The first half of Piano Joint reminds me a lot of Nina Simone and Aretha Franklin, there's a beauty in the simplicity of the music combined with the raw emotion of the singing voice. Overall it sounded like café music to me.
One of the greatest albums of all time, whimsical, fun and whilst on the surface seeming like a well packaged pop-album it takes on a range of sounds to create a unique sonic texture with masterful production from Ronson and Bowie.
A bold expression of sexuality and freedom who's influences still echoes to this day. Feels like a relic of it's time.
They all sounded like the same song, but fucking hell did I love that song. Definitely going in a movie.
Without doubt one of the worst albums i've ever heard, the musical and emotional range of a toddler on sherbet.
a sense of grandiose and scale that elevates a record filled with bombastic instrumentation.
Varied and interesting, exploring way outside the box i'd put them in.
Music so average you might aswell listen to silence.
Varied and entertaining, will definitely listen to again.
One of the most fun albums you'll ever listen to.
Concise storytelling. Sparse instrumentals and Willie's voice bring a wordly tone to this brilliant album.
I nearly didn't listen tot this because I was doing sound yesterday for work. I'm very glad I didn't as I've never heard anything like this, it manages to be catchy without feeling tiresome and experimental without feeling convoluted.
One of the greatest albums of all time. The perfect combination of Metal and Blues.
Fun Lovin'? No. Criminal? Yes.
The master at his best, whimsical, fun and musically varied.
Shit movie but the score is banging.
I somehow became whiter after listening to this. Humanity still owes the universe karmically for allowing this album to happen. It's a debt we'll never be able to pay.
Pretty much as good as "standard" pop-music gets.
Dancefloor punk, audacious and bombastic in all the right ways.
It's a solid album, Public Enemy couldn't miss in these days, but definitely the weakest of their early albums.
Not a bad song or a dud note, it screams with a high-throttle energy and the virtuoso of one of the all-time great guitarists.
In contention for the best album released in my lifetime.
Every singer songwriter owe a debt to this album, as beautiful as it is solemn.
It bangs but never varies. Mad respect for being the voice of King Louis though.