This is the classic Pearl Jam record. Vedder's voice is so on point.
This is mostly interesting as a peek into a moment in history, the early James Brown Show. The highlight is probably the introduction. There are a couple of fun performances, but honestly a lot of this pretty dated at this point 60 years later.
It was fun to hear the hit songs again. Half the album holds up pretty well, half suffers from poor songwriting. In the end, I did not need to hear this entire record. It is a cool album cover though.
I love this album from the very first line that "Jesus died for somebody's sins but not mine". The excitement in this music is still vibrant. The poetry and emotion and raw rock. Free Money and Redondo Beach are favorites but the whole record sparkles and crackles.
This the classic Belle and Sebastian chill vibe. Immediately recognizable. Judy and the Dream of Horses is a favorite on this record. And Like Dylan in the Movies.
This has some great songs, no doubt. But I tire of the sketches and the sometimes ridiculous over-the-top approach to writing these lyrics. And this loses a star just for Roger Waters being such a horrible jerk. I think if you could pare this back to a single (not double) album, avoid the worst parts and try to forget who Roger Waters is... and this would be a true classic.
Not my thing.
This still sounds so fresh. Love the bass lines. The slashing guitars. Floating synths. The vocals and lyrics. Excellent.
I like the vibe but it is not like I'd oftern or ever desire to hear this again.
Not my thing. Also the album cover freaks me out.
This was the fresh amazing sound of the B-52s that was never really repeated. This hasmy favorite songs. So fun.
Pleasant. This solidifies their standing as more than just a one-hit wonder. But not much more. And this record is way too long.
I love this album. It is a quintessential indie record. Mysterious, beautiful, melodic. It still sounds great in 2022.
Eminem is a great rapper. I don't love all the themes he chooses, the mysogeny and homophobia. The little skits don't interest me.
Classic Neil Young. I'm a fan.
I know it is a classic but I'd say a third of the songs are lesser Dylan songs in my book. Visions of Johanna is a favorite. Also Stuck Inside Mobile... it is really good but not my favorite byba long shot.
I get why it is on the list. But it is not that interesting to me.
It was a pleasant short country album.
This absolutely should not be on this list. Not good.
Lovely to hear.
It is okay. Not so amazing.
This holds up great.
Fun to hear once. I can't imagine I ever listen again.
Classic. Some of my favorite Nirvana songs.
Such a great debut album. Fun start to finish. Not many Southern Rock albums can match this.
This album is so much better than I recalled. It still sounds fantastic from a production point ov view. Great pop rock. Probably a 4.5 but I feel generous today.
Praise You is fun. There are not many other fun moments.
Love the feeling of this.
It is an interesting hodge podge. Not every song works for me. And the overall concept is not clear on one listen anyway. The best songs are the hits but really who ever needs to hear Bohemian Rhapsody again?
Pretty good but too long. I got bored after awhile.
Loved it. The artestry and pagentry and drama.
It has a blistering first half I loved. The second half might be better with more listens, but it was not as good as the first half.
Cute to hear once.
Fun to hear this again. I would add a half star if I could.
Kinda fun. Kinda.
One of my all time favorites
Better than I thought it would be, but it seems pretty generic to me.
No Neil Young....but still lots of classics here. It reminds me of high school. It was old then, it sounds pretty dated now. There are just a couple songs that were fun to hear again, like Teach Your Children
I mean, it has a couple good songs that I never want to hear again and also whatever, man.
enjoyable. i need to listen more.
A fun listen, lots of different styles meshed together. I somehow missed this when it was new.
Her voice and emotion and words. The fierceness and honesty. Love Fiona. Great album.
The communication here is very ill.
Classic Lou Reed. Quirky, odd, melodic, silly, brilliant
Never heard it before. Probably won't again.
Still fresh and on point in 2022
Still fresh and on point in 2022
It was a bizarre ride. I liked it but it also was sillly innwqys thatbdo not hold up and can be grating. Glad to hear it but it is not a classic.
Love to here her voice. The material is not uniformly great but it was a pleasant ride.
Stooges play StoogeMusic
Not for me
This is essential.
Fun but is dated.