Fun album to listen to as background music while working. I'm not a fan of indie/eletronic/french music, but this surprised me. Favorite tracks: * Percolator * The Noise of Carpet * Metronomic Underground is also good, although too long and repetitive
Fun and energetic! Not a fan of AM but this is the best album by them I've heard. I will definitely relisten more times. Favorite tracks: * The View From The Afternoon * From The Ritz To The Rubble * A Certain Romance
Beautiful album! Never heard anything from Joni before, and I loved it. Arrangements are simple but delicate, lyrics are very emotional. I can see why it is considered a vital record to music history. Favorite tracks: * River (so good!) * All I Want * Blue
Amazing debut album from Beastie Boys. Not my favorite from them, but I can't deny that this one is a classic and a must-listen. I love the samples used on this record, specially the "Low Rider" one used in Slow Ride (fun as hell). Favorite tracks: * Rhymin & Stealin * Fight For Your Right * No Sleep Till Brooklyn
Legendary album that changed the history of metal forever. A lot of people don't like it because that's when Metallica turned to mainstream, but you can't deny the huge importance and impact this record had (and still have!). I believe it should be a must-listen for everyone at least once in life. Favorite tracks: * Through The Never * Holier Than Thou * The God That Failed
A classic. It's on my top 4 records by Sabbath. I don't like Changes and FX, but the rest of the songs are superb. Favorite tracks: * Supernaut * Snowblind * Wheels of Confusion
Britpop is not my thing, but this album has a lot of fun songs, specially Mis-Shapes and Common People. I guess people who enjoy Oasis and Blur will also enjoy this. Favorite tracks: * Mis-Shapes * Dance 2000 * Common People
It started with some fun songs, but it became normal and boring fast. Too "hipster" for me I guess, don't know why it earned a spot on this list. Production of the album is good, tho. Favorite tracks: * Mayfly * Judy And The Dream Of Horses * Seeing Other People
I went to listen to this album with low expectations, was already prepared to not like it, buuuuut it was a nice surprise. It reminded me of 50/60s music, with a lot of influence from Johnny Cash. Overall a decent album, probably gonna listen to it some more times. Favorite tracks: * Ocean * Just Like The Rain * Coles Corner
The shortest album I heard so far, but it was the one I was most looking forward to end. I only enjoyed the first song maybe, and it became boring after that. Not my cup of tea, I would give it 1.5/5 maximum.
First track was very good, but then the rest.... I don't know what happened. For me it got back on track only in the end. "You Better Run" is amazing, my favorite track of the record by far.
Monotonous country folk rock album... There are some good tracks, but I didn't see anything special/so inovative in this record. I also thought the album is too long, with 51min. Almost lost interest before the end of it.
A classic! Sinatra's voice is wonderful! I already knew some songs but never listened this album entirely. What a crime. It truly deserves the spot on this list. Favorite tracks: * In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning * I'll Be Around * This Love Of Mine
Disliked this a lot. All the songs sounded the same to me, it got boring. Don't know why it made it to this list.
Really fun album to listen to! New wave/pop from the 80's with a lot of quality. Was very surprised. Favorite tracks: * Can't Stop The World * Our Lips Are Sealed * You Can't Walk In Your Sleep (If You Can't Sleep)
Not my type of music. Also, 2h is too damn long.
I started listening it with low expectations, and disliked a lot the second track (Reynardine), BUT starting from the third track (Matty Groves), the album turns into a masterpiece! Super fun to listen to! Favorite tracks: * Matty Groves * Medley: The Lark In The Morning * Tam Lin
I only knew T.Rex by name, never listened to it before. With that being said, I felt completely in love this album! Every track is great! Doing some research I found that T.Rex was a seminal band that had influence on a lot of other musicians. I think this album had a lot of influence on Bowie. Ballrooms Of Mars, for example, reminded me A LOT of the Ziggy Stardust era. Favorite tracks: * Buick Mackane * Metal Guru * Ballrooms Of Mars
This was my first time listening to a full Public Enemy album and I really enjoyed. Sick beats and lyrics, it was also the first time I heard the original "Bring The Noise". For some tracks it sounded a little repetitive for me (Cold Lampin' With Flavor), but nothing that really bothered. Still an awesome album. Favorite tracks: * Bring The Noise * She Watches Channel Zero?! (super cool guitar riff) * Prophets Of Rage
Album is well produced and the combination of electronic and rap is interesting, but it's not my type of rap. Disliked a lot the vocals.
My first time listening to Depeche Mode (apart from the classics). The album is good, but it does have some weird songs.
The peak of Hendrix's career! And unfortunately the studio album he ever released :( This album is a masterpiece. I think it's too long, but it doesn't take away it's shine. Favorite tracks: * Voodoo Child (Slight Return) * All Along The Watchtower * Crosstown Traffic
Never listened to Randy Newman besides the famous "You've Got A Friend In Me", so this album made me amazed. His voice together with the piano is something beautiful to hear, especially on a sunday like today, relaxing and not thinking in anything else. Favorite tracks: *Sail Away * Lonely At The Top * Dayton, Ohio - 1903
Blues of the highest quality, there's is not much else to say. Favorite tracks: * Mannish Boy * The Blues Had An Baby And They Named It Rock And Roll * Crosseyed Cat
I'm not into Spanish music, besides Salsa. So this was a no for me unfortunately. I can see that the album is well produced tho.
I never understood the hype of White Stripes. The album is not bad, but also not excellent. A decent album I would say.
Started interrsting, but it didn't hook me up. I finished listening out of obligation basically.
This was my first time listening to Alanis Morissette and I enjoyed a lot! Of course the album is super dated, it has the full essence of the 90s. But thats not a bad thing. Super fun to listen to! Favorite tracks: * Ironic * Hand In My Pocket * You Oughta Know
An absolute classic. It's no my favorite from Led Zeppelin, but it definitely deserves to be in this list. Favorite tracks: * Whole Lotta Love * Ramble On * Heartbreaker
PERFECTION! This is the only way to describe this album. I've lost count of how many times I listened to this already. Favorite tracks: * Literally all of them, but if I need to choose three: * War Pigs * Electric Funeral * Paranoid
Second one from Randy Newman. I enjoyed this one, concept and lyrics are very good, but I guess I prefer the other one I listened better (Sail Away). Still a good album tho.
Great jazz fusion album. The album has only two songs (both with 19min). I loved the first one, but it took me a couple of listens to digest and enjoy the second one. Will definitely listen more of Miles Davis.
The only song I heard before from Gary Numan was Cars, and it was the Fear Factory version. I thought I wouldn't enjoy this album, but goddamn I was wrong. It is super fun to listen to! Favorite tracks: * Cars * Metal * Observer
Wow I'm surprised this album is on this list... It's one of the weakest albums from Slipknot. I'm remember when this was released in 2008, I already take some time to digest some of the songs. From .execute. until Sulfur, it's pretty solid. Psychosocial is not one of my favorites and Dead Memories has a very cool instrumental. Then, from this part the album becomes WEIRD. Super forgettable songs. I enjoy the ending with All Hope Is Gone and also the bonus tracks from the special edition (Child Of Burning Time and Til We Die). Unfortunately is was also the last album to have the full lineup with Paul, Joey and Chris :(
I saw one person describing this as a "drunkard singing pub songs". For me that was exactly it. It's not bad, it's kinda decent.
I love this album. Little Wing, Spanish Castle Magic and Bold As Love already make the album worth 5 stars. Favorite tracks: The ones I mentioned.
Basic glam rock from the 80s. Nothing special. Reminded me of The Clash sometimes.
I like jazz, but this did not go well for me. I guess I need to listen more times to it. A decent album nonetheless. Miles Davis has better stuff in his catalogue.
This album is a masterpiece! Prog with folk/medieval melodies. Favorite tracks: * Dancing With The Moonlit Knight * I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe) * The Battle Of Epping Forest
When I was young I listened a lot for The Prodigy. Damn, it felt good to remember this album. It is great! It's still a bit long for my taste, but whatever. The songs give you that extra energy needed for doing anything you want. Favorite tracks: * Voodoo People * Break & Enter * Full Throttle
Old school country. That type of music I always imagined farmers listened to. Not my style.
Not bad, but not good. It was super forgettable to be honest.
I only knew Mr Blue Sky before listening to this (as most of the people), but it is a really good algum! Kinda long, but it still slaps. Favorite tracks: * Mr. Blue Sky * Turn To Stone * Big Wheels
I never heard anything from him or from The Beach Boys before, but I really enjoyed this album! Was expecting something totally different judging from the cover. Favorite tracks: * River Song * Friday Night * Time
Damn, this album sounds REFRESHING. Lots of different styles. Never heard the name of Kiwanula before, but will definitely follow his work from now on. Favorite tracks: * You Ain't The Problem * Rolling * Another Human Being
A decent album. Too melancholic for me. I guess this is why I never really listened to The Cure before.