You know, I don't support the use of the Confederate Flag, but this album is amazing. That's all I have to say.
This album is incredible. Very layered and catchy. I highly recommend it.
One of the best albums of the '90s. Jeff's angelical voice and passion fill each track of this masterpiece of an album. Truly a gem, considering the fleeting life and tragic downfall of Tim Buckley's son.
Amazing album. Very influential. I can hear why a lot of bands got inspired by his sound.
I loved this album. After this I wanna keep listening to Dusty's work
Amazing album. I have never listened to Björk before, but now I'm very interested on diving deep in her discography.
Very experimental and pretentious. I can see how this piece in specific can be very influential for alternative rock musicians, but I personally don't like it. "Hang Down Your Head" is a great track though.
Great listen. Very psychedelic, and I think this is the pinnacle of sitar on rock music.
Great album. Very soft and comfortable. The lyrics are cute and relaxing, but also nostalgic and sad sometimes. Very emotional.
Great album. Would like to hear some original songs performed by Harris, but her voice is no joke; beautiful, soft and charming.
Amazing album. Truly a chronicle of destruction and creation of the new Wilco that came after the work and influence of Jay Bennet.
Very good album. Essential and captivating. Great for working.
I liked it very much. Good punk-pop project; although the lyrics didn't aged very well.
Good album; but I'm not a big fan of the "Dream Pop" genre.
What a classic record. Very stripped down and simple, yet so witty and complex. Great listen.
A classic album. If you like hard rock, you will enjoy this amazing record.
I don't see the big deal about this album. It just sounds like shit.
Good album. Classic.
The only "Dreampop" album that matters truly.