Great to listen to such an influential artist who kept making music after his accident that left him paralyzed.
Songs feel repetitive. I can see the influence of future bands, but I'm not really enjoying this album. Everyday People is a progressive song lyrically. I like this in moderation but would not listen to an entire album at once again.
Classic and perfect
An appreciated classic! It sent me into nostalgia.
The sound is too repetitive. It doesn't build quickly enough, which leaves me feeling frustrated. There isn't much complexity. I like all the individual components of each song, but they just go on for too long, and I get bored. Planet D is enjoyable. Wilmot stands out and is also notably the most played song on the album. The title song, Haunted Dancehall was fun. I'd listen to a few of these songs again but probably not the band or album overall.
Birdland is a classic. I could listen to that on repeat! It was interesting listening to the entire album, and I really enjoyed it. I could definitely put this on in the background while working.
Hooked from the first song. I almost skipped this one due to lack of time, but I'm glad I made time for it. There Goes the Fear is super catchy. Satellites is lovely. Friday's Dust feels haunting.
This isn't bad, but I just can't listen to an entire album. I did, but it wasn't pleasant. Lovefool is the obvious hit here, and I can easily listen to that.