Bringing It All Back HomeBob Dylan
Too much harmonica
Too much harmonica
A very entertaining album to listen to filled with classic hits
Very smooth and great to listen to while studying. I think in other settings it would also be equally as good. Nice Jazz, would've potentially enjoyed more singing though
Freedom is a really good song but besides that the album isn't great. Lots of slow and uninteresting songs, and not much diversity.
Although I can appreciate the political and social messages given in the album, it still isn't good. All of the songs sound the same, and the background music is not very interesting. Still too much harmonica
Not as many highs as I'd expect, but the lows aren't very low. Paint It, Black and I Am Waiting are standouts that raise my opinion on the album. Also, Going Home is a good song to end an album. Overall pretty average.
Nice mellow album. Why does it always rain on me is a highlight but nothing else stands out too much
Happy When it Rains and Down on Me are both very good feel good songs. A very pleasant listening experience. The mellow rock is both calming and uplifting
Entertaining album that is high pace and enjoyable throughout. I believe that it is a bit too long and dragged out. I also thought the more rap heavy songs were not as good as the singing ones
Highlights: Freddies Dead, change, ma and pa. The album is a little all over the place but the instrumentals are always exciting and its a fun and interesting album that is enjoyable to listen to
Not very good. Might have influenced a music genre but it was pretty hard to listen to. I would not willingly listen to a single song on this album again.
I might have gone in with too high expectations, but it wasn't as good as I expected. I think there are a good amount of really good songs on this album, but they're diluted with overly poppy songs that don't fit super well. Favorite songs on the album were: Welcome to New York, I Wish You Would, and I Know Places
Although I would not listen to it very album, this is a great album. It reminds me of being at a Phish concert, where the band is just jamming and playing their instruments super well the whole time. Good background music
Amazing album. Every song is a hit and enjoyable to listen to. Not only that, they all go together and make for an amazing listening experience. My only complaint is that the last song, Endless, Nameless, is quite bad. It is the only song that doesn't fit with the other songs on the album.
Pretty solid funk music. Good background/study music
Nice ambient background music with soothing vocals. Very calming and nice to listen to. Not overly interesting though. The songs "The Noise of Carpet" and "Slow Fast Hazel" really stand out
Great listen. Nice upbeat music that makes you happy
Great listen. A nice cohesive album that anyone could listen to and enjoy
Pretty average rock music. Doesn't seem like anything super special or anything that should be in this book/list
Sounds like a typical 80s album but was not very enjoyable. None of the songs were truly bad they were all just mediocre
Its a fine and peaceful album. Would potentially listen to it again, but no songs really stood out
Not very good. Would never really listen to it. The singing is too dramatic and I think the instruments are dull and unexciting
Thought it was a little strange and not super interesting. The songs were outdated and not super enjoyable. Too dramatic
A very raw album about a girl and her insecurities. There is no specific song that stands out but the album as a whole is very good and meaningful.
Beautiful background music but the singing is terrible. The vocals attempt to be overdramatic and powerful, where a subtle, soft voice would've been much more fitting
An entertaining rock album with great instrumentals. The instruments really made this album, with the songs Child in Time and Flight of the Rat being my favorite
Thought it was solid, had some nice instrumentals. Vocals weren't amazing but overall fairly mediocre
This is a very good album. There are some major highlights : Changes, Oh! You Pretty Things, and Life on Mars? are very very good. The first half of the album is significantly better though, and there is a couple duds on the album
Thought it was a solid album. I particularly enjoyed Live and Let Live and You Set the Scene. The instrumentals are what shine in this album
A feel good album full of enjoyable songs
An album full of great songs. Very powerful and is carried by Adele's vocals. I especially liked the songs I hadn't heard before, such as I'll be Waiting and One and Only.
Pretty good feel good album. Liked every song except Runaway Child, Running Wild. Although I may never listen to the album again, it was an enjoyable listen
Has some pretty solid feel good songs on it but overall is mainly overdramatic and theatrical
Fairly nice and relaxing music but it really isn't anything special and the vocals don't really add anything.
Not a fan of old acoustic. I find it boring with dull instrumentals.
Although I will probably never listen to it again, this album was enjoyable and relaxing
Very enjoyable listen. Nice low key and happy music. Especially enjoyed Lovefool. Will definitely listen to this album again.
Really nice and enjoyable album. Would definitely listen again. Was very thrown off when he said the n word though
A enjoyable listen punk album that feels ahead of its time
I really enjoy this album. It is action packed and exciting but also soothing. I enjoy the vocals and the instruments. My only complaint is that there isn't too much variety between the song. favorite songs: The View from the Afternoon, Mardy Bum, When the Sun Goes Down, From the Ritz to the Rubble.
So many great songs on this album. Alright, King Kunta, Wesley's Theory, The Blacker the Berry to name a few. Kendrick mixes rap and jazz to create a groundbreaking album. It is a critique of society, race relations, and much more
Solid blues type album. Let me love you is a highlight
Sai Dessa and Aprednendo A Jogar are groovy hits. I also enjoy Tiro Ao Alvaro. Extremely soothing and relaxing album that can get funky at times
Pretty good album. It was calm and soothing, sounded like what would be played at a classy 1950s party. I enjoyed it but wouldn't listen to it much. Favorite song: Whirly-Bird
Gonna be honest I didn't listen to much of it but I'm just not a fan of this type of music. The dramatic 80s gothic rock is not for me
Was somewhat enjoyable to listen to but wasn't nearly as good as the last Elvis Costello album I listened to
Solid older rock album. It was enjoyable, with nice instruments and not too dramatic. I especially enjoyed the songs "Just What I Needed" and "My Best Friend's Girl"
Pretty solid electric music. I may never listen to it again but I enjoyed it. Gives the feel of a 90s club. I imagine that this was a quite influential album for the electric scene Favorite songs: Magical Dream, Pacific 202
Its ok to listen to but not super enjoyable. Not really any hits and its mainly pretty dull
Was not really a fan. I thought the obsession with murder was weird. I did listen to it while studying so maybe I would've enjoyed it more if I was able to listen to the stories more
Nice, soothing music that you'd expect from Marvin Gaye. Highlights of the album are Lets Get It On and Keep Gettin it On
Thought it was pretty good. I enjoy their style of rock. The heavy bass hits nice. Really disliked the song its true we love one another. Really liked Seven Nation Army, Black Math, and Hypnotize
This album surprised quite a bit. I expected a bad/boring experience but it was the opposite. The music is upbeat and great. The vocals typically didn't detract from the song and sometimes added. In the worst songs, they were repetitive and the vocals were annoying. The best songs had groovy beatlines and were awesome. Favorites: Kingsize, Fantastic Day, Baked Beans Dislikes: Snow Girl, Ski Club
Enjoyed the music. It was experimental without being too far out there. I enjoyed it quite a bit. I especially enjoyed How to Disappear Completely and Optimistic. I really disliked the song idioteque
Its an okay album, there are a lot of subpar to bad songs. Despite this there are some hits. Sweet Dreams is great, and wrap it up and somebody told me are also solid. The song Jennifer was quite bad
It was a very nice album. Great singing with nice music as well. I'm not sure I'll ever listen to it again, but it was good. No songs stuck out as really good, but none as bad either
Felt everything was boring and uninteresting. The vocals were fairly soulless pop and the instrumentals were also nothing special
It is a nice album to listen to but I'll never listen to it again. Each song is kind of a worse version of you've got a friend in me. No standouts on this album (bad or good)
Very good album. Each beat is amazing and each feature delivers. The lyricism and word play is a strong highlight of the album. Every song is good