At first, before listening, it would be just like how some people described it: stereotypical electronic music. Now I don't know about that now, but still. But, I WAS EXTREMELY WRONG. First off, the synths are amazing, giving the sound of the album, and each and every song a hypnotic feel. It's a beam of intentionally making something sounds generic, into something emotional to some people. It's synths, the usage of the synths. It's a really solid album. Very soothing. Strong debut, and deserves to be in the list. TL;DR Synths, synths, synths.
Ah, yes the sound of blaring horns. Seriously though, one of the most progressive albums of all time (through my minuscule knowledge). It harsh, it's loud, and it's complex. but that's what it makes it great. The harshness of it is what makes the album amazing, a true originator of prog metal. (i.e. 21st Century Schizoid Man) Well, actually part of it is beautiful. Strange wording. Still, one of the greatest albums of all time.
I stand 'neath the Marquee Moon. I stand beneath this album. It sounds great, including the vocals. The guitar, and definitely influenced the Strokes.
It's ok. Run-of-the-mill 70s rock. IDK why, could be better.
Kinda surprised. Decent I guess. Although..... nvm