Very talking heads
Some classic songs, may contain traces of cultural appropriation
Couple of great tracks, some seem indulgent
Seminal blues/rock, but a bit samey
Deep and meaningful
Seminal hip-hop/rock but a bit samey
In it for the money is ok single (80% is outro), but would I be sad if I had died without hearing it? No
Happy Man and At Last I Am Free are hidden gems
Not bad but not special. Mid afternoon at a festival
Eccentric and over the top but some sort of genius
A bit samey but very enjoyable
Lots of short songs, not bad but didn't engage me
Sorry only 3 tracks on Spotify
Solid hip hop
Not my metallic cup of tea DNF
Strumtastic. Nothing special
atmospheric alt rock
Pretty good example of 80s dark synth work
Lots of very short songs. Bring back the 2 minute single...
Bangers all the way 10/10
Put it in your pocket full of cupcakes
Awful. Couldn't finish it. Indulgent Cali-rock
I can see why it's on the list but not my cup of tea really
Great, but hoping 'kind of blue' is on here too
Pretty good indie. Extra star for having two xylophone solos in Gone Daddy Gone
Not my favourite Beatles album but still classic NB 13 songs, 30 minutes. More like this please modern people....
Magnificent. 'Maybe your baby' is pretty much the first part of Prince's career in 6:50...
OK, bit boring in hindsight
Seminal but too long
Not best but good
Not as bad as Incubus, but still does my head in with no redeeming features
Alt art rock. Pleasant enough
Where are my ski pants and shoulder pads?
Actually not bad, if you don't mind the high pitched voice
Lush sounds, very smooth, not really my cup of tea but not awful
Long. Triple album long. Not bad but samey...
Very clever man, that McCartney...
I can see the appeal but not quite to my taste. Would see live...
Grunge rock. Not bad song-by song, but long & samey...
Great garage band. Excellent cover of 'The Night Time is the Right Time'. 12 songs in 29 minutes gets bonus points...
Pretty enjoyable, even if the title track isn't on the Spotify version
Morrissey is a bit of a dick now, but this is a classic
2 classic covers
some classics on here but pretty long...
Not exactly my cup of tea, but I can see the appeal in the right room. Includes the worlds shortest song, so well done for that...
The missing link between pubrock and post-punk. More about PP here... https://deserter.co.uk/2020/09/only-one-peter-perrett/
Good singer, conscious funky soul Oh and pay your taxes Bono, sorry, Lauryn...
lovely voice, subversive then, unsurprising now...
Smooth and jazzy
Some good, some ok, not life changing
Interesting mix of covers (James Brown, blues), pop and their own developing voice
Knows his stuff
Not bad blue eyed soul
I like a re-mix/edit as much as anyone, but this is tedious. Sounds like it was done by AI rather than humans...
Up my street
Only two songs on spotify but I liked them
Smooth and soulful
Would dance to some of, but generally slick and solipsistic
Couple of lovely tracks here (calvary cross and IWTSTBLT)
passed me by
Very gentle. The Roy Orbison of Sheffield...
Ah yes, I remember it well...
Only two tracks on Spotify but very good ambient
Very west coast, not your usual Buckley, not bad..
Not bad, would give it 3.5 if I could
Interesting, would watch at a festival
No, thank you. The algorithm followed this up with Spinal Tap, which seems appropriate
Groovy but a bit much after a while
A bit pompous
Love Scorpio, rest a bit dated or meh. I remember The Message seeming a bit mainstream even when it came out
Not offensive but not really adding anything to my life
Interesting but not compelling
Not great for me
I'll get my long coat...
Would be one star if it wasn't for 'Elected'
good of its kind but gave birth to too many youth jazz band versions of Watermelon Man...
Hurt is great, and he is an icon but not much musically
groovy but not special
Would do 3.5 if I could
I like the production
This seems like the nineteenth LC album this site has sent me. I'm sure it's great and he's sincere but not what I wanted for my birthday
I think we are lucky to have Damon