Wouldn't listen to again apart from maybe the Jack of Hearts song.
Not really by preferred genre at all but was a pleasant enough listen. I don't know much Spanish so the lyrics all lost on me.
Good tunes, let down by the vocals.
homophobic - ugh
A Man Needs A Maid - wtf
Wow, absolutely fantastic. First 5 I've given to a fresh album on this list.
Generic nu-metal. A couple of hit singles and surely someone's favourite band as a teenager but not sure what they are doing on this list.
Not the greatest Smiths albums, suffers from Morrissey's tendency to have better song titles than the actual song itself and you always know a band is nearing the end of the line when they start whining about record companies.
Never heard of these guys before. A real find. A shame that some tracks seem to be missing from Spotify, I could easily imagine an alternative universe where the ones I heard would be as familiar to us as the Beatles back catalogue. There must be a story somewhere in how these guys never 'made it.
First half of the albums I was leading towards a 2, the second half is much better and Love to the People is fantastic.
Not as essential as the follow-up, but it deserved to be everywhere in 99.
An observation. It seems like the best tracks on albums from late 50s/early 60s are covers of Little Richard songs.
Street Life (the first track) is excellent.
rich New York kids want to play rock'n'roll. Good but ultimately disposable
Not for me - like nails scratching on a blackboard.
so, so, silly but in an entertaining way
Ramones did the definitive version of the first song. Rest not particularly interesting.
happy memories of seeing them live in the late 90s. Slightly surprised they chose this album rather than Stoosh or Paranoid & Sunburnt which were bigger hits and less nu-metally.