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Not bad, but not awesome either.
Not bad, but not awesome either.
This album achieves a lot with very little instrumentation. Great album, but a bit soft for my taste.
Good, but not my cup of tea.
Great, but rather chill.
Pop, but good. Excellent vocals.
Sounds a bit like Slynt. Probably better on the third or fifth listen. Still pretty neat.
Very nice mix of blues and alternative.
Not the best Metallica album, but it has some bangers nevertheless.
A bit like early Pink Floyd, but not as weird. Track eight is outstanding.
First half isn't particular exciting, but the last few tracks are interesting.
Way ahead of its time. Today, there is music I like better, but not much.
Hadn't heard of them for some reason; will listen to more of their music. Very coherent album, and a bop.
Pretty, good. Will probably listen again.
Really good. Personally, I like it better than Abby Road.
Very varied. Has content.
Really grows on you after a few spins. Kinda wacky, but not random.
Bunch of classics on this one. Very pleasant to listen to, but not really my thing.
Nice and chill. Very enjoyable. For the most part not too special though.
False advertisement. They did not scream. Was all right though, pretty chill.
Not what I usually listen to, but I like it.
Punk, but the band has skill.
Not entirely sure why some regard this as the best album. Still a good listen though.
Very nice. Chill, but not boring.
Nothing fancy, but nice instrumentals. Not the greatest fan of the vocals.
Definitely some substance there. To fully appreciate this one, I'll need to hear it more though. Might be a five in the future.
Son of a Preacher Man slaps. The rest is good, but not really my taste.
Had only heard the Peter Gabriel cover of My Body Is a Cage before, but this is pretty good too.
Gets better towards the end. Overall very enjoyable.
Some nice heavy metal. But I can't help comparing it with Iron Maiden, and I like them better than Judas Priest.
Pretty nice vocals, the instrumentals felt a bit synthetic sometimes.
Slaps. Has some funky rhythms. Conveys the message and the emotions behind it really well.
Pretty enjoyable, although not what I usually listen to.
Truly, one of the albums of all times.
Sounds a bit like 100 gecs, but it doesn't really convince me. I don't find the synthetic sounds very pleasant to listen to, and the music isn't particularly interesting structurally either.
A bit too slow and chill for my taste, but otherwise good.
Very enjoyable, but not a personal favorite.
I'm usually not much into music like this, but I can vibe with this album very well. Especially the vocals are done skillfully and have me bopping my head a lot.
Very pleasant and relaxing. Not too interesting though, but maybe that's because I didn't pay enough attention.
As usual, I'm not the greatest fan of alternative, but country is nice. Personal opinions aside, the musicians are very skilled and the compositions aren't lacking either.
Really good. The vocals are great, and it's very pleasant to listen to. But I'm missing a little edge here and there. Maybe I need to listen a few more times to really appreciate this.
Very much unlike what I usually listen to, but very interesting nevertheless. I like the fact that he threw in an Ave Maria as well. Certainly enjoyable to listen to.
Some classic pop, but especially the last track is also a bit more serious. All in all, very nice.
I had some complaints about Frank, but they don't apply to this album at all. Very enjoyable, especially the vocals.
Some nice chill music. Reminds me of the Neon Genesis Evangelion OST a lot. Overall not really outstanding though.
Generally a bop. I feel like alternative rock takes inspiration from this to this day, so it definitely seems influential. Personally, I'm not too much into alternative, but I certainly don't mind listening to this.
A very fun album. It's not particular edgy, but not very uninspired either.
Some nice rock, definitely easy on the ears. However, I prefer something that goes a little harder.
With punk I often feel like the entire album is a lot of the same, but not with this one. Many of the tracks are very short, but it's a very fun album.
Some very nice compositions and skilled players. But what really sold me on this one is the vocals; they're an excellent fit for folk rock, remind me a bit of Comus.
I didn't understand much of the dialogue, which I imagine is pretty important too. The music itself is great though; pretty diverse with a bunch of rap but also a guitar solo here and there.
Big iron on his hip! The other songs are pretty good too.
Very creative and innovative, especially for their time, so it certainly deserves its spot on the list. But personally, I don't enjoy the music too much. The nonsense tracks aren't particularly fun either.
It's refreshing to hear the classic songs played differently. While it's certainly interesting, I don't think Metallica's music profits too much from an orchestra.
For Techno, this is really good. But it's still techno, so no vocals and a rather lifeless sound.
Very pleasant and good. But on the other hand not particularly unique.
Goes surprisingly hard, very nice.
Chill songs. To me, it's not particularly outstanding after one listen though.
Really chill and pleasant, but nothing world-changing for me.
Not really a fan, not bad either.