Some real classics. A few bits of filler
Nothing to get excited about. A couple of good riffs but never built on
Catchy jangly songs are quite good. Other songs are too dull
Some really good tunes. I find the monologues a bit "heard it before". Voice sounds very derivative
The occasional catchy riff hidden behind a tidal wave of self importance from Jim. It's like Morrissey and the Smiths only 10x worse
Really enjoyable, excellent grooves
Great fun. Couple of loose ones
It just rambles too much with insufficient structure
Mediocre music. With added dreary voice. And then it's all just the dreary voice
Great songs and filler
In the context of 1980 I can see why this was groundbreaking and influenced the whole industrial genre. It's just not my thing
Oh rem. Must you really?
Pleasant enough tunes for background noise.
Just fun swing
Just a lot of fun
More recognisable tubes than I thought
Fun but not great depth or quality
Surprisingly bland and background music. Might need repeat listening
Another "great riffs, shame about the singer" album/band
Siri, what does music sound like if a band listens to Parklife on repeat and then hear Sham 69 just as they walk into the studio?
Odd. What is it? Prog rock for the impatient?
What have I heard?
Dreary indie lo-fi drudge through someone's freshman college notebook that should have been burned a long time before it was used as inspiration for this turgid collection of half ideas mismatched to another group of half ideas created in the presence of musical instruments via some apparently random process
Interesting bass. The drummer seems bored. Was not ready for whimsical French vocals
Competent enough, just not my thing. Didn't speak to me
A few decent songs. Plenty of bland twaddle. And Clapton is a racist piece of shit, so I won't listen again
I have no clue what I've just listened to.