Interesting AFro-Brazilian album. Kinda jazzy
Folky, with interesting harmonies. Inconsistent quality. Kinda meh.
Early funk. Songs are really short, and don't have a lot of variety between them.
I can hear a lot of the songs in later albums foreshadowed in this one.
Classic songs that sound very much the same
Pretty much what you'd expect from the Smiths. Not my cup of tea.
Beautiful and so easily recognized. Might as well be a greatest hits album.
Kinda meh - not my type of music
More jazzy than I expected, but still great
A refreshing return to "classic Beck"
feels like Bosstones without the soul
weird collection of what feels like free-form, somewhat spoken-word, often oddly specific-to-topic and political
I was expecting to only know "Me and Bobby McGee", but there were other familiar songs, too. "Move Over", "Cry Baby" and others are standouts. Much more rockin' than I had expected, frankly. The band is great!
I love this album. Brings me back to my younger adulthood.
Consistently good throughout, only one or two songs that aren't absolute bangers.
Reminiscent of mid-career Beatles, with a bit more guitar twang.
Shades of a stripped-down Debbie Harry, with a slight touch of punk.
"Call the Police" was pretty good, with an engaging melody and backing rhythm. "Oh Baby", the other "highly rated track", was pretty dull, standard drum-machine and bass electronica. The other dogs fall in between a bit - interesting lyrics on some, but musically uninspired.
Getting a lot of "early Tracy Chapman" crossover. Nice funk vibes, too.
So many classic songs! Just as sweet and folk-y , but with more trippy embellishments than I remember.
More mellow and folkier than expected. Really not seeing what all the fuss is about.
Much more analog rock feeling (elec guitar, bass, drums) than I expected.
Nice slice of Bowie's earlier work, including a few classics. Some clunkers in the mix, too.
kind of sub-par for Stevie Wonder - a bit too meandering and not terribly focused.
Basically a greatest hits live
One knockout song, and the rest a bit ho-hum