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I couldn't listen to this, I tried to be objective, but this is just noise. I did not like it at all
I couldn't listen to this, I tried to be objective, but this is just noise. I did not like it at all
Young Americans, and Fame good. Cover of Accross the Universe was interesting, Beatles version is better
Chameleon, watermelon man, awesome. Great album
Good acoustic album.
Classic Led Zeppelin album, immigrant song, that's the way, bron-yr-aur stomp. Great songs great album
Interesting, irish folk music and Ska horns. Upbeat songs, some driving bass lines. Overall decent album
Lots of influence from earlier acts, like zeppelin, and sabbath. Sounds like it influenced later bands as well.
Sounds similar to early Beatles.
Old time country story songs. El Paso is a classic country standard.
Early 90s electronic dance music. It's ok, nothing I want to listen to again
Slow psychedelic folk rock
Not a bad album, 90s melancholy rock, Novacaine for the soul was a small hit.
Classic 70s punk from the Ramones, Blitzkrieg Bop is still popular today
Melodic, interesting, lots of instruments. Vocals are quiet, some back up singers on a few songs. Interesting concept songs about people and places in Illinois. Overall good, may have to give it another listen
Dream pop is a genre I he'd never previously heard of, but it describes this album well. It was quiet, melodic and relaxing. It wasn't bad.
Mid 80s new wave, post punk, synthesizers, and drum machines.
Early 70s hard Rock. RATM did a cover of Down on the Streets that was a faithful recreation of the original on this album. Overall it was a decent album
Early alternative, it's OK
Experimental rock, sounds like newer Jack White. It's pretty good.
There are some decent songs. I hear similarities to modern bands that may have been influenced by this.
Early example of New Wave. Heavy on synthesizers, vocal effects. "Don't you want me baby" is the biggest hit off this album. I didn't recognize any other songs.
A lot of speaking on top of guitars. Some loud distortion guitars with screaming.
Slow, acoustic, reminiscent of Bob Dylan. Overall ok.
Sounded like a bad lounge singer, lyrics seemed to be social commentary. The album is called the divine comedy, if it's a joke, I don't get it. If he's trying to make some sarcastic protest, it's poorly executed.
Some loud punk songs, some slower acoustic songs, overall a mixed bag, a typical example of mid 90s alternative rock. I recognized the song "Alright" from a few TV shows, movies, and commercials.
Our house in the middle of our street, great song. Everything else was alright. Lots of horns, strings, interesting overall
Acoustic folk, singer songwriter music. Reminiscent of Cat Stevens and Nick Drake. I've never heard this before, but it was pretty good.
Interesting psychedelic rock. Lots of vocal harmonies, very melodic
At least 6 hit songs off this album. Carole King us a gifted song writer. Classic singer songwriter album from the 70s
John Prine was a great storytelling singer songwriter. His songs are country standards now, Angel from Montgomery was covered by Dave Matthews. Overall a good album
Overall good album, classic David Bowie. The cover of Let's spend the night together was good.
Jump, Panama, Hot for Teacher. Classic Van Halen album. Great guitar work from Eddie Van Halen
Personal Jesus, Enjoy the Silence, and Policy if Truth, classic tracks off of Violator. Early 90s electronic music.
Slow new wave, kind of boring
Sounds punk/new wave. Reminds me of the B-52s. It's ok
It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine. Great song off this album, as well as "the one I love" good examples of early 90s alternative rock.
"The night they drove old Dixie down" and "up on cripple creek" are classic tracks off this album. Reminiscent of the Grateful Dead
Wow, great beat and rapping from A Tribe Called Quest.
Lyric and music are good, jazzy, bluesy, some folk. I can't get over his voice. It's not suited for singing.
Classic early rock and roll, Long Tall Sally and Tutti Frutti.
Great classic reggae from Bob Marley and the Wailers. Every track is a great example of reggae.
Great folk rock, classic album
Quiet, melodic, interesting. Reminisce of Fleet Foxes, and Tame Impala.
Good bluesy rock. "Stay With Me" is a classic track off this album.
Ambient electronic music. It's alright as background music for studying or work.
Good example of Afro-Cuban jazz. Lots of horns and drums.
He sings very well, though I don't know French, I can tell he's a talented singer. Not really my taste for music though
Slow new wave, songs sounded very similar.
Groundbreaking, house/edm album. Around the world is the most recognized track off the album.
Generic 90s pop rock.
Excellent example of 90s west coast rap. Lots of lyrics about racial injustice. Some of these lyrics are just as relevant today as 30 years ago. It was a good day, and check yo self were the most notable tracks off this album
Really interesting 70s prog rock, mixed with medieval themes, and folk stories. Overall an interesting listen, very different from 80s Genesis lead by Phil Collins.
Old school country, slow crooner. Good bluesy basslines. Overall ok
Classic 80s hair band album. Pour some sugar on me, was the most notable song on the album. At least 5 hits, basically the sound of the 80s.
Rush is one of the best prog rock acts, 2112 is a classic example of their work. Geddy Lee's basslines are fantastic. Neal Peart was one of the best drummers to ever live. The way the guitar lines match the vocal melodies is impressive. Great album
Neil young is one of the greatest singer songwriters of a generation. This early 90s album may be 1 of the first grunge records recorded.
Classic rock, hard rock, possibly one of the first metal albums. Reminiscent of led zeppelin from the same time period. Overall enjoyable.
Thundercat's bass playing is innovative and melodic. Sometimes fast paced at other times slow and steady. Overall a great album
David Bowie, nothing else needs to be said. Great musician, classic album.
Great guitar work, bluesy and jazzy basslines on upright bass, great voice and lyrics. Nick Drake is a great singer songwriter
Great singing voice. Some funky grooves. Good example of R&B soul music.
Classic example of the New Wave/Post Punk genre.
This album is the quintessential example of 80s new wave music. Karma Chameleon was the most famous hit off this album.
It sounded like pre-grunge, punk at times. Guitars sounded out of tune, likely in purpose. There was a lot of screaming on some songs. I can hear a lot on this album that many bands may have been influenced by. I didn't particularly enjoy it
Punk sounding with late 90s political lyrics.
Interesting combination of new wave, punk, and reggae.
I've never heard this before, sometimes it sounded like the Beatles, sometimes Simon and garfunkel. Medieval sounding at times, definitely late 60s folk rock. Overall not bad.
Slow, quiet, background music. Every track sounded the same. "Singing" isn't very enjoyable. Basically poetry spoken over music.
Folk rock tunes. New music written for Woody Guthrie lyrics.
Scooby Snacks was the only recognizable track off this album. It sounds very dated, mid-90s, lots of drug references, rap and spoken word over some rock. It was ok.
Interesting mix of musical styles. I can't really place the genre. Human Nature was the only song I had heard previously. She has an interesting voice and singing style.
Typical 80s New Wave music.
Great acoustic. Singer songwriter album. Me and the major has an upbeat tempo. Lots of good tracks to listen to.
Classic grunge. Rooster, and Would are great tracks off this album.
Every aspect of this album is completely over the top. Orchestras combined with electric guitars, lyrics that tell stories. He belts out every song and doesn't hold back while singing. Most of the songs on this album were hits. Overall great album from the 70s
Something between punk and new wave. It's ok, nothing memorable
I expected to hear Disco, but it wasn't. It was definitely a pop album, but not over the top.
Sounds sort of new wave, reminds me of the B-52s
Every track is a classic. Beat it, Billie Jean, Thriller, Wanna be starting something, everything was great to listen to.
I've listed to thus countless times. Karma Police, Paranoid Android. Exit music for a film is one of my favorite tracks off the album. Classic all around
Great blues rock, money for nothing and the walk of life were hits off this album. Overall decent album
Kind of slow and boring, nothing really stands out a great.
Slow, reminiscent of psychedelic rock. Trying to be futuristic sounding I guess. Nothing really stood out as great. Many tracks sounded similar.
Sounds like the Beatles if they did more drugs. Very experimental rock, the last track is 12 minutes long with no discernable lyrics, but more listenable than Revolution 9. Overall there was some decent music, lyrically he was making some political and artistic statements.
Great album. I could listen to this over and over, Heart of Gold, Old Man, Needle and the Damage Done. So much feeling in every song, guitar work is great. Overall great album
Interesting, it is wild, as the title says. It's just fun late 50s music. I recognized Just a Gigalo, as a cover by David Lee Roth, the original might be better. Also Jump Jive and wail was covered in the 90s. Overall a fun album
Interesting mix of Electronica and metal. Johnny Cash did a cover of Hurt, that may have been better than this original version. Overall a good album.
Slow singer songwriter, all acoustic guitar, no real accompaniment to speak of. It was ok
Great album, classic folk rock. Lookin Out my back door, Run through the jungle, travelin band, who'll stop the rain, heard it through the grapevine, up around the bend, are all classic tracks off this album. I've heard these songs so many times, never tire of them
The cover of "smells like teen spirit" was interesting, other than that it was pretty slow and boring. Tori has a great voice, the singing was fantastic, but overall I didn't care for it
African jazz. Interesting, I can hear how this may have influenced other bands, bringing some of the style into their own music.
Electronica, good background music. Some of the lyrics were more explicit than expected. Overall a typical example of early 2000s edm
It was ok, nothing memorable on it.
Post new wave indie music. Very British oriented, some political lyrics concerning issues of the Era. I'm not sure if it's still relevant or not. It was ok, I don't see myself listening to it again.
Spoken word poem, the exact same poem set to music, montone singing (if you can call it singing). Overall I did not enjoy this
Like a prayer, express yourself and cherish were big hits at the time. Madonna was huge in the 80s, I've heard this album many times. Overall it wasn't bad, some songs still hold up as good pop music
Interesting punk/post-punk album. The bass lines are great, I did enjoy the cover of under the boardwalk. Overall it was a fun album to listen to
Overall great album, perfect example of mid-90s alternative/post-grunge rock. Tonight tonight, bullet with butterfly wings, 1979, zero, are all classic tracks off this double album. Songs range from loud, heavy rockers, to soft ballads with orchestras, nostalgic songs about better days, and songs about the angst of the present.
I've never listened to this whole album, I've heard a few of the song before, doll parts in particular. It sounded like Nirvana, if sung by a woman. It actually wasn't bad, I was surprised.
Overall a good album, classic 70s rock. Can't get enough, ready for love and the classic song Bad Company, of the album Bad Company, by the band Bad Company, were all hits.
Not what I was expecting when I saw Temptations, this was a funk album, not R&B doowop music. Overall it was pretty good, papa was a rolling stone was the only song I recognized.
Interesting kind of punk sounding, lust for life is the only song I recognized. It was ok playing in the background while doing something
This one brings me back. I listened to this one quite a few times, Wonderwall was on the radio constantly, champagne supernova and don't look back in anger also were in heavy rotation. A good album overall
Psychedelic indeed. It was about what I was expecting, I've never heard of this band before, it definitely had that 60s psychedelic sound, maybe it was one of the first, I'm not sure, it sounded very generic 60s to me, not impressive like a Jefferson Airplane, although I could see this as influencing the sounds of other more famous acts. Not very memorable to me.
It was ok. I've heard better Elvis Costello albums. Nothing really stood out to me as great. It was all pretty average.
Great live album. Unplugged, strips all the music down to its bare bones. Every song sounds raw, it's great. The cover of "the man who sold the world" is such a great performance.
Quite a few hits on this one, let's go crazy, when doves cry, and purple rain. Overall not a bad album.
Sounded like early grunge to me, distorted guitars, hard to understand lyrics. It wasn't loud and energetic though, more like slow and depressed. The description says shoegazing, I guess that could describe it. It wasn't bad, I might give it another listen.
Interesting to have two lead vocalists, alternating who sings on each song. It was loud, chaotic, vocals were bored and apathetic sounding. It was ok
It was interesting, I recognized the song "do you realize" I'm not sure where I heard it though, possibly a commercial. It sounded like a concept album, all the songs related to each other with the theme of fighting pink robots. Overall it was ok
Great jazz concert, great piano work. This is some real talent. I loved it, I can see why it is received so well after all these years. Would listen to again, many, many times.
Good Beatles album, not the best Beatles album. The title track is a classic. As well as can't buy me love, and I love her, and tell me why. Overall a great listen, perfect example of mid 60s brit-pop
Wow, I loved the beats, the jazz influences, piano, horns, and strings. This was a great rap album. I would listen to this again many times. His rapping ability is up with some of the best rappers around.
This was a great album, rocking blues. Hard to handle and she talks to angels were the best tracks. Everything else on the album was really good, tons of energy, great blues links. It reminded me of some great 70s acts, definitely taking influence from Led Zeppelin.
I didn't particularly like it, slow crooner, touching on twangy country. Nothing really memorable.
Good album. I like the beats, the use of samples from various jazz recordings. Can I Kick it, (sampling Lou Reed's Take a Walk on the Wild Side) was probably the beat track on the album.
It was interesting, a concept album by the kinks, I've never heard any of these songs before. Overall it wasn't bad.
It's the wall, what can I say about it. So many great sings, the soundtrack to a movie. Great concept album.
I enjoyed this album, although it's Fagen's debut solo album, it's not a big departure from Steely Dan musically. The difference is in the lyrical content, this is more upbeat. Best songs were I.G.Y. and New Frontiers.
Nina Simone is one of the best vocalists of all time. I've never heard any of the songs on this album previously, but they are all in her classic style. They're bluesy and jazzy, they tell of her struggles in life. Overall it was pretty good
Latin Jazz, entirely in Spanish. I liked the style, good singing voice. Overall decent album
Brilliant piece of music. Close to the Edge is an 18 minute long masterpiece, almost like a symphony with movements and changes, all variations on the main theme. And You and I is the same way, 10 minutes long, a symphony as well, the last track Siberian Khatru is the shortest song on the album, still clocking in at 8 minutes and great as well.
Great live album. The Who raw and uncut. The drums and bass really stand out. This sounds like the birth of hard rock, or punk music.
It was kind of slow, it wasn't bad. Not what I expected from the kinks.
Every song on the first side was a hit. Funeral for a friend is an epic masterpiece of music. The whole album is great overall, Saturday nights alright for fighting was the other hit off this album. It all flows together nicely. Great album
Block rocking beats was the only song I recognized, but the entire album was filled with similar drum and bass, edm tracks. Overall a good example of this genre from the early 2000s.
It was a bit slow. Interesting though, sort of psychedelic rock from the 60s. Not very memorable.
Classic country, lap steel, lots of twang. It's ok
Pretty good album, I've heard Arcade Fire before, but nothing off of this album. I'd give it a relisten
Good album. Hey hey my my, is the best track. A lot of other good songs as well. Some of it was live.
Good example of 70s funk. The title track is he most recognizable off the album. Overall decent album.
It was interesting, a good example of late 60s psychedelic music. Horns and strings were interesting. Nothing really stood out to me. Maybe it was influential to later artists work, so it sounds similar to many things that came after it.
Typical early rock and roll, late 50s, piano, horns, and singing. It was influential in its day, but doesn't really stand out to me.
Jam band type music. Similar to Grateful Dead. Very long instrumentals, guitar solos. It wasn't bad, some if it was recorded live.
Typical 60s pop. Nothing special, I think I recognized the title track Groovin'
Interesting, new wave type music, post punk. Lead vocals remind me of Grace Slick from early Jefferson Airplane albums. Overall Interesting mix of styles.
Not as good as "Whats going on". I guess an album about your divorce is helpful to yourself. But I found it quite boring. The only exception was "Funky Space Reincarnation" it was the funkiest track on the album
It's good, but "whats the story morning glory" is better. It was their first album, it was definitely different than the mid-90s grunge music.
It's a Christmas album, full of Christmas songs bu famous artists. There's not much to be said. Overall a decent Christmas compilation.
Good rap album. Beats are good, Jazz influences with horns and pianos. Early 90s rap that sounds like mid 90s, ahead of its time in style.
The guitar work was good, his voice was...interesting, I didn't particularly care for the album
Overall it was enjoyable, nothing spectacular. It reminded me of early Coldplay. Which, after seeing when it was released makes sense. If this received radio play in the US at the time, it might have been popular.
This was a good concept album, I liked the long instrumental jams. The bass was very melodic, the drums had some very complex beats. The last album with Peter Gabriel, it was one to go out on. This is the epitome of progressive rock from the 70s
Opens with break on through, also has light my fire, and closes with the end. This album basically is the 60's. The organ, Morrison's voice, everything about it is great
It was ok, kind of boring. Nothing really stood out to me
I don't really know how to classify this music, new wave probably best describes it, but it's not upbeat pop new wave. Slow, driving, the singers voice reminds me of talking heads.
This was a great album. J5 has excellent flow while rapping, rhymes are great. The beats are unique and interesting. The jazz, and reggae influences in the background is great as well.
Great signing voice, jazzy basslines, good beats. Typical mid 90s R&B. It was pretty good
Some early 90s alternative rock. It wasn't bad sounded a bit like Oasis.
This was an excellent album. Funky, topical, classic songs, songs I've never heard. Just overall a great listen. Sir Duke is one of the best songs, Isn't she lovely is another classic, I wish I'd funky and is a great song. Pastime paradise was sampled for rap in the 90s. This was a great album overall
Interesting early electronic music. I can hear how this influenced a lot of other electronic music, especially Daft Punk. This was probably groundbreaking when first released but sounds pretty average by today's standards.
It was interesting, very artsy. It wasn't bad, not really my style.
This was a great album, I've listened to it many times. So many good tracks, Babylon, please forgive me, sail away, and last year's love to name a few.
Just a classic album. Smells like team spirit, in bloom, polly, come as you are, lithium, and I'm on a plain, just wow. Changed music, defined grunge.
Solid reggae album.
I've never previously heard anything from this album. It was definitely a departure from their early work, song about surfing and cars. Student demonstration time was the surprise song on the album. I don't remember them being overtly political in previous songs. This album was pretty good overall.
Joni has a great voice, and excellent song writing. Overall decent album
Great album, everything was great, not a bad track on the whole album. Purple haze, foxy lady, third stone from the sun, red house, just all great classic songs
Interesting album. The cover of Helter Skelter was the highlight. Lots of punk influences. It wasn't bad
Very funky, Stevie Wonder vibes on a few songs. The didgeridoo was a surprise instrument on a few tracks. Overall, funky, danceable music
Classic album, like a rolling stone is probably Dylan's most famous song. Ballad of a thin man is an interesting listen. Overall classic folk rock from one of the all time greats
Another great album from Yes. I've seem all good people is probably their beat known and most popular song from this time period. But every song on this album is prog rock at its finest. Starship trooper, perpetual change, and yours is no disgrace are great songs. The clap shows off Steve Howe's guitar skills. Great album overall.
I've never heard any songs off this album previously. Overall it was a good folk rock album.
Great album, tangled up in blue, idiot wind, meet me in the morning, are all classic tracks. Great songwriting from Dylan as usual, every song tells a story.
Perfect representation of 60s psychedelic rock. Distorted guitars, heavy bass, booming drums, and of course the organ. The highlight of the album is the epic14 minute long title track. Overall a good album
Interesting mix of electronic music with vocals. The song I recognized was "north American scum", that was definitely played a lot when this album came out. I think the hidden gem was "new York I love you, but you're bringing me down", it was a good ending to the album
For an EDM/house music album it was decent. I heard samples from many songs I recognized but couldn't quite place as the samples were so short and combined with others. It was an interesting approach, rather than sample whole beats or melodies. The best song on the album was D.A.N.C.E.
Good album, I like the driving bass lines, it was an interesting mix of styles. Take me out was a big hit off this album.
It was interesting, early electronic ambient music. Sound and vision was the best track. I can hear many later works in this album, and it was definitely an influence on other artists.
So much funk. Loved it, great album, the definition of funk.
Parts were Happy, other parts were sad, the album is aptly titled. Overall a good singer songwriter album.
The themes in this album still ring true today. Fight the power is the best track off the album, probably Public Enemy's most well known song. Overall the entire album is political, angry, and illustrated struggles that are ongoing in society.
Great orchestration, the whole album has a strong bossa nova feel. The girl from Ipanema has been covered by countless artists, Sinatra does a great job on this one. Overall very lounge singer, a bit slow. I enjoyed the Latin flavor though
As an example of classical Indian music, this album is great. It's nice to listen to, the sitar is played well, the flutes and the tabla make everything come together. Listening to this I can hear why the Beatles were so enamored with Indian music.
Great album, I love how the instrumental Singing winds crying beasts runs right into Black Magic Woman. Oye Como Va is another classic track off this album. The Latin rhythms and Spanish lyrics really take you to another place. Great album
Interesting mix of post-punk and new wave elements. Lots of driving bass lines, not much singing, a lot of speaking rhythmically similar to talking heads.
It sounded a lot like Ween. It wasn't bad, slow at parts, weird electronic music in other parts.
Bluest, jazzy, it's got piano, strings, and horns, and most importantly Ray Charles. Great singer, this album shows the genius of Ray Charles.
Standard 60s pop, no songs about surfing and cars like old Beach Boys albums. Help me Rhonda is probably the most recognizable track. Some of the subject matter was deeper than usual Beach Boys songs "when I grow up to be a man" has some interesting thoughts about aging and the future. Overall a decent album
I've never heard of Little Simz, or heard any of her songs previously. She's a very talented rapper, very fast rhymes, no mumbling the lyrics as some rappers do nowadays. Overall this was a good rap album
Interesting, sort of post-punk rock. Good melodies, some of the bass lines were excellent. I enjoyed the last track the most, some of the middle songs were decent as well. Overall it wasn't bad
Voice reminded me of James Taylor, song style reminded me of Neil Young. A bit country, a bit folk rock, it wasn't bad overall. It wasn't very memorable. The cover of "stand by me" was a surprise, but the original was better.
Reminiscent of Ella's Fitzgerald and Etta James. Jazz trio with a singer. Her vocals are fantastic. It's a bunch of jazz standards in a live setting. Some interesting ad libs when she sings about how Ella sings the song, and how she'll try her best. Sometimes sings about how she doesn't know the words, it's amusing at times. Overall she's a great singer with a good backing band, good album
The covers of "jumping jack flash" and "light my fire" were interesting. An entire instrumental, except for the final track, album that combines traditional Indian sitar with western rock. A compelling concept if done correctly. This one doesn't quite hit the mark. I found it good for background music
90s grunge sounded similar to Hole. Overall it was decent, nothing really stood out as spectacular.
Wow. Every track is a classic. Jimi at his greatest, Little Wing, Spanish Castle Magic, Castles made of sand, wait until tomorrow, and the title track Bold as Love. Just great 60s rock.
Good example of late 90s acoustic indie rock. Writing just to reach you, and why does it always rain on me were the twonhitboff this album. Melodic, soulful lyrics, with acoustic guitar, overall a good album
Lots of blues based guitar riffs, a good representation of classic 70s rock. Alice Cooper was definitely into shock factor in his live shows, this is pretty tame by today's standards. "No more mr nice guy" was the best track of the album.
Some very long tracks on this album. Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic was the most interesting track, very funky, with lots of large neuroscience words. Walk on by was also a good song, an interesting take on a classic song. Overall it was funky soul. Nothing like the Shaft theme song that I was expecting to hear
70s punk, like the Ramones, but not as fast. It was pretty good.
This album brings back memories. I wore it out when I was younger. As soon as the voice-over said "Ahh it's time to relax..." I started to recite every word. Self-esteem, and come out and play were in heavy rotation, but the whole album just rocks. The mid 90s heavy punk style, loud guitars, drums and bass are great. Overall great album
Basically a collection of cover songs with a few originals sprinkled in. The originals were not that great, the covers were performed much better by different acts. Overall it was forgettable.
It's interesting to listen too musically. Lots of instrumentation, strings on almost every song. Her voice is very distinct through all of it. It's not something I would listen to on a normal basis. It's experimental, and strange, I'm not really sure what to think about it.
Innovative use of sampling, never expected to here Johnny Cash in Beastie Boys album. Many of the lyrics I've heard repeated by other artists. This album was influential on a variety of hip hop and rock artists. It seems dated to listen to it now, but at its time was groundbreaking.
Great voice and tone, classic 60s rock style. I've never heard of this artist or any of his songs, I'm surprised he's not more famous. I can hear the influences on other acts. Overall a good album
Pretty decent british post-punk. Indicative of the genre overall.
The epitome of big band music. Great jazzy horns, walking basslines and drums.
Respect is a soul classic, the title track was a great song as well, jazzy, soulful, just overall great. I will say that her version of "a change is gonna come" is one of the best I've ever heard. Aretha was one of the best there ever was.
Classic 70s southern rock, "gimme three steps", "Tuesdays gone", "simple man", and "free bird" are all classic tracks. Bluesy rock and roll, the whole album is great.
Slow and boring
I remember Criminal, Sleep to Dream, and Shadowboxing playing on the radio when this album was released, at the time I wasn't interacting in them. Listening to this alb now I can see why she was so well regarded at the time. The jazzy accompaniment, her vocals are outstanding, and the lyrics come from a genuine place. The whole album is great
A good representation of country folk
Just wow. This was quintessential blues, at its best. Muddy Waters is a legend. This was so great to listen to.
Great live album, many of Bob Dylan's hits. Overall a good representation of his musical abilities.
I've known Jeff Beck to be one of the greatest guitarist in history, I was very surprised to hear Rod Stewart singing on this album, and then discovered that Ronnie Wood was also playing guitar on this album. This is a super group before everyone became even more famous. The blues riffs on this album are superb, and the Greensleeves rendition wa very unexpected, overall a solid blues album
It's Otis Redding, what can you say. So many great songs on this album, Respect, Change is gonna come, Down in the Valley, My Girl, Wonderful World, and Satisfaction. The rest of the album is great as well, overall a solid soul album sung by one of the greatest voices in history
I can't define what this is. It has jazz, rap, and new wave. They can't decide what to be, it's not bad, just all over the place.
Nothing on this stood out as a great song, I only recognized the title track, and everything else was mediocre at best. Rumors is a far superior album, this as a follow-up is meh
Great album, Sledgehammer, Don't Give Up, Big Time, and of course In Your Eyes, we're all huge hits. Songs that are still good today
It was alright, I think it gets lost in the mix of late 90s alternative, nothing really stood out to me
High energy, electronic music. It was alright, everything kind of blended together to me, their other album on this list is better.
Great album, classic folk, classic songs. Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Cecilia, The Boxer, and Bye Bye Love, all great hits
I liked this, punk, indie sort of pre-grunge. Gigantic, and Where is My Mind are good tracks off this album. I had read that Kurt Cobain was heavily influenced by the Pixies, I can hear it in a lot of the guitar, and some of the way the vocals are sung. Basically without this, Nirvana wouldn't sound the same
I couldn't listen to this, I tried to be objective, but this is just noise. I did not like it at all
This was great, indie, pop, folk, rock whatever category you want to put it in, it was an enjoyable listen. I particularly liked "The State I'm In" and "She's Losing It". The Pachabel Canon in D that comes through in "We Rule the School" was also interesting. Overall a good album
This was a good folk album, Joni has excellent vocal range, great singing talent. River, and A Case of You were the highlights on this album. Overall a good listen
Great album, her rapping is great, her singing is great. The album starts with a teacher taking attendance, she's absent from class, the skits throughout tell a story, then a song follows about it, it's a novel concept. This album was everywhere when it came out, I don't know how many times I've listened to it all the way through. It's a great album
A decent album. It was a combination of yacht rock and some slightly heavier rock tracks. It was very long, I recognized the song Hello its Me. Other than that, I'd never heard anything off this album before. There are lots of parts where it's just talking in the studio, like a live uncut show, it was kind of interesting. Overall it was ok
It's the clash, it's punk. I've never heard anything off this album before, but it has everything you would expect from a classic punk record. Raw instrument, raw vocals, loud. Excellent representation of the genre
Great album, classic grunge, Soundgarden was one of the best grunge acts. Chris Cornell's vocals are unmatched, he can just belt out songs no problem. Black Hole Sun was a huge hit, but Spoonman, with its odd time, Limo wreck, Kickstand, fell on dark day were all great songs
Sounded like garage band punk. Less singing more yelling lyrics. Lots of swearing. Overall loud, not the worst thing I've ever heard but I'm notbsure I'd recommend it to anyone
I used to listen to this all the time. At the time I didn't really think too much about how homophobic, misogynistic, and violent it was. Listening to it 20 years later, this really wouldn't be the hit that it was. A lot of the themes in this are Eminem coming to terms with the fame he achieved from his first album, not understanding how the things he says have an impact on others. But then he doubles down, says it's all a persona, he's only saying these things to sell records, will the real slim shady please stand up?
Very typical mid 80s new wave pop synth music. Nothing on this stood out to me as ground breaking or amazing.
Adele has a great voice as usual, vocals are unmatched. Overall the songs were variations on a theme, lots of similar sounds, Hello was a huge hit when it came out, a decent album
Classic country western music, from a classic country western star. This is what comes to mind when I think of country
Pure funk. The first song I recognized as being sampled in the 90s, and Le Freak was the major hit off this album. Everything else was classic Disco and funk. This influenced so many other musicians, definitely a classic album
Interesting album, I don't know if any other band has a sound similar to Supertramp. Bloody well right and Dreamer were two big hits off this album. Overall I thought it was pretty good, a mix of prog, jazz, and a heavy dose of the 70s
Strange mix of punk, new wave, and hair metal. Some call backs to early rock and roll mixed in. Overall a confusing mix of styles with nothing that really stood out to me.
Interesting electronic album, lots of samples, interesting beats, something you can just sit back and chill to. Definitely took inspiration from Daft Punk and the Chemical Brothers. Overall not a bad listen
Bowie was always good at changing musical styles as times changed. This is an interesting mix of electronic, jazz, rock, and pop. It's the last words of a dying man, in that context, the themes make more sense. Overall a good album
Take it easy, witchy woman, and peaceful easy feeling, we're great songs. I've never heard anything else off this album, I guess "tryin" was the best of the other tracks. Overall decent
This album can only be described as raw. Just guitar and drums, nothing else. It is both expansive and minimalist. Jack's guitar work is conventional and experimental sometimes in the same song. This album perfectly encapsulates the white stripes. Overall great album from start to finish
Great album that epitomizes the post-punk, new wave genre. Psycho Killer is such a great song, with a driving bass line. Overall a great album
Interesting new wave album, I liked the first few songs better than the second half. A mix of the cure, talking heads. It was all right
This was a great album. So many hits and overall good songs. Dreams, Don't Stop, Go Your Own Way, The Chain, Gold Dust Woman, and my personal favorite off this album Never Going Back Again, with some of the best acoustic guitar work I've heard
It was an alright album, I didn't recognize any of the songs other than the cover of Bob Dylan's My Back Pages. Basically a typical 60s folk album
Interesting early electronic music. I can hear some influences on later act like daft punk. It would probably be classified as ambient music now, kind of slow, not really danceable. Overall not bad to listen to
Nope. Bawitaba over and over, rapping with loud guitars, I am the bull God? I don't even know where to start, his rapping is mediocre at best. He wasn't the first to do rap rock, Rage Against the Machine at least had something to say in their music. The only track that is slightly redeemable is cowboy.
Interesting indie/although rock from the early 2000s. Sort of punk, the lead singer has a good voice for the genre. I've heard Maps before, I thought it was an alright song. There were better songs on the album though nothing really stood out, it all kind of blended together. Overall a decent album.
I would describe this as proto-grunge with new wave influences. It's heavy at times, melodic at other times. I didn't know what to expect as I had never heard any of these songs before but overall it was good, interesting to listen to. I can hear how this band influenced bands that came after it. A good example of history and musical evolution
It was ok, beats were interesting, overall just not something I'd listen to again
I've never listened to a Kanye album before, the only song I recognized was "through the wire" it was ok as an album overall. Beats were good rapping was decent, all the guest appearances were better than anything Kanye rapped. So overall meh, not going to give another listen
It wasn't bad, vocally she reminded me of Sheryl Crow. It was country/folk, nothing really stood out to me that would put it on this list. I didn't mind listening to it, but it would probably be on in the background.
Every track sounded the same. Morrisey's vocals sounded the same throughout the entire album. The only song that stood out to me was "unhappy birthday" but overall the whole thing was kind of boring and pretentious.
When I saw David Byrne and Brian Eno I knew this was going to be a strange trippy album. There was definitely a Talking Heads vibe on some of the tracks, others were way out there experimental electronic music. The album was ahead of its time, I can hear how it influenced many acts to come. I could sew how this album had an impact on future music. Overall it wasn't bad, just wierd music
That would have been a fun concert to attend, every song was a classic rockabilly song. I had to look up who the original artists were for most of these, they were covered by the Beatles, Elvis, and Hank Williams. Overall a great example of early rock and roll
Obviously the title track is a classic, still imitated till this day, never as good as the original. The entire album is the embodiment of classic R&B soul music, his vocals, instrumentation, everything about this album had so many impacts on future music. Classic
Cult of personality was a huge hit when it came out, and it is still holds up. The rest of the album is a great combination of funk and metal. A lot of it sounds dated now but it is quintessential late 80s early 90s sound. This album definitely influenced future acts. Overall a God album
One of the best examples of 80s hair metal out there. Photograph, Rock of Ages, and Foolin' were big hits off this album. It definelty sounds dated listening to it now, but at the time it was huge. It was ok
I've never heard any of these songs before, this was a really good album. Enjoyed the entire thing. The title track Marquee Moon was my favorite song of the album
Loud, sometimes punk sounding, sometimes grunge sounding. It wasn't bad, I enjoyed it.
Great album, favorite track was Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard. It still had some folk Simon and Garfunkel sounds, but there was some reggae influenced Paul Simon solo sound in there as well. Overall great album
It's Elvis singing bluesy rock ballads. I only recognized Fever, although I've heard it done by other artists before. Overall it was pretty standard, it didn't have any of his rockabilly hits like Hound Dog or Jailhouse Rock, just slow blues ballads. It was ok
"You are the sunshine of my life" and "superstitious" were the biggest hits off this album. The lyrics in "big brother" are still somewhat relevant as well. Great album overall, definitely classic Stevie Wonder
This was great, I could listen to it all day. Allman Brothers at their finest.
This album showcases James Brown's live performances. People have tried to match his energy and showmanship for years. That being said, I don't recognize any of these songs, this is not a greatest hits show, this is early in his career. It was good.
Every song is a classic. The whole album just rocks. More Than a Feeling, classic. Foreplay/Longtime has probably one of the greatest intros ever, the way the songs flow together seamlessly is just wow. Rock and Roll Band, and Smokin' also classic songs. Every song was a recognizable staple of classic rock. Excellent album
Quite a few hits off this album, Bad, The Way You Make Me Feel, Man in the Mirror, Smooth Criminal, and Leave Me Alone. Some songs were really bad, Speed Demon, and Liberian Girl. So it's a mixed bag with some huge hits and some filler. Hard to follow up Thriller, but it was a decent effort
Very 80s synth pop. I recognized "What have I done to deserve this", other than that these songs are new to me. The first track had an unmistakable nod to Crazy Train in the synth line, or at least that's what I heard. "It's a Sin" isn't very subtle in its context, but in the 80s it may have been very controversial. Overall it has a very 80s sound, if you like that. I could take it or leave it
I've heard a few tracks of this album before, Thought at Work, The Seed, and Break You Off. All three of these songs sound like what I would expect from the Roots, great hip hop. The rest of the album goes into wildly different directions, from punk to electronic, definitely not what I expected, but it somehow all works.
Great album, The Beatles really evolved from their "boy band" fab four roots. Taxman, the first time they sang anything political. Eleanor Rigby, great song, a departure from earlier work. I'm only sleeping, another great song, showing off their skills. The experimental sitar songs Love You Too, and Tomorrow Never Knows. I doubt anyone had put sitar in a western album before this. Good Day Sunshine, Got to get you into my life, great songs. Overall excellent album
It was alright, very over the top sounding. It wasn't very memorable, I've heard a few Arcade Fire songs prior to listening to this album, they were better than this. Maybe they got better over time?
I've heard many of these songs before. Whether they were sung by Dusty or a different act I couldn't say. Basically an album of cover songs, but she can definitely sing, so points for that. It was well done, definitely sounds like the 60s. Overall it wasn't bad
Absolutely brilliant, a masterpiece. Especially as a follow-up to Dark Side of the Moon. Shine on you crazy diamond bookends the album, the long introduction until those haunting guitar notes come in is just so great to listen to. Welcome to the Machine follows this, a hopeless song about the drudgery of life. Have a Cigar sounds upbeat, but expresses the band's frustration with the record industry, also shown on the cover art where two people are making a deal, and one is clearly getting burned. The title track, Wish You were Here is another great song, this and Shine on you crazy diamond combine as a tribute to their former band member Syd Barrett. Overall, a great album, everything flows together, the gold standard of what a concept album should be.
Interesting mix of genres, rap,reggae, and edm, overall it all sounded the same throughout. Not sure why it's on the list, maybe it was groundbreaking at the time? It was ok.
Great album, too bad this is the only one he made. His singing is incredible. The title track Grace is a great song. Last Goodbye, great guitars, great singing. His cover of Hallelujah was superior to the original, in my opinion is the definitive version of the song. Lover you should have come over is just brilliant, great song. Eternal Life surprised me, much more grunge than the rest of the tracks. Overall a great mix of music, excellent album.
His rapping is very good, fast rhymes while also enunciating the words so you can actually understand what he's saying takes skill. The beats are good, great production that you would expect from Dr. Dre. Guest appearances from JayZ and Pharrell also added to the albums. Lyrically, I'm not a fan of his objectifaction of women and descriptions of violence against them, but this album was a retrospective of his early life, talking about what he saw, and was taught. In that aspect it's an interesting piece of work, overall a decent album
I remember this album in heavy rotation when I was younger. It had a raw garage sound while being polished at the same time. Soma, Someday, and Last Night are among the best tracks. Overall a great album from the early 2000s.
This was a good Doors album, not the best Doors album. The opening track Roadhouse Blues sets the tone, this is going to be a blues rock album. The first track is probably the best off this album. Peace Frog is another notable track. The album end with Maggie McGill, much the way it started as a bluesy rock song. Overall a goof album
Interesting mix of genres, pop,punk, grunge, new wave. I heard a bit of everything in there. I really disliked the vocals, and many of the songs sounded similar. I've never heardnany of there work before, so I didn't know what to expect. I can definitely hear hownthey influenced future acts. Since this was their last album before breaking up, we'll never know what could have been.
Definitely a good example of Bossa Nova, and Brazilian jazz. Her singing voice is very good. It would be good background music at a dinner party. The song "I had the craziest dream" sounded very similar to the Wii menu music. I'm sure that took inspiration from it. The song "Parade" was strange, she just kept listing off holidays and saying parade. One song had a child singing, which was also odd. Overall not a bad album, but nothing I'd consider groundbreaking
Interesting african/world music entry. I liked the drums, and horns. Not quite reggae but I could definitely hear this music having an influence on reggae. Not something I would typically listen too, but it's not bad
Electronic, ambient, trip hop, I'm not sure what to define this as, a mix of a few genres. It wasn't bad. The songs sounded similar, overall it was a decent album
Typical pop country, more pop than country. It wasn't a bad album, I'm just not sure why it's included on the list. It's not particularly groundbreaking, nothing really stood out as great.
Great follow up to Nevermind. It's a shame will never know where this band would have gone. This album doesn't fall into the trap of trying to replicate past success. They continued on into the punk/heavy genre for most of the songs. This album definitely influenced future grunge acts, and rock acts to come
This album was brilliant. Miles' trumpet playing along with the rest of the band, the way all the instruments interact to create these massive soundscapes that are dreamy and exotic. It's some of the best music ever made.
I've never heard of this band before, or any of the songs on this album. After listening to it, I understand why. It was not good. I don't know what this music is trying to be, it's like slow orchestral music, or jazz, with singing that is at times low and gravely or falsetto. Sometimes it's similar to spoken word. I don't get it, I didn't like it
I recognized the band name from the last track on the Sublime album 40 oz to Freedom, called Thanx, basically a list of people and bands they want to thank. Listening to this album, I can hear how this band influenced Sublime with some of the more punk tracks. This album is all over the place with genres, country, punk, early grunge, basically anything they wanted to play, also similar to Sublimes music. I can definitely hear how this influenced Nirvana, two of the tracks, Plateau and Lake of Fire, were covered on the Nirvana live from NY album.
This sounded like 70s classic rock to me, or pre-yacht-rock. It definitely didn't sound like an album made in 1993. It wasn't bad, nothing really stood out to me. Sunflower was a good song, as well as the title track wild wood. Overall it was ok
This was great. Acoustic singer songwriter, great lyrics. I had only previously heard the Pink Moon album, loved Nick Drake's voice and songs. It's crazy to thing that I first heard his music in a Volkswagen commercial. But this album was great, Pink Moon was better, but this is still top shelf.
I've only previously heard "Take On Me", which is still a great song after all these years. One of the best synth lines ever made. The rest of the album is standard 80s new wave fare. One of the songs, the singer had a very close approximation to David Bowie's voice and style. Overall not a bad album
Dancing Queen, and Fernando were huge hits off this album. Typical 70s Disco pop music, that was very popular at the time. It seems Money Money Money has also been revied recently due to tik tok. Overall it wasn't a bad album, just not my type of music
I really liked this album. I'd previously heard Blister in the Sun, and Add it Up. This album could be described as acoustic punk, if that's a genre. It has a very raw garage band sound. It's fun to listen too. I was surprised it was released in 1983 because it sounds like early to mid 90s grunge/indy music. Ahead of its time. Very good album.
I'm not sure what to say about this album. It's interesting, melodic, kind of electronic rock. It's not kraftwerk electronic music. It's like early new wave I guess. It wasn't bad, just kind of forgettable
Tom Waits' voice is grating at the best of times, sounding like someone who has smoked a pack a day since birth, and chooses to gargle broken glass and barbed wire. At points on this album, it sounds like a drunken lunatic screaming into the night. Many songs on this album are just strange, like Halloween music, the use of marimba, and the electric guitar stabs combined with staccato notes makes for creepy, yet comical at the same time, music that could be the soundtrack to the Munsters. Other songs sound like a New Orleans Mardi Gras celebration, or one of their famous Jazz Funerals. The one song I recognized was "Downtown Train" I thought he was doing an awful cover of the Rod Stewart hit, but apparently I was mistaken and this is a case of a cover being far superior to the original. I did not enjoy this, I'm not sure who would voluntarily listen to this album.
Ambient electronic music. It was ok background music, nothing stood out to me. A bit boring. I don't know why this is on the list of 1000 albums. It wasn't bad, just ok
This album was huge when I was younger. Everyone had it. "Juicy", "Big Poppa" and "One More Chance" were big singles. Overall, great beats, Biggy was one of the best rappers there's ever been. As for the lyrics, they haven't aged well. Gangsta rap has fallen put of favor. Much of this album is gang violence and drug dealing, as well as the misogyny throughout many of the songs. The track "who shot ya" may have been about Tupac Shakur, and could have ultimately lead to Biggy's murder. Also none of the skits are necessary, and are really explicit. As a rap album, none match this but the content doesn't hold up.
The only song I previously heard by UB40 was "Red Red Wine", which is not on this album. This album was pretty decent reggae, many instrumental songs, as well as an interesting cover of "Strange Fruit". Overall pretty good
I don't know how to describe this album, it's says punk but I wouldn't call it that. "Redondo Beach" has a significant reggae influence. The opener, "Gloria" set the tone for this album, it was different, unexpected. Free Money, and Kimberly were also good tracks. Overall it was good, not what I expected
Really good blues rock album. Sultans of Swing still holds uo to this day. The rest of the album is driven by Mark Knopfler's excellent guitar work. Blues riffs, walking bass lines, guitar solos, this album has everything. Other than Sultans of Swing, I'd never heard any previous tracks. They were great. Great album, definitely deserves to be on the list
As far as Taylor aswifr albums go, this wasn't that bad. It's definitely a departure from her previous country and pop albums. This is more singer songwriter folk oriented. Guest appearances from the National and Bon Iver were surprising. I'm not sure why this is on the list though, it's 3 years old at the point I'm listening to it, there hasn't been any time to see its impact on music as a whole, it wasn't ground breaking in any way. Overall it was a solid album, nothing particularly stood out though.
This album definitely had an early 2000s sound to it, garage band, not too heavy. The only song I recognized was Molly's Chambers. I haven't heard any other songs off this album previously. They all kind of blended together. Nothing really stood out as great, must listen too rock. I've heard other Kings of Leon albums that were better than this. It wasn't bad, just not anything spectrum that would put it on a list of 1001 albums.
Interesting idea for a concept album around an old song. I think he gets the story across well. O like that this sounds more like 50s country than 70s country, a nice throwback to country roots. Willie has a great voice, and that really makes these songs stand out. It was a good album overall.
Excellent album. Radiohead has a way of evolving on each album. Favorite tracks are Bodysnatchers, Nude, Weird Fishes, and Jigsaw Fallin into Place. Some of their best work.
Interesting album, I've heard track off this but never the album in its entirety. The opening track Bookends left me very confused, I didn't think I was listening to the right album, it sounded much more modern, the sounds were not what I expected of a Simon and Garfunkel song. America is a classic song. Voices of Old People was strange, it is exactly as the title suggests, but this is a concept album, so experimentation is expected. Faking It, Mrs Robinson, and Hazy Shade of Winter are also great songs.
This album was interesting, the guitar work is very experimental, I didn't realize I was hearing guitar at some points. I guess the guitarist was trying to push the limits of the instrument. Lyrically, I didn't understand what was being said most of the time, although whatever was being said was repeated A LOT. I can hear how this album may have influenced later acts, I definitely thought I was listening to Smashing Pumpkins at a few points. It wasn't bad, I could definitely just put this on in the background. Overall it was just ok
An album with a retro 60s motown sounds made in 2006. She had a great voice, lyrically autobiographical, about her struggles with drugs that ultimately ended her life. Sadly we'll never know what she would have done. I enjoyed the modern take on a 60s sound, overall it was a good album. Standout tracks Rehab, Me & Mr. Jones, Back to Black, Tears Dry in Their Own, and Addicted
I was listening to this while working. It does exactly what it intended to do, blend into the background. The first song is 17 minutes longs mostly consisting of 2 sparse piano phrases looped over and over. This belongs as the end credits to a movie, or the selection menu of a video or DVD. I get that it was the first of its genre, and inspired all ambient music to come, but it just fades into the background. Which I guess, is it's point.
This album is great. Steely Dan gathered the best studio musicians to create a masterpiece. Peg was the standout track on this for me. But every song was great, Black Cow, Deacon Blues, Josie, and the title track Aja, all great.
Not sure what to say about this album. I'd never previously heard of this band, or listened to any of the songs. I would say indie/pop/new wave describes this. Nothing really stood out, I didn't hear anything innovative or ground breaking, it was pretty generic. Overall, it was ok, but nothing I'd recommend or listen to again. Basically forgettable
There's at least 4 hits on this album, Welcome to the Jungle, Paradise City, Mr. Brownstone, and Sweet Child O' Mine. That right there is pretty impressive. This album was huge, I remember it being played constantly at the time. It seemed to bring metal more mainstream at the time. Huge hit for a debut album, overall it's still pretty good
Great beats, loved the samples interspersed into the hip hop. His style of rapping is iconic, you can immediately identify his voice and flow. This album was very big when it came out, Izzo, Girls Girls Girls, and Renegade with guest vocals by Eminem were the big hits. At the time, Jay-Z was churning out albums, but overall a decent album
Her voice is superb. I could listen to her sing all day. Come Away with Me and Don't Know Why were huge hits at the time. This album was always playing when it came out. The bluesy jazzy tone on these songs is just great. She's a great singer, great artist. This album still holds up.
Shining Star is a great track, I've never previously heard anything else off this album. Funky, jazzy, 70s soul would best describe this. Earth Wind and Fire were some of the best funk artists of their day, this album has some great funky tunes. Overall pretty good
I really liked this, great acoustic guitar singer songwriter album. His fingerpicking guitar work is great. His singing at times reminded me of James Taylor. The musical style was similar to Nick Drake and Alexi Murdoch. I can hear how this could have influenced these artists. I've never previously heard of this artist or any of his songs. This album was a real surprise
Interesting new wave album. It sounded a lot like Talking Heads. I can hear how this may have influenced future acts as this album was very early in the genre. Overall it was a decent album
Great album, almost every song on here is perfect. I haven't listened to this album in a while and forgot how good it actually was. Yellow and Trouble were radio hits, but the opening song Don't Panic is great, followed by Shiver, probably one of the best Coldplay songs, and then Spies, another great one. It's just a great album overall, one of my personal favorites
This album was really cool. Tarkus is an epic track, 20 minutes long with 7 parts, great keyboard work, it's very interesting with jazz and classical influences mixed with rock. Overall this was a really good prog rock album
Cyndi Lauper is an 80s pop icon. Girls Just Want to Have Fun, and Time After Time were huge hits. This album is the epitome of mid 80s pop music. Cyndi has a great, unique voice, very strong vocals, excellent synth lines and drum beats. Very good album
I couldn't get through listening to this. His voice is awful, and the music itself was uninteresting. I didn't like it at all
Lots of energy, I liked the horns, and the Ska style. Enjoy yourself was a good track. Overall a pretty good album
Drum and Bass, EDM, or club music. Vocals have a reverb effect on them to make it sounds airy. She has a great voice. But the songs all sounded very similar, I could hardly differentiate them from one another. The melodies were all similar. The only song I had ever heard from this group was "Missing". Which is interesting since it was missing from this album, being on the previous one. I guess they had so much success with the club remix of that song, they decided to put out an entire album that sounded exactly like it.
Nope, nope, nope. This kind of stretches the definition of music. Someone running a jackhammer and banging on trash cans while yelling in German is too experimental for my tastes. This is noise
Definitely a departure from other White Stripes albums, a lot of piano rather than guitar. Blue Orchid and My Doorbell were good songs off this album. I liked Elephant and White Blood Cells better than this album.
Brazilian Bossa Nova, this album is probably the standard all other Bossa Nova albums are judged by. This version of The Girl From Ipanema is the one everyone recognizes and remembers as THE version of the song. Overall it was a nice jazzy album to listen to.
Interesting album, kind of ambient music, some tracks reminded me of Radiohead. Overall not bad
Great album. Dave Grohl post-Nirvana wrote every song and played every instrument on this album, great talent. Big Me was a commercial success of this album, although I prefer other songs on this album. It's not much of a departure from Nirvana, but this album solidified Grohl's legacy in the history of grunge music
It was interesting, very melodic, quiet, thinking music. It reminded me a lot of Vampire Weekend, but not as good. It was ok, I don't think I'll be recommending it to anyone
Not a bad album, I'd only previously heard "I'm only happy when it rains", "queer", and "stupid girl". They had significant radio play at the time this album was released. I didn't particularly like them at the time, hearing them now, almost 30 years later, they're ok songs. The rest of the album was along the same vein, some synth, industrial, mixed with grunge. It was alright