This is very 80s. Wow they can have a track that's 10 mins long. No wonder Coheed and Cambria were inspired by this.
This brings back so many memories of my angst-ridden and disaffected yout--after all, a cute boy who played the guitar in my high school introduced Nirvana to me. Sort of. It was one of the bands that got me through those tough teenage years, to be honest. When I was sad, I would blast some of these songs from this album to drown the world out or to imagine screaming the lyrics of these songs. This band is punk rock and I am still, deep inside, very punk rock too. I love this band and their sick riffs, their lyricism, and the fact that Polly is an anti-rape anthem. But upon second listening for this project, I realised that I missed out on a lot of good songs. Apart from my favourites, like Smells Like Teen Spirit, Come As You Are, and obviously Polly, I'm also surprised by the slower song, Something In The Way. I wasn't educated with knowledge of music, so I can only comment on the fact that Nirvana has always had a very distinct sound and style that gave the band its identity. Other pluses tangentially related to the album include: Kurt Cobain being a feminist and always trying to stand up to do the right thing. I hope he's resting in peace. 5/5
I tried reading up on why this man is such a big deal, and it's explained. Kind of. But I don't like how the songs sound and I kind of stopped listening after the third track. This doesn't appeal to me. Sorry.
The 90s barely started and already, this is a very 90s album.
This is very 80s, very Bowie. He's one of those rockstars that you have to know, simply because of his outfits, and other technical bits about his music that I don't know about because I'm not music educated. Sorry. The famous songs are Ziggy Stardust, obviously, and Moonage Daydream, but I liked getting to know the other songs, even if I didn't quite understand what they mean. An overall consistent sound that has its place in the Hall of Rock.
I had no idea that this band existed, and that a few musicians from several bands (most notably from The Arctic Monkeys) had a hand in recording it. For the most part, I enjoyed the songs as they reminded me of certain bands like The Kooks. Favourite tracks include Standing Next To Me and My Mistakes Were Made For You cause I am basic.
Sorry, I don't like country music.
Aerosmith sounds like, well, Aerosmith. I know it's not saying much, but their sounds are great and I'd put this on when I don't know what to listen.
Not my thing. I don't know why it's on the list. Maybe I have poor taste. Sorry!
Not bad; it surprised me because I thought hip-hop was always about getting girls and money. I think I'd have to listen again to focus more on the lyrics, though.
I don't understand this, but it's different. I would have to listen to more to get the hang of it.
Some songs sound like they should be on a country album, and not on an album of one of the greatest rock bands. However, the tracks that made up for it were my jam, so this events out to 4/5 stars.
This sound like a cheap version of The Beatles but I like some songs!
Why does this sound like country?
I love this band! Each track is distinct and reminds me of a time when I was in university and the world seemed full of possibilities. Karen's voice is awesome, and every track in this album is cohesive and perfect. I'd almost forgotten that this band existed, so this is a good reminder to have this album on rotation, especially when I feel down.
I like this album and I'm happy that I got acquainted with his other songs. I would check out his discography as well.
They're pretty good. Very 60s. I didn't know they were the ones who composed many songs that are still used in pop culture today.
I have no idea how to review this album. It's unlike most of the Radiohead stuff I heard and the instrumentals are wonderful.
This is a very typical Bob Dylan sound and yes, his voice sounds like sandpaper. This really widens my music repertoire and I'm glad I got to know his work.
What is this???? I don't understand this at all. I disliked the repetition of words in the first track and that put me off the rest of the album. I'm not a stranger to eletronica but this is too out of left field for me.
I don't understand this but it's artistic in its own way, I guess?
I love this band and I love their songs. I like that their sound is consistent.
I love this album, and I love Alanis Morissette, so this is going to be a biased review. There is something distinct about her sound and vocals that makes her stand out. Even if I'd never heard some tracks before, I'd know it's her because she's just that unique. Apart from the classic Ironic, all the other tracks are worth listening to too.
This is pretty OK. Sorry I don't have anything more intelligent to say.
I don't like folk much.