G. Love And Special SauceG. Love & Special Sauce
Not the biggest of fans but mostly enjoyed this.
Really good, enjoyed it a lot. My favourite was Nightswimming, thought it was great.
Liked it, didn't love it. Gave me late Beetles vibes...
I liked it. Felt very cinematic. I had originally thought it sounded like a 90s teen TV show soundtrack, the part where that one couple finally get together, or can't get together, or break up after being together, but it's actually too good to make that comparison. Moody & broody, the kind of music for the evening (in my opinion) if that makes sense.
Gives dreamy vibes, that kind of sleepy awakeness of lying on the couch on a Sunday while trying to read a book. Enjoyed it and would probably listen again.
Funky vibe going on, found it a little difficult to get into but enjoyed it nonetheless.
Enjoyed most of it. I think I listened to the remastered version so there were some extra bits that were a bit lost on me as I'm not a mega fan or anything (yet). There was one song that I swear the artic monkeys sound just like them.
Fun, upbeat, different to what I would usually listen to. Honestly thoroughly enjoyed listening to this short album.
Not for me
Very dramatic episode of a 2000s TV show vibe going on. Really enjoyed it.
"Billy Jack" - tune, "When Seasons Change" - silky Honest great Sunday album, gives off such autumn energy, love.
Almost giving sex and the city theme song with "Stay", why is "You Didn't Have To Be So Nice" cute?? The words are a little creepy but the overall tune of the song is nice. Definitely giving beach, enjoyed it more than I thought I would.
Great album, strong message... probably one that isn't discussed as openly in many songs/albums but they really go there with the audio
Cannot fully remember
Amazing swing/jazz. Makes me want to sit and listen and dance at the same time. Would be great music to paint to.
What an album. One of the greatest pop albums ever made, loved this growing up, still love it today. Absolutely buzzing for 1989 TV. Out of the woods, Wildest Dreams and Wonderland are my favs.
Corrupted Disney. I did like the musical arrangements, but "rednecks" was a shock to the system.
Very soundtrack-esque. The monologue from gritty shaker (I liked this song the best) gives serious vine energy. Grand for background noise. Not really my style..
Top picks: Piano Joint (This Kind of Love), Living in Denial, Light, Hero.
A bop. Had heard D.A.N.C.E. before.
Yee haw. Jiving central I'd say. I did enjoy this a lot more than I initially thought I would. "Okie form Musjogee" is honestly gas, yee haw. Yodelling!! (man I love an auld yodel) This album is definitely a guilty pleasure ahaha
Liked didn't love
This album gives me autumn vibes :) Love it, so sweet, such good vibes.
Enjoyed it, found out Gilmore Girls used her song for their into music so nostalgia central. Also sounds like an album my dad would love
Enjoyed it, was looking for something along these lines for a hot minute.
Buffy vibes, was in the bronze for a sec.
Really enjoyed this a lot more than I expected. Groovy, great amount of instrumental, different enough so as not to be boring.
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun & Time After Time; absolute classics. I'll Kiss You reference to love potion No. 9 from The Searchers (I literally only listened to that yesterday!)
Giving Bowie and The Stooges tbh. Not enough of music buff to know much about him but the album was great, sometimes a little slow but would probably listen again.
Amazing, loved it
Not a fan at all, just not for me
A few different styles going on in the one album. Bops - Seven Nation Army, Ball and Biscuit, The Hardest Button to Button & Hypnotize.
Really enjoyed it
Really enjoyed this
Not really my vibe, was nice but won't be running back to listen
Thought it was great. Definitely something my dad listened to.
Good, probably would have been a bigger fan at the time just a bit over the sound atm
Very country, great voice.
Good, liked most of it
Loved this album, love them, amazing!
Enjoyed the guitar, probably a good walking album especially if you've somewhere specific to be or just strolling around the city tbh.
Really enjoyed this. Very vibey, evening album, moody loved it.
Absolutely class, love this album
Grand, the music is great, have to keep in mind it was 1995 is all... Good music for the evening
Good not great imo, I think he has better albums and there are other albums I would rather listen to
Really great album
Thought it was fun, a bit of a mood really. Good for car driving tbh. Overall enjoyed it.
Great album, Guys Eyes & Taste were my favs.
Halleluhwah should not be listened to when anxious.
Not the biggest of fans but mostly enjoyed this.
Enjoyed this, another instrumental album.
Instrumental, good for working to.
Upbeat, romantic and nostalgic.
Not really my taste, very cinematic though which was nice.
Grand, very easy and nice to listen to.
Was actually a fan of the music, the singing was just not my taste tbh. Too screamy, almost sounded like a parody album at times.
big man ting, grime isn't really my thing, but it was a good album
Upbeat, jazzy and pop "The Smiths" vibes or is it just the 80s?
Lane Kim would approve
Groovy, very mellow.
Really enjoyed it, definitely worth the listen.
I'm pretty sure these 4 songs are the longest I've every listened to. Great music regardless, definitely good to work to or even just chill out imo.
Loved it, very funky, great to dance to. From the first track, "That Lady", I was hooked.
Enjoyed it. Dark, moody, punk, rock, eerie.
Fun, a lot of turmpets. Great guitar solo in "Poem 58".
Very mellow/easy listening... Literally what I think my mum would have listened to in the 80s
Very 70s, and a little more yee-haw than I had in my head for the rolling stones.
5 songs, 43 minutes long. Did Shakira ever give them credit for shine on you crazy diamond? -> will be doing a deep dive.
Really enjoyed the album. Catchy tunes, great vibes, "Relight the Light", "Bomba" and "Erzulie" were my favs.
Couldn't find the actual album on spotify but listened to some of their other stuff and really liked it.
An early 200s movie soundtrack.
Great album. Never got into them before but will be after this, really enjoyed it.
Good music to have in the background imo. Some of the songs were a bit too long but was still an enjoyable album if not a little boring sometimes.
I really didn't expect to like this at all, really enjoyed it however.
Epitome of white boy music... Tbf some of the guitars and drums are good, I just don't love the vocals. Just not my thing
Groovy, different, absolutely Bowie.
Was mostly boring and annoying (I can not take much more). I didn't really like his voice either, I liked the lower parts but I just didn't really get much from the rest tbh. Experimental I guess but not for me.
It's the Beatles, say less.
Very cute, apt name, sunny vibes from this album.
Great voice, great songs. Definitely listened to this growing up, never took much interest in the artist but will deffo be looking them up after this.
"Since I Left You" and "Live at Dominoes" main favs, Enjoyed the album, good groovy tunes, will be listening again.
Getting some Damien Rice from "Old Friends, New Lovers" Very 2000's, liked the vibe
Guitar in "I Need You Tonight" is fab, great album, fun, very 80s.
Better than their first album imo, more psychedelic. I really enjoyed this album to listen to.
Good, enjoyed it, "Psycho killer" was the highlight for me.
Depressive breakup, everything sucks, no filter, fuck off vibe. "When you talk to me I vomit inside" ahahaahaha so petty... Some tunes I really enjoyed, "Chicken Bones", "Silver Platter Club", "Queen of Denmark". Liked the use of trumpets.
Not 100% my vibe but appreciate the guitar in "Rock Box", absolutely sick.
Really liked it, "The Teams that Meet in Caffs" was my fav.
Giving medieval meets classic rock... I enjoyed it
Immaculate vibes. Didn't understand a word but the music and vocals are great, loved it.
I mean its Jonny Cash, iconique
Enjoyed this the more it went on. "Live and Let Live" guitar scratched a brain itch of mine.
Had heard "Common People" before, really enjoyed the rest of the album as well.
Don't think I'd ever listened to the album as a whole before, absolutely great, a classic for a reason.
Loved it - "Child in Time", "Speed King"
Great album, loved it.
Will come back to this album again, definitely a bitta me. "Backwater" gives we didn't start the fire vibes but much more bouncy feel.
Not really my vibe, giving angsty
Iconic album, loved it as per usual
Great album, gets you in the feels
not really for me, liked some of it
Not for me, wasn't horrendous but not my vibe.
"Silver Soul" & "10 Mile Stereo" scratched such a brain itch.
Groovier than I initially anticipated, liked the album, thought it was definitely worth the listen.
Grand, some of the songs were good but wasn't blown away by any of them really sometimes found the album a little boring.
Good album for sure, more up a side street than up my alley but definitely in the same area. Enjoyed parts, I don't think I'd listen to the whole album again all in one go, I might enjoy it more if it was sprinkled through some other lighter metal....
I hadn't heard a lot of these before but my god I wish I had. So distinctly Queen, Freddie M's vocals and Brian May's guitar playing is absolutely *chefs kiss*, loved this from start to finish
"Do You Love Me" - loved this song from the dd soundtrack, good cover. Good album overall imo, entertaining & short.
No album needs 28 songs, even if they are all short. Music was not my taste, although pretty apt for Halloween with the rage and scary factor waaaaaay up, did not finish the album had heard enough.
Found the album boring at times, was grand.
An album my dad loves, great music and song lyrics. Bob is giving early autumn vibes of a late August evening that's kind of dusty (could just be his voice). Serious porch songs. Favs: "Just like a woman", "Most Likely To Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)", "Fourth Time Around" & "Sad Eyed Lady of the Low Lands".
Classic rock. I felt like I'd heard some of the songs before but in a forgettable way, maybe because while great songs and probably amazing for their time, there was nothing particularly standout to me...
Had me hooked from the first song, the vibes of "The Shining Hour" were exactly what I needed today. Mr. Buffalo knew what he was doing with these. I absolutely loved this album. Some songs are so danceable, some are just fantastic to sit and listen to. My favourite was "Dixie Drug Store" (love an aul storyline).
I wasn't always a fan of live versions of songs on an album but Thin Lizzy changed that for me a while ago, so my expectations were high. I think I preferred this album to any of their others I've heard so far from this list, the use of an orchestra really elevated it imo gave a very dramatic feel to the songs, the crowd also really added something to the music which is cool to hear. "Ecstasy of Gold" was a fabulous intro to the album.
Pretty alright, quite forgettable.
More angst than rage.
Solid 5 stars. A lyrical masterpiece, had heard one or two bits but never listened to the whole album. Absolutely class.
Really enjoyed the album, entertaining throughout. Inappropriate cover for work listening. Favs: "Thrill of it All", "3 & 9", "If It Takes All Night" & "Casanova" **Side note from the album here: Of the 149 albums I've listen to so far only 13 or so have been women... I am sick of listening to men at this stage, very little variety in the list. There must be more albums out there, especially international ones that deserve to be here, I have seen 2 Bob Dylan albums so far, 3 Metallica, 2 Pink Floyd.... enough. It's taking the enjoyment out of it.
"Zig Zag Wanderer" - a bop, "I'm Glad" - a sad banger. Cpt. Beefheart & His (indeed) Magic Band had absolute range with this album. Loved loved it!
Favs: "Just What I Needed", "Moving in Stereo", "All Mixed Up" Giving pop rock. Enjoyed it tbh
Great album. Favs: "Baba O'Riley" - what an opening, "Getting in Tune", "Going Mobile" & "Water" **Side note: Another band of men.
1hr and 45mins is very long for an album imo, even if it is as good as Stevie. Great album. "Sir Duke", "I Wish", "Pastime Paradise"??? wtf, I never knew this is where gangsters paradise came from - mind blown.
Some of the same songs from the other album, 2nd Deep Purple album for me, why is it on the list?? They're good, music is good, I still enjoyed the album, just thought it was a whole new album instead of a live version of their other ones. The fact it is live is great though.
Cinematic but found it a bit boring at times. Liked "Idioteque" the best.