Lyrically was ok, musically it ended and spotify moved on to 4 different artist and I didn't even notice!
nah, not for me
pile of crap
a lot of chaff, come on eileen, more chaff no thanks
Some big hits on here, some of the filler songs did nothing though
Very different from everything else, could have done with being a wee bit shorter
really liked hanging garden, rest went by largely unnoticed
A lot more relaxed than I'd expected from a Springsteen album. Was a decent enough listen although I wouldn't go back and play again
upbeat, Rod Stewart can really belt it out, decent album
great way to wind down at the end of the day, so easy to listen to
why won't it end?? and then holy crap, Go West but it's 8 MINUTES LONG
Tuesday's Gone, Simple Man - what's not to like. And then FREE BIRD!!!!!
long album as his voice never leaves the same single tone but was good
didn't like it, could have easily been a single album, can't believe people will complain that jazz is the musician self-indulging but would listen to 2 discs of this
A pre-bedtime listen, chilled me out and had a great sleep, thanks Mr Coltrane!
darker than some of their other stuff, liked it better
more sexy sax than I've ever heard in a dire straits song before but enjoyed the album
Why this group exist escapes me, awful, can't give zero stars but hated every moment of this one
Up there with MJ for great pop music, not exactly my thing but defo a better listen than regular pop crud
boring, expected more from a group with sprouts in the title
better live, can't get into it at a desk
saffa jazz, super chill, loved it
didn't set the world alight
Meh, it's all bit all over the place and then, you know, Bohemian Rhapsody
LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS
Medieval funk rock, some of the songs (esp. Goodbye & hello itself) pricked my ears up as being very listenable, then the jesters and jousters get involved again and it loses me - switched off twice and went and listened to some zeppelin instead!
Enjoyed this, chilled vibe while delivering a hard hitting message
interesting, like the energy in this
great album, some hit songs on there. finishing on bold as love is superb
expected 60's stoner music, didn't expect to enjoy it as much as I did
fookin long winded, first song - roundabout, was decent, downhill from there
good album, not gonna enter heavy rotation but enjoyed it
Some of a little dated, most of it seems ahead of it's time though!
Much preferred to the other Cohen album on here, found this one a great listen
bit beige this one, didn't really do too much but the girls were screaming like crazy in between songs
What an album! 4 stars cos it's good and a bonus star as it's live and from the same year that Pretty Woman and She Love's you (Beatles) were topping the charts and this just blows them out of the water
background noise, didn't wow me
was expecting a drumming masterclass from Neil Peart that didn't materialise
liked this one, not going on heavy rotation anytime soon but was a decent listen
Didn't realise this was such a sedate album - kinda passed by without jumping out much
Not my favorites by Neil Young but was still decent
Just wanted it to end, didn't get the fuss when it came out, even less on board with it now!
loads of sings you can't help but already know, it's good, guitar solos are boring though
Typical Springsteen, toe tappable but not amazing
mad mad album, yet really liked it!
Rival sons-esque, liked it, gonna give some of their other stuff a whirl based off that album
she can really sing, some good songs on there, hadn't heard her windmills of your mind before - awesome
Chilled out, the album flew by without any real standout songs but also was more than happy listening to it
it's good for a couple of songs as it's very different and the bongo solos are awesome, but by the end it feels like just bongos and shouting
LOVE THE BEASTIES! Already high on list of albums I listen to so although was gonna try and be objective it's getting a 5
their early sound is great, really raw guitar sound
what an album! listened to it years back as it comes up on loads of "best album ever" rankings but didn't really get the fuss, glad this came up for another round today as I loved it
Hey Joe was great, interesting album but overall not for me
Much preferred to a night at the opera, gets an extra star for stone cold crazy - love that one
Awesome, sounds like the incredibles!
Dillon-esque, loving a bit of lou reed
some great tracks on here, Plant's voice and Page's guitar work are such a good combo
Super angry, raw sound, loved it
Surprisingly enjoyed more than I thought
always thought I quite liked T-Rex having heard a bunch of their bigger songs, turns out an album is too much for me!
Nice Beach boys sound, chilled but without the stand out songs of pet sounds
Battery, damamg inc, Master of puppets - great album
80s synth pop, very samey, extra star for little 15 which I LOVED!
pretty good christmas album as far as they go, it's not Shatner Claus though
Fantastic way to wind down after meetings before logging off for the day
Interesting, not for me
Love a bit of jam!
Lyrically was ok, musically it ended and spotify moved on to 4 different artist and I didn't even notice!
Had a deluxe edition, includes an instrumental of "cakes" - great song! Album is seriously chilled, just what I needed but not quite enough for that final star!
really liked this, had no idea what to expect, thought it was a jazz record at the start!
feels like one of those albums that influenced a million artists and/or a genre. enjoyed it a lot
liked this a lot
enjoyed a lot more than expected
was ok, nothing wow though - had an expectation that lyrically I would be really impressed but not really
Too jazzy for me, technically impressive stuff but couldn't find a flow to help me get into it
would never have listened without this list. Probably not going to listen to much more Marianne Faithful although I wouldn't count it out either, why'd ya do it is a great way to finish off the album.
feels like 2 albums, possibly due to time taken to write vs release date, loved the instrumental finish
This was great!
Only knew all the young dudes by these guys and that weren't even in here! liked it though
Great, chilled out start to the week, not going to listen to it again but was a nice way to kick the week off
Seemed like all the components were there but it just didn't kick on and hold at an interesting rhythm
good ol' US rock n roll, what's not to like?
never really got the Dylan hype, but this was great!
early days of prog rock? had some interesting moments but felt like it went on a bit
thought I'd enjoy this more than I did, became pretty much background noise, was toying with 2 stars and then "They don't go when I go" came in and made this a firm 3
Couldn't get into this at all
Not much in the way of lyrics, sounds like a soundtrack great listen though
awesome start to the day! will defo be listening again
standard 70s pop, sounds like one long song with pauses thrown in
Too funky for me! Maggot brain/Chant was the standout for me, second half of that song was great
Great album, enjoyed it even more as it was directly off the back of Funkadelic!
it's good, loses a star for a collab with McCartney Thriller itself still the standout
was ok, nothing amazing but not offensive to my ears either
not for me, too electro-80s for my liking
Can't put my finger on it, but really enjoyed this!
loved it, Slow ride - amazing
easy listening, easily forgotten though too I reckon
bit on the mad side, liked some of it but went on far too long
nice album, unfortunately in the wrong mood for something this gentle
some singles I knew, and can see why they were the singles, rest is circus fillers
If it were the movie, probably a 4, but as a soundtrack there's a lot of random filler going on
thought she was much more upbeat at least, wrist cutting music
HIPPIES!!! It was kinda alright as an end of week wind down, not gonna be getting payed again although didn't hate it
nice chilled vibe, enjoyed it
great way to wind down on a friday, definite second listen due
chilled out country and western, what's not to like!
wow - doesn't sound like a 70s album at all, that could have been released yesterday. Suddenly wondered why he was heavily sampling "Without you" before realising it's his song! Just about getting over that and he puts the lime in the coconut...BRAVO!
very much background noise, upbeat but forgettable
wasn't as crazy as I expected, went by quite unnoticed
Enjoyed the first third but man did they drag that album out!
Hippies! Was ok, 15 songs was about 10 too many though
Love his voice, wouldn't go winning any singing competitions but has found a sound and style that really compliments it
really enjoyed this one, Hurt gets a hell of a lot of press but there's some great covers on here
Loved "couldn't believe it was true" good background music but not blown away
was ok as background noise while working, my version had some demo tapped on the end that sounded great
her voice is great, such a great fit with the music
not for me
nope, more 70s vanilla meh
nah, not for me
meh, went on a fair bit
odd, but had some songs I really liked, Cold war especially jumped out
Loved it, powerful playing, raw sound, aged well
Liked "if it takes all night" especially, overall was alreet
pile of crap
didn't realise it had finished and moved on to other albums, very much background noise
good, think the album art is more iconic than the music though
super hilled and really enjoyed
can see why school's out is the only one anyone has heard off this album, very different to the rest of the album, enjoyed the last 2 songs but not great overall
Bit too hippyish for me
one of those I'm sure has seriously influenced some artists down the year but is a little left behind now. Thankful at the end was a great way to finish an album
As far as a pop album goes, this has to be unbeatable, every song was a single!
can see why the hits were the hits, rest is very repetitive filler
Was ok, but went on for too many songs
much preferred to a night at the opera, without any real huge hits this still felt much more like classic queen
Sad but true still my favourite on this album. It’s good, the drumming is infuriatingly dull though
nice, chilled out, folksy vibe. Enjoyed this one over a coffee
was ok, too radio friendly for my liking
Never heard wasted time before, soppy as hell but a great song!
Sounded like the artist has a bunch of different mates who agreed to do a song each and they all have a different sound, songs were all over the place. Couldn’t get into it
So many hits on this, gets an extra star just for the chain but loses one for oh daddy.
Sam stone and pretty good are awesome. Not a huge fan of country but this really gets the toes tapping
Quite like the 2 “blues” songs, album a bit too sedate for my liking, kinda expected from Paul Simon though
Enjoyed this, thought it’d have had a few of their bigger hits on it but had only heard one track before today
Never listened to this before, expected quite a bit due to its timelessness, it did not disappoint! Upbeat, sounds great today so must have blown people away in ‘79
Frankie teardrop was mad but I liked it, kinda sums up the album
Sunshine of your love stands out a mile on here, liked the last 2 songs too “take it back” and “mothers lament”, last song jumps out as very different to the rest
Couple of the songs on here were brutal! Was a long album of similar sounding songs but defo some stand outs, they’re hanging me tonight and the hanging tree I really enjoyed.
Too folksy for me to really get into
really slow album, finishes well with Mrs Robinson and Hazy shade of winter, not too bad if looking to chill out I gess
Not listened to any Ryan Adams before, not likely to happen again intentionally, too radio safe for me. Some of the songs had a stones sound to them, these were better, but the album on the whole, not for me
Enjoyed the vocal on this, album a bit mad but worked because of it
Not for me, too soft
Great! Easy listening, solid guitars and a great tempo end to end
Sedate album but undeniably great, where the bass line for Eternal life comes from on this album I’ll never know
As soon as you hear it you know the artist, nothing like it even after all this time, 30 mins of madness and I loved it
gets an extra star for frontier psychiatrist, rest of the album felt like background noise as it has no flow
not sure I'd ever listened to this entire album before and think I preferred to whats the story
some of their biggest hits on here, the Bon Jovi fans must have lost their minds when this came out, felt like an extended end to a night in a club cheese room though
Awful, tried the entire time to figure out how this would work live and had to concede it simply wouldn’t. Repetitive with nothing to catch my attention anywhere in the album
Found this instantly forgettable, much preferred the previous album on the list
Enjoyed this, not listened to much prolonged Rod previously, really liked “That’s alright”
What an album! Super chilled, really enjoyed from start to end, strong beat in the background keeping it going the whole way and just zoned out into it, defo listening again
I know it’s a Radiohead album, but I was just waiting for it to get going/kick off, the slow stuff is very good but needs at least a couple of more up tempo songs to break it up for the extra star
I guess the loop music was more innovative when Moby did it, but for me is very quickly incredibly repetitive. Again couldn’t understand how this would work in a live setting
This is a really tough one to rate, first half of the album I was wondering if I could listen to all of it, by the end I was kind of embracing its madness and enjoying what rhythmic music there was to enjoy - that said I do feel the second was more “musical” than the first. Was going to give a 2 but as I will defo listen again, purely out of curiosity, have gone one higher
Good for a few songs, very similar throughout though, liked the last song the most
Upbeat, pop friendly, just a Billy Joel album. Didn’t know “Just the way you are” is a Billy Joel original though
She can really sing, but album felt very reserved and with her holding back, was ok but felt like it was dragging
Good to get back to an album by a proper band again, largely forgettable, liked the 2 singer setup
Theme tune is 5 star, the rest does sound like background music to a movie and isn’t as engaging, was still a good listen and was good that a lot was instrumental
listened to it twice, simply loved the tone of her voice. Musically was ok, not much to get you jumping up and down but vocally I loved it
Superb! Full of funk and soul, was let down a little by the previous Isaac Hayes entry and this more than made up for it, never heard a version of walk on by like this one, assume no-one has done it like this since cos it just wouldn't get close