Steely Dan isn't an artist I would normally listen too but since it was recommended, I gave it a listen.
Personally this album was a bit slow for my liking, did listen to the full of it but not for me.
When I saw the album, I felt like I had heard this artist before and possibly this album, not 100% sure if I have but still sat through the album to give it a listen. Grace sounds quite personal, almost like his letter to death or maybe a i'm here and not getting knocked down anymore, type of album.
This doesn't feel particularly special. Got to the second song and felt like the album was dragging on.
This feels like almost any other album a female has realised. This doesn't seem like it's set itself apart. Quite easy to tune out and forget about.
HUGE pass. Barely made it through the first song "GhostRider" without feeling like i'm dizzy due to the static instrumental.
I'm familiar with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, There is some of their songs that I do have on high rotation but not from this album. Personally this album just isn't for me.
I started listening to Fiona Apple a few weeks prior to doing this and her music is something. But this album isn't for me.
As an Ozzy fan, I looked at this album cover and was like \"huh? I haven't heard this one\" but once I clicked to listen to the album, i've realised that i've played it on high rotation prior to today.
I like how this group brings forward political statements especially songs about truth during the time this was written.
I got 2 mins into the first song and already wanted to go back to bed. Not something i'd listen to.
personally not for me.
you can hear how personal this one seems. I don't listen to Tupac, nor do I know much about him but you can hear how raw he tried to make this one.
This album seems familiar to me though I'm not sure if i've heard it prior to today. it feels very danceable while trying to express his curiosity within the neighborhood his singing about.
when the first song played I went "Ohh..I know this song." and did a little boogy in my seat. Sadly by the time it got to track 2, it felt a bit repetitive and I got bored.
i'm sorry but I barely lasted a minute before feeling like it certainly isn't an album for me.
i'm familar with Everybody Hurts and Losing my religion, so I kinda knew what I was getting into once I hit play with this album but as I continued to listen to it, I feel like the songwriter was going through something at the time and having it vocalized made them show the world they need help with each song that plays.
personally not an album or a band for me.
Personally not for me, a bit slow for my liking.
Oh boy, only got to track 4 and felt like I had been listening to the album for an eternity, The only thing that stopped each song from sounding similar is the lyrics.
As an aerosmith fan, I'm glad quite familar with this album. Though this one almost feels like a greatest hits album, with it's mix of genres via it's song and mismatched songs.
I'm familiar with Pearl Jam even though they aren't an artist I play on the regular. I think I've understood why i'm not really a Pearl Jam listening, after the music played through their songs, I didn't realise they were all different..I actually thought it was just one massive track rather than individual songs.
I worshipped this album when I was a kid and still belt this album out whenever I hit play or when it rarely plays enter sandman on the radio.
yeah, this album isn't for me. It sounds a bit too slow and depressing for my liking.
oh boy, if you don't know this album than clearly your living under a rock. No one in my life is a heavy Pink Floyd fan but I remember hearing this album on repeat a lot growing up.
Ah. this is her famous album, the one with hit after hit. I may have been born after the hype of She's So Unusual but i do remember hearing this album growing up and abosutely loved it and to this day I still do.
I'm familiar with who system of the down is but personally, this album doesn't do it for me.
It started of what I thought would be a heartbreak album before ending with a whole "This is who I am, take it as is." I think this is the first time that I've heard a Dolly Parton album and it was certainly interesting.