I loved the jazzy feel and her vocal abilities. I closed my eyes and felt like I was in a jazz lounge. Anyone that knows me knows that I'm a sucker for brass instruments so that definitely didn't hurt.
Had a couple good songs but the bad definitely outweighed the good. I am very torn between 2 and 3 for this one but I think 2 is my final answer.
I'm not going to lie I was shocked. I always thought Johnny Cash was overrated because I basically only ever heard Hurt and Ring of Fire. After listening to this all the way through I can see why he was as big as he was. The voice and the music was very very talented.
I did not entirely enjoy the album. The beats were probably the best part but even they had some flaws sometimes. The raps themselves weren't very clever lyrically from what I heard.
The song had some absolutely amazing songs but it also had some awful songs I could barely get through. I rate it in the middle since it was a mix of amazing and not so great.
Most of the album was a bit too experimental for me. I enjoyed a couple songs though and it's not a straight up bad album.
This album was the exact definition of average. The music was fine. The singing was fine. The album was....dare I say it.......fine.
I enjoyed most of the songs.
I enjoyed most of the songs. Jazzy/funky feels were well received.
This album was so close to a 5 in my book. I really really liked it but I feel like if I'm questioning a 5 then it isn't a 5.
Didn't like it at all. The whole time I was listening to it I was waiting for it to end.
The music was great but the singer wasn't. If the singer was stronger I'd consider a 5 but because he was just okay they have been knocked back to a 4.
This album was like torture. Me and Jimi have very different opinions on whether or not directional sounds should be in music.
Not a fan of this. The only decent thing about it was the guitars/drums.
This one gets one less star than the last album by The Smiths because there were a couple songs I wasn't a fan of. I still don't love the singer.
That was hard to listen to. He was either mumbling or too loud most of the time and the harmonica was screeching in my ears.
Enjoy me some REM. Super solid album.