Honestly, my first play-through of any David Bowie album. It was slow and dark. Not really my thing, but I can for sure see the appeal. Not trying to take anything away from Bowie, of course, the man was quite clearly a musical genius, I just don't know that I ever need to listen to this album, or really even Bowie, ever again.
A classic. I listened to this a lot as a kid with my grandfather. Jim Morrison was a fucking poet. A real shame that he died so young. I really would have loved to see him churn out so much more music.
I actually liked this album. I've never heard of Paul Weller before but I did know of the Jam. Pretty interesting, easy listening album. More my wife's speed than mine, but I do like it.
A genuine classic. The Beastie Boys have and always will hold a special place in my heart.
Such a funky af album. The Who were very strange, but I dig them, I always have. This album is no exception. Big fan of some of the bass lines on this album. John Entwistle had magic fingers.
Quintessential 90's hip hop. I don't recall ever having heard of Arrested Development which is odd considering my affinity for 90's hip hop. But whatever, I thought this album was dope. Nothing great, but still funky and fun.
Standard 1970's British punk rock. Fast and fun. Nothing stands out to me but I'm fine with that. I don't think punk rock was ever meant to be groundbreaking. I could listen to this album more than once but I don't think that I need to even though I probably will.
I do not like this album. I found it boring and redundant. There was, imho, nothing redeeming about it. Maybe I'm crazy, idk.