I was groovin’
Took me back to a time when I wasn’t alive but vibes were all over the place. I caught onto the impact that Def Leppard had on The Killers influence. The guitar in “Women” is sampled in Smile like you mean it.
One of the greatest / most influential hip-hop albums of the 2000’s. Young Kanye throughout most of the album, and his production is insane. Along with J Dilla. Common speaking the truth through insightful rhymes and Melodie’s. His flow is spectacular within the entire album and his message is clear and takes the listener into the hard-life of a person stuck in the South Side of Chicago. And though Common takes the listener into this, he doesn’t glorify it. It’s a necessity for living, and providing of a harsh reality. Common takes you through life lessons that we all should consider. He legit teaches the listener what love is, should be, and how beautiful it is. Be (intro) is arguably one of the greatest intro’s to a hop-hop album. It takes insane courage to put a live song (The Food) on your album and have it hit as hard as it does. People forget that Common represented Chicago just as much as Kanye at this time. I listened to this album all the way back after I finished it, and throughout the rest of the day. I love it. Started the day today with “They Say”. This is true Hip-Hop and what a real MC is. These are the messages Hip-Hop should convey, and this isn’t an album to take for granted.
Was not feeling it. There wasn’t 30 seconds throughout this album that I was vibin’.
Good vibes. Listened to the album a couple times over the weekend.
Lot of songs on this album, luckily they were, for the most part, short. “Sally MacLennane” is the only song I added to a playlist. This is an album to sing in a pub with the boys drinking a pint.
Some songs were baby making music. For the most part, I enjoyed the jazz. Songs were a little long but overall didn’t hate the music.
Exactly what I expected, nothing wrong with it. Just makes me want to jump into a mosh pit and start pushing people.
Interesting sounds. Maybe shouldn’t listen to it at 8 in the morning.
Love this album. Listening to it at 8 in the morning made me want to flip my desk
Made me want to do the robot. Vibes were chill.
I should call her
Beautiful album. I do like the sound of my vinyl version better, BUT it flows wonderfully. Listened to it while I did some work and there isn’t a song that I would skip.
Though American Pie is a classic, Don sounds the same in every song.
Very groovy. Loved the vibes. In some songs, the melody dragged out, but overall really enjoyed.
The first four songs were legendary. The other half of the album was decent. Ozzy Osbourne is the man.
I’ve listened to this album before. I’m not a huge fan of the smiths, but there were a couple of songs that were good.
It wasn’t bad. It wasn’t great. Right in the middle, or a little above average. It starts out with a great vibe, just as the album progressed I zoned out a bit.
Love Jim Morrison. What a guy.