Good jams. This album really slaps.
What a great album the whole way through. Pusherman reminds me of the one time I accidently found myself on Whalley in Surrey. Got back on that skytrain and felt Superfly again.
Some real bangers in this album, some other songs were like cabbage island.... only okay.
A chill beat with a spicy flavor. Would listen again.
Picks me up when i'm feeling low
Sonic soundscapes that were both relaxing and energetic. Music to play board games to. Good stuff.
Yeah it's okay. I feel like it could be good if you were in the right mood. I guess the album is 30 years old, which is crazy, probably very progressive at the time. But feels like it's a mid 2000s emo album
What is this... country? I listened to the whole thing, but I wasn't happy about it.
Pretty good. I dig.
Just relaxing, easy listening vibe. Music to build furniture to.
Tea drinkin' music.
Great album from start to finish
Swung into a good album
This was enjoyable.
Great album from start to finish.
Chai tea flavored mornings
Sounds like the basis for Tom Petty's sound. Good album
I enjoyed this, but wasn't mind blowing
A good album if you are feeling too happy and want that to change
This album got real, real fast.
Melodic, but full of cheese. Did not enjoy.
I felt like I was unwillingly transported to middle England to hear some depressing tales. They say the weed wasn't strong in the 60s, but this proves otherwise.
Bleep bleep, good beats
Noise rock might not be my thing.
Good album - thoughtful lyrics
Never realized how much of a foundation Kraftwerk laid for electronic music and robot pop.
Skilled rapper. I'm sure these lyrics were shocking when this album came out, but now seem a little tired.
Reminded me of Electo Joshua Tree
What a wild ride!