Not exactly my genre
Classic, not on Spotify. Liked it better once upon a time
Solid, but not outstanding
Great tracks on this one
Very Oldschool, good tracks but a little to oldschool to be among my favourites. Delivers a message.
Better than expected, some easy listening.
I should listen to Muse more
Good Soundtrack, a little unorthodox and off but very fitting. Trent vibes
Average. Won't remember it for long
Some real bangers, this one hits good.
Unflashy, just the middle ground
Groovy, good listening and some songs that stick. #NFSU2
Did not really catch me in any way, sorry.
Easy listening, but not often listening, more average
LOL. Solid and I even knew a song
Totally a good Album, a little to experimental in the end
Surprisingly chill, surprisingly good.
Soul at its best, strong album
There are some places and Times where I could dig this, but it's not many of them...
Meh. Can fit in the right vibe, but it seems like Punk is generally not mine
Music 3.5/5, Lyrics/Singing 1.5/5 => 2/5
Easy, good, relaxed, harmonic, harmonica. I didn't know the album before, now I do, now I will listen to it occasionally. Achievement unlocked
Didn't expect this in here, but it's Solid, oldschool vibes.
Very Hangover Friendly Rock. And that's a good thing.
Didn't catch me at all, it's not bad but I honestly expected more...
Great Energy, this album is another addition to my rotation.
Please decide what kind of music you want to create, as it is it's too diverse...
Somehow it's background music, even if you try to focus on it. Not special, but keeps the silence away effectively.
Traditional african, unecpected and reminds me of Black Panther, but I Like!
Wow, that was...interesting. I was working while listening to this, not recommended.
Rock 'n' Roll, that describes it. But more roll than rock
Good listening, will do again
I like. Dark wave vibes that I would definitely listen to again
I listened to this on repeat for a couple of hours, still didn't find a defining Song... but I didn't turn it off either, so it must be 3 Stars.
Like yeah, it's alright. Never listened to it before, but it feels like I have, don't know how else to describe the feeling.
So relaxing, no simple tracks but complete movements. But I still prefer other Miles Davis albums.
PSA: My Name Is Paul and If I Had had a Role Model like '97 Bonnie & Clyde my Guilty Conscience would have prevented some of the Brain Damage that made me Just Don't Give A F... Instead I'm Shady, hit Rock Bottom and it's My Fault... 5/5
So many good memories, feel good World music with Percussion. Made me smile the whole Album through.
Oh my God that's the punky Shit - not really, but also doesn't go well on repeat
It's a good album, but too oldie for me for regular listens.
Just as the title says, it's a good introduction to indian music...
Slappin'. ZZ Top gives raw energy combined with a road trip vibe, and Eliminator even has a car on the cover - coincidence?
Positively surprised to find Brimful of Asha, negativen surprised by everything else.
I guess it's good, can't really say much about it. Let's just give the Album 3/5 and carry on.
Some Tracks have potential, but potential alone doensn't make them good...
Wow, what can I say to this... it's something. Description of cosmic music fits, but not in the best of ways. Not for me
Another very clean 3/5, not a yay and not a boo
Again, not too good, not too Bad. One day or another it May end up in my rotation, but not regularly
Somehow I get the feeling that the 1001 albums list is not about HAVING to listen to them, but YOU listening to them, because I probably wouldn't do it again. Sadly that is the case for this one again, not bad but that's it
THIS IS NOT MY COUNTRY!!! My Country is more like Cash or Nelson...
Oh you know this. It's good, it's well known, and it slaps. White Stripes are a phenomenon, happy to have them recommended.
Won't listen to it again tbh...
Thats a surprise, some variety to my last days. And it's welcome
This will always get me in a better mood, and i'ts a good feeling to know that.
Relaxing Jazz, still like Davis more though
Yes it's garage, but it just doensn't convince me.
All time classic. Strangely it is still not in my library...
Was he already mad at this point? The album has highs and lows but I can't listen to it without a certain flavour to it...
I can't describe a situation where I would prefer this album over any different one... so... that's a point for itself
I tried listening a couple of Times now, still can't get behind it.
Solid, nothing earth shaking, but Solid midfield
Still feeels like I could copy paste many of my ratings, summary: it's alright
Yeah, nah. Nothing that makes me say "Let's listen to this again just now"
It's fine; calm and relaxing. Fits into many background-settings
Some highlights, some skippable sections, overall a good average
Kinda funky at times, I'll give it a "solid work"
Good electronic ambient, sometimes too stressed to be a calming background
Pleasantly surprised, enjoyable brass-sections, could be a 3.5/5 but I won't quite give it 4/5
The album itself is fine, but having "Dear Mama" on it, one of the most heartfelt songs in all of Hip Hop, lifts it up for me
Pleasant listen, refreshing compared to some other stuff.
Classic Rock, in parts too classic for my taste
Impressive that I can imagine myself tuning in to this music (and already have) even if I wouldn't say it's my genre, it's just good.
Excluding the state I'm currently in, which is not the albums fault, it does have its merits.
Beatle-ish, how can that be?
First song caught me off guard (positively), after that it's still alright
Short Album, but i only like it as a friend
This. This is the Album where the first track caught me off guard, Confused something there. But now its gonna get a better rating than before and thats just as i wanted it.
Caught me a little off for a Lana album, but I like it.
I don't like christmas music. At least it's classics and not also modern stuff...
TBH, not too special...
This kind of Funk is what I need time after time, original and uplifting
Psychedelic is a plus, I woudn't call it bland but it's taking this direction unfortunately
Some highlights for sure, sadly also some lowlights
Fine for background, maybe I'm too 'new' to find more in it.
Didn't expect to vibe this as much, but I do! Thinking about adding it to my library.
I dind't have any disco yet in my album ratings, so this is a welcome variation and I'm enjoying good parts
I like the same. But this is too frantic for easy listening. I appreciate its existence but won't be listening to it much more to be honest
Good background music, not much more to say though
Easy, just easy. Bonus for Lou Reed's voice
I like this old school Album, not listening to it much but there is so much to find, the good kind of experimental.
I can't get anything special out of this album, sorry. It's still alright how it is
I'd rate it below solo Clapton, but still fine.
Not too much contrast to other albums on the list, one 5/5 song doesn't do enough
Background music, again
Straight up hitter, this is what 'old but gold' should be defined by.
Alright, but i got taken by surprise a few times
Different, but oddly it feels too slow for my taste, but there is potential.
It's not fair to only give it 2 Stars, that's why it geht's 3.
Those songs are long... not bad but could be split further, I don't understand why they didn't
Funky, reminds me of chili peps. Thumbs up
All over the place, hast some catchy (and known) hooks but generally too diverse in the Genre for my taste
One of the later Metallica albums I discovered, still can't say why... It's good!
A Solid Album that i should consider to listen more
Solid New wave, good for occasional listens. Didn't compare it to Unknown Pleasures yet.
Very Wu-Tang-ish, true to the roots, including a couple of Features.
Nice Oldschool-vibes, though it's not, but Q-Tip does deliver on here.
Electric, somehow the Band Name is fitting well for me.
Willie's voice is awesome. The country is fine, the topics alright.
Background music, probably not coming into my library
Somehow I never warmed up to Public Enemy.. a shame but listening again still didn't change the fact
Once again, good for background listening, not my case for explicit listening.
Hard rock's finest, I remember listening to this while on a road trip, good times.
You can hear the beatles vibes, I have to admit I didn't know My Sweet Lord was on this and was pleasantly surprised. In parts definitely a 4/5