Preachy and too similar but respect to the songwriting
It’s Cowpunk—what else could you want?
The Piano man played us a song, it was pretty alright
Acid Jazz without the acid, questionable on the jazz, and a guy's singing that gives you relief when his vocals cease
One of those albums that seemed fashionable to add to this list at the time and it gave them free space to remove when anything even measurably good appeared on the horizon later on. In short, this album was added just to protect having to remove some terrible 1960s album that will always be on this list because its old and you can't change my mind.
Pure celebration of blues and psychedelic music while showing Jimi's masterful craftsmanship and wistful imagination
The album name aptly names the process Todd used to choose what tracks to include on his album.
"Who am I to blow against the wind"
S > C > N
Raw, emotional, and excellent.
Another one of those one word bands that when they jam they bring are hot but when the lead singer opens their mouth you just sit their waiting for them to shut up and get back to jamming. Yes is one of these bands. Tl;dr Yes is a no on a lyrical level. (Würm is the best part on here.)
One of them good British Invasion bands.
Yes, that Wilson family and it more or less shows that those Beach Boys documentaries where Brian Wilson is the only true musician is inaccurate.
Not the greatest Led Zeppelin but certainly not the worst. Pretty, pretty, pretty good.
If you want to know what chaos magic sounds like, look no further. [Quite literally, look into it] By the Emperor, this album is heresy.
One of those sixties albums that is still really good
Another one of those records that shifted the 60s into the 70s and was a good thing
Sure is reggae
Krautrock is lovely
Not necessarily the Jam but definitely a decent jam
Decent stay, rooms had character but no bass...boards
You know why this album is on here--one half is forgettable and the other you have heard on the radio so much that it is also forgettable (overrated)
Cool concept album that felt rather bloated and excessive at times
Jay Z verbally slaughters Nas and then gives you a rap album. A rap album that heavily foreshadows his role in inspiring Lemonade.
Classic album, jangle pop at its supreme
A live album with all the character of Johnny Cash distilled into less than hour
He sure is