Great album. Love the classic garage band vibes. Very raw and rustic, but full sound.
One of my favorites and probably my favorite Metallica album. Heavy but with some great melodies and awesome solos.
Fantastic album. Not a bad song on it. Bluesy vibes and a little bit soulful.
Great energy in the performance.
Love Queens of the Stone Age, but never actually listened to this one. I started with Songs for the Deaf and have kept up going forward. Haven't spent much time listening to their earlier work, but that will change. Can definitely see how they have evolved over time while staying true to their roots. Some songs were a tad repetitive or not really ear-catching but for the most part, solid debut album.
Takes me back. Personnaly Oasis has never been one of those bands I regularly listen to. I won't change it if a song comes on in a Playlist, but the music isn't anything that I find absolutely amazing.
One of my all time favorites. The story of this album is amazing having just suffered the loss of Bon Scott, then to decide to soldier on, find a new lead singer and record a new album in just a few short months. And a rather successful album at that. This is a continuation of the classic AC/DC sound but a new generation. Still has some of those suggestive innuendos with some great heavy hitters as well. Hell's Bells is a fantastic opening track. You Shook Me All Night Long has such an energy to it and the title track is so simple yet so perfect.