Really chill Brit-Pop album, really good sounds, singer left something to be desired, but that's honestly just my personal preference for vocals
Hailed as the best Meatloaf album for good reason. Too many ballads in my opinion (3 for a 7 song album). However, powerful vocals, good songwriting, and evocative imagery definitely make this a remarkable album. Add that I'm not a fan of Meatloaf in general, and that makes this something special for sure.
This album is going to be next go to for either farming in a game or getting work done. Very chill, spacious, and otherwordly. Entirely ahead of its time as well, considering this is from the 70s. I can already hear parts of this album that other artists took inspiration from in their own songs. Bizarre and ethereal with driving beats. A new background favorite.
An album I've already heard, and definitely enjoy. Outstanding sound, especially for the time, and absolutely iconic.
A passable album, not my favorite, but not bad
It's definitely a House album
Didn't end up finishing it. It simply wasn't my thing and I just didn't enjoy the lead vocals at all.
A must listen if you're into challenging, experimental albums. I can't even begin to imagine how challenging the recording and mixing process was on this album back in the 60s without the benefit of modern techniques. Truly a concept album before concept albums, with all the Zappa bizareness you would expect.
Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothing To Fuck With.
Interesting funk/groove electronica. Not my style though
Outstanding mixing/recording, and the voice of a songbird. Lovely soft lyrics, and a mix of piano, sax, and guitar that is simply sublime.
Fantastic, ahead of its time Space Rock album. Phenomenal