Earthy, psychedelic, and a bit bland. Maybe smoke on the water has been ruined for me as a guitarist; however, the album on first listen did not move me very much.
I don't think I am alone when I state, "it would be very cool to grab a beer with Jim Morrison, but I don't think I would want to be exceptionally close to him."
Depressed, heavy, futuristic vibes ring out from track one. "You and whose army" really accentuates these emotions. It's as if the entire album could exist within both Blade Runner films.
I never knew cookie monster released an album.
This album had two different vibes; soft 60s fuzz rock and vietnam.
Fantastic house record. You can tell its a bit earlier for them, but its just great!
Beyond wild. Fantastically dreamy. One of the best psychedelic albums I have EVER heard. I must must must hear the rest of The Incredible String Bands discography. Wow. This artist may have made the whole album generator invaluable for me. I am blown away. This style of music is just amazing!
Patti Smith is a fascinating artist. This album showed her punk and gentle sides, which I thought was cool. The album had a definitive late 80s and 90s vibe.
Fan-fucking-tastic. This album is generational.
I didn't like it at first listen; however, it's really starting to grow on me. Hole incorporates an easy-going, pop-like sound with the punk-rock of the 90s. I quite liked this one!
There is a reason Kendrick has won a Pulitzer; this is my second favorite album of his. This album defined the 2010s, and I believe it will define hip hop and music for the next century.
Decent album, nothing mindblowing.
Cool, but not really for me. I love prog-rock, but this album feels like it doesn't go anywhere; it doesn't tell a story or even induces an emotional connection. Im sure it does for some, or maybe I need to try it again on a different day, but I wouldn't say I like it.