor of Worst Band in the World was primo.
An enjoyable background listen
Country will never be my fave but I can understand why people like Willie Nelson
I enjoyed this even more on the relisten
Somehow, I had never listened to this in its entirety
This album was so folk, it should have named itself Moonchild
I had a teacher in college who loved Faith No More. I did not enjoy that teacher and had avoided Faith No More. It turns out that they were right about one thing and this album was a banger.
The creator of this list has quite a thing for Steely Dan. It's fine but surely there were other artists in the 70s?
This makes me understand why people enjoy Charles Mingus so much and is often listed as so influential.
I love everything about this album and have since I first heard it.
There were a number of enjoyable songs but also a lot of chaff.
Pure guttural rock
The album is better than the album title would imply!
Not as terrible as some country albums.
It was an okay background listen
This one didn't speak to me
60s blues with a little jazzy backdrop.
This was grating and unenjoyable. If you're into boring instrumentals, this is for you.
This sounded far fresher than expected.
It was an okay album but there are other Fleetwood Mac albums that I enjoy more.
This album reminds me of elevator music in that I have definitely heard these songs as elevator music.
Maybe I'm broken but I have never cared much for Elvis.
Not a fan.
Excellent music from an absolute trashcan of a human.
Bloodbuzz Ohio is still one of my faves.
It's basically an album of absolute bangers
Groundbreaking with rap & rock.
You could say it was Madness that I had never listened to the full album. Listener note, Spotify wasn't showing a lot of the tracks so I listened on youtube instead.
This album didn't have to go so hard but it did.
I am often indifferent to Billy Bragg but being tempered with Wilco and some Natalie Merchant, it's very enjoyable.
A peppy background listen
It was a good listen to the whole album when I had only heard a few songs before.
I don't understand the praise for this album.
I had forgotten how much I liked this album considering my copy was stolen 15+ years ago.
They parented the hell out of the 60s
Paul Simon is an okay listen but has never been my fave.
Eleanor Rigby is one of my fave songs ever.
It's fascinating how fresh some of the songs sound but the album as a whole is dated to the 80s
This album is like getting roped into an 80s dance hall filled with Tab
Is this the beginning of krautrock?
This album must have moved seemlessly from this to kidzbop.
This didn't do much for me. It's was okay.
I <3 <3 <3 this album
This was far better than some of the bland pop that mimicked it.
It's an album of cool and collected bops
Manic Street Preachers just sounds like whiny preaching to me.
I'm not saying it was a bad album but it was very much setting the tone for the 80s.
The drummer from Def Leppard only has one arm. But, this album is an asskicking jam from start to finish
Bonnie Raitt has a beautiful voice but her music doesn't really draw me. Still a solid album.
The only song on here that I would relisten to is Janey Got a Gun
I love the music. I have loved this album since I first heard it. Moby is a creep.
This sounds like transition from the 80s to the 90s but in a delightful way.
High speed punk
Messy people make great albums.
Darkwave for days
This was an interesting listen since I'd heard many songs from this album but never the complete album
The year is 1973. Things are bleak. The only thing you have to look forward to is another damned Steely Dan album.
This album stood up better than it had any right to
Can You Forgive Her still hits so hard
When I think of The Strokes, I will forever think of The Onion article "That Guy From the Strokes Accused of Looking Like That Guy From the Strokes"
One of my fave albums of all time
An easy background listen
The guitar riffs are sick. It may be an issue with the spotify album but 2 hours of many of the same songs was a bit too long. The core songs are phenomenal, though.
Leonard Cohen never went into dotage. This album is beautiful and powerful.
From before they hit the US!
What a weird interesting album
I don't know that I would ever listen to this album again but it was neat to hear a 1960s take on blues.
This album seems like it has been largely forgotten but it's worth a relisten.
The Who songs are fun to listen to but this live album has the added creepy old man hitting up a young girl. If you can ignore that part for the songs, you're good. If not, pass.
This really did remind me of a lot of artists that came out like Arctic Monkeys, etc.
This album hits hard and is full of hits.
Joni Mitchell has never been someone I've listened to. Generally, her music does not draw me in. Her voice is absolutely stunning, though
Great album, too bad it had to be Morrissey the person. I will never stop laughing when I see Morrissey wearing his own swag.
This struck me as 60s de rigeur
This album is so tight and a great relisten
I don't think I had listened to the whole album before. There were catchy lyrics but also OTT horrorcore
None of the songs on this album really drew me in. It was your average 70s album.
I hadn't ever listened to this particular album which is ridiculous because Aimee Mann is amazing.
It was exactly what I expected
Queer country, queer 50s ballad. Nice listen.
This is an album of classics
This was an interesting listen of Bongo covers.
George Jones had hair that said Philanderer and music that left me asking "Why am I not skipping this entire album?".
This is basically the 70s in an album
There are some bangers on here.
I hadn't realized this album was this old!
A fun re-listen and I'm guessing this album was pushed because of the death of the queen.
Imagine a harmonica blowing in the wind for long stretches at a time. That's this album.
Quite the rumpus. Mansize Rooster is also quite the name.
Prince was a weird due but this album is jampacked with hits
Interesting listen. It combined Irish folk and modern rock. The album was released in the 80s but sounded very 90s.
This not the Husker Du album that I expected on this list but still enjoyable.
Hardcore emo math rock. It was interesting to listen to.
One of the best house albums
Another nice proto hardcore emo album
Party boy sad dance music. I love it.
Solid album from the og drummer from Genesis
Seems like an album about a pervy 70s star
Another good relisten
Interesting acid rock album
While I feel like there is too much Bowie on this list, this is the one that I would include.
Return of the hip hop comedy sketches!
Bob Dylan was out-dylaning himself
Less rock than I had expected but still an enjoyable album.
It's a shame about Evan Dando?
If I had rated this when it was released, it would have been an easy 5 stars. It's hard to know if excessive playing has diminished the value, but it's at a 3.5.
She has a beautiful voice and this album did nothing for me.
It's guttural but also somehow ethereal old timey punk. Tom Waits could sing about dirty socks and it would be fascinating.
This album was surprising to me that it was from 2007 and not the 70s
Yikes. Some of the lyrics on here are purportedly from the perspective of a psycho but they're like 8 different kinds of racist and not effective.
Live Through This is my fave Hole album but this one isn't half bad.
The songs and the interludes are very effective storytelling
You can hear the migration from rock to punk
The worst of ska?
It's weird how this is one of the top selling christian albums of all times.
Was this a K-hole?
Nice background music. I'm too much of a plebe to appreciate much jazz.
Damon Albarn is still a fave
The sisters sledged this one.
A great relisten
I hadn't listened to the full album and it was interesting to listen to it given the context of the summer of 2020.
This album has everything: punk, funk, and a bit of ska
This is stoner rock with electronic organs. The album was not what I would have expected from Smoke on the Water alone.
Not my jam but beautiful music, nonetheless
Somehow, I had never listened to the whole album before. It was a long album but surprisingly solid throughout
This is music for dorks who think they're tough. Eminem is an uber dork.
This slays from beginning to end
In retrospect, this album is incredibly sad. A young teen singing songs for teens but also older adults :|
A good relisten
An enjoyable punk romp
This album is a solid fave.
If you can separate the artist from the group and this album, the album is phenomenal.
The album is mostly a standard Stones album but it bookended by greatness.
She was so talented!
This was filthier than the radio cuts would have led me to believe.
Another album of anthems for folks that loved rap rock. Not my style but I can see why they would have really enjoyed this particular album.
Surf music and a political song. This was not what I was expecting.
The album was an a-okay listen. Then I remembered that Dave Mustaine got in a fight with Men's Wearhouse to the point of a lawsuit and I couldn't stop laughing.
Lady of the North was an okay song but most of it was forgettable. Not my style.
Great blues, great guitar.
Dirty singing done right
Surf rock has invaded my bones
An a-ok listen
It was an interesting listen, as I had heard many of these songs covered by others first.
This was an okay album.
Not my fave Costello and did not enjoy the casual dropping of the n word
This was an experimental album with our money as target.
How much can I damn this with feint praise? It would be on repeat in purgatory for how bland it is.
A fun bop of an album
Less blues, more explosion
I felt bloodsplatter listening to this metal album
The song title Suite-pee is hilarious.
Another album of songs that I have heard before but didn't know who sang them!
This album is so industrial, grease flooded out while I played it
The 70s called and wanted you to listen to a good album
James Brown being primo James Brown
Rock on, Echo. Rock on, bunnymen.
Better than I expected!
Amazing guitar and blues influences
This album is the remedy to boring music.
Yippee ki-yay, mothertruckers. This is boot scootin', if you're into that. I'm not but I can appreciate it for what it is.
I liked this more than expected
Fun disco rhythms
An hour of listening to 70s dorky rock. No thanks
I maintain Rush is dorky but it's dorky in a fun way
You can't convince me that this isn't about Dave Mustaine's war with Men's Wearhouse.
Damon Albarn was the ultimate Britpop guy.
Your '60s rock band. Note this is not fully available on spotify but can be found on youtube.
This was an awesome 70s rock jam
So perfectly 80s
Richard D James wants you to listen again
Funky and hip
What a beautiful double album.
It was a decent album to listen to but I will not likely listen to it again.
A lyrical story from start to finish
This is one of the most perfect 90s albums
Impressive early 90s rap rock with beats.
I'm not a fan of twang but the lyrics were hilarious.
I'm mighty surprised they let him play at a prison given the lyrics
I'm a hater but I don't really care for Elvis.
Karen Dreijer is a musical genius
I feel like I should have been watching The Wizard of Oz with this.
It was a-ok background music.
Every time I listen to mbv, I want to like them more than I do. It's not bad, I just expect more.
It's fascinating how this album is classified as metal but is so much later than much of the newer metal albums. The progression is interesting.
Robert Smith is a mopey genius.
This album made me want to never listen to music again. Even a song with a punny name Nutrocker did not change my opinion.
This album defined the 90s for me.
This was like listening to dreamy music in an otherwise empty sensory deprivation tank.
Funky soul that has some long cuts and I recognize at least one song that has been heavily sampled
More dreamy background music
A solid 4/5
This was a great album to have running in the background!
I had always made fun of Dire Straits as music for dorks but this was actually a fun one to listen to.
It's interesting listening to this earlier album
Instead of spending valuable time with a therapist, Nick Cave sang about murder for nearly 59 minutes, including a 14 minute murder song. I'm not saying I disliked it, more setting the scene for what you're about to hear.
These disaffected youths grew up to be disaffected middle agers.
Light grungy rock from slackers. I liked it
I enjoyed it. This was the precursor to all electronica music and it's interesting to hear.
Rock, rock, and more rock
This album isn't bad but I likely won't listen to most of the songs again
I feel like I fell because I missed out on this album.
This was an interesting combination of fun music and fascinating lyrics.
Jazzy background music!
An a-ok listen
Her voice is great and while this is not my style of music, it was still a fun listen.
I don't think this was the rebirth. This was just the straight up birth of the cool.
I liked this quite a bit. Note: the album is not currently available on Spotify but you can find the full album on youtube and elsewhere
I feel like I should be listening to this in a dungeon.
I was too young to have listened to this as a kid but still feel like I slept on it.
I enjoyed the seamless inclusion of English and Punjabi
Last Christmas (not on this album) puts a damper on my George Michael appreciation. This album is absolutely a great first half.
While I don't feel the need to listen through both the mono and stereo versions of the songs, I did appreciate that they were included. Great album.
It's sad to hear powerful anti-racist songs when he's become an unhinged antisemite. Then he hits out with misogynist songs and diminishes how great this album should be.
Return of the 90s hip hop and rap album prank calls!
One of my fave of all time albums
An a-ok background listen
Alt 90s dropping by
I really appreciated the deep cuts and one in Italian.
While not currently available on spotify, it is found on youtube. This was an interesting album to listen to with unexpected flute
I could have continued sleeping on most of this album
Rod Stewart goodness
Another Fave of All Time Albums!
A toned down 80s John Lydon
I don't understand the hype behind Deerhunter.
This is another fave album of all times. I enjoyed the linked version of the album that included Dear God at the end. It's a great song but it breaks up the continuity of the album. For those not aware, it was added at the last minute and was not initially in the set roster. It's a great song, again, but does not fit the flow of the rest of the album.
An enjoyable album