Solid 80s album with a hanful of pretty great hits.
Stone cold classic
Fine album, though not my preferred Dylan.
Love me some Marc Bolan
Good but why is like 90% of these recs post 1990? Gimme the old stuff.
As a resident of NJ I am legally obligated to rate anything by The Boss a 4 or higher, not that it isnt deserved.
This the shit im looking for. Cool stuff ive never heard of.
I checked "history" and this and the previous album definitely were never suggested to me. Wtf dont try to hold out on me.
You: based on your ratings '90s electronica is your least favorite genre so far. Also you: here's more '90s electronica.
Such a weird and talented group made up of a bunch of dorks. Love it.
Solid album by that band where you know one song but that one song isnt on this album.
Classic punk. Fast, aggressive but still with some tongue-in-cheek satire.
Listened to Billy Joel's Greatest Hits endlessly on car trips as a kid so I'm familiar with 90% of these songs but whenever one comes on I've never heard I'm always like "wtf is this?"
Honestly prefer his work as Lucky on King of the Hill
I wish i could go half stars cuz this is a 2.5 which is right in the middle. Not good or bad, white lady folksy shit just not my jam.
This dude just names is albums after his regular ass first name and followed by a number plus he scats. Worth a listen just for that.
Not a huge Simon fan and this isnt even my preferred album but still good.
The cool shit
Solid alt rock.
Pretty fun album from someone who i only know about because of a cool video and a song that some nerd made a dance routine to. This album has neither of those songs but its good.
Great holiday album. I feel like i've heard all these song before just from watching Home Alone and Home Alone 2.
What a weird album. Good though
And here we go, the first problematic artist to show up on here and most certainly wont be the last. Sad part is i used to love this album but now its kinda hard to listen to.
Weird shit. Good stuff.
Solid '90s alt rock.
Look at this nerd
Not really my thing. And its not that i dont like pop music there's just a bunch of other pop artists i prefer. Nothing really memorable here, Shake it Off is the most ear wormy song and its ok.
Decent alt rock. Very '90s
Legendary. Also super influential for '90s west coast hip hop. No G-funk without P-funk.
I have no idea whats going on.
Maybe it would be higher if they just dropped all the vocals
Not really my thing but not bad.
F it, love me some pumpkins
Not sure how ive completely missed this but real solid '90s east coast hip hop.
Aight this thing doesnt need to tell me to listen to The Score. Absolute classic that has never left my rotation.
It would be a 5 if it had you know what on it.
I hate rating systems cuz i always change mine and compare too often ie. If so and so got a 3 then this isnt as good should get a 2 yadda yadda.. so from now on its gonna be 1- bad, 2- ok, 3- good, 4- great, 5- classic. This is a 2. Theres some good stuff and some really not good stuff.
I know shit about mysic so you can disregard my opinion but with my completely untrained ear I couldnt help but feel like some of this singing is REALLY bad. Im more familiar with the high pitched tight pants Bee Gees but this felt like a satirical Beatles spoof. Am I missing something? Is there some elaborate joke I'm missing. They sound like frogs.
Weird hippy shit
One of the first albums i ever bought. Probably havent listened to in well over a decade. Never realized how Canadian it sounds.
At first i was like "oh no..." at its worst, lyrically it feels like bad showtunes but musically some of this fucking rips.
The band is funky as fuck but jesus does Anthony Keidis suck.
Kinda fun. Not a fan of the glam subgenre but this felt kinda different. Love the random ass use of horns.
Kinda corny and annoying
Very fun and silly
Honestly might be my favorite VU album or at least the one I revisit the most.
Honestly, giving this 4 stars on the strength of "Son of a Preacher Man" alone. This version is so fucking good.
It was ok. I listened to it yesterday and really cant recall a single thing about it so that should say a lot. I would have remembered if it was bad though.
Shoutout to all Spotify peeps who can't listen to this one. Thoughts an prayers 🙏
Probably the album i've listened to the most. Absolute banger. The one i always recommend to people who wanna check out Zappa but might be apprehensive due to all the yellow snow, tower of powers, and cum. The perfect way to ease them into the weirdness.
The older i get the more i dig the more straight forward blues rock Doors. Bearded Morrison is best Morisson.
Ok, enjoyed this more than the last Nick Drake recommendation. And its short, actually listened to this twice.
Probably the best of all the "completely new to me" suggestions from this app. Definitely will revist.
High point is a Tenebre sample but that just makes me think "is this actully good or does the Tenebre score just fucking rip?"
Sometimes my music streaming app will automatically replay the album once its finished and i was already halfway through the second playthrough when I realized I had already listened to the full album. Really not that bad but that's definitely not a good sign. Wish i could give it a 2 and a half but it just feels off giving it a 2 so imma be generous and go with 3.
Sometimes i'm not in the mood tonlisten to whatever they suggest and just listen to my own shit and then gotta play catch up with the albums i missed. That what i did with Tim Buckley a couple days ago and instead I listened to Thundercat's Drunk cuz its one of my faves and i listen tonit all the time so it was funny to see that Thundercat's Drunk was literally one of the albums i missed when I just happenes to be listening to it anyway. And I'm not even gonna count that listen, imma listen to it again right now cuz its that good.
Weird, and it got weirder as it went on. Good stuff.
I wish more people (or at least younger people) knew how dope Terry Kath was.
Outside of like wildly immature stuff there seems to be humor missing from a lot of music now. Like this was solid and also pretty funny moments.
Music for car commercials
The music they played before my little league games.
Definitely the favorite album of a white college student with dreds and black light posters in his dorm in the '90s.
Weird fun album
Morrissey is an asshole but I love The Smiths
I think i need to re-evaluate my ranking system. Ive been hesitant to hand out 1's but there seems like a huge gap between a 3 and a 4. If this is a 1 then so is that Lenny Kravits album.
Maybe I'm being generous because of nostalgia, this album was formative for me, but while I admit alot of the "nu-metal" I was into is cringe and hard to listen to now I can still throw this on an get into it so that has to count for something.
Good but felt really short. Seemed it like was over right after I started. Listened to it again though.
Better than Beyonce. Come at me hive.