So much of this album is a lot of the same. Doesn't quite take me on a "journey" the way my favorite albums do. That isn't always a problem, but I am not in love with Oasis' sound. Good music, but not necessarily for me. 3.5/5
Love these long songs, layers of instrumentation and vocals that sustain the energy throughout. Really excellent music. A bit pit off by the homophobia(?) In the final song. 4.5/5
I don't have much to say. A lot of this late 80s/early 90s hip hop sounds very similar to me. Cancel me if you must. 3/5
I have listened to all of Dylan's major works, but I'm so glad I re-listened. Took some time to get into, but this is brilliant. 4.5/5
Wasn't familiar with their earlier stuff. Interesting to hear how it evolved. 3.5/5
I am a believer that music is meant to be heard live, but live albums rarely capture the experience. This album really takes off during Need Your Love and maintains that energy. 4/5
I'm not saying it's a bad album, I'm just saying I have listened to it multiple times and I can tell you maybe what two songs sounds like 3/5
Nick Drake is a magician 5/5
Really digging the psychedelic energy here. 4/5
I understand this is the literal blueprint for 2000s rock, but it's not exactly something I am gonna throw on fir casual listening. 3.5/5
Love the Kinks.
Good stuff. Managed to surprise me more than once.
Not quite a concept album, but there's a common emotion woven throughout. Wonderfully melancholic. 4.5/5
Not terribly memorable.
Maybe too much hype(?) but this wasn't as transcendent as I'd hoped. 3.5/5
I know I said rap from this era was all the same, but Public Enemy was doing it different. 4.5/5
I don't care what y'all say, this is Bowie's best, and one of the greatest albums ever created.
A link between Nick Drake and James Taylor, the album never surpasses its title song, but Don's expressive vocals offer lots of gems. 4/5
Good beats 3.5/5
Really dug this 4.5/5
Love me some 60s psychedelic rock 4.5/5
Love The Kinks. Perfection.
Easy 5 stars. Masterpiece of an album.