Boring, too many tracks that had little variety from the previous. Smooth voice but not for me.
some great tracks, followed by some empty fillers too. Vocal recording quality sounds too dated or effect heavy or something.
Holy shit chills from the start. No real catchy hooks that are that memorable. But the sounds and journey was great.
great voice. can hear the influences they had in many other bands. Kind of a lull though. Nothing super memorable or impactful.
I don't know, it's okay. Not really my thing.
not into it, pretty generic jam band
I don't get the appeal of Jazz
I no likey
meh, it's okay.
eh not for me. Leather strapped cowboys are a funny visual though
Intro overshadowed the rest of the album. Amazing track. The rest of the album is musically very interesting, but the vocals feel like a bad 80's impression.
How did I miss this one in it's time. I wrote coldplay off as sorta sissy pop music, but they can rock.
not for me
Wow this was a fun one. Queen never disappoints.
sounded pretty ahead of its time. tapered off heavily after track 1. Not really my genre
A fun live album. But I don't like live albums to begin with.
It's alright, felt like too many breakdowns/speeches/interruptions. Not enough hooky jams to be memorable.
Felt very locked into an era. Good for it's time, but didn't have the qualities of a timeless album to me
What a phenomenal voice. Fun live album, even though I usually hate live albums it seems to make more sense for it's time.
I mean it's Bob Dylan. It's groovy, it's bluegrassy, it's got it's own twang. I ca
I couldn't really get into Ozzy's voice, but what a group of expert rockers.
Too dated for me. Fun for historical context, but the recording is rough, and every song is basically the same blaring noise.
I don't know, it feels really cheesy for some reason. Has that typical 80's vocal inflection I can't stand.
wow really interesting. that opening track nails a beautiful homage to 60's bands like the Rolling Stones and The Beatles. After that it takes a dive into a more bizarre 80's/90's amalgamation, seems like they couldn't decide on a cohesive direction for the album. Has flavors of Oasis. Gets back to that 60s rock vibe at Come Together, and Loaded. I think my biggest complaint is the lack of direction it seems like they were trying to do two very different things with the album.
Definitely a product of its time. Feels locked in on that particular era's style, wouldn't really call it a timeless album for that reason. Overly stylized I guess.