Born To RunBruce Springsteen
Took me by surprise how much I enjoyed it.
Took me by surprise how much I enjoyed it.
A little too mellow for my taste, but the album flowed very smoothly. Relaxing music, hadn't heard of this band before. Favorite track: Alone Again Or
Nice folk rock. I had only heard White Rabbit previously. Solid Album. Favorite Tracks: She Has Funny Cars, My Best Friend
A very interesting album. Never cared for sampling, but this album uses it well. Some very artistic songs, but my main complaint is that it sort of dragged on. Favorite songs: Building Steam With A Grain Of Salt, Midnight In A Perfect World
Not my kind of music, it all sort of blurred together. I'm sure I would have liked it more if I understood Spanish. Favorite Track: Plastico
I liked it, an interesting album. Some parts were stranger than others (particularly in the last song). It was nice to listen to as background. Favorite Song: Tubular Bells, Pt. I
Surprised by how much I enjoyed it. Not to judge a book by its cover, but I didn't think I'd like this album, having never heard of this group. Definitely sounds like a 90's album, giving me Green Day or Weezer vibes. Giving it 4 stars, the second side was a little more lackluster compared to the first, and the album as a whole did blur together. Favorite Songs: Cut Your Hair, Unfair, Silence Kid, Gold Soundz
Been giving a lot of albums a 4 lately, so why not. A pretty enjoyable album, had heard some songs by The Monkees but none from this album. I’m a sucker for more simple uppity songs, and though the Monkees may have never reached the artistic level of the Beatles or the Beach Boys, a solid album. Favorite songs: Forget That Girl, I Can’t Get Her Off My Mind, Randy Scouse Git, Zilch
Didn't stand out too much to me. The album overall sounded pretty good, but it all sort of blended together. Still some great moments though. Favorite Songs: Debonair, My Curse, Brother Woodrow
Juvenile for the sake of being juvenile. Feels like music for kids that don't have a taste in music yet and want to pretend they do. It all blurred together as loud without any good reason for being loud. The vocals were eh and the lyrics were worse.
A great album, not much else to say. Hadn’t heard any of the songs from this album, but it was a good listen. Favorite Songs: Brown Sugar, Wild Horses, Moonlight Mile
I enjoyed the vocals the most, not exactly my type of music, but it was a great album. Favorite Songs: She’s Out of My Life, It’s the Falling in Love
Pretty ok album. Blended together a lot though. Favorite Song: Just Like Honey
Liked it a lot, despite the cover art making me hesitant. Good vocals, and some really interesting vocals. Favorite Songs: Susan's House, Rags to Rags, Guest List
Liked the vocals, I don't care much for grunge. Still some great parts. Had only heard Black Hole Sun before this and really enjoyed it. Favorite Songs: Black Hole Sun, The Day I Tried to Live, 4th of July.
Impressive vocals, fun to listen to. Favorite Songs: Combination of the Two, I Need a Man to Love
The energy and vocals really make this a great live album. Really enjoyable. Favorite Songs: Feel It (Don't Fight It), Twistin' The Night Away, Bring It on Home to Me, Somebody Have Mercy
Great album with plenty of songs I thought were really good. The album doesn't seem to be that well known, but it was surprisingly fun. Only complaint is that the second half didn't appeal to me as much as the first. Favorite Songs: Natalie's Party, Comedy, Pull Together, Beautiful, Lend's Some Dough
Not my type of music, but it still had some great parts. Favorite Songs: The Fly, Mysterious Ways, Acrobat
Some good ideas, but didn't stand out much too me, and at some times was a bit much, or too boring. Favorite Songs: Devils Haircut, Where It's At, Ramshackle
Not bad actually. Favorite Songs: Love Song, I Just Can't Be Happy Today, "Smash It Up, Pt. 1 & 2"
I think Dylan's voice has grown on me, a lot of great songs, but still some that I didn't care for. Favorite Songs: Like a Rolling Stone, Ballad of a Thin Man, Queen Jane Approximately, Highway 61 Revisited.
The guitar is great, and the lyrics are better. Most of the songs were hit or miss, with some that are more bland then others. The story telling is the highlight of the album. Favorite Songs: Story of Isaac, A Bunch of Lonesome Heros, "Seems So Long Ago, Nancy"
I agree with the one review that says "Respectable, but not my type of music". It's very well done, but it's not my type of music. Favorite Songs: Couldn't You Keep That to Yourself, The Part You Throw Away, Purple Avenue, Scope J.
A good album. Don't think I've ever heard of this band before. Favorite Songs: Mr. Soul, Sad Memory, Good Time Boy
Tried Green Day before, didn't like it, but I guess today I was into it.
that was actually really good. Listened to the deluxe edition cause that’s what it showed, which added some cool songs and alternate versions. The first song felt like one large build, and the pay off made the strange guitar parts well worth it. Didn’t care for the third song as much as the first two but overall a great album.
All the fun songs on the album are brought down by random short songs that all sound the same.
Idk what he's saying but I like it
For being 1 hour 45 minutes it was never bored. Really liked if it’s magic
Idk how this will affect my list but this is one of the first ones I rated
Great album, I’ve listened to it plenty of times before. Though I think Summer Days (And Nights) would’ve been a better choice for this list, this is still great.
Love this album, probably the last great beach boys album. Don’t go near the water and long promised road are great, take a load off your feet is fun. Disney girls is nice and sweet. Student demonstration time was probably my least favorite, just felt nothing like the rest of the album and was pretty bland. A day in the life of a tree and ‘til I die are wonderful. My favorite song is probably surfs up, the lyrics and feel of it are mystical.