Very shouty, typical Clash - not for me - 2/5
Starts off very strong with Bittersweet Symphony. Gets a little calmer with Sonnet, then picks it up again with The Rolling People. Follows the same general up-down trend throughout the album which leads to something greater than a sum of it's parts, pushing it to a 5/5.
Very 80's. Seemed to improve as the album went on
Interesting sounds at the start of the album, like a film sound track or opening credits on a TV show. Diverts from this as the album goes on, not for me.
Very guitar heavy. Stand out song was Black Magic Woman.
Starts off very strongly with "From out of Nowhere" and "Epic", gets a little softer in the middle section but then ends with an amazing cover of "War Pigs".
Most songs seemed to blend together
Very easy listening. Stand out track is the title track.
Fun, short bursts of music
Solid album - standout tracks were Dancing Queen and Knowing Me, Knowing You (aha)
Enjoyed this album. Simple Man was a highlight
Hadn't heard of Elliott Smith before this - hearing this album has made me want to look up more of his work.
Some classic singles on this album. Great start with 'Take on Me' and a great finish with 'Here I Stand and Face the Rain'.
Not for me
Never really listened to Tina Turner before but I enjoyed this album. Highlight for me was Private Dancer.
I can appreciate the significance of Joy Division, but this album wasn't for me. It blended together and didn't really have anything that stood out for me.
Before listening to this album I hadn't heard of Dr. Octagon before, but this has made me interested in listening to more of Kool Keith's personas. I enjoyed the overall theme of the album, although I can't pick a stand-out song.
Mostly enjoyed the album but had heard enough by about halfway through
Enjoyed the start of the album but some songs were questionable towards the end.
Enjoyed the mix of classical with r&b.
Not heard Faces before, enjoyed this album.
Some Beatles songs I hadn't heard before, was over very quickly
One of my favourite Taylor Swift albums. I like the high tempo start and the slower finish.
Had only heard 'Sunshine of Your Love' before this album. I enjoyed the different styles of song.
Liked some of the songs on this album but a few were "just noise" to me
Lots of shouting and strange noises throughout. Had to stop listening halfway through Frankie Teardrop
Some big Robbie songs on here - Angels and Let me Entertain you. I prefer some of Robbie's later stuff but really enjoyed this throwback of an album.
Sounded like experimental noise to me
Fond memories of playing the title track on rock band 3