That Thing, Everything is Everything, To Zion and Ex-Factor are my favorite tracks off this amazing album. Very Iconic. She needs to be celebrated.
I love the blues and I've never given the Allman Brothers much of a listen beyond the standards. Sweet Melissa being my favorite. This Album was good, It would have been great to see them live but man, jam sessions are exhausting.
I appreciate Bob Dylan as an artist but his style has never really connected me. As an artist I appreciate what he was doing but to me it felt like he was trying to not try. If I was living in NYC in 1960 my perception would be different.
Such a great album, Very underappreciated in my early years, and REM's Out of Time is what catapulted me into music. Early on I really like what was on the radio, when I heard the album for the first time I would skip to the songs I liked. Glad I get to listen to it with new ears.
Just incredible, so many iconic songs.
Really interesting. I've been listening to a lot of meditation tracks on Spotify and this pushed a lot of those buttons. The electric guitar threw me off but I enjoyed this listen.
I was clearly not listening to the right radio stations in '92. I didn't hear about PJ Harvey until down by the water came out. These song were good, a mix between pop and punk, she is finding her place. Rid of Me is the first full album I listened to and loved from her, followed by To Bring you my Love.
Gang of Four is right up my alley....This is my Saturday get shit done around the house type of music. I was only 4 when this album came out and so I really missed this wave for the most part. at that time if it wasn't on MTV I didn't hear it. There were glimpses and whispers. Now in my late 40's I get it.
What an enjoyable listen, I knew of their song Lucky man but had never given them a listen. I feel like we should be playing D &D and slaying dragons.... +1 intellect and +1 Stamina for listening to the whole thing.
Not exactly my forte, Its somewhere between Ween and Pavement. Kind of chill, maybe too chill. I wanted it to go "off" at some point and it just kind of went. The band was clearly great, really good sound, but you know.
I was excited to see this album pop up. I love Simon and Garfunkel.
Initially it sounds like a litany of bands that came out at the time. Keane, Train even newer Radiohead etc. I've heard why does it always rain on me but that's it. Maybe the Buzz played it. It was a fine listen but I don't seek out this genre.
YO! I've never heard a whole album by Elvis, I've enjoyed his music forever and have many songs in multiple playlists. I added a couple songs to my liked songs playlist. A little Elvis goes a long way.
Excited for this one, Dinosaur Jr. is the band I like but don't know much about. Their album "Without a sound" is in my rotation. With Feel the pain being the biggest song I know. Crazy to think these bands were doing this way before we found them... I had to do some research, Just like heaven was added later, this album originally released in '87 the same year The Cure put out the song. This album was re released later with the track added. Robert Smith, according to Wikipedia called this his favorite cover of the song and it even influenced how they play it live. Very cool. Album added to my favorites.
My 8 year old self loved this more than anything. The art is great.
I just watched something about these guys the other day about how they took heavy metal and made it where you could dance to it. I had the Fat of the Land album. I rocked that for a long time. This reminds me of the Church in Denver Colorado. Multi floor dance club made out of a 100 year old church. They had a techno floor and it was chaotic. https://coclubs.com/church It was a great time. That was then, now Techno is just annoying after the first 2 minutes.
These guys were singing about real life at the same time that others were telling stories about the "gangsta" lifestyle. I listened to them in the beginning but they didn't resonate with me. Maybe it was too real. I get it now. It all feels like "The Wire" to me. I feel like the album played a little slow then they really found their voice. Legends.
And here I thought Rob Zombie drew these pictures... If this album were a movie, Martin Scorsese would consider it Cinema. This is a group of guys who were too late for the punk movement and too old for the hair metal movement. Somewhere in between is not a good place to be. I'm going to listen to Portishead.
Holy Shit. This is fucking awesome. It's not all great, it's pretty raw, but it's enough for me to like the album.
I don't speak Spanish. Nothing really grabbed me here. Music was just ok.
Never Listened to a whole Frank album from front to end. It's a lot. I like to sprinkle Frank in between the 4 tops and Sammy Davis and Dean Martin.
not my favorite Lou Reed, Still Great.
I get it Chic. My feet keep dancing too. You can hear where so many others came from.
Oh Shit. This is going to be great. Wow, I loved the intro where he told the crowd what to expect. My man was 30 when this was recorded and he sounded like he was 60. I mean any album with Try me on it will get 5 stars automatically, that song is sooooo amazing. His command of an audience is incredible. They are hanging on every word.
Good album, quite iconic, they were punk but more melodic, pretty wild. I Enjoyed it. Iggy Pop is great.
Never been a Green Day fan even though they create catchy songs with good melodies and hooks. I've heard many of these songs at nauseum on the radio over the last 18 years.
Good album, Never heard a whole Common album before. He's very serious.
This Album is peak Iggy, Just iconic.
Interesting, this somewhat felt like a big F U to the record company. Like when Ben Folds wrote "One down". That being said he has an incredible voice and his rendition of Baby Baby was great.
The perfect mix of 80's synth and 90's bad pop. Marky Mark clearly stole good vibration from the first track. At one time the even said new vibration. Nope.
The guy is a genius, his macabre persona within a little rock pop mixed in was a big deal back in the day. He walked so others could run.
Love Bowie but this is a weird album.
John Prine has been long considered Country royalty. His amazing story telling really sets him apart for me. You can't really sing along with his songs but you can feel them. Even if its telling stories about people from the 50's. To me, John Prine is the music equivalent of the American Gothic painting or a Louie Lamore book. You get a real glimpse into life of the times.
Very Punk. Way more Punk than I knew. I hate to say I told you so was a big song when it came out but they didn't catch on in the states. I think these guys would be huge if they came out today.
pretty good, experimental. I like some of Yes' songs.
Not for me.
Love this Album, added it to my favorites.
Sounds like a million other artists.
The Smiths are the 80's for me.
I've listened to this album about 1000 times.
Here I thought it was Daft Punk all along.
Love it. I really underestimated this band in the beginning.
Good album. Can't believe I've never heard it.
Such a lovely album. What is life is such an incredible song.
Great album. Love Zep
I like some Goldfrapp, this was less dance pop. Just ok.
Wow, I really enjoyed that, I guess they play these guys on the Bridge.