Sounds just like The Tragically Hip. Favorite track was The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight. Definitely appreciated it more on the second listen, and will definitely revisit again when the mood strikes.
I can definitely appreciate her talent and contribution to music. Respect will always be a great song. However, I am rating on personal enjoyment and this album is just simply not aligned with my taste. I will probably not listen again.
This was pleasant, but it mostly floated by like a lot of the light-sounding classic rock tends to. Good Time Boy was the fun standout track for me. I’m likely to re-visit in the future and become more familiar, but it hasn’t completely gripped me just yet.
This was so much fun to listen to. It definitely wasn’t my usual genre or style but I had a blast listening to it. Stupid Marriage was my favorite track, but I will definitely be revisiting this album.
It wasn’t bad, but I just didn’t have a lot of fun listening to it and had no standout songs to remark on. It just floated by.
I enjoyed this a lot after one cursory listen. It’s pretty typical for the genre musically, but I did hear some interesting lyrics I’d like to pay more attention to in the future.
I dig it, and I never thought I'd enjoy Elvis. I can see myself revisiting this often now that I've given it a chance.
Pleasant rock that floated by but felt like it had very little emotion. I think I enjoyed Tall Trees the most. Reminded me of a lot of other alternative music from the era that I can enjoy listening to but not really find impactful, unique or worth visiting a bunch of times.