Not my cup of tea...
An OK album, nothing stand-out. Reminds me a bit if Boomtown Rats. Probably wouldn't put it on again myself.
I like Frozen and The Power of Goodbye but the rest of the album wasn't for me.
Need to be in the mood for this one. Its the Ramones meets Rocky Horror Picture Show...
If I'm not in the mood for this music I find it irritating!
Samey, bit of a boring album.
A good album. I like The Velvet Underground. The Murder Mystery is a bit too experimental to be listenable but the rest of the album is easy listening!
Good album but a bit repetitive.
Nice chilled out album. Good for a sunny day and some beers!
Starts off strong, but too much nasally whining throughout. I wouldn't choose to put it on but would be happy enough if it came on in a bar
Brilliant album! Listened to this a few times. My kind of music 👍
One of my favourite hip-hop albums ever. Some of his absolute best tracks.
A OK metal album. Bit mad in places! I always quite liked the singer's Armenian accent mixed with the metal music.
Interesting album, easy listening, a bit theatrical but not his most eccentric by far!
So so, I prefer the backing vocals to the lead. Bit dated now
It's like a mix of ELO, Ram Jam & a better version of Status Quo but with ridiculous lyrics! Musically I think they are great but their ironic, wacky lyrics are a bit lost on me. They use a bit of sarcastic/ironic racism to describe real past events in a couple of songs 'Hotel' from this album and 'Dreadlock Holiday' from another. Songs that I'm more familiar with like 'The Things We Do For Love', 'I'm Not In Love' and 'Good Morning Judge' are like a different group from this album.
Enjoyed this one! Nice easy listening album with lots of good vibes!
Not my favourite Rolling Stones album but all pretty listenable.
Super album! A great blend of techno and house that was ahead of its time when released. Some of the tracks sound brand new today.
Could listen to this all day! There's a sound here that's been an influence to a lot of other bands, including my fav The War On Drugs!
A bit too industrial and angry for me.
This is a good easy listening rock album, I like this guys voice. Reminds me of the rock bar I used to frequent in Greece where it was played daily 😊
Sunflower and Wild Wood are the only two I know on this album, and are both good, but after listening to the whole thing the rest of the tracks are a bit boring and became background noise.
Nice album, love Revolution Blues especially.
I can't give this album anything less than 5*! It's the soundtrack to my early teens, I love every song and know the album inside out! Offspring are pioneers of nu-punk. All I need now is my skateboard and a quarter bottle of vodka! Simpler times!!
Not what I was expecting at all! I prefer his ambient, electronic productions. Some of the tracks on this album are ok and remind me of very early Pink Floyd, but alot of this album I wouldn't listen to again.
I quite liked it. Nice background music. Probably wouldn't choose to play it though over other country artists.
Interesting enough album, some of it sounded like am 80's video game. Can't see me choosing to play it again but I did quite enjoy it while it was on.
A good album, couple of songs I knew in this one but they're all listenable and I would def play again.
It's great for a few songs at a time but a whole album is a push to get through.
A good one for cooking in the kitchen! Nice mix of jazz & exotica 👍
Enjoyed this one!
Brilliant instrumentals. Found the vocals to be all over the place, not quite rap, not quite singing, not quite spoken word. Felt a bit thrown together but really liked the beats, baselines and backing tracks.
A classic, every track is perfect when in the mood for some raw, heavy rock.
Really easy listening. Nice for a summers day in the garden. Particularly liked Peg, didn't realise they did the original of the De La Soul 'Eye Know' sample.
Couldn't get through this one. Did not like it...
Got a bit tired of this album, some of it was OK, not their best in my opinion.
Not for me.
It'd all very iconic but overplayed.
One of my go-to albums in the autumn time. Warm, fuzzy, intimate folk music at it's best.
Quite nice for the most part, wouldn't chose to play this over some other artists from that era though.
Liked this more than I thought I would. I preferred his lower-tone melody parts to his screeching though.
Liked this one - really chilled vibes
Great mix of 80's electro and house, sounds retro but also modern and current. It's got that European style of dance
A lot of well-known, decent songs. Just so overplayed in the naughties!
A classic! Great mix of rock 'n roll and ballads.
Not really my thing. i found this a bit tedious
Great album, raw and full of unapologetic screeches!
Never really listened to this band before, I like the album, quite a mix of nu punk influences.
I can't get into this style of hiphop. Couple of good tracks that's it
Have listened to this one a lot, Visions of Johanna has always been one of my favourite Bob Dylan songs and the whole album is great
Different! I liked it!
Couple of decent tracks but the majority of this I wouldn't listen to again.
A long-time favourite band of mine, grew up listening to Eagles entire catalogue. This has some early classics which I love including Witchy Woman, Peaceful Easy Feeling, Take It Easy and Trying. Not their best album in my opinion but I still enjoy it (apart from that bird!)
Good album and probably my favourite band from this genre. The album gets a bit repetitive/samey but that's my only criticism.
When I heard Bjork on the first track I didn't think I was going to like this, but I was wrong!
Really chilled vibes, not the same screeching that you get from her sister. Wouldn't have ever considered this before but would listen to this one again.
Not for me
Nice jazz album let down by the last song
Nice chilled out album. A bit dreary in places but overall good.
Another great album from a classic rock band. Has aged well!
Couple of listenable tracks on here but most of it wouldn't be for me.
I can't place this in a genre. It's modern yet retro. Loads of acid house vibes but with unexpected vocals. One thing that stands out as a negative is the repetitive use of samples. I like samples but only if they're used a little more cleverly that the same one on repeat.
An OK album with a couple of good tracks. Nothing stand-out for me.
Utter shite for the most part. One of the most over-rated bands. A couple of listenable tracks but the rest was not for me.
Dated vocals but I like the dank, reggae dub instrumentals. Probably wouldn't listen to again but wouldn't switch it off either.
Pixies at their best! Great album
A pretty definitive blues album. Some great songs on here. Personally I prefer blues with a more husky, smokey bar vibe but this album was a good listen.
Listenable enough but very bland.
A weird album due to its mixture of iconic old-school tracks and complete rubbish. Most of the album was like a collection of samples for other artists to make use of, then 'The Message' and 'The Adventures if Grandmaster Himself' are some of the most influential hip-hop songs ever.
Hints of trumpunk in this one but a bit more raw and grungy. Well produced sound. Nothing really stand out.
Can't get into Jack White's music at all. After a track or two it becomes irritating.
Brilliant 80's album! Every track is good.
Really like this album, good mix of the classic 'Stones' along with some more mellow stuff and even country.
Very listenable! Rod Stewart before he turned pure shite and can def pick up on Ronnie Wood's playing.
Thought this wasn't bad but I wouldn't ever choose to play it. The cockney accent gets a bit hard to listen to after a full album, but the music isn't bad.
I made it to track 5 before my ears started to bleed.
For a 60's album this has a massive 50's vibe. Some good tracks and generally all listenable but I prefer later, more polished Beatles.
I think his best album. So much of this is the classic Van Morrison sound with more of the good stuff than the bad stuff. Could listen to this album on repeat which is a good sign.
One of the top ambient / chillout albums from a group that have released some absolutely brilliant tracks over the years. This album is perfect for so many scenarios, but mostly sitting in the sun with a drink in hand!
Good old fashioned country, my guilty pleasure. This stuff gets better the more you drink too!
Brilliant album, easy listening Stones right through
A hedonistic masterpiece! I can imagine a bunch of comatose hippies in the 60s/70s with this album on repeat 😂
A deserving classic. So many songs on this this that make you wonder what Nirvana would have gone on to do had they not come to an end.
Listenable album, nothing stand-out though but I wouldn't switch it off, nor would I probably choose to play it though.
I like it, a very personal listen, Bill Callahan's voice is almost hypnotic. This album needs to be listened to a number of times to fully appreciate I think.
Nice easy listen and not all the stereotypical Beach Boys sound.
Couldn't get through this one, after about track 5 I'd had enough. Absolute shite.
This album is one of those that will never grow old for me. Played it constantly for about 2 years when it came out, can even remember the first time listening to it on the journey home with my dad after buying it. It's comfort food now!
Very good album, well produced and excellent quality.
Love Hot Chip's blend of alt-pop and dance music. They make really interesting tracks and this album is up there.
Not fussed on this one but her cover of Working Class Hero was great and lifted the album at the end.
This album was a mixed bag, but of more hit than miss. A couple of really great tracks on here, a few ok ones and a handful of crap.
Not for me but not the worst
Ok background music
A classic album, great sound
Like a crap Jim Morrison tribute. Some instrumentals were OK but the album is not for me.
Can't listen to these guys. Their music makes me feel uncomfortable and irritated. Like a group of school kids who have just discovered how to record themselves shouting and 'rapping' and they should never have been famous ..
Some good tracks, some not so good. Overall would listen again. Brown Girl In The Sand and Cinnamon Girl stand out.
Don't like his style of rapping/singing and I find his music in this album grates on me, apart from Broken Drum. I like some Beck stuff but this album isn't for me.
Loved this! Unique, authentic, catchy.
Didn't like this.
All good songs but too poppy for me, I prefer Ryan Adams cover of the album.
Very middle of the road ... Nothing stand-out in this album for me.
Nice easy listening.
Great album, nice blend of styles.
Good album, Breakdown probably my favourite from the album.
Really not my thing. All the songs sound the same.
Hard to deny it's a good album for what it is. Not for me though. I like the music but I was never a fan ofTina Turner's voice
Good album. Enjoyed more than I expected to!
Not into this genre,
Nice chilled album. I always liked their harmonies, and the fact they feature frequently as backing singers on David Gilmour's later solo albums.
Loved this, reminds me of Passion Pit vibes, has a few really nostalgic songs in this album too.
Really good album Barr a couple of tracks which I find just too much. This has a lot of classic Bowie sound before the experimental industrial stage which I draw a line at for my taste!
Very samey, not keen on his voice.
A bit cheesy, a bit obsessive, Let's Get It On is a classic but the rest just take it too far...
I enjoyed this, started off better than it finished, but has a lot of the more melodic/easy listening Beck which I like.
A bizarre fusion of styles. A massive improvement on his way stuff which I found unlistenable. This is heading more towards his ambient era, and I quite liked it when played in the right scenario...
Forgot how good this album is, a modern country classic.
Raw, authentic southern rock. A few of their best songs on here. A few tracks and styles which probably influenced Kings of Leon in their early days. Fantastic album.
Not in the more serious hip-hop genre that I like, but it's an album of it's time when West Coast rappers started getting big money 💰
A mixed bag on this album, most of it was listenable, particularly liked 'Let It Grow'.
Teen pop back in the day, not sure it even has relevance today. No doubt one of the most popular albums when it was released and was an excellent album for what/when it was. I can't imagine a scenario where I would play it!
I personally don't like this genre unless it's on in a certain environment. It reminds me of a fancy cocktail bar where it might be appropriate, just wouldn't put this on myself.
Good album, starts off with 3 classics but loses something as the album goes on.
I'm not much of a Metallica fan. There's a handful of their songs I quite like, but this live album is them at their worst in my opinion. Can't stand the orchestral backing to metal music. Every track sounds too similar. Not for me this one.
There's a small handful of Nick Cave songs that I like but this album doesn't have many of them. Stagger Lee is probably my fav on this album.
If someone else sang Adele's songs I would probably like them. Second track on this album is decent.
This album blended into the background so much I'd forgotten I was listening to it. It's bland, boring and I wouldn't ever decide to play it again.
Not for me
This is the type of 80s music that I find hard to like. The odd bit of it is listenable enough, but the majority I find cringy and amateurish. Don't You Want Me is definitely the best of the bunch. They don't compare to the likes of Simple Minds.
One or two OK songs, but in general the album sounds a bit gimmicky
I absolutely hate this band and always have. Having said that, the only 3 songs of Arctic Monkeys I could ever listen to are all on this album (Fake Tales of San Francisco, Mardy Bum and When The Sun Goes Down), They remind me of student days so maybe it's more the nostalgia than the music!
I like this one, only heard a few of his songs before. Some moody vibes, nice and chilled.
Some really good, classic Elvis songs while he was at his peak. Would listen to individual tracks from this again but probably not the whole album.
Very nothing kind of album l.
Good old American country. It's wholesome, genuine and every song tells a story. Well produced for it's time, tight harmonies and well written. Dolly Parton is one of the greats.
Decent enough, heavy grunge. Wouldn't really ever choos to listen to it though but wouldn't turn it off if it came on...
Enjoyed the total randomness of this.
Listened to a lot of Rufus years ago after his Want One and want Two albums. Really love his music and vocals. He can sing some beautiful songs, only criticism would be the occasional over-theatrical aspect at times but that's him.
Couple of bangers from back in the day but they're the best if the album really. The rest is borderline irritating.
Not bad background music. Prob would sound pretty good at a BBQ in the sun
Only know one track off this album but the whole thing is great. Beautiful, classy, easy listening from start to finish.
Bit insulting to my ears this one.
Not keen on this one. Seems to lack a lot of anything
Ok listening, happy enough to play it in the background. Can see where some of the older West Coast rappers took their samples from.
His voice grates on me a bit, it's good music but I struggle to listen to an entire album before I get sick of him.
Really good album, chilled and with good beats.
Not great, bit chavy.
There are little parts of this album that shine through as being brilliant, mixed through some quite dull moments too. I'm not a fan of Thom Yorke's voice at all, so I find it hard to get past this and it limits my enjoyment of the band in general.
Can't make my mind up about Neil Young The man can't sing but he makes good music. Some of the tracks on this album are great, some are boring. Wouldn't put it on again to listen to the whole thing but would listen to individual ones off it.
Ok for a track or two in a bar but wouldn't put this album on myself.