One of my all time favorites. Raw, emotional lyricism Track 13 “Endless, Nameless” gets a bad rap for being a bunch of noise, but sometimes listening to it just helps me sort out the confusion in my life—or at least provides a brief respite. Track 2 “In Bloom” is one of my personal favorites. I feel like I can wear isolation as a badge of honor. Track 5 “Lithium” literally reads my mind. I assume most people can say that about this one though. Overall an amazing album. Definitely somewhere in the top ten for me. I’m not sure if the world as a whole deserved this one.
Never been a big Joni Mitchell fan. Or pop/country fan for that matter. Listened through track 5 “Hejira.” Didn’t really care for it. Not bad—just not my taste. I suppose I’ll finish it. Doesn’t compare to “In Utero” or “No More Shall We Part”—in my humble opinion.
Tried a few of the songs—especially the singles—none of the stood out. Not a huge R&B fan.
I was never into Electronic music—but this album is really good. Reminds me of some of the instrumental works of Pink Floyd (similar to their Transitional period and Gilmour period) Overall loved the space-age theme.
Track 2 “Everybody Knows This is Nowhere” is probably my favorite. Very nostalgic, kind of melancholy. I already had “Harvest” downloaded making this my second Neil Young album. I’m liking him a lot more than I thought I would.