Excellent lyrics. The voice wasn’t yet there.
Lyrics are sublime. He wasn’t yet in his experienced voice.
Classic trailblazer album.
Traditional blues w Carlos Santana, Los Lobos and Bonnie Raitt.
Sounds like Bowie. On an artistic mission.
Great background peace.
Synthesize. Not for me.
Pure 60’s harmony. Easy listening.
Great intro to punk pop and life around 2001.
Perfection. Every song.
Perfect. Blues BB voice and guitar are stellar.
Some of it is perfect and classic. Some is meh. 3/5
Cult of Personality is excellent. The rest of the album is average like RHCP. 3 stars for being innovative in its time.
A personal fave.
Not my thing.
Music is treasure because it evokes memories both remembered and forgotten. 1987 was a magical year for me and this album evokes that magic. Love it.
My favorite forever.
God bless the Millennials.
The first album I ever bought. 1972. $5.00. Classic.
1973 welcome to glam rock. Respect but not for me.
Synchronicity II is a keeper. Good album except “Mother.”
British psychedelia. Precursor to Tommy. Pink Floyd, Beatles too. Why weren’t they successful?
Classic Willy Nelson. The first not the best.
Holy cow. I had Brian Eno 4 days ago. I’m not a big fan of Brit glam. But this one is the beginning of ambient music.
Folk music but not for me. Ambient yes but too much discrete instrument moments made it non-ambient.
Classic soul. Beautiful. One if the best live performances ever.
Beatles undisputed they are the best-just not for me. Lots of hits here. That means 4/5 to me.
Let’s keep it in last place. OMG. I can’t believe I wasted time listening to this. Throbbing Gristle in a word is “moist.” Wish I could give negative points but I will settle for 1/5.
Much respect. Just not my thing almost 50 years later.
A few good ones and a lot of similar ones. Friendly nice Canadians. I know it’s 5 stars for many listeners but not me. I will give 3 for respect.
Just had Beatles Revolver 3 days ago. This one is noteworthy just for George’s contributions. “Something” and “Here Comes The Sun.”
Sinatra is a blessing. Angel’s voice. But except for “Girl From Ipanema” the other songs’ lyrics are meh and dated. Not classic.
The Thin White Duke. Bowie’s cocaine album. He said he didn’t remember a lot of it. Everyone loves it 5/5. Not me.
Love DM. Personal Jesus.
Not for me.
Rap no rhythm.
Loved it. Ambience. Blues. Guitar. No matter what language.
Not my type of music. And I did not like the German accented autobahn stuff.
2 powerful songs. American Pie is iconic. Vincent is my private treasure.
Heaven Music. Every sound every word touches my soul. Whether alone or in a crowd, SS comforts me.
I already listened and reviewed in my first short-lived trip. Yes. Hot buttered soul.
New Orleans. Gothic. Fairy Tales. Blues. Great lyrics.
Love. Thanks Jay for bringing this to me. Concert in 2009. Beautiful harmony like CSNY.
The hits for sure but also some great surprises. Except for the Car song.
Deep Irish sorrow.
Pure punk repetitive. Totally captures the times. But still. 1 good song. I wanna be sedated! (Not on this album).
Electronica is not my thing! But this was good ambiance for background so I will give 3 instead of 2.
Ambient music. I like the concept. But this is a bit intrusive for easy at-home background music. 2.
Not for me. Prog rock. A bit jarring. Do not like Geddy Lee’s voice at all. 1.
I don’t get it. One or two interesting sounds. Like Bjork. Why is this album on the list?
The question is do you rate the artist or the album or the cultural significance. I recognize the significance but I rate the album 2 stars.
Drek. 1 star only bc I have to.
Respect but mixed feelings.
I enjoyed this!
I like the music and the instruments but not the voice. I was going to go 3 but I read reviews that gave 4 and thought perfect. I repeat: I like the music and instruments but not the voice so I’m going 2.
Nostalgic for East Lansing!
I’m going to give any PF album 5 stars. Another masterpiece here. I will listen to this again and again.
Classic voice and music. Great lyrics. Good memories for a few lot of times. Saw at Tiger Stadium in the rain. Except for Amazing Grace. Not for Rod Stewart!
I enjoyed it. Hip hop background music was fun.
Don’t like the voice. Liked 2 songs.
It’s a classic. Points for the Irish!
Pure punk sound. Talking Heads did it best. This is second rate. 2 stars.
Love every bit. All the hits and then some. This will up my hard rock points.
Meh. I don’t get it. Below average pop music.
I like this. Lots of hits.
Great memories thanks to Chris for introducing me to this band.
Intro to punk rock. Lots of short songs. Enjoyable.
Classic. Riders on the Storm to end it.
An example of how music brings memories. 1987 was a great year.
Jeff Beck and Rod Stewart. My lesson today. Every virtuoso individual performance does not make the whole album. For every solid guitar sound there was a Rod Stewart vocal. That means NO for me. There’s a time and place but this was not it. 2 stars.
Not for me.
Classic and perfect.
Wow. I liked this. Background music was great. Krautrock!? Who knew?
I like it. Classic 80’s kick off. But I like others 80s’ albums more.
Wow. Loved this. Bowie’s journey through the years with graceful elegant and passionate music.
Loved. Influenced Talking Heads and later hip hop. Brave warriors.
Steely Dan is in my top five. Perfect.
Detroit props. Credit for excellent guitar work. Jack White.
Not for me.