The definitive Eminem. This album made him a legend.
I have never been an Aerosmith fan. Their songs are earworms to me. It is cool to know where so many of their big hits came from--this album--and hear all the deeper cuts. This album isn't going to make it into my rotation, but it was an almost historical listen.
For some reason, Wilco is huge in my hometown. A few Wilco songs grab me, but for the most part, I don't care for the rest of them. After hearing this album, I discovered the origins of some of those Wilco songs. I also did a little Googling to learn more about Woodie Guthrie, who I only know by name. I was impressed at how many songs are on this album and how many cameos there are.
This is not my style of music, but holy cow, the beats are catchy.
I can see why people love Morrissey. I didn't recognize many of these songs, but it had that traditional Morrissey sound.
One of my all-time faves, no matter how tragic it is. So good, we traveled to Amy Winehouse's local bar in her hometown!
One of my top albums of all time. Glad to see it on this list. My wife would argue that my love of Fiona Apple's "Tidal" is a large part of why I married her. Hauntingly beautiful (I think that's the phrase you use to describe Fiona Apple), sexy, and moody all spring to my mind, too, when I need to describe this collection of songs. The amount of effort that goes into the composition is astounding. I guess that's why she's only released a few albums in the 20+ years she's been gracing us with music.
I only ever knew Lou Reed by name before, but after exploring this album (and some Googling), I know a lot more of him. So many hits on this album, and then some good deep tracks too. This will be in my rotation for chilling-out music.
This is an interesting album. I can see some of these songs easily fitting into a Trainspotting movie or something similar. But it is SOO LONG
What a great rap album. A classic. So many good hits, but also so many deep cuts. On heavy rotation at my parties.
Frank Ocean. So good.
I love this album. "Go" is on heavy rotation in my playlist.
Massive Attack. The music of my High School years.
Prince is almost my next door neighbor. It's my wife's favorite artist of all time. So yeah, this album rules.
Ahh, the sounds of my teenage years.
The sounds of my teenage years. The hits of a generation. This whole album is filled with hits, and the few deep tracks that never really saw the mainstream are bangers. The quintessential Moby here.
Not my music, but it was enjoyable to listen to in the background
Once again, the sounds of my youth.
Wow, so many instrumental hits here.
Somehow Neil Young always soothes me, but I'd never go out and buy an album of his.
I don't like this style of music, but for some reason, I enjoyed this album quite a bit. It's still old-skool country to me.
I like so many Kraftwork songs, to include Trans-Europe express, but the rest of this album was just noise to me.
Some great Hendrix hits, but holy wow is this a long album.
I had only heard the singles off this record; I was amazed at how much of this album I ended up liking!
I know Little Simz and that she probably pioneered a certain style of rap, but I could not get into any of these songs.
I used to love the Dead Kennedys. Probably in my punk days. Even though I've always hated punk.