Fun, good on the X2HRs, some songs added to my "hi-fi test songs" playlist
A few bangers here and there, but overall a subpar album, everything kinda sounds the same, not much variation.
Have never listened to Bowie before this. I understand why he is so liked. Great album.
Funk central, enjoyed it a lot.
90s Hip-hop are one of my favourite genres. So safe to say this went down very well.
Not really my thing. I see why people like him though, but it just didnt sit with me. Maybe another time.
What an experience. The whole album was so fun and full of soul. The seamless transitions between songs caught me off-guard, felt like i was just listening to one long song and it felt so effortless. Epic!
When i saw 60s acid rock band, i though "yes, this will be epic". It ended up being pretty lack luster. Nothing really sounded innovative or interesting, even for the time. Most of the songs followed the same formula, not really any variation between them. Doing some more research into the band, seems like theyre only really known for one song, a 17min track sharing the same title as the album. And whereas that track is good fun, it doesnt excuse the rest of the album being so dull.
Cool voice, cool songs, thats all i can really say. Not something id instantly switch to, but was definitely a cool experience to listen to, especially some of the songs that were sang in Xhosa (the click language of SA).
First time ever hearing Nick Drake, never stumbled across his work before, despite being 70s rock. The acoustic guitar is beautiful, his voice is smooth and soothing, what a lovely experience. Im a bit biased as this is the type of music i enjoy a lot, but still, one of the better albums ive gotten since starting this.
A great 60s soul album. Really not much else to add here. I have no complaints, enjoyed every song, everything flowed well without sounding repetitive. Definitely something to add to my playlist for future play.
This was a long one. I have heard of the band before, but never had a chance to listen to them, so this was cool. The length of the album definitely hurt it, as towards the end most songs started to blend together and sound like one another. There were a few welcome breaks in style sometimes, but most songs didnt sound "unique". However, I still enjoyed this style of early "punk-rock" almost. Best enjoyed in smaller doses though.
Listened to this album countless of times, nothing more to say, one of the rock greats.
This honestly felt like a bit of classic Foo Fighters sound and a bit of classic Nirvana sound. Which makes sense, since this was Daves first album since Nirvana, and it sure sounds like it. Never deep dove this deep into Foo lore, but i do like it. Very good listen.
I knew about Rod Stewart, but never knew about this band for some reason. Odd. Either way, this is pretty good 70s rock and roll, nothing felt repetitive or out of place, each song went from strength to strength, really enjoyed it.
I cant, this isnt for me. I tried.
This is why i joined this program, to find gems like these. Didnt know who she was, or what i was walking into, but so glad i did. This is an epic blend of blues and 70s rock, with Joans super smooth and calming vocals, thoroughly enjoyed this one.
Way to tired to think of anything creative to say about this. Great late 70s punk rock album and band. Have never listened or heard of them before, but did enjoy my first listen.