(Pronounced 'Leh-'Nérd 'Skin-'Nérd)Lynyrd Skynyrd
Easy to listen too, great as vibes, I want to learn trouble on the piano. I remember hearing the song yellow a lot on the radio and in general. I think my favorite song is sparks or dont panic.
So 80s and kinda anti capitalism. I liked to listen to it while doing homework cause it was energy inducing
Ehhhhh good to hear
So jazzy, not like mind blowing but he has some nice music
They r so quirky, dance white boy dance !!!!
Great super 90s, angie recommended it to me lol
Bones and All sound track !!!!! Surprised it came out in the 80s because this reminds me of the 2000s, their commercials and all the other songs that sound like it know. I wish I heard it in the context when it came out
Songs are kinda short, decent grunge, or just sounds normal I guess
It was so…… ethereal. I recognized some songs in it. The songs were so detailed? Like layered and the beats sounded like little pops. Bjork voice is so unique but sometimes it feels like it goes against the beats and instruments.
So goth, so, 80s? Drums and synths, the lyrics aren’t impactful to me but I never pay attention to lyrics anywag
rock dad music
Love the Mexican influence! Vintage quality, the tunes are very similar but the stories r great
Great, catchy, sixties spy vibe, German for some reason
I LOVE THE GORILLAAZZZZ
JANIS JOPLIN EVERYONE super hippie vibes super 60s lsd sweaty yellow smoke filled rooms and people saying man after the end of every sentence
Honestly not a fan of folk music, maybe one day it’ll change, but I like vashti Bunyan more than them lol
So silly and honestly not really catchy at all, if it’s silly the music has to be good too !!
LUCILLE sounds just like pretty woman !!! I really like Cathy’s Clown because of the unique sound. Everything else sounds like something else, but they did it first so I guess it was unique at the time! I don’t listen to Simon and Garfunkel that much so idk their inspo from this, but I do hear what the Beatles have taken from it.
this reminds me of parrapa, this is the quirkiest rap i've heard. the samples are great, and I think its just fun to listen to.
I couldn’t find the album on Spotify but I found it on YouTube. This is definitely what inspired city pop, the bass is so good, the songs are catchy and easy to listen too. It’s all about love and Anita’s voice is so sweet.
The minute I heard the first song I though ok David bowieee, I didn’t kno Iggy pop made China girl. The music was cool I liked it
I feel so bad but I really don’t get folk rock and that 60s folksy stuff. It reminds me of Godspell and pretentious people. But Tim has a really good voice especially hitting the high notes it’s like two different people singing. No song stood out to me but it was nice to hear in the background.
Meh it’s The Beach Boys !
He was young when he wrote this, and I wonder what he experience to be inspired to write this. I really like when he uses the electric guitar, and I really don’t enjoy the harmonica as much. There are some catchy songs on this album tho
They are definitely groovy. I think they were influenced by blues. I like the folksy joke song at the end. Every song is really great I liked it.
definitley punk, not really memorable but reminds me of art rock, or velvet underground.
I like the album, her voice is nice and it has a punk kind of melody. I like the way she experiments with her lyrics but its hard to understand a bit. I think its cool so many artists were inspired by her, and I feel like I would listen to this album more.
I got a Niel young vibe from some of the songs, I really liked The Mind of love. her music sounds really great for being in a car and just vibing. I could see some songs as being in the soundtrack for a movie. Its just nice to listen to.
I like how there was a story behind this one, the samples were cool and most of the songs were catchy.
Whghh not really my vibe but it is energetic and the lead singer sounds hot
sounds kind of flat? I dont know much about drum machines and synths so I just assume its from the technology of the time and experimentation. Anyway the drums go hard on all the songs. Its an energetic vibe but also sounds sad. The bass also sounds great on the songs. Also, I feel like so many indie songs sort of sound like this album! they were definitely the blue print. Although it does sound a little dated, and maybe a little repetitive at points, i still enjoyed the album.
all the songs are very catchy, although some were not as memorable as others, i really did like golden hour and the cowboy song. Easy to listen to.
honestly didn't like it too much, i dont really like his voice, and the songs are a little boring
So good it reminds me of my dad, he used to listen to this album all the time. All of the songs are so memorable, and I feel like its sometime I will come to see as more complex as time goes on.
I like the songs, but they just werent attention grabbing for me.
This has a classic 80s sound, I feel like people who really love sci fi stuff in the 80s wouldve loved this as well.
Marquee moon is a really great song, I thought that Franz ferdinand was inpired by them so I looked it up and they were, but the leader of the band said he didn't like Television and thought it the comparisons were annoying. Anyway I think television is one of those blueprint bands that everyone has taken inpiration from. The singer also sounds like David Byrne.
folksy, lots of talk about maidens. This feels close to that medieval revival type music, but I think its still more like american folk music. I wonder how many people were inspired by her, but I don't think I would listen to the songs often. After reading her wiki page she is a great person, and I love that she was an activist.
I think its insane they wrote the soundtrack for her which has Song on the Beach and I LOVE THAT SONNG. Anyway these are some nice indie vibes, they reminds me of the Perks of Being a wallflower and they make me think of weddings with mason jars and twine lol. I think they were the blue print for this style of white people music. also like the lighter version of joy division. Also I feel some Black Country New Road kind of vibe to some of the songs. I bet they were inspired by Arcade Fire, or its kinda folky.
Very artsy fartsy, I liked it
Iconic, catchy, I didn't grow up around rock music that much so I only recognize more than a feeling which I heard on the radio all the time even though it was the 2000s. Anyway, I have this record but I haven't gotten along to listening to it, rock isn't really my thing but it is energetic and movie like.
love the samples used and the vibe is great