(Pronounced 'Leh-'Nérd 'Skin-'Nérd)Lynyrd Skynyrd
Music to empty the bar.
Music to empty the bar.
What has not been said about this one? A masterpiece to have in any collection.
This is just a perfect album. The last couple of songs always give me goosebumps.
I prefered Slider over that one. Interesting listen but did not quite stick with me.
Mellow mellow country. Nothing I like in there.
The singles played over so much that I don't like em anymore, I even skipped Paranoid. But that listen made me discover some other songs on that album that flew under the radar and are well worth a listen.
Not my style at all to say the least. 80s punk vocals mixed with cheesy radio lyrics. No Thanks.
Psych Folk rock, Beatles vibe, some experimental stuff with horns and strings. Great stuff especially considering the era it was made in. Definitely will get back to this I was a nice discovery.
Nice discovery for me, title track was quite a trip and the rest of the album was some nice funk.
You can feel this is the birth of punk. Dirty rock&roll rockabilly kinda stuff. Iggy Pop doing what Iggy does. The bad sound quality kinda ruins the whole thing for me though, I get it, this was the 70s and all, but yeah.
80s pop music at it's worst
art-blues? zappa like sounds on some songs but very bluesy
Funk indeed Pretty fun listen, I would buy this record if I stumbled on it
Soundtrack feeling, some nice songs amongst it, didnt dislike it but still not a discovery.
Some interesting Sex Pistols vibes in there, Johnny Rotten being equal to himself in terms of his singing. The album feels a bit all over the place though and lacks a direction. Im probably not going back to that one.
Blending reggae with grunge-like guitars then going all easy-listening pop all of a sudden in the first 3 songs.
As with most PF albums, the hit single is my least favorite song of the album. Nevertheless this is an album that represents everything Pink Floyd did right, the atmosphere, the solos, the songwrinting in general. This one definitely earned its place in the top of all times.
Mama mia, mama mia let me go! Another timeless classic, especially on Bohemian Rapshody (it doesnt have 2 billion plays on spotify for nothing) Though must of the songs on that album were new to me, Im pretty sure I heard "In love with my car" before. It's a nice album but some songs had me faze out a bit. Sometimes it seems like they focused more on studio gimmicks than the actual songs.
Ambiant electronica with an experimental feel. I liked it.
Way out of my comfort zone but interesting none the less. Very militant, revendicative. 100 times better than whatever I heard in that style recently.
Generic indie rock, reminds me of some bands I like, but I did not like this one.
80s drums with nice bass lines, but still 80s pop that did not age well... not something im going back to
Funny 80s pop punk record, nothing ground breaking in there but still an easy listen.
Not my kind of beat, electro-rock something? Decently produced but still not something I enjoy.
Some great Young vibes in there. A nice album I would probably revisit.
Not my style, sound is good and you can tell the production is polished but... ooooof
A jazz rock masterpiece and easily in my top 5 by Frank the great.
It does not annoy me, which is a lot to say about an hiphop album. Not my cup of tea but I can understand it's an important piece in the history of hip-hop.
Classic country, not for me.
Blondie was a punk! Aside from the overplayed hit singles this is a pretty fun album.
Great sounding but weird at times. Its no OK Computer but it is still something I can enjoy in small doses.
Great rock album.
A masterpiece in their discography IMO
Nice voice and talented guitarist, yet a boring album to me with no real highlights.
Some nice folk rock, reminded me of Fleetwood Mac often.
Layla and other blues songs. Some nice tracks in there, some fillers...
Interesting listen, got tired of it towards the end, but otherwise interesting sounding electronic music.
Some mellow folk rock, lots of Dylan songs in there. Not my goto but not bad either.
Hard to beat this one in the Offspring discography. Almost all bangers, reminds me of my youth.
Aside from Free Form Guitar that was a little irritating, this is a solid album. Set the basis for the band and what it would become. Their second album is stronger than this one but this is still some fantastic music IMO.
The perfect 2-tone album. This started the 2nd wave and lots of good things would've never existed if it wasnt for The Specials.
Great sound for a live album, I really enjoyed the jam feel to this blues record. I would buy a copy if I stumble upon it.
Pretty bland stuff, not my bag.
A fun grunge punk album, I can see where the Distillers took their sound though.
Good sounding record, but did not like it
Music to empty the bar.
Def not my style
One strong Yes album, easily in my top 5.
Some classic tunes in there, a bunch of them I heard before but didnt know who sang them. Overall a nice rock-pop mellow album, very late 60s vibe.
I can't get into it, gave up midway.
Great album. listened to it twice and it is now on my wantlist. This sounds like a lot of things, jazz, funk, latin music, reggae, etc. I don't know the first thing on afrobeat but if this is it I want more.
Great album by the Pixies, a lot of classics in there. Removed a star because the last couple songs (after Where is my mind) are a bit weak in comparison.
Feels like generic radio rock to me. Nothing I enjoy in there, I did not finish the album.
A true classic of the HC-Punk wave. A fun listen too. A bit short though, and the sound is pretty bad, but thats to be expected.
Interesting sounds, though it is not my style at all I did enjoy what I heard for the most part. Nice discovery.
Song 2 was great, but the rest of the album is quite meh
While I understand the significance, I cannot get much into this. The sound is quite odd, the obvious 'it's live' things get old at some point. Id prefer 'cleaner' Cash albums personally.
I forgot how fun that album was, listened to it a bunch back in the day. Enjoyed my listen.
"Hate To Say I Told You So" is an instant nostalgia hit for me. "Main offender" also rings a bell Overall a quite fun album.
The one and only, an album one cannot ommit. Paranoid Android remains one of my favorite songs of all times. This album sounds so great, most the songs are spotless. I removed a star because it gets a tad bit long towards the end of the record.
Not the best sounding of their albums but still a masterpiece of the prog era.
While this is a bit different from where they were headed, you can still see the shape of things to come. An essential album for anyone interested in PF.
Quite a fun listen, I know nothing when it comes to that style so I'll keep my analysis to myself. Nonetheless I had a good time listening to that album.
Aside from the biggest songs this is fairly bland rock IMO
I knew them already, a great sound but a bit repetitive