1. Safe from Harm - plus - a band where I can hear the lyrics. Like this style Whatever it's called. 2 3. Blue Lines - very chilled low key more rappy in spoken word 4. Be Thankful for What You've Got - 6. Unfinished Sympathy - the familiar well known track. 7. Daydreaming - do like this one, the lyrics and the beat. Overall, nice and chill, mostly flows into the background
enjoy the first two songs. Afterglow a fun energetic vibe to it. Rene - slightly weirder. cockney accented lyrics, like more of a daft sang vibe to it, catchy, and easy to relax to, foot tap along to. Song of a Baker dull. Lazy Sunday, more cockney chat. Irritating. part 2 chatting gobshite. largely strongly disliked it.
opening songs are bangers, album fades away as it goes along but an album I could always drift out of in the background.
pleasant background chill out vibes
more background fare. Quite liked Despair. Generally, not my thing. Doesn't annoy me, and not rushing to switch it off. Not a huge fan of the vocalist though.
After suffering through the PJ Harvey album, this has been a soothing listen. Very backgroundy though. Nothing stands out, inoffensive stuff.
The REM sound is developing nicely. Enjoyed this much more than their debut. The End of the World is a great song. Overall on a first listen good. I'm terrible at paying attention to lyrics mind so can't judge those.
Really enjoyed this one. Recognised a couple of the tracks, foot-tapping fun throughout, no bad tracks.
Slow start, and album grew on me with Reelin' in the years. Solid, but the odd track aside, unlikely to revisit
1. not my thing, pretty miserable stuff. 2. similar, disliking this album fairly strongly so far. 3. Improvement, 'Dress' is listenable. 4. fine enough. 5. 6.7 songs just run on through, easily distracted. Not my cup of tea. Might have enjoyed it more when I was younger, and listened to this type of music more often, but found it a chore to get to the end of the slbum, couldn't wait for it to end.
new to me, and obviously no idea on the lyrics but the music is very enjoyable
Plenty of familiar songs, always enjoy Elton, though opening track doesn't work for me, too long.Lots of unfamiliar tracks on this album too though, ends with a classic.
wank. just wank.
enjoyable, though drum solos are infinitely fucking dull. Album version on Spotify is fucking long though.
christ that first track is like nails on a chalkboard, couldn;t finish it. rest far too boring, gave up halfway. miserable man