Favourite album so far! Although started good, middle/end it became rambling, but finished well 😁
Struggle with Springsteen 😔
Wished I hadn't listened to it
Not for me
Heard it all, but can appreciate how amazing it was in its day
Not my cup of tea yo
New favourite album so far 🥰 (Dec 5th 21)
Soul is happy
Loooooved it. In my top 5 so far
Take or leave for me
Not my vibe
Always been my fave
The godfathers of metal, but before it became too heavy to handle. Loved it
Experimental, loved it. Baby's on fire was my faves
Bob dylan is only alright for me. I don't think I jibe.
Was gutted when it finished, played it again straight away.
Listened to this a lot when I was 19, still rate it.
Synth is 👌🏾
I liked it as soon as I heard the line "Someday I want to smack you in the face" in the first song. I enjoyed the rest too, particularly the Peaches song 🥰
Well it was definitely what it proclaimed it was - Funkadelic 😍
I tried, but I couldn't 😪
Not gonna lie, the music was OK. Wouldn't listen to it again - but that might be because the names were throwing me off. I had this feeling of wanting to throw the names of the songs at a wall 👻
Gal is cray, and it's okay, but I think I'll only listen to this today 🤷♀️
If I lived in the 60s I would put this album on and be happy all day long 🧡
😑 sounds like a mish mash to me, all the instruments sound indistinct, the vocals sound all floofy. I would describe the album as mostly floofy.
Growing up I never really liked Love Shack or Rock Lobster, which was all I knew of the B-52's. The entire album is exciting and unique, ahead of its time maybe. Took me on a trip, that's for sure!
Appreciate, goodbye Maryanne 🥰
There's too much punk in this list of albums 😮💨
Cried. Loved. Absolute genius.a
Average, this should stay in the 80s.
Yeah, cool. I didn't think I was that into Aerosmith, but I can definitely appreciate 😁
Has entered the realm of "yeah its a classic, but I would also be happy if I never listened to it again"
A good time
Omg straight up to my top 5 albums so far! So goooood 🥰
She's the coolest girl I know 😍 So clever with lyrics and style, easy 5.
I really like this, the guitar is absolutely mesmerizing. I had no idea who Jeff Beck was or that the Jeff Beck group contained Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood. Love it!
Love wu-tang, listening to Method Man extends that, and generates a banging song radio afterwards too
Beautiful and homely, feel reeeeal cozy listening to it
I just can't really take any more punk, might revisit this at a later date 😪
I have never heard of Rufus Wainwright and therefore feel unqualified to talk about him or his genre, which I have never made myself listen to before. I think the first half was a bit slow and had to really restrain myself from turning it off and returning at a later date (never). Now that I'm getting towards the end Crumb by Crumb ain't too bad, I feel like the mood has lifted - kind of reminiscent to me of Robbie Williams.
Oh so good.