Nice surprise. Very diverse and has some original sounds.
Als je hem aanzet en iets gaat doen is het alleen maar soms heel kut, meestal best oké en heel soms best vet
Her voice is nice and the production is cool but gets a bit dull on an active listen. Doesn't really have many outstanding moments. Works nice as background music and I can imagine this is an album you could get more into when getting to know it better.
Love the sound and general weirdness of it. For a 5 star rating it would've needed a few more outstanding songs like Psycho Killer.
Like the general REM sound and its cool to hear their debut. For me this album stays a bit flat and on the background.
The production is cool and the instrumentals are tight but it s just too poppy for me a
The first song was very promising. High energy mix of Deep Purple and the Eagles. After that the acoustic guitar part got me out of it and I didn't manage to really get back into the album. Was waiting for it to be over through the entire listen.
Decent listen. Default Lana album I guess?
Has some of my favourite Radiohead songs and is just great as an album. It stays interesting throughout the entire album with a huge variety in sounds.
It has a few classics but as an album it doesn't hold keep my attention the whole way through. 3.5/5
Pleasant surprise. Feels like the Cure on steroids. Not exactly my genre but a nice listen nonetheless
The band die great but the vocals of Buckley made me want to turn the album of many times. Felt like a parody at times. Lyrically it also felt very one dimensional. At least he gave us Jeff!
Liked it, didn't love it
Love it, only downside is that it tends to move to the background of your attention real fast
It has some cool stuff but sometimes a bit too challenging. Feels like an acquired taste I couldn't acquire in a day
Didn't stand out to me. Streets of Laredo had me listen to Johnny Cash for the first time in a while which was nice :)
On the first listen I thought the car radio was broken and had to skip. On the earbuds it was okay I gues but I remember very little of it
Autumn is starting to kick in, I'm a bit cold and a bit hungover. This album does a great job amplifying these feelings. It's decent but not outstanding
Lot's of Fender Rhodes is always a win
First couple of songs are absolute bangers. Kinda loses its edge after that
Love this album. Especially the layering in both the instrumentals and the vocals create an amazing sound!
Good energy. Sometimes a bit too fuzzy
Not that good
Feels like their practice album. The general FF sound is there but without the strong riffs on the later albums. Still a nice background album
Not much too say about this one, just didn't like it all that much :)
One of those albums I knew to be iconic but never got to. Nice to finally give it a listen and I really liked it. The melancholic voice of Nico really adds to the whole thing with Lou Reed just completing the 'coolness' of the whole affair
Has some nice vibes
Bit over the place at times but great energy and original ideas. The flow of individual songs is good, flow of the album a bit off sometimes
Beautifull storytelling and mood building. Not my favourite Dylan but it's up there.
A bit too smooth
Dont know how I missed these guys until now. Great sound!
It's a cool album and it brings some nostalgic feelings
Britpop at its finest
At first I thought I liked it but then it became a bit of a chore to finish the album.
Never listened to this one before. It feels like a nice template for a Bowie album. No huge highs, no huge lows, just the nice Bowie sound :)
Made my day!
Realy not was I was expecting based on my knowledge of Genesis. Didnt enjoy it too much
Has cool Parys. Feel like it could get better on another listen, which I didn't have time for today. Will revisit this album
Hype energy, get's you nicely riled up as I guess they intended. Too much 'over the place' to enjoy a full album listen but has many cool parts
Expected a boring wait between hits but it was actually quite a steady album.
Always been a fan of the old White Stripes songs but never really got to this album specifically. It captures the sound nicely but I feel like they fledged the concept out a bit better/further on the next albums
Nice vibe, didn't leave a huge impression.
Can appreciate the influence these guys had but musically it feels to much like an early draft too really enjoy a full listen. Also I really want hiphop to use more real drums so I'm a bit mad at these 808 pioneers :')
Not as terrible as expected, still pretty terrible
Fan of QOTSA but I never actually got to their pre-"songs for the deaf" albums. It's cool, a raw interpretation of their sound. Personally prefer the later albums which are a bit less raw.
Wasn't a chore but don't think I'll listen to it again.
Like the breakbeat/triphop stuff some of it's a bit to 'uneasy' for a casual listen during work. Might work better for a late night booze infused listen. The spotify radio that came on after this was perfect
Not sure about this one. Had some high hopes after the first song but the album went into way too many directions for my taste.
Harmonies harmonies harmonies. Can't find much wrong with this album so it's definetly a high 4! Saving the precious five stars but this comes close
A bit better than the last Yes album we had (the Yes Album). That one started decent and went south, this one starts terrible and becomes decent. Still not my cup o' tea though.
Classic. Can't You Hear Me Knocking has always been a personal favourite!
Cool album but a bit hard on the ear after a while. I prefer the somewhat more 'friendly' Tom Waits music
Nice surprise. Never know what to expect with these kind of albums but I enjoyed the drum & bass. Made for a nice workday.
Enjoy the overall vibe, the improvisation and the mad drums. I typically prefer a bit more of an underlying structure.
Sounds decent but seems very overrated. Top review gave me a chuckle
Huge nostalgia. Prime indie rock for me
This album is right there at the start of my concious musical discovery. Still great today. Has the early raw energy of the band and at the same time sets a mood like only Alex Turner can in songs like Riot Van.
Better than the last Enon album we got. Has some talking heads vibes at times. At the same time I really had to force myself to actively listen to this as it tends to slide of to the background real fast
Nice. Feels a lot better than the last MBV album we had, less 'white noise'.
Pet Shop Boys always get me in a good mood. Did conclude that they are mostly a 'greatest hits' band for me.
Never really go into this one, I get why now. All the elements and sounds are there and many of these songs get remixed into perfection later in their carreer on Alive. But at this stage.. hard to enjoy, bar a few exceptions
Pleasant surprise. Kept me interested throughout most of the album for a couple of listens :)
It's a decent listen. They set a nice mood but its a tad overdramatic at times. The lyrics are also a bit hit and miss. Good, not great
Great guitar tone, some absolute classics and an overal nice 60s vibe
That was a fun experience :)
Great Motown album
It definetly has its moments but it fluctuates a bit much.
Like it! It's quite straightforward and took a couple of listens to land. Nice punk vibes. Definetly mad about stuff now, not sure what yet.
Very much a product of its time, but it aged well. I like most of the songs. The skits could have been left out, I feel like the message was clear without them explaining.
Opens really strong and has some great songs. Just a few too many dull moments for it too be 4 stars. Great listen though!
A bit bland..
Not a fan. Can't feel any heart in the music and lacks cohesion. Feels like 90 minutes of trying to sound badass
The overal melancholy is appealing but it's just to noisy
Upbeat joyous album. Nothing groundshaking but a nice listen
Elvis Costello has a great overal sound. Not many songs stand out too much but as a whole it was a really enjoyable album
Musically I really like it. It succeeds in setting the jazz club vibe but sometimes the audience is a bit too present.
Wonderful! Had to spin it a few times for the songs to land, I'm not used to Abba beyond the hits. Much less upbeat and much more melancholy than what I'm used to from them. Works like a charm
Lots of love for this album. It's not something you can listen to at any moment, it requires a certain mood. When that mood is there it's absolute gold. The Andre 3000 verse it the cherry on top
Decent album but kinda kept forgetting that I was listening to it.
Tight, clean, energetic. Nice album :)
Amazing gritty sound. Lacks a bit of 'breathing room'. Pretty much two songs that aren't driven by the heavily distorted bass sound. D.A.N.C.E. is an absolute banger but I'm unsure if it belongs on this album. Still very cool though, could've gone 5 stars with a bit more room.
Has some outstanding tracks but as an album it doesn't do much for me
As good as you can go with a christmas album
Iconic. The mood, the storytelling, the recurring musical themes and the great music makes it an all time classic
Great album. Shows of his genius quite well :)
Cool sound, very 80s. Went on for a bit too long
Nice album, gets that jazz face going. Love the bass part on In a Silent way. Drags on a bit long for my taste
Classic album. Captures that old school sound verry well. Nas has a great flow
Lyrically and musically very uninspiring. Could've gotten 2 stars if it would've ended a few songs sooner.
I'm not well versed with the genre enough to say if it's actually generic but it feels generic too me. The sample sources were a fun surprise tough!
Decent listen. Probably won't remember much of this in a day.
Just doesn't do it for me. Lyrically it doesn't reach me and musically I find it fairly bland.
Very typical grunge album. Always feels like just a single emotion exists with this music which makes it a bit flat but it's nice for a few songs.
It has some okay bits but it's mainly angry white men screaming
A bit whiney at times but still a decent listen. Gets a bonus point for reminding me of the great 'Only You Know' rendition by the Arctic Monkeys
It has plenty of good songs but it's way too long and lacks any form of cohesion. Does not feel like an album too me
Bit of an odd one. Very decent background album
Has the nice old school vibe but I'm not the biggest fan of Ice Cubes flow
I used to be a big fan of the modern British Indie rock. Has elements from that that I really enjoy. The singer kinda ruins it for me with his moany falsetto
Did not know this. Has a cool vibe. Spellbound was my favourite but was also a bit of an odd one out. 3.5
Has some cool elements but as an entire album it felt like a bit of a chore.
While it's moer palettable then 'Greetings from LA' the gist of it is the same. It has some decent sounds but also a lot of whiney annoying parts.
It took Johnny Cash an entire life and meeting Rick Rubin to find his best form. The result is stunning. The voice, the production, the harmonies, the songs that are picked. Absolute masterpiece
Has a nice vibe. Nothing extraordinairy
Probably my favourite Dylan album
Love B.B. King but those albums always sound exactly the same.
Nice sound but nothing special.
Opens up very funky but it kinda dips later on. Overal a decent album but won't listen to it as a whole again.
The hits are great and Andre 3000 has an amazing style and flow. As an album it was a bit much tough. A bit too long, a bit too much energy, a bit too incosistent I guess
Had heard the opener a few times before which is also the highlight. The rest is okay but does not stand out.
Cool album, has nice energy. Can be a bit intense at times.
Way better than the last Wilco album we had. Much more coherent. Jesus Etc. is a very good song, the rest is not too memorable.
Better than expected. Well produced, nice vibes. Can't identify with the all the teen heartbreak themes though
Love the two songs I allready knew (Movin' on Up and Loaded). The rest is decent but not too memorable
Really like this! Very genuine and heartfelt. Right up my alley
Nice surprise. I had heard of Sade but never got into it. Well written, very smooth songs.
I can appreciate the existence of the Beastie Boys but an entire album is a bit much
One of my favourite rappers. This is one of his better albums. Has a few lows but overal an amazing piece of work
Not my thing
Wasn't familiar with the existence of this album. Came as a really nice surprise. Exactly what I hope to get from a Simon & Garfunkel record. Bit short but that's probably why it doesn't have any dull moments.
Just a very decent album with some nice highlights
Was probably very influential/groundbreaking at the time but it's not for me...
Could have gone without the skits but has some great flows
Classic. Nice album to return to every once in a while
Autobahn is fun for a while, not for 22 minutes. Not much else on this album
Way too experimental for me but has some nice moment every once in a while
Very forgetable. Gets an extra star for Life's A Gas
Nice album! Never had a proper introduction to Duran Duran. Solid all the way through. 3.5/5
Nice surprise. Very diverse and has some original sounds.
Find it hard to form an opinion on this. But I think I kinda like it?
I like it. The overly Britishness of Blur just appeals to me I guess.
I liked it but it also didn't leave an impression lasting more than a day. Onto the 3 star pile it goes!
Very nice album. Feels like textbook reggae but in a good way.
Did not know about these guys. Could have easily carried on that way
Great album, especially Lilac Wine and Corpus Christi Carol hit home for me
Took me a few listens to appreciate it. Sounds a bit like the Style Council, kinda nice