Good instrumentals, loved the blues rock beats in the few songs that had them. The lyrics are repetitive and boring throughout the album as well as oddly confusing. The lyricism was major problem for this album.
Good and unique sounds make this album as interesting as it is creative. On first listen it seemed disorganized and as if the songs would drag on to add more listening time for the album. I found it easier to appreciate the chill and calming nature of this album when I realized the Gorillaz were aiming to create vibes with their music, not to artificially add substance. The flow of the album is mostly good, however, I feel like a few of the songs are out of place and do not fit the theme of the album. Overall the Gorillaz successfully combined genres of rock and rap with inclusions of samples, to spice up their well produced electronic beats.
Really enjoyed the dreamy/mesmerizing rock beats. Unfortunately I found the lyrics to be bland and way too repetitive which brings down the album just a touch. I can see myself listening to this passively as background music because the instrumentals are just so good. Definitely not an album I'll forget about.
Fun classic rock with a lot folk influence and some jazz. Definitely plenty of material to listen to in this album.
Simple and catchy music. Basically pop rock produced to be commercialized with little to no substance in this music. I can give him credit at being a great vocalist and entertainer. He also brought certain genres mainstream because of his popularity so he was influential for the time. Some parts are fun but it might as well just be a collection of singles.
Painfully boring, I can't help but hear elevator music if you were to remove the vocals. He narrates like he is reading from a book and the flow of his story telling isn't smooth. I get this impression he has to keep adding details to convince the listener to be emotional because he hasn't yet convinced himself. I appreciate storytelling in music but this is poorly executed. The only thing I enjoyed about this album was when I heard certain parts that influenced modern artists.
Wow this was a rough one. I've known the song "where is my mind" for a long time and I am a fan of it. I had high hopes the whole album would be similar but I was very wrong. This album is noisy without any clear direction. Even the better songs on this album are pretty terrible. Very disappointed and definitely not an album I can recommend to anyone.
Lovely voice, her music is sweet and calming. Interesting how it is a recorded live performance instead of a studio album given the year. I enjoyed it.
Interesting sounds. Not bad but not for me.
Not bad and it's a short album. I've never been in to this genre of music though. Probably won't come back to it.
I like the sound and his vocals pair well with the instruments. His lyrics are a bit too much and he comes across as an ass hole. Not bad but I won't come back to it.
Wow this is a boring album. Lyrics are uninspiring and repetitive, the vocalist sounds like he's whispering in every song, even the rock beats are generic. Incredibly bland and basic from start to finish.
Haven't really ever been a fan of the yeahs. I think Karen O has a good voice and they make some fun sounds but her lyrics kill me. The acoustic part of the album seemed a bit more enjoyable.
Noisy and a little bit odd but better than surfer rosa so I can't complain.
I dig the industrial sound of the album but I don't care for lyrics. They are repetitive and edgy, in a way that 14 year old me would probably relate to.
I've never liked oasis so I went in to this album expecting to not like it. I can see why other people would enjoy it but it's not for me. The songs are boring and the vocalist has an incredibly annoying voice.
Dad rock in all the worst ways. I feel like I'm being hit by 5 different genres at once in some weird mashup. It might have been cool listening to this when it came out but not so much in 2022.
Never liked Rush but I gave it a chance. His voice is hard for me to listen to and I can't tell what he's saying. Listening to this album didn't change my opinion on them
Wow this is an annoying album. His voice is hard to listen to and the instruments compliment how bad it is. I'm not impressed with his lyrics, I don't take them as witty or clever. I'm also pretty surprised he just drops the n-word with a hard R. That definitely woke me up this morning.
Not bad but not great. It doesn't capture my attention.
Not bad but Neil still isn't working for me. I feel like his style is something I would like but his songs leave so much to be desired.
Like the overall sound of the album, the vocalist has a great voice too. The album as a whole is a little weak though. It jumps around with tone and doesn't flow well.
Love some Johnny Cash music. I usually don't care for live performance albums but this was surprisingly good. His guitar playing is catchy and his voice is iconic for the genre.