First track was strange. Why is the first track on an album almost always filler? Crosstown Traffic is an absolute banger. It’s weird that I’ve never actually listened to a Hendrix album.
This was an easy listen. Cat Stevens has a fairly unique voice and the music is pretty standard stuff. I’m sure it was much more unique then. Seems like singer/songwriters are everywhere now in this style. Again, I’d never listened to one of his albums completely. Always just the singles and popular cuts. Those are the best songs on this album but it was still a good listen.
I went in with high expectations because this is the kind of music I enjoy. I left with a mixed bag. 4 songs on this album are legitimate great. Shout, Broken, EWTRTW, and Head over Heels. The rest is absolute drivel. Not even a saxophone could save all of the one note filler. Still, 3 of these songs are absolute pop mainstays. That’s impressive.
This album is an absolute masterclass. I didn’t know I was a big George Harrison fan until today. Any album that has this much material is bound to have filler and it did but there’s so much to like here. No album should be 2 hours long though. That’s absurd.
Not for me.
This is absolutely amazing kitsch. The production is fantastic and Meat Loaf has great range.
Pretty solid album. First two tracks are great. The end gets a little flat but it works.
Really like this album. Fall at your feet is my favorite track but it’s all listenable. Introduced me to a new band I like.
Absolutely amazing production on this album. Couple that with a killer set of pipes and you get a very solid pop album. Rhythm Nation and Escapade are timeless jams. Rest of the album is more than solid. It’s not the type of music I listen to daily but I recognize excellent pop when I hear it.
Naw. This album isn’t it.
It was fine but not spectacular
I only listened to half. It was decent.
This is the first time I was completely bored from beginning to end. Dreadful
All the songs were short, sweet and inoffensive. Def. Not the best Beatles but it was good.
Since I’ve Been Loving You. 🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤
It had moments. Some of it was very listenable but Jarvis Cockers voice can be a little grating IMO.
Getting a little tired of the 90s Brit alternative stuff
This album is amazing. It was amazing then and always will be. It hits right off the rip and never lets up. Complete classic.
I like The Cure.
It made good background noise while cooking.
I actually enjoyed this more than I figured I would. It wasn’t amazing but the drum machine was cool and it rolled along.
This was very boring and uninspired imo.
This is Ska and I’m not a fan. I’ve heard worse but this just not really my kind of music.
This is a great alternative album. I’ve included it in my library.
I like this band but this isn’t the album I lean toward. The next two are much more complete.
I listened to this on my air pods at work. It was soothing and sounded good. Not very exciting but it was okay.
This was actually really good. I’d been meaning to give a listen for a long time.
Nick Cave wrote this album after losing his son. It’s beautiful and haunting. I’m glad I happened upon it. Absolutely stunning.
I didn’t need to even listen. I’ve heard this album 1000 times already. D’Angelo is a master of his craft and this album is a classic.
First time listening to Roxy music. I actually really enjoyed it.
Never been a fan of live albums
Maybe I’m getting old. This was just noise.
Close to perfection.