aye fuckin magic, phil spector gotta be my favourite murderer
Perfectly fine but fuckin blanddddddddddddd. See why nobody talks about her no more. Some nostalgia attached to a couple songs, as I imagine there is for anyone near my age but ehh.
very pretty, very chill, I will return to this.
repetitive, boring, miserable, hated every second.
aye fuckin magic, phil spector gotta be my favourite murderer
like the 4th(?) rap album I've listened to in my life but aye it's good, it's fun. More of this, less of Metallica please
prime sopranos soundtrack material. actual not bad tho, found myself getting into it the longer it went on.
Probably the least interesting type of jazz, but as swing goes this is pretty fucking good. Found myself listening to Just a Gigolo again the next morning like.
Really goes to show how big a step up Rubber Soul was. Few good songs, but mostly pretty rote early 60s rock.
s'alright eh? Prime UK punk era, which usually means at least good, but just didn't grab us. I dunno.
One of the best pop albums of the 60s, certainly after the Beatles and the Beach Boys. Right up there with the Kinks best work for me. Fucking tragedy this band only made two albums.
it's ok, struggling to have any thoughts on this. I've never listened to any grunge, but this was not what I was expecting. Some good energy to it, but left me feeling rather underwhelmed.
Can't help but compare this to The Beatles' White Album. Lot of randomly assembled and disjointed songs with no tonal consistency and while I love the White Album it'd be an awful introduction the band. Unfortunately, this is my introduction to the band and it's left me feeling like I'm missing the context needed to enjoy it.
Massive tunes all round, James Brown may have started funk but this is funk done proper, quality.
Still my least favourite Love album but christ, that's just a testament to how fucking good those three albums were.
One of the better no-Brian albums, in part because it uses so much Smile material. But it also has one of my favourite Beach Boys tracks ever, Disney Girls, evokes a great sense of nostalgia while also critiquing the very same feeling. It does also have Student Demonstration March which is fucking awful sooooo
Yeah it's just really not my type of music. Saying that, there are some really nice backing instrumentals through out, and I did like a few songs, but when there's 28 songs that's not enough. It's really the vocal style that I have the biggest problem with but that comes with the territory. Not a bad album but really not for me.
Few bangers, otherwise pretty eh. Elton was capable of great highs but always struck me as a bit of a careerist rather than having any real artistic vision, so the majority of his output was pretty bland.
mr johnny is a talented man. mr morris is a cunt.
Nice ligtweight, chilled lounge jazz. Nothing mindblowing, but it was ok. The few moments of audience interaction were the highlight to me, ehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh yeah
Feels like Todd Rundgren with a bit of the uniqueness sapped away, not a bad album but not particularly exciting either.
Flew by, fun album, nowt mind-blowin but I like it.
Phenomenal, still comes in just behind Autobahn for my favourite of theirs but it's close.
Aye it's fun, it's good, not biggest fan of vocals, but guitar work's quality.
Pretty fun stuff, Like A Prayer is a bop. Otherwise, quite standard 80s pop it seems to me, idk.
fun like aye, good energy to most the tracks and they didn't seem to take themselves too seriously. couple song had some proper ray davies' riffs like
I like Tangerine.
Started out interesting but quickly descends into pretty dreary 80s indie-pop.
Perfect album, shame Neil Young had to go ruin such a great group.
Helpless and Our House are good like, just can't stand much of Neil Young like, man's voice really grates on us.
Definitely preferred Cosmo's Factory, not bad music by any means but just doesn't hold much interest for us.
Was very excited for it initially but nah it is decent. Solid post-punk.
Seen as John Lydon's a massive tory cunt now, this is a very good alternative. If PiL was pop and dub instead of prog and punk. Proper quality aye.
It's good, I like it. Very different to what I was expecting, not so hard and angsty, more new romantic and morose. Very sadboy but enjoyable.
Fun like, but I was expecting to like it more. Donovan's one of those artists I've always been meaning to get round to but I don't think I'll bother now.
Good, fun 60's pop. Not particularly exciting or ground-breaking, but enjoyable and of good quality.
For the most part utterly depressing, but I did find myself getting into it more as the album went on. Especially like the Curse of Millhaven and O'Malley's Bar, "And with an ashtray as big as a fucking really big brick I split his skull in half" is a phenomenal lyric
One of the worst (and funniest) albums I've ever had to sit through. Half poor attempts at cliched Madonnaesque pop, half awful awful awfulllllllllllll """"""social commentary""""""" written by someone who has been stupid rich from the age of about 4 and maybe heard What's Going On on the radio once a few years back. Dreadful, terrible, awful but sometimes hilarious.
Fun, verryyyyyy similar to Minor Threat. Good, yes.
aye, it's not bad. sweet emotion is a good song like. also, shorttttttt. so many of these albums are way too long, thank you aerosmith for knowing when to shut up.
Mussorgsky's Pictures At An Exhibition fucking slaps, was pretty bored with this but then really picks up at baba yaga and gains this sense of fun that was missing from everything preceding. Also the crowd noise is immense and I love it.
not at all what i was expecting, heard so much electronic stuff borrow from this or this borrows from so much electronic stuff. idk but either way it's very cool and unique and I've never really heard it's like in pop before. I really enjoyed this.
Pretty fun synthpop, I liked it.
aye quality, lot chiller than I woulda thought. makes me wanna watch the film.
Very very very different to what I was expecting, my only previous exposure to Beck was Mermaid Avenue so. Beck sounds a lot cooler than he looks , which is lucky cos he looks a bit of a twat. Such a wide range of influences and styles but all blended together so cohesively, on another couple listens it probably will be a 5/5 so fuck it.
quick, snappy, fun. Hey Joe is a fucking anthem and this is the (2nd) best version. Jimi's got a great set of pipes on him aside from his obvious talent on the guitar.
pretty slick, hugh's got a very unique sound on his trumpet like. it's nice.
bland indie melancholy. every song is overlong and boring.
Good aye, would get a 4.5 if that was a thing but I'll be generous. Lotta nostalgia off of Someday and it's sent me into a spiral over the last few days of early 00s (slightly indie) pop
fucking quality. that thing has wormed it's way deep into my brain and idk where from.
Listened to this while extremely sleep deprived, this was a perfect fit. fuck knows if I'd like it when my brain's working tho.
it's alright and it is fucking quickkkkk, but outside of being relatively unique it's not particularly good.
Pretty chill but less interesting than the Nick Drake I'd heard before. Quite straightforward folk-pop.
Where is my mind is a big tune and the rest are decent. Lot sillier and weirder than I was expecting, have to say.
weird as that it's paul weller, weirder that it's from the 90s. Feels like some shitey unknown soft rocker from the mid 70s. expected better.
Fuckinnnnn quality mate.
good but unremarkable afro-jazz. I enjoyed it.
Lot of songs one here just as good as Good Time, but you can see why that was the hit. Not bad.
Only recognise a couple songs off here, but a proper solid album.
samples Avril 14, instant 5 stars.
Little Red Corvette is the stand out for me, but this is full to the brim with catchy shit, not a bad song on here.
No way to justify the length of this album, these cunts cannot improvise well enough to fill a 15 minute solo.
it's ok, pretty weird and depressing but in a variety of ways.
what if mike skinner was a boring cringey cunt with no talent?
few tunes like but nowt special is it?
Pretty fun, but feels stale for 64. Wonder why they didn't choose something from earlier in his career?
Admittedly I was only half listening but some good stuff here. I really like the wee banjo or whatever in Holiday Inn
Can't fucking stand Eddie Vedder's voice, sorry. It's not a bad album by any means but it was fucking difficult to listen to for me.
fucking shite without steve marriot like
Surprisingly fun and creative, wasn't expecting to enjoy this.