Very surprised about how much I got into this but also felt a few songs either dragged on or went down the wrong path. This album came out when I first started teenage park drinking and navigating the other gender. Time to pretend took me back to Brendan's garage watching him dance with Sarah while I'm trying to figure out who I could kiss. Weekend wars has such an incredible first half but then loses itself/goes away from what I really enjoyed about it. The grungey feel that really isn't typical of MGMT. Electric feel is a song I'd typically skip but in the context of the album it is perfect. There's no wonder this song was everywhere when I was 15. The album is a nostalgic piece of fun for me. With enough content to make it memorable but not enough for me to want to go back. Great first album but looking for much better to come
Such a dynamic and wonderful mix of 70s black American music. Papa was a rolling stone is top tier
Songs with no direction. Pissing in the wind.
A very good story teller and strong vocalist with some moments of brilliant musical moments. An enjoyable listen but definitely not a repeat. Only one song left me with any thought more positive than that was decent and that was the 9+ minute one. I get why it is revered but it isn't my cup of tea
A decent album with some good moments but altogether not that memorable.
My dad's favourite band and a very energetic fun album. I am very biased due to the good memories of the who in my lounge room but the band seemed to really just go for it in this show
Such a cool and fresh undertaking of tango with a wild combination of instruments. Definitely not going to be a regular play but I'm much better for having heard this
Bitta fun. Good time but not a consistent replay
The kind of music you'd here walking to an empty dive bar in suburban Australia. One man up front with a karaoke backing track and an old Casio keyboard playing for a room of drunks and exhausted workers. I honestly thought it was a joke at first.
A bit of fun. A bit of chaos. Not memorable
The first side of the album was your typical brilliant bowie. Very inventive, weird and creative music. The B-side was a big let down. Lots of boring instrumentals and nothing memorable
What an absolute jazz funk onslaught. Incredible album
Surprisingly fun! Never listened to Green Day before and thoroughly enjoyed it
Very surprised by how much I enjoyed this.
Could not get into it at all
80s as 80s gets
Great 90s style rhyme and flow over the top of a great sounding backing
Not memorable nor very enjoyable
Pleasant but dull
Reminds me of Saturday mornings at my parents.
Album was a bit of fun but not amazing. Sultans of swing is the saving grace of a somewhat forgettable experience
Love the band, nothing the album
Got this recommended on the day the queen died. Poor taste