Classic and arguably the best Nirvana album. Kurt's vocals shine on tracks like Something in the Way and the acoustic arrangement of Lake of Fire brings another level to the song.
Songhoy Blues - refugees from Mali due to religious (Islamic) extremist group Ansar Dine. Interesting album, really enjoyed it. The different styles of blues and rock shined through. Soulful song Mali, I don't know the language but the intent seeps through.
Surprised I hadn't heard this one before. Good album, Paul Simon is a great story teller. Me & Julio is still my favorite, enjoyed Paranoia Blues and Run that Body Down.
Fetch the Bolt Cutters was an interesting album. Power in her lyrics, going through her journey as an artist and as a woman. Clear message of women need to be heard and we won't be silenced. Especially liked the title track Fetch the Both Cutters and Under the Table. Will listen again.
I don't get Bruce Springsteen personally. I know millions of people do so I suppose it's just me. Hits aside I enjoyed I'm Goin' Down. Overall I'll say its fun album, something you can dance to when no one is watching. A best album of all time? I don't know but it does scream homeboy Americana till the cows come home.
This album is wild. Such a variation of styles, the sensual overtones, and engagement of Marvin Gaye with his musicians is captivating. His use of his music to cope with his own childhood traumas and spiritual healing comes though lyrically.
I love The Downward Spiral. I love that it hits just as hard today, while I load my reusable earth conscience bags into my family car, as it did in 1999 sitting on my bff's floor doing our makeup to go check out guys at the mall.
Musically this album is pretty standard for anything of the same time frame. So it's not it's good it's just not anything special. Lyrically and vocally it's consistent for the Bee gees ... Garbage
This was just a fun bunch of songs. Would recommend and listen to again.
The was a generic garage punk album. Really didn't bring anything new, definitely would not rate it as a "must listen".
Great collection of songs. Solid throughout, I especially liked the Iron Man cover took me a minute to pick up on what it was.
Amazing album, Hendrix was a master.
Not sure what to say... Started listening and was suddenly 6 songs in and didn't realize. Hardly a difference in songs to stand out from each other. Everyone plays well, March of the Black Queen and Funny How Love Is are pretty solid and have a different sound from the rest of the album
Blueski- love the guitar melody, great change of pace Stagger- great sound vocal combo This was honestly better than I expected
Fairly generic - A&E is easily the best song on the album
This was god awful. Beyond awful. Beep boop and repeat the same line over and over for 6-8 minutes. So happy when it was over.
Amazing album. The layering of music and sounds, talking, sound effects is intense and tells a story.
Bad brit pop. Can hear a lot of Stones and Beatles influence in there.
It's like 50/50 good/bad. I want to like it but then each good song is followed up by super meh. Maybe I'm not the demographic anymore. 2.5
Elenore Rigby is the best song on the album. Everything else is pretty okay.
Classic album, the crazy jazz piano riffs really give it a unique sound
Great synth pop / new wave sound. Amazing album, will check out more by this group.
Solidly ok elevator department store music.
This was definitely interesting, really enjoyed
Better if it wasn't live.
Beatles - the early hits
Omg this sucked
Not what I expected but good none the less
Can absolutely easily hear their influence on future heavy metal and punk.
Jam band with good vocals.