I've listened to this album extensively and love it beginning to end. Obviously electric feel and kids are standouts.
Amazing front to back story telling song writing musically one of the best hip hop albymss ever nade
Not my favorite, but I can understand it's importance in hip-hop and rock. Obviously walk this way is a stand out. Some of the rhymes are just a little too cheesy for me.
Pretty decent folk/blues album. Probably not something I would seek out to listen to, but apparently she has a deep catalogue.
Ive never been a huge Common fan, but I have also never listening through an entire album. I didnt realize this was basically a Kanye album (production wise). I don't love this album because I just dont love Common. The production is great though.
Damn, still extremely straight forward, but some amazing melodies and song writing. I love Norwegian Wood, In My Life, and Run for Your Life the most.
I know Tupac's hits, and California Love is one of my favorite hip-hop songs ever. I never truly listened to a front to back though. This is a dark album in every way. The album is one straight west coast boom-bap vibe of smooth and moody instrumentals, with Tupac's recognizable cadence, unmatched lyricism and all too real storytelling.
Need to relisten
Definitely not my pref style of music. Singer/Songwriter balad pop/rock mix. I think typing that out it sounds likes I might listen to it LOL. The first track is a popular one but I would pass it, so that goes to show how I will feel about the album. That being said, there are a few I really liked, so that is always worth it.
I listened to the first half and really enjoyed it. It felt like on the verge of pop and psych rock? Def worth another deeper listen.
Pretty awesome and I dont know really know much about the beach boys besides the manson ancid days involvement. So yeah, Ive heard this is their/a masterpiece. I liked it very much, I would say nearly every track is a winner, I listed to the stereo version. Some more songs I can see leading towards experimentation. The album has a nice vibe of groovers, mooders, and boppers.
Not really my thing and sounds a bit dated/shows it's age in a bad way. I know her name and that she was huge alongside other 'alternative' female artists of her time. Maybe I need to give it another few listens, but it didn't truly grab me
Dd not listen
This album is crazy awesome. Its near indescribable. Parts bjork, parks beyonce. She uses her voice in crazy ways that while layering is nothing new, are done so fresh and uniquely here. My fiance has shown me a lot of FKA and so I have started following her but yet to catch up on her disco. I recognized more than a few of the tracks on this while listening. Part of what makes this album so good is that it feels like an album though each track is a very unique and stand-alone vibe also. I really loved the production on Numbers
I just really get bored of his voice while listened over and over through an album. Like ear fatigue in a way. The music is okayish but its not my cup of tea honestly. I know this guy was huge but I understand now why I only knew the hits.
Casually listened and enjoyed all the way through. Definitely worth a revisit. I love the opening of the album with is pulsing/whirling pull.
I think everyone has heard this. This was probably the last album of theirs I truly enjoyed. Full of great songs.
This was a nice album, lovely sort of country ballads.
Not entirely my style to listen to something like this front to back. Obviously Dancing Queen is a classic, and the songs are beautiful and such.
I am not super into Lightning Bolt, but they are quite a force.
TALKING HEADS ARE LEGIT. Such a cool band that I never really listened to.