Love Ramble On, but I think I've cooled on Led Zeppelin's overall style since I listened to them so much on Q104.3 when I was in high school.
This is great. Forgot about The Clap; I think my uncle used to play it when I was growing up. Not sure I knew about Yours Is No Disgrace.
Eh. Fine, but not doing much for me. Kinda relaxed, noodly sound, whereas I tend to go for catchy hooks and big climaxes. The actual song Bewilderbeast has a good hook. Liked it more as I got into it.
Didn't do much for me.
Seems fine, but didn't do much for me. Made it through 2.5 songs. I also wasn't a huge fan of the Arctic Monkeys, so.
Love how it kicks off. Only started listening more actively to jazz recently, beginning with Thelonious Monk, then branching out into Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, etc, but somehow the various algorithms didn't spit out Count Basie. Anyway, enjoyed the swingy feel.
Opening track ("Young Lust") feels kinda dated and boring. Also repetitive. Also not really into "Love In An Elevator." Still really love "Janie's Got A Gun," though. And "Dulcimer Stomp" is kind of cool.
Some good tracks, but I never quite jived with their overall sound. A lot of this album has great energy and catchy hooks, but it also feels joyless. Saw some stuff online comparing them to The Strokes and The White Stripes, and I think I feel similarly about their sound.
I like this feel in general, but don't think I'll often be in the mood for a full album's worth.
Bunch of really great tracks here, including Ripple, which is my favorite Dead song. In fact, as someone who only knew the band kind of tangentially, I think this album has almost all of the songs I was familiar with. Anyway, Ripple, Truckin', Sugar Magnolia, Friend of the Devil, all great.
I enjoyed recognizing how Eno has influenced lots of other artists down the line. I'd been rewatching Sex Education, and it felt like some of Ezra Furman's stuff took inspiration. But I wasn't really hooked by most of the actual stuff on the album. Might need to relisten at some point.
Pretty solid. Again, interesting to recognize later artists who may have been influenced by their style. The title track reminds me a Modest Mouse song. That being said, I don't think there's much I'd go back for.
I hadn't heard of this band before. I liked how strongly "70s" it felt, but nothing really grabbed me. Might need to relisten.