Prefer the upbeat funk rather than the synth heavy ballads, but great album overall
surprisingly boring even though electronic alternative music is some of my favorite
Fun record, some tunes still hold up 60 years later
Ronnie Specter’s wall-of-sound meets New Wave in this technically proficient album. Morrisey’s at times atmospheric and always emotive vocals are great, as is the percussion. Still, I personally did not find many of the songs themselves enjoyable at all despite the obvious talent involved and I prefer other Smiths albums to this one. To each their own; certainly worth a listen.
Great intro. Interesting compare/contrast to jazz
Had never heard of this band or any of their songs; better than I expected it to be from the description. Could definitely hear some the influences and some of the later work the artists did (I.e. the bassist later played with jethro Tull). All the instruments are masterful as are the vocals.
Not my cuppa
awesome voice; record holds up very well
Great record, lots of fun