Cool funk album
Frankly I have no interest in punk rock, so I listened to the first few songs and called it a day. This isn't a knock on the inventiveness of the band, or any of that, I just genuinely don't care about punk, or old rock for that matter
I honestly don't get any enjoyment out of music like this. I just find it boring.
Did not realize It's a Sin was on there, their sound is pretty good.
I love Hector Lavoe so this was right up my alley. That's mainly why I like it, not necessarily because of specific songs (though the first one is a banger), but because of the overall sound. It's the kind my mom will let me play out loud in the house lol.
I've listened to "Aja" LOTS before but haven't really checked out their older stuff, besides their first release, so I was a bit surprised at how their sound in this album. It of course maintains the cynicism of Donald Fagan's voice, which is signature to the band, but it adheres more to "straightforward" pop, like their first album. Personally I like the jazzier stuff of theirs, but this is good too.
Not really my thing honestly. Not very interesting either IMO
I hate this album
I love Deep Purple, especially with the classic Mark II lineup :) This album kicks ass
This album surprised me with being better than I thought it would be. Listened to it almost three times in a day. The songs are interesting, and they didn't all sound the same.
Got this one on CD. Perfect album as far as I'm concerned.
The production fucking sucks
Did not enjoy
This is kinda weird ngl
I mean it was fine, not really my thing. This kind of rock/country is boring to me.
I know most of these songs from Guitar Hero, but never heard them in good audio quality. I don't mind it actually. Ice Cream Man is creepy as hell. Plus other songs feel condescending as fuck, which I can't stand to listen to personally.
Already know this one, great album
YEAH KRAFTWERK!!! Already love this.
I hate this band, sorry. Not listening to it.
Classic house album. Love it, 5 stars.
She has a nice voice. Reminds me of Karen Carpenter in some of her style. There is a good variety of songs as well, most of which suit her voice.
I thought this was going to be death metal lol, but I was "pleasantly" surprised.
This stuff is really boring to me
This album is pretty good. I like the use of samples. Got it on CD a while ago.
I like how the songs keep it interesting with having a nice variety. I also enjoy the overall low-key mood of it, without it being a downer.
Good fucking album.
It's nice pop-rock I guess
This isn't my favorite Talking Heads album, but it still slaps
It's kind of boring for my taste
Honestly I can't really stand Bob Dylan, his music, and his voice.
I seriously don't care about Coldplay, nor this album.
Unexpectedly cool album. Based on the selections for this generator, I can always appreciate some accessibility and non-boringness.
This album rocks! I love the Halloween aesthetic about the whole thing. Plus the vocals, being female, make it sound pretty badass.
The album itself is decent, though I can't stand ACDC anymore. This review is based on what I remember of it, which is that it's boring hard rock songs about rock 'n roll and girls and sex and bullshit like that. Though the title track is pretty dope, I don't care about this band or most of their music. It gives me strong "dad music" vibes
I really enjoy this album for it being relaxing but also not boring. There is also a distinct flavor to the sound of it overall, which is different from what I usually listen to and a pleasant change.
I mean it's alright. At first I thought I was listening to a ska band HAHA. But yeah pretty good stuff, reminds me of Heaven 17
I can respect the pioneering work in electronic music with this album. I give it 4 stars for this reason.
Definitely not what I expected, but I'm not disappointed. I think I'll have to give it more listens, but so far I like it.
So far I hate this, it's boring AF. I don't understand why it's as popular as is seems to be, or why it's even on this list tbh.
It's accessible as hell in the best way possible. 4.5 just because
This was surprisingly enjoyable, for someone who doesn't necessarily enjoy jazz. I like how each song is short and sweet, gets to the point. I will definitely be listening to the album again.
Not really something I'd listen to on my own for fun. And honestly I find rock/pop like this boring, sorry
I enjoy the pleasant, soft folk music of this album. Although the song structures and such are somewhat predictable I can see myself listening to the album more in the future.
Definitely not what I expected, but not at all disappointed either.
Why is this fucking band on this list?! I would give it 0 stars if i could
This album is great! Not my favorite Depeche Mode album, but definitely solid throughout
Although I can appreciate the emotions and energy that went into creating this music, it simply is not something I find enjoyment in listening to.
I used to be a bigger Megadeth fan than I am now, so this album isn't as appealing to me as it once would have been. Also, there are only a few instances where I feel Dave Mustaine's voice actually suits metal, so I did not enjoy that aspect of this album. Some of the riffs were pretty good I do have to say. Otherwise it's simply not for me.
This album is depressing as hell. It works though.
It's a decent art pop album. Not my favorite Kate Bush album, but good in its own right.
THIS IS MY FAVORITE ALBUM OF ALL TIME AND IT WILL ALWAYS BE!!! Legitimately the best album EVER RECORDED in the history of Western music!!!! I would give it 100 stars if I could.
I like this album. Somehow it has a simplicity to it that's unassuming and makes it pleasant to listen to. Also seems more straightforward than an album like Remain In Light, which I honestly enjoy more from Talking Heads as a band. There are some certified bops on this record!
Boring as hell
Great album. I really like PJ Harvey as a rock star, because her voice really suits it. I especially love the dress song, that one's badass
This is objectively the best Slayer album. Every song is incredible, and somehow catchy. Everyone after them were just try-hard wannabes.
Not much of a Pink Floyd person.
I had a lot of hope for this, since I really like the album of theirs with "Spellbound" on it, but this one is just not hitting the same.
I don't care about any album released by Metallica after Cliff Burton died, RIP.
I love this album, it was my first introduction to plunderphonics, and it remains one of the only albums of that genre I can stand really. I really enjoy how it flows from one song to the next without feeling whiplashed or bored. There is a part towards the end that gets a bit slow, but I don't really mind. All-around a beautiful and magical album.
This is probably my favorite Kraftwerk album, even though it is their most accessible. I just love the simplicity of every song, but somehow it's some of the most enjoyable synthpop I know.
I hate this.
I've liked this album for almost 2 years now. It's very enjoyable, especially as a Daft Punk fan who loves well-written house music. It's also a strong album throughout, the exception maybe being that song about partying or something.
Nowadays I just hate TS. The music is bland, predictable, the works
This one surprised me. It's never boring, and I like it a lot!
I like this album a lot. The songs are all well-written, the kind that take a few or more listens to really enjoy and appreciate. Also RIP
My second favorite Portishead album! There are some really good tracks on this record.