Too long, not very interesting
Love the punk style
Classic Madonna, took me back to my childhood listening to 80s music
Classic soul, easy to listen to but I feel like it is not exactly what I want to listen to while working which is when I listen to these albums.
I enjoyed the synth music, got a little too repetitive after several tracks
Beautiful music, not so much of a fan of the ambient noise alongside the music
Too boring to listen all the way through
Groovy, easy to listen to, great voice
Not my taste, the music isn’t bad but I can’t really stand her voice for long
Too slow for my tastes
Cool bluesy feel, added to my music
Classic Brit 60s rock
Beautiful voice, I’m not much of a country fan
Fun 60s rock
I usually enjoy electronic music but there are too many high pitched squeaky noises for me to make it through many of the tracks
Love starting my day off with some good old thrash metal
Classic 80s rap, the music isn’t the greatest by 2023 standards but it’s all about the lyrics
Jazzy, voice goes up and down constantly and it’s just not my taste
Today I learned I actually do like bossa nova
Wish You Were Here will forever be one of my absolute favorite songs. This album is incredible from start to end.
Some catchy guitar riffs, grungy vocals
Classic glam metal, saw them live a few years ago and they still rock hard, this album took me right back to that concert
Pretty much exactly what you expect when you think 60s psychedelic rock. I didn’t know the electric jug is an instrument but that definitely adds a unique sound to the album
*yawn* I’m only 3 songs in and already bored out of my mind. Let me play the title track and see if it’s any different. Nope, still bored.
He’s called “The Boss” for a reason, Born to Run is definitely one of the reasons.
Relaxing piano music, great for background music while working.
Strange definitely sums it up. Not really my cup of tea
Groovy. Wish this album was longer than 4 songs.
Recognized the band name from my emo days in high school but never listened to them before. I love this pop-rock sound.
I’ve never been too big of a Neil Young fan. This is very raw and kind of catchy at times but just not my thing.
High energy, fun to listen to
Catchy, very pop Beatles-ish
Absolute classic, easily one of the best albums of all time
Classic punk, what more can you say
All the songs sound the same, nothing too exciting
Wilco is a band name I’ve heard many times and never listened to for some reason. Im glad I finally took the time to listen to this album, very 90s alternative.
Added to my music after listening, I previously only knew The Message but the whole album is great. It’s A Shame hits so hard even 40+ years later.
Meh. Nothing too exciting in my opinion.
Classic 60s Britpop. Nothing too exceptional but still a fun listen
Groovy. Experimental done well.
It’s always great to see albums already in your collection show up on here. Classic 90s prog rock
Chill hip hop
Fun album, recognized Roadrunner from School of Rock with Jack Black
Not really into the vocals, can’t stand to listen past the first couple of songs
I normally don’t like Neil Young but this album is pretty good, I actually enjoyed Vampire Blues enough to add to my music
Went into this only knowing the title track, okay album but probably won’t give most songs another listen
Good beats, not a huge fan of the vocals on all of the tracks
Take On Me will forever be a nostalgia favorite so this is off to a good start. All catchy songs, exactly what I expected from a mid 80s album.
So full of soul, great listening.
I’m just not into being told a long story while listening to a song. Beautiful voice but just not my cup of tea.
The singles are really the only songs on this album worth a second listen, everything else is boring with how similar it all sounds.
Old school, I love it.
Lovely for background music, but kind of boring for 20+ minute long songs.
I previously have only heard Weird Fishes, I’m glad to hear the whole album. Very well done, chill music.
Very 90s. I’m not a huge fan of Courtney’s vocals but the music is good for a one time listen.
Nothing exactly groundbreaking to come out of the 60s
Beautiful instrumentation but so boring otherwise
I couldn’t make it past the first two songs, I feel like I’m listening to a depressing Disney movie soundtrack
Love the keyboard and grungy vocals
Full of energy, sounds like a fun concert. But that doesn’t excuse JLL being a racist pedophile, I can’t see past that.
Great album, have only heard one song previously in a movie but definitely worth the listen
Love The Pretenders, great album
I normally don’t like The Smiths that much but I haven’t heard this album so let’s see…first song and Morrissey is growling at me? Oh wait, he’s still doing it in the second song. He finally stopped growling but my opinion of The Smiths hasn’t changed, nothing incredible or groundbreaking.