Lots of bops on this album. Understanding the meanings of some of the songs with an adult brain is semi-uncomfy.
Oof. I like Cheap Trick, but the live version just felt like noise for the most part. I think this makes me old. Might be cooler on vinyl, idk.
It’s not bad. It’s just not my jam.
This was very 90s. I enjoyed it.
I used to listen to Pink Floyd a lot as an angsty teen. This is a good album.
This was a good album to start your day with, and pretty dang good overall.
It was not my favorite way to start a Tuesday and I think a better PJ Harvey album could have been choosen.
Not bad. Felt like I was in a video game, but there were a few tracks that were bops.
Like Nirvana, but not good. 32 songs was aggressive and I found myself continuously checking when it be over.
Van Halen is a classic. The music isn’t ground breaking, and I’m sure it’s probably problematic now, but it was enjoyable to listen to.
This was just okay. None of the songs jumped out at me and it ended up just being background noise.
Not my favorite Kacey album, but still a good one. So many good songs.
Ehhh, it was okay, I guess.
Felt very 80s. Definitely had a cinematic quality to it. There were times it felt like I had left The Goonies, or something in that genre, on in the background.
I liked this a lot. It’s quintessential 90s hip-hop.
This was ok. I honestly don’t remember anything other than that long ass song about the cheating wife. Ooof!
There was some good story telling in these songs right here. El Paso has always been a bop.
Sounded like it belonged on the Austin Powers Soundtrack or The Beatles, but not good.
This felt more modern than 1976 and was very emo. Kinda problematic, but not the absolute worst.
A classic. My parents love the Eagles, so this just felt nostalgic.
I loved listening to this one. You can hear how they influenced other musicians. It was very enjoyable.
The Beatles were played a lot in my house growing up. I had car dances to several of these songs. Also, it’s The Beatles. They forever slap.
Very David Bowie, Supertramp, Devo vibes. It was fun, but I wouldn’t choose to listen to it again.
Like listening to the “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” soundtrack, but it’s 12 songs too long.
I only listen to a few songs on YouTube. Not bad. Sounded like Neil Young. Probably would have been better if I listened to the whole album.
Classic rock? Reminds me of Wayne’s World! I’d listen to it again.
I normally don't enjoy jazz bc of all the horn instrument honking and seemingly randomness, but this was not too bad.
Very Rock ‘n Roll. This one reminds me of School of Rock. This is a terrible way to rate music, but whatevs.
I thought I knew this man/band, but I guess I didn't? There were a lot of song were I was wondering, “wtf did I just listen to,” but not completely in a bad way. Still wishing there were explanation for why certain albums/artists made the list.
This was very enjoyable to listen to, and really match the vibe of a rainy morning. Nina’s voice is something else.
I had honestly never listen heard this album before. It wasn’t bad. I’d listen to it again.
I was pretty familiar with this album. The Seed is soo good.
This was not for me. It sounded like some Renaissance fair King Arthur mumbo-jumbo.
I was obsessed with this movie! It’s a pretty good soundtrack.
Super nostalgic! Still slaps. Listening to this as an adult is kind of weird and makes me realize just how much I didn’t half of the songs I was listening to.
Very cowgirl jams/western lady vibes. It’s not normally my thing, but I didn’t hate it.
This was weird. Sometimes good and sometimes strange. I don’t know how I feel about it.
I like LCD Soundsystem. This album is good. Coming up with things to say about albums every morning is hard.
Not my favorite Beastie Boys album, but still pretty darn good. The sampling on this album is bananas.
I didn’t think this was the Muse album that should have been chosen, bit I asked around and was wrong. It’s good, buy not my favorite.
I enjoyed the mix of originals and covers.
I’m normally not a fan of jazz (that’s was this was, right?), but I didn’t hate it.
Enjoyable enough, I guess. That song about jail buddies was a real eyebrow raiser.
Very sad boy music. I didn’t hate it!
I don’t know why, but I don’t really like U2. It’s probably due to their album ending up on my phone without my permission. They are definitely talented af and can make a hit like nobody’s business. I didn’t hate this album.
Okay for country. Not my normal jam.
I didn’t think I like Metallica that much, but I knew most of the songs and was really vibing with this. Idk what that means for me as a person.
This was good, but all the songs sounded the same, but a little different. Idk, I wasn't fully feeling it.
This was just okay to me. I guess, I’m only down with the stuff they came out with after this.
I don’t remember if this was good or bad, so it probably wasn’t great.
Felt like the Portuguese equivalent of The Monkees.
This was just okay to me. Maybe I was having an off day. The Boys & Girls cover was the best part.
This was bad, not meaning good. A couple of songs towards the end were okay.
I like this. I’d listen to it again.
This was fun and nostalgic. A good Monday combo.
The old western vibe was cool, but this wasn’t really my jam.
This was a weird mix of things and stuff. A little Stevie Nicks, a little good, a little bad.
I could have lived and died without ever listening to this.
Very 60s. It was good, but I lost interest quick.
This was kind of surprising. I didn't realize there were so many influence on this album
I don’t know why, but I don't enjoy live albums. Other than that this was great.
Ummmm, I don’t even know with this one. None of the songs were bops and it was just noise for the most part.
I haven’t listened to Black Flag since High School. I don’t think I enjoyed it as much as I did back then.
A fun time for all.
This was like a wild trip. Parts were terrifying and parts were enjoyable. The 60s were weird times.
Sounded like the precursor to the Strokes and all the other bands in that genre. Not too shabby.
Ooof! This album was entirely too long. It was just noise after awhile and the lyrics were very interesting at times.
Hot take, I do not think Bob Dylan is amazing like everyone else does. Great storyteller, though.
I really like Chrissie Hynde voice. Plus she is Stephanie and knows all the chords!
I didn’t think I liked The Flaming Lips. I was wrong! I thoroughly enjoyed this.
Ooh, some of the songs on this album had an icky factor. It was just alright.
This was a weird mix of elevator musak and Thundercat. I didn’t hate it, but I didn’t love it.
Lol, I wasn’t feeling this.
Ooof, Imran it wasn’t terrible, just not for me for a full album.
That’s a no from me, dawg!
This was all over the place and hard to really get into and vibe with.
Did I know all the words, scream sing the very loudly, and listen to the full album twice? 1000p!!
I’ve never really been a fan of U2, but this wasn’t terrible. I’d probably listen to it again.
I own this on vinyl. Twas good.
I didn’t realize some of their more popular songs were that old. It also had a honky tonk vibe which was surprising.
Very 90s. I don’t remember much else about it, so it must not have been that good.
It sounded like lofi study music meets The Matrix. Not bad, but not memorable.
I’d listen to it again.
Very Euro coffee house with a splash of spanish flare.
It was what I would expect.
Very 90s. Very Missy. I appreciated her “thank you” outro.
I recently discovered I liked Elvis Costello, so this was very enjoyable.
This was surprisingly just ok to me. I think our generation over played these homies.
I didn’t realize they had so many bops. I’d listen to it again.
This was pretty pretty good.
This was whatever to me. I barely remember listening to it.
I forgot this album had so many bops.
Sounded very 90s with hints of Weezer and The Foo Fighters.
Solid classic rock!
Felt very punk rock.
This was weird, short, and confusing. Not in a bad way, just not what I was expecting. Still slaps.
This album was pretty darn good. It reminds me of Forrest Gump and I can’t be mad at that!
Definitely not my favorite Kanye album, but still good. He is a talented dude.
Just sounded like the soundtrack to an 80s action movie.
Good, but not my favorite album of his.
I mean, it wasn’t bad, but other than Freedom I’m not sure what was so special about this album.
I’ve never been a fan of jam bands
I think this is the first album on this list I own. Love!
This was what you’d expect, I guess.
I didn’t know they had been around since the 80s. I also the album wasn’t bad, but also wasn’t memorable.
This album just sounded like the music from the 70s. Nothing extremely special about it, but I also didn’t hate it.
Listening to this as an adult I realize that The Doors have a certain X factor that I don’t know if I can get down with. It’s just a hits for me.
I wanted to like this more than I did, but it hurt my ears.
Angsty teenage Jordan listened to a lot of Pink Floyd.
Most of these songs had a certain beauty that was made dark by homeboy’s voice. I enjoyed it.
This was toooo Americana for me. Bruce has never really been my jam, but I respect his talent.
This is just OK. Nothing special about it.
This was just chaotic noise to me.
Chill vibes, for sure.
Very chill reggae. Not really for me.
This had some of my favorite versions of Christmas Classics.
I only knew a couple of songs on this album and the stuff I didn't know was okay, I guess.
It wasn’t terrible, I just don't know French.
Waaaaay tooo many songs about condoms.
Blues is just okay in my book. I appreciate the art, but I don’t want to sit around listening to it all day.
Super 80s, but this album only had a fee bangers besides Take On Me.
This was enjoyable enough
The ultimate sad boy music.
Better than the last album by them on this list.
This sounded like movie music, so fake? Idk. It wasn’t really my jam.
Jazz is not my jam. So this was a lot for me.
This was decent. The song from the Clueless soundtrack made me like it a little more.
A classic album.
This was all over the place. Like the songs came from different albums
This was weird. Part of it sounded like the Medieval Times soundtrack and part had a culty vibe. Not for me.
Funky and fun!