It was okay. Not my type of vibe, but I liked Night Train. I can imagine watching this live must have ben fun, not the same experience when you're just sitting at home
Favorite song: Midnite Cruiser. According to Spotify, the top 2 most listened songs are Do It Again and Reelin' in The Years, two songs I really didn't feel anything about. Bottomline: This is music. It isn't bad. That's all.
I can definitely hear Billy Corgan in this album. This is pretty angsty, very feminine pop rock. It's a very 90s sound, something one could have listened to on the MTV
Very guitarry, very tropical, very Santana. This is palm beach, coctel, hawaiian shirt type of music. But it's also south-American rhythms, cuba and cigars. And Santana with his guitar in the middle of this craziness trying to make sense of it all. Sometimes, it does make sense. Some other times, it doesn't. "Oye como va" sounds out of place, and I wonder if I have come to actually dislike this song because it feels like an intruder in this bunch.
It's an okay album, I have to say Private Dancer is a good song when you first hear it, but it no longer fascinates me, or moves me. This time listening to this album I found myself going back to Steel Claw over and over.
I don't have anything bad or good to say about this album. It's Christmassy songs. That's all there is to it, at least for me.
Slow. It's like music I'd listen to on a rainy day, sitting by the window, sipping some hot chocolate, and staring at the world outside. None of the songs stands out, it has that feeling that you could just land on any of the tracks and get the same out of it. So, although there's nothing to dislike, there's also not much to like.
Loud, noisy, black, and gangsta. I don't care too much about the lyrics, I feel like I'm too disconnected from that black anger and black power that is reflected in the lyrics, so I judge this purely on how much I enjoy the noise that comes out of my speaker. I have to say, the first two songs are the best, Shakey Dog and Kilo. Crack Spot being number three, and then maybe R.A.G.U...perhaps I just have a soft spot for rap with female voices.
It's pretty hard to stay still while listening to this album. Whether you are jumping up and down to upbeat songs like Every Day I Have the Blues, or you're slowly rocking around your living room with Sweet Little Angel, make sure you have a good stereo system where you can listen to this. Earplugs will just not do.
All albums from the Beatles have good and bad songs. In my opinion the best songs in Sgt. Pepper's are the ones you'd expect: With a Little Help from my Friends, and Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. If the album contained only those two songs, I'd consider it worth buying. Throw a Within You Without You for the Indian funny noises and you can pretty much keep all the other songs out. Okay, perhaps keep the intro and outro tracks. There you go, simplified Beatles.
This is an okay album, the type of music you can play on a young people's radio station. I'm honestly having trouble telling one song from another, but that might just be my neurons getting old.
Loud and echoey, youth but with a little bit of somber. Unfortunately for me it's not sinister enough, so I doubt I will keep them in my favorite list.
This sounds just like a Jim Reeves album. A man, his guitar, and his feelings. This is slow, mellow music that works best if you have someone by your side. Heat up some chocolate, turn the volume up and bring your partner close. Beautiful and simple. Favorite tracks: Born under a bad sign, Ocean, Tonight.
It's an okay album. I'm bad at reviews. It sounds like a mixture between Iron Maiden and Led Zeppelin. Not bad, but not extraordinary.
It's ELO, so you know it's gonna be good. It's happy and cheerful music and yet I feel like it needs to be a little bit more than just ELO.
I didn't like this album very much. It was music, that's alright. But I just didn't feel anything while I was listening to it. Maybe perhaps with I Wish, but the other songs really just sound flat. To me, that is.
Boring. At first I thought this was a British band because of how slow it was. It reminds me of that "human music" joke from the tv show Rick and Morty. It's music that could be played on any radio station, at any time of the day.
It is fine, kinda gloomy sticky moody music. It won't really depress you but it won't cheer you up either. Reminded me of Paradise Lost here and there.
Black and sexy. Sticky sexy. Put this on when you want to get in the mood for love. I can imagine this record is great for date nights. Seafood, candles, open a fine bottle of white wine, and play this record. She'll thank you in the morning. Or not, maybe you have erectile disfunction, maybe she hates Otis, maybe she's sleepy. Then sit down on your couch, finish the bottle alone, and close your eyes while you sink slowly into unconsciousness.
I'm sorry, I'm too hyper for this. It is slow, nice, music for like the intermission in a Jazz club while you wait for the next person to sit at the piano. It is fine, nice, sweet, slow, i'm falling asleep.
Not my thing. I feel like this is music for refined north american alcohol drinkers, a sort of mix between folk, western, Leonard Cohen and Lee Hazlewood. Listening to this made me felt like I was in one of those road bars you see in American movies, with Harley Davidson bikes parked on the front, a billiard table, and animal horns hanging from the walls. It's not bad, it's just not my scene.
Decent music that you can use for television shows. It's not particularly striking, it is actually rather bland (in my opinion). Not an album I would pay to listen to.
Rock/Heavy. Or is it? Songs like Alma Mater would be difficult to classify under rock, they sound very mellow and pop-like. Blue Turk sounds like being in a Jazz club after midnight. And the finale...the Grand Finale indeed! It was pretty sweet. Is it a disco song in an Alice Cooper album? It does sound like it. Favorites: - Grand Finale - Luney Tune - Blue Turk I checked statistics in Spotify and apparently "School's out" has 120 million plays, whereas all other songs have under a million. It's a shame that so many songs just fly under the radar because they don't appear in a movie or get picked up by radio DJs.
The way he vibrates his voice when he sings is so annoying. Best example of this is "Behind the Wall". Definitely not the sound I like. Also songs like "Talkin' Bout a Revolution" or "Fast Car" are just so mellow and...ad-friendly. Not my kind of album. Totally forgettable. Also I could have sworn this was a man singing. Not that it changes the fact I don't like the album. It's just a curiosity.