I really don't understand the hype with Eric clapton. Not an bad album but nothing that made me go like wow!
I really enjoyed this one. Love the combination of british rock and synthesizers.
Good album but I know he has better ones so I kinda was like meeeehhhh
Really like the album. Haven't heard a lot of David Bowie albums yet except for the big ones. So I still have much to discover about him. So far I like the different use of instruments, especially the piano pieces. (That title track :D) 3.5/5
Instrumentals were kinda mehhh, and a lot of people were praising the vocals by the singer. But for me it didn't really click.
I love this album, Dancey with a lot of different samples.
I personally never got that much into Beach house. I don't mind them as a band, I just think most of the songs have the same style and maybe one of them is worth mentioning.
Yes I love this! Maybe I am a bit biased cause I listened to a lot of QOTSA growing up. But I just love this grimey-sounding rock music.
Sorry can't get into tango xD
Sounds like Martyn was aiming for a lot on this record. Pretty odd production with a heavy focus on synthesisers, combined with rock, jazz and some funk. I enjoyed it but won't be coming back to it
Ah Amy Winehouse. Ofcourse I have heard a lot of tracks from back to black. So it was really cool to listen to her debut. I enjoyed it a lot with the combination of jazz,soul and her vocals. 3.5/5
Pretty uninteresting 90's rock music.
This album has its moments, but these guys aren't A Tribe Called Quest or anything.
The first album with 5 stars! While it's not my favourite prog rock record. These guys were definitely ahead of their time. (Opening track is so good!)
I really enjoyed this album. Loved the bass sounds combined with the 80th synth-pop era.
I don't know I guess this album was something different that shocked a lot of people back in 1992. They had some cool-sounding riffs, but they just kept playing them over and over and over and over and over. Eventually it started to bore me and I was hoping for something new with each song but it never really happened.
Not my type of music. Voodoo people is awesome though
A solid classic rock album, that also probably has such a historical impact that I don't know about as always. :P
I love this album. I listened to it a lot growing up and holds a special place in my heart. (This sounded cringe for some reason)
Fun punk but nothing special