"The Man Who" made a bummer album
Enjoyable listen once through of "honkytonk" music. I guess this is just another word for people who liked to drink and dance back in the day?
OK album---enjoyed the Not Dark Yet track.
A few slaps and a few snoozes
I enjoyed this album, just because of how much was going on in it. A lot of weird sounds. Reminded me a lot of Radiohead. Apparently won album of the year over OK computer. Also, seems to be before Kid A came out---this album definitely influenced the end of "The National Anthem".
Nice jazz with an interesting style. Enjoyed the first and third track.
Major Courtney Love vibes with no memorable songs.
A few classic songs but I can't get behind the majority.
I'm not in love with the coco. Forgettable alt rock.
I am becoming more cynical with these albums. Nothing memorable here.
All blended together
A lot of mediocre stuff. Lots of it.
Jaco Pastorius fretless bass playing is pretty cool, but nothing too interesting on this album. Took me about five tracks before I even realized it was him.
Its blues, its live, people are yelling. Probably a big deal for its time, but can't say its incredible.
Not my new favorite, maybe yours. Low effort songs.
This album has like eight + slappers and is peak eminem. It pains me to let you know: I like this album.
Some of these songs sound like they are off beat, or as if a specific drum is off beat. Sounds sloppy. I just can't get behind the weird 80's dance vibe.
Honestly not the strongest album, but I love the sound of S&G and there are at least three SLAPS on this album that hold weight to this day.
Sounds like other albums we've listened to before. Avant-garde just to be different, no real musical direction. No style. Couldn't pick this band out in the crowd.
Big shaq. Boom. Ya dun now. Quik maths Funny stuff, two stars for the novelty.
No memorable songs.
A fine album, nothing special when taken at face value, but cool to think that this was the emergence of a new genre of jazz that was more subdued than bebop. Kind of Blue is much more memorable, but this was fine. Three stars.
I'll do the chicken fajitas please. Black please Flour. Thank you!
Couldn't get past the first two songs YIKES
Bold as love is my favorite Hendrix song. I cannot believe he can play that song and sing at the same time. Fantastic album from front to back.
A slapper of the album. Your time is gonna come is a very under rated song.
Award winning, Grammy nominated, shop tunes album
I like Lorde. None of these were slaps, but was fine to listen to. Interesting. She's got a distinct style.
Dad used to play these songs all the time. Stan Getz. Hate them all. Brazilian Bosanova and shove it
Talking heads can also shove it
I bopped to this
I just cannot get behind this Talking-heads-esque music. Track 1 is the only highly listened to song on this album and it sounds exactly the same for nearly six minutes. Track two sounds identical to the talking heads. These songs go nowhere and have no "peaks and valleys". Could not finish.
First song = classic youtube/reels song. Could not make it past song three.
This album is one of my favorites. It has a fantastic alternative rock style which combines low-effort musicianship with mature song writing. Has this free feel which I really like. Cut Your Hair is a classic ear worm. Stephen Malkmus is the Bob Dylan of mid 90's alt rock---if you can get over his terrible voice there's some great songs.
First song hit so hard---love the stooges. But the rest were kind of bland. You could see the wheels turning, but their next album, Raw Power, has much better songwriting. Right here its just somewhat forgettable protopunk.
Changed the world...but not in this album.
This is my favorite robert zimmerman album
Strong two star. Nothing terribly memorable, but some interesting songs there.
What's not to like about this album? The Golden Slumbers -> The End is one the most fantastic endings to album of all time, Harrison gets more songwriting time on this album with two slaps: Something and Here comes the sun. Also worth noting: we previously listened to A Hard Day's Night, which came out in 1964. This album, five years later, is completely unrecognizable from that era of Beatles. Five years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Name another band which had such a rapid career arc. You can't!
A pretty nice album.
Dont remember a single song
Never have gone through and listened to the whole thing. Quite a few good songs on here.
What the fuck is this
I thought this was going to a Pyromania level album, but it turned out to be a bit of a dud. Was excited for the mega-shop-tunes. Still not terrible.
Unexpected Gem, one of the first from this list.
This album has Rolling Stone and that's it. Kind of a stinker. Rolling Stone is absolutely iconic though, and still slaps to this day.