Nice listen, starts strong. Good relaxing songs, go well together.
Fine, not really my style.
Ok, not really my style but some good songs.
He’s a legend for good reason, but there’s only so much Bob you can take in one sitting… prefer Budokan
Some undisputed classics, but Elvis isn’t for me.
Not my favourite style, but some ok songs.
Much more enjoyable than I had expected. Some absolute bangers on here, particularly Miles From Nowhere. Saved 5/11 songs onto my Spotify.
Can’t Get Enough, Bad Company, and Seagull already some of my most liked songs. The other tracks were good, but didn’t stand out compared to those 3. Still a good album.
Don’t really like Aerosmith’s sound. They all blend into one for me.
Cool album, interesting sounds. Saved second track When I Grow Up.
Great front end of the album, falls off towards the end.
Meh, Get It On I liked.
Really didn’t enjoy this.
Nice listen, love Mother and Child Reunion and Me and Julio. Duncan a nice discovery.
Some cool songs but I wasn’t crazy about them.
Nothing interesting in this for me.
Starts strong with Street Life, kind of lost interest after that.
Classic, at least 8 great songs on this album.
A classic Christmas album, Phil Spector is unfortunate though…
Some cool songs. I probably wouldn’t listen again, but I also probably wouldn’t skip if they came up again.
Kinda funky but nothing really grabbed my attention.
Hated this. Not much more to say, definitely not for me.
I appreciate the music, but I don’t really enjoy Leonard Cohen.
Meh, all pretty samey.
Cool songs, especially The Passenger.
Found it kind of bland.
Nice songs, saved one.
Not really my jam, but some decent songs.
Kinda cool, like Gaudete.
I liked it, nice vibes throughout.
Didn’t mind listening, but didn’t save any either.
Not for me.
Weird mix of things that I wasn’t expecting. Probably won’t be returning to it.
I generally like Green Day, but for some reason I’ve just never enjoyed Dookie.
Great album, really strong start with the first 3 tracks, Rudy good in the middle and then Crime of the Century brings it to a great close.
Nice listen, would happily listen again or put it on for a BBQ, but didn’t save any.
Don’t like this genre tbh.
Not my jam really. There’s one Brian Eno song I know I like, maybe there are more. Not here though.
Didn’t really vibe with this.
Liked this more than I thought I would. Already liked Lovesong, saved another couple of new tracks. The back end of the album drags though, maybe 10-15 minutes too long.
Nothing particularly wrong with this, but I didn’t massively enjoy it either.
Some beautiful songs here which outweigh the weaker points of the album and make it worth it.
Brian Eno just doesn’t do it for me.
Didn’t really enjoy anything on this.
Really liked this, some good ones I knew already and a few new discoveries.
Other than the two I knew already (It’s the End of the World and The One I Love) didn’t really get into this.
Liked this more than I thought I would, saved two songs.
First two I enjoyed, after that I wasn’t into it.
Not my jam. There are some Talking Heads songs I like, but they’re not on this album.
Some enjoyable tracks here, but also some others I don’t really care for.
Nice start, but I was a bit over it by the end.
Nice chill out music, liked the title track especially.
Great album, Can’t You Hear Me Knocking is phenomenal.
Nice music, but none stood out to me.
Ok as chill out music, wouldn’t really be listening again though.
Ok, but not as good as the other Cure album I listened to.
Still not sure about The Cure, some songs from the first album of theirs I listened to I saved, none since then.
Nice music, prefer The Invisible Band though.
Great surprise. First track was a banger.
Kinda funky, won’t be rushing back to it though.
The genre isn’t for me. Didn’t enjoy any of these songs.
Bit bland, meh.
Cool stuff, but a bit long to listen through.
Nice, prefer his voice here to his later stuff that I’ve heard, though admittedly I haven’t paid much attention to that yet.
Nothing particularly special here.
Not my jam.
Fine, but just fine.
Surprisingly enjoyable, I didn’t think I’d like this.
Smooth Operator is great, but the rest of the album doesn’t keep up.
Really liked this, some cool songs. Never heard of him before.
Fun album, moves quickly, nice flow.
Nice songs, but none that I saved.
It was ok, but only being familiar with one Beck song before (Loser) this album wasn’t as good.
Nice Bob songs, some good discoveries here.
Ok, nice listen but didn’t save any.
I like the hits from this album, but the whole thing is a bit much.
Some undeniable classics on here obviously, but there’s also some incredibly weird tracks (what the hell is Revolution 9?). I appreciate The White Album and it’s place in the top whatever albums, and it has some of my favourite Beatles songs, but are the 31 songs each a great listen, would I be listening to it in full regularly? No, probably not.
This was kind of bland, I don’t really like this kind of indie.
Nothing Compares 2 U the only one I knew before. Nice songs, didn’t save any though.
Not quite my jam, but I could appreciate some of the tracks.
Not my jam really, but nothing terribly bad either.
Cool songs, didn’t save any though.
Not really my jam, but not too bad either.
The first time I’ve ever listened to Kanye West with any real interest, and it was ok. Some songs were good, some songs were bad. Don’t see myself actively going back to it.
Absolute knockout album from start to finish. The first four tracks are all instant classics, and while the second half slows down slightly, it finishes right up at that high again with Free Bird.
Fuck that very much.
Very interesting music and some nice tracks I enjoyed.
Really liked this, I knew a lot of songs from it already but never listened to it in full.
Liked this. More to Dexys than Come on Eileen.
The hits on here are unreal. One or two MFers which bring it down a bit for me, but only slightly.
Parts of this I liked. The last track was fun in particular.
I liked this more than I thought I would. In general it was a nice listen, with Pretty Good and Angel from Montgomery the stand outs.
Great stuff all round, the hits are some of their best.
Kinda cool, not what I expected. Saved one song.
Some very nice songs here, but a few weird tracks which drag it down to just ok.
Not memorable, tbh. But at the same time, it was an ok listen.
I liked some of this, but not all of it. Not what I expected from Elvis Costello, I was aware of him but didn’t really know his music.
A continuation of the last few Cohen albums I’ve gotten. I’m still not sure about him, I definitely prefer his younger voice here though.
This is fairly inoffensive, but I didn’t like it either really. Won’t be returning to any of it.
Nice to listen to, but I wouldn’t be putting it on often.
It was ok, but honestly all a little bit anonymous to me. When it ended, The Seeker by The Who came on and I was instantly more interested.
Fun album that races along. Two hits (Last Nite and Someday) that I knew already, but a couple of new discoveries here too.
Thin Lizzy at their best.
I like Photograph and a few others were good listens.
I liked this quite a bit. Short and snappy, kinda weird as Bowie often is, but still a nice listen.
Awesome album. Unfortunately no new discoveries for me here but that’s just because I knew them all already.
A great live album, really fun to listen to, I really enjoyed the whole journey it takes you on.
I liked this, but I think 3 or 4 songs should have been left on the cutting room floor. Pulls it down from a 4 for that.
For some reason I just don’t enjoy this kind of stuff. It’s not really bad to me, but just not fun to listen to.
I’ve never fully “got” David Bowie. Starman is great, and there are clearly other good songs here, but it really doesn’t grab me they way I think it probably should. Will need to listen again, but for now it was just grand.
Some cool songs and a nice listen overall. Nothing jumped out to me so I didn’t save any though.
Not what I’m looking for.
This is a masterpiece, particularly Side 3. Great all round.
This was ok, but nothing stood out to me.