Lots of really good songs. Felt 20-30 years ahead of its time. Personal highlights are Eleanor Rigby, Love You To, and Tomorrow Never Knows
Sonically really good, songs just dragged on too long
Idk it seems well put together but Acid/Dance Rock isn’t my thing and it was all pretty forgettable
Really good boom-bap 90s hip hop. Thoroughly enjoyable, although there are a few songs not as gripping as the others
Really interesting Brit-pop precursor. While none of the songs were something I’ll listen to forever, they sounded well-made and cohesive.
Pretty good, interesting guitar (especially solos), drumming, and bass lines. Mixing felt really weird, with the music being much quieter than vocals.
Very good album, with a subtle and striking sound. Some absolute classic songs.
Pretty interesting proto-alt/punk album that has aged pretty well