Bitches BrewMiles Davis
7 SONGS AND AN HOUR AND 45 MINUTES???
7 SONGS AND AN HOUR AND 45 MINUTES???
I understand why people like The Beatles now. I hate John Lennon but this was good. I'm mad that I actually like this but at least Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr seem cool.
I don't have the best impression of Fleetwood Mac but I'm excited to give them a chance. I was not psyched to find out this album has 20 songs though. Over and Over is pretty good, probably a song you'd slow dance to at a wedding. The Ledge is fine, I don't like the lyrics that much but the instrumental is interesting. I can see how it inspired people. Think About Me is pretty good, so far the closest song to being added to my playlist. Sara sounds familiar to me but I can't place it. The chords in the beginning kind of remind me of Video Killed the Radio Star. What Makes You Think You're the One is okay, at times I don't like it but at others I do. I think if Storms came out now it'd be on a bunch of people's study playlists, it's calm and quiet. It's at Sisters of the Moon where I realized I vastly prefer Stevie Nicks vocals over the other guy, I only really know her name. The Angel chord progression reminds me of Werewolves of London. That's Enough for Me reminds me of the Land of the Lost intro a little bit, it's the guitar in the background. Never Forget sounds like it could be the closer to a coming of age movie. My final review of the album is, "Wow they really just did stuff back then, huh?"
I've never heard of this band but I really like hearing new artists so I'm excited! There's something oddly interesting about the first track. The lead singer isn't a technically perfect singer but it's keeping me listening. I'm super into the random harmonica at times, that's part of what's keeping me here honestly. Like Dylan in the Movies kinda reminds me of a Crosby, Stills, and Nash song at some points. I think it's just the harmonies though. Get Me Away From Here, I'm Dying and If You're Feeling Sinister are my favorite songs. I wouldn't say it's a perfect album but I genuinely enjoyed my listen.
My mom loves Prince so this will be interesting. I don't know if I'll come out of this as big a fan as she is but just like every album, I'm going in with an open mind. This kinda reminds me of Tusk but in a more put together way. Like everything is everywhere but somehow it all ties in. It makes me think that his voice could go out at any second. The song just sounds like he's straining it so much. At times he kind of sounds like Cow from Cow and Chicken and it's really jarring to hear. I wanna know how many people's kids were made to this album because there's no better application for it. I can't imagine putting it on and just hanging out listening to it.
I've listened to One Way or Another before obviously, but it was on Rock Band so I know the song pretty well. I've also listened to a little bit of Heart of Glass but not the whole thing so we'll see. I do really like Blondie as a performer so I'm interested. I really love the growling she does in One Way or Another, I never paid attention to that before. I also really liked Pretty Baby, it was just really cute. 11:59 reminds me of Xray Spex somehow, I'm not really sure how to explain it.
I only really know Blur from Song 2 but so far the album isn't as unintelligible as that song is. Some words I miss but I'm getting most of them. I think my favorite song is Advert, it's the first song from any of these albums I've added to a playlist so far. Blue Jeans is pretty good too, I like how slow it is and the instrumental's really pretty. All in all, I think the album's pretty good. A lot more lowkey that I was expecting but it wasn't unwelcome.
I've been wanting to get into more gothic music so I'm glad this one was so early on the list for me. I knew maybe one or two songs before this so I'm interested in learning more. I think a couple of the songs sound pretty similar but that's not completely a knock of it. My favorite song is probably New Dawn Fades, just something about it is really nice. This album is honestly really relaxing. Bass is one of my favorite instruments and you can hear it really clearly here.
I have my own expectations about Radiohead's sound but so far this is subverting everything I thought I knew. There's a part in The National Anthem that sounds like the guy squeezing toy pigs into tubes and it makes music somehow. This album honestly isn't bad, I just don't think I like Radiohead.
I have no idea what I'm listening to, I'm gonna be honest. Usually I can find something in it that's familiar but I have no idea this time. It's good, I'm not gonna lie but it's odd. It got very religious out of nowhere too. Some of this kinda reminds me of Kate Bush in a weird way.
I actually really enjoyed this album. I didn't have a ton of exposure to Bob Dylan before this just because that's not a genre my parents really like but it's pretty good. Not necessarily playlist worthy but maybe some other songs by him will be. I wasn't expecting to really like it because some of the songs are so long, Highlands, but thankfully it didn't feel like a chore to get through.
I have no idea what this was but I really enjoyed it. I just thought it was a really interesting record all around and something that I don't usually listen to genre-wise. I did think it was a little boring at times but it was well rounded.
I have no idea what to expect from U2's sound, I haven't really listened to a lot of songs by them. Elevation kind of pushed me away but Walk On brought me back. The only way I can describe this is divorced dad music. Like I could totally see this CD in some guy pushing 50s glove compartment next to Breaking Benjamin and Saving Abel.
I feel like this was one of the better rounded records on this list. Everything felt similar enough to where it was part of the same sound but different enough to the point that not everything sounded the exact same. You could pick out the similarities but it was different ways to prepare that sound in a way.
Honestly, I was not expecting to enjoy this album as much as I did. I knew nothing about it going in and came out pleasantly surprised at the end. All the different sections of the songs are really something to marvel at. I know this came out a long time after this album but it reminds me of how Jesus of Suburbia and Homecoming by Green Day do the same thing. They're both over 9 minute songs and you'd think, "Oh this is gonna be basically the same thing all the way through," but the way it changes tone and really tells a story through the song is very similar.
This album was very interesting, I'm still not exactly sure where I stand on it. However, it felt good to sit through as it comes from the perspective of someone who paints a grief filled picture of what it's like to be transgender. And I think it's a very necessary one to listen to in the current climate. It makes me realize that 2005 wasn't very long ago and we still very much are dealing with the same mindset about some things. You can very clearly hear the pain in Anohi's voice and while it might not be technically perfect, she still gets the point through. I've never heard an album that so blatantly talks about being trans, especially not one from 18 years ago. As sad as it starts, and the heavy topics it deals with, the album does end on a happy note. As our protagonist is no longer dealing with the things tying her down, whether that be the body she was born in or an abusive relationship. It serves as a reminder that there is a proverbial light at the end of the tunnel.
I'm not a big fan of country but I'm still going to give this album an honest chance. I just hope I don't absolutely hate this record. The harmonica at times is really pleasant, I like it a lot. This isn't necessarily an album I would choose to sit through, more of something I'd get through just to do it and be done. I do like certain aspects of some songs but it's just not a sound that I prefer. I could definitely see my mom's side of the family having this on repeat though.
Going into this, I had no idea what to expect. It was from an artist I had never heard of from a more modern time period than I was expecting this list to have. But I enjoyed it. I wasn't happy when I saw there was 20 songs but they were short enough to where I stopped being annoyed to sit through it. It wasn't like a Fleetwood Mac situation where it was however many songs and each one was at least 4 minutes. I'd compare this to the Antony and the Johnsons record where it talks very candidly about an important topic such as corruption on the police force and how that translates to the undeserved killing of black people. It's presented in an easy to listen to format and if you weren't actively listening, you'd never know what was being said. I think it's a very important record as well because of the current racist climate we live in. Especially because we're in Black History Month and it's a time where certain white people will say they support the black community but not give them the time of day any other month.
I enjoyed this album a lot more than the other U2 record I had to listen to. Of course I really enjoyed With or Without You and the other songs were okay but nothing topped it in my opinion. I don't really have much to say other than I enjoyed it more than I thought I would.
I've never heard of this album but it's pretty good! I'm not super familiar with a lot of R&B artists so I don't really have a lot to say about it. The songs are on the slightly longer side but I think it's worth it.
I feel like I say this a lot but there's just not a ton of artists on this list that I know. I didn't really know what to expect from this but I love the guitar in the first song a lot. I didn't really love the religious song but that's because I'm not religious. The vocals were really good though!
My parents weren't big Madonna fans so I know next to nothing about her discography. Maybe I'm a liar and actually knew more Madonna than I previously thought. My favorite song on this album is Till Death Do Us Part by far. I thought it was something a little different from her style and it honestly reminded me more of Pat Benatar but I really enjoyed it!
I've never heard of this artist before but as soon as I saw they performed this score with a band called Hot Rats, I needed to listen to it. I don't know if all the songs have minimal lyrics but I'm into it. I should mention I've never seen The Virgin Suicides because it came out before I was born and I just haven't gotten to it. It's not really a movie I've heard a lot about so I didn't put it on any list to get to. So far, this is a nice album to just hang out and listen. Because of the minimal lyrics, you don't have to be actively paying attention to get every detail.
I'm not a big jazz fan so I'm not expecting to really like the album. I can appreciate the instrumentation without really liking the genre as a whole.
I only know them for Come On Eileen but the intro track is very interesting. It's very much their sound but there's something intriguing about it. Something about the second track is giving me very much ska vibes and I really like it. Overall, this is one of my favorite albums that I've listened to so far. The different mix of instruments used makes it a really interesting listen.
I'm still not the biggest folk lover but this album is pretty okay. I'm gonna be honest for a minute and say it's really good to cry to because I got this on Valentine's Day and I am heavily missing my boyfriend because we're long distance and he can't be up by me until maybe next month. Way To Blue is reminding me of Sweeney Todd in a way that I can't quite place. There's just something about it, both the vocals and instrumental.
I only really know him for Brown Eyed Girl and I think that song is alright. I'm not super psyched for this album but I hope I like at least one song. He's not a bad singer, I'm just really picky about music.
Some of the harmonies are reminding me of Crosby, Stills, and Nash in a way. My mom's a huge fan of them so I would know.
7 SONGS AND AN HOUR AND 45 MINUTES???
The only things I know about ZZ Top are southern and 2/3 members have long beards and the only one without one has the last name Beard. That is genuinely one of the funniest things ever and I love it. I'm also really excited to not have an album over an hour. 13 songs and just under 45 minutes, thank you ZZ Top. I did really like this album, a lot more than I was expecting. Maybe I like Blues more than I thought.
I thought this album was really good to just sit and relax to. This is the first Fiona Apple album I've listened to and I very much enjoyed it!
I think this list has changed how I've looked at older music genres. Coming into it I really underestimated how much I like Blues and I think I have a new appreciation for some of them.
This is the first album by The Cure I've ever listened to and it was really good. I'm looking forward to other albums by them since I'm sure there's more than one in this list.
This was the first time I'd listened to anything Janis Joplin sang so it was interesting hearing an artist I'd heard of but never made the effort to listen to. The first song was a little bit much for me but as I got further down I enjoyed it a lot. I think Ball and Chain was my favorite song.
Honestly, I don't usually like live albums since I feel like they don't capture the sound well but I really liked this one. I'm also not a huge fan of jazz but it feels like they kind of cancel out in a way? It's also possible I just don't prefer just instrumental jazz. Plus 9 songs and only 35 minutes? I love that.
This album was one of the harder ones to find but I think I got it. Honestly, I really liked it! The fact that it was harder to get to kind of made it worth it more in a way?
This guy must've been on so many drugs that it's near unimaginable, that's the only way I could understand coming up with an album like this. It's almost like nothing I've heard before and yet, there's something about it that keeps me listening.
I honestly don't know what I was expecting to hear from Björk's music but I can safely say that it wasn't this. I did end up really liking it but it was a jarring introduction for sure.
I'll be honest, the first time I listened near in full was in high school and I was probably about 14 or 15. My parents were never really big fans and because of a horrible group project, I can never listen to Billie Jean ever again. I'd say the album is fine, it doesn't have Billie Jean on it so it makes it okay in my book.
I've never heard of this artist before but I liked this album a lot! I don't know what about it appealed to me but there was just something that made me wanna keep listening instead of just kinda getting through it because I had to like the previous record. Honestly this is probably the closest I've been to buying a physical copy of a band I've recently heard of from this list.
I've never listened to a Steely Dan record so I'm excited for this one. So far I really like it, I know Dirty Work is pretty popular but I feel like for good reason. Reelin' In The Years was really good too.
This album is 7 songs and it's an hour and 9 minutes. I can justify a song over 10 minutes if it's on a live album, a really good song, or you're watching a live performance on a studio album pushes it. I don't know if that's an opinion other people have but it's one that I hold strongly. However, I did enjoy the songs on it. The 18 minute one definitely had me struggling to keep listening but it's hard to be upset over a solid album like this one.
I think this is a good album when you already know it. It's not a, "I'm gonna go on a long drive and listen to this," but more of a, "This is an album I grew up listening to and have fond memories associated with it." Like I wouldn't choose to listen to it but I'm glad that I did.
I feel like this was a good album to just sit and relax to. It was honestly really nice to put on to wind down after work for me.
I'm not the biggest fan of Portuguese artists just because I didn't grow up with that language. I grew up with a lot of Hispanic people around me but not really Brazilian. I did enjoy this album a lot though and I think it was a good first dive into music from Brazil.
This album was okay, I think I personally prefer the other Steely Dan record I listened to. Maybe it was just because it was my first dive into Steely Dan's discography but I don't know, I just enjoyed it more.
Something about the album cover itself is screaming, "Graphic design is my passion." I think it's the three different fonts paired together because it is an odd choice to say the least. I was not expecting the album to open as happy sounding musically as it did. I don't speak the language the album was recorded in so I'm missing the lyric translations, all I can really say is it sounds good.
This album was super calming and very welcomed at this point of my life. It felt nice to just sit down and not have to worry for a while.
My mom loves Crosby, Stills, and Nash and not really the addition of Young so I don't really know a lot about his music. I think my favorite song was Revolution Blues, there was just something about the instrumental that I really liked. I feel like Neil Young is a pretty good singer, I don't love his style but it's obvious there's some kind of talent there whether it's natural or learned. I also really enjoyed Vampire Blues, just the second I heard the guitar intro I was into it.
This album was fine, I really liked the instrumental but nothing really stuck out as a favorite song to me.
I think I know one song by Jay Z and it is not off this album so I know next to nothing. I did find it very surprising that this album came out on 9/11 though. I don't always read the little blurbs but this time I did. Something about the mixing on the chorus of Girls, Girls, Girls, is weird. I can't place it but it's just odd, sometimes it's okay though. This isn't a genre I really listen to but I can appreciate how different it sounds from more modern artists. I can see why a lot of people really enjoy more old school rap.
Something about this intro song is so familiar and yet I can't place it. I think it kinda reminds me of Passion Pit? That's the only similarity I can draw for another experimental pop artist. This honestly really helped me wind down, I wouldn't say it's tiring in any way but it helped me get ready for bed.
This album's fine, I've listened to better on this list but I could say that I enjoyed it more than others. I think the song I like the most is If It Takes All Night.
This album was pretty good to just sit and relax to. Like to just take 40 minutes and hang out was really nice.
The only song I know off this album is Supersonic but I ended up really liking it so I hope the rest of the album is as solid. I honestly really enjoyed Cigarettes and Alcohol, the message behind it was super dark but the way he says sunshine in the chorus really annoys me. Digsy's Diner was really good too, and no annoying pronunciations set me off while listening so that's cool. I also thought Married With Children, from the first couple riffs I started to think, "Wow this is pretty cool." I still think my favorite is still Supersonic but we'll see if anything changes.
This feels like an album that seems like it means nothing on the surface but is actually filled with a lot of nuance and layers the more you understand. I don't know if it actually is but it feels like that in a way. I think my favorite song is Spoilt Victorian Child, there's something about it that's just pretty cool.
Every time I've gotten an album I've told one of my friends and they'll give me a little fact if they like the album and apparently John Coltrane was such a good saxophonist that they made him a saint in a religion. I thought this album was really good to just sit and do a puzzle to, so that's what I did.
The first song was quite a hard listen, just the lyrics gave me some secondhand embarrassment and reminded me of that recording of Princes Charles dirty talking Camilla Parker Bowles. I think the album is a little weird on first listen but as you get further in, you also get more used to the sound of the artist.
The guy on the album cover reminds me of this record store that used to be maybe half an hour from me. It closed about two years ago but the style is really similar. I did have to keep the lyrics up while listening to the songs because it was super hard to tell what was being said. At least I really liked the instrumental!
I think this is the second Brazilian artist I've gotten on this list? I thought it was really good though, as I said I don't have too much exposure to Brazilian artists but the two albums I've listened to, I enjoyed them both at least a little bit.
This was really relaxing and honestly just really nice. I feel like I restate the same things a lot but it was just a calm album.
I know the opening track is supposed to be sad but it's way funnier to think that he's talking about The Lorax. That aside, I did really enjoy this album. It felt kind of Goth sounding in a way. I'm not sure if they really are but to my armature ears they are.
Honestly, I didn't realize Another Girl Another Planet by Blink-182 was a cover. It was a little jarring to hear after only knowing about the cover for so long. The singing is a little flat for my tastes but it's not bad? It's hard to explain how I feel about it.
I really did like this album! Some of the songs kind of sound like they'd be in The Barbie Diaries, not that it's a bad thing because it reminds me of my childhood but it is interesting. There's also something that vaguely reminds me of Sonic Youth in a way.
The second I heard the opening track I knew I'd be really liking this album. I don't have a huge review of this album, I just enjoyed it a lot. It's exactly the sound I'm into and it was cool to hear it from an artist I'd never heard of before.
I feel like I zoned out for 5 minutes and this album was already half over. It was really good but it felt super short to me.
I understand why people like The Beatles now. I hate John Lennon but this was good. I'm mad that I actually like this but at least Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr seem cool.
I really liked the voice she has, it's so beautiful. Waltz Me (Once Again Around the Dance Floor was amazing, I mean all the songs were but that I especially liked that one.
I've tried to listen to this album 3 times and I'm trying so hard to just get through it this time.
Harry, You're A Beast reminds me of the short film Possibly In Michigan. I think this album is the closest I'll get to understanding how it feels to be on whatever drugs they took while making it.
I was sad and this album mad me sadder. Also this was a bad way to figure out that I don't like R.E.M.
I've never listened to Tupac but I feel like this album was pretty good. I'm still not the biggest fan of hip hop but I can appreciate the artists nonetheless.
For some reason Spotify only has the first track and all the others are greyed out so I had to look it up on YouTube. I really loved the harmonica Neil Young does in "Furry Sings the Blues." I think my favorite song was "Black Crow" it's the closest to something that I'd personally listen to of all the songs. This feels like something my mom would really like listening to if she was a bigger fan of female artists.
This album makes me think of my mom. She's a bigger fan of Crosby, Stills, and Nash but she likes a couple songs from this album. Specifically, Take It Easy and Peaceful Easy Feeling. It was nice to gain a bigger appreciation for the songs she likes but I don't think I'll be delving much deeper into their discography on my on volition.
Why is the second song on this album 8 minutes long? It's actually not that bad and it makes me kind of angry. I hate it when long songs are really good.
Why are these songs so long, the final track on the album is just under 20 minutes and the album only runs for 40. I really like it as far as experimental albums go but god that last track being almost 20 minutes is a killer.
I've only heard of Arcade Fire in passing but I've never sat down to listen to an album. I really like it though!
This album was pretty okay. The last song being 17 minutes long was absolutely insane though.
This album is fine. I don't feel particularly towards one way or another.
I'm so thankful to get a shorter album that I don't even care that it's country. Life In Prison is way sadder than I thought this album would get honestly. It wasn't until the last couple lines until I realized what he was saying.
The Girl From Ipanema takes me right back to high school, we did a jazz performance project and this was one of the songs I sang. I wasn't expecting to enjoy the rest of the album though. I'm not a huge fan of jazz but this one was really good.
I know nothing about the New York Dolls but I really like this album. I think if this album was to release now it'd be more accepted but I understand how it contributed to a lot in the 70s.
It's jazz again, I'm just gonna have the same reaction unless I somehow really love the work done.
It was fine, I don't really like Frank Sinatra's music and it was hard to sit down and listen to it.
I only really know of one album by The Who but I feel like this is a pretty good debut album. I honestly really liked this a lot more than I thought I would've. I heard maybe a couple songs from Who's Next and my dad bought the Tommy album from a flea market a few months ago but we never played it.
I've only heard of Black Flag a little bit and I ended up really like this album! I didn't really know what genre they played other than just general rock but I was pleasantly surprised.
Some of the more nasally tones on this album remind me of Prince a little bit in a way that I can't describe. Also Epic was totally on Rock Band and I completely forgot because I didn't know the name of the song or the artist.
I listened to this album while doing a puzzle online with friends and honestly it added to the vibes. I've listened to a couple songs by Amy Winehouse but not anything from this album.
I thought this album was very calming and pretty cool.
This album was really pretty and very relaxing. I loved it a lot more than I thought I would.
I listened to this album while making a 70s inspired character and I felt like it really helped me get into to zone. I really liked it though!
I thought this album was really weird but well put together for being so out there.
I didn't really like this album, it was nice to have in the background I guess.
I knew nothing about this album and it was super weird but I really like it. I also liked how to the point it was with the songs and the album being so short was a nice surprise.
I don't know, Aerosmith is fine. This album was pretty good, I just don't prefer Steven Tyler's way of singing.
It was fine, I liked the beginning of the album more than the later songs.
I think this was my favorite rap album I've heard so far. Something about it was just really good and got me excited to listen to every song.
I know Eels as having those two good songs from the first 2 Shrek movies and I wasn't expecting to enjoy the rest of the album. I know "I Need Some Sleep" isn't on here but I still really enjoyed it. Some of the writing reminds me of Mook a little bit. I know this album came first but I can see where Mook maybe got inspiration.
This album was so good but god it was long. I'd be more mad if it wasn't so atmospheric and beautiful.
I really liked the Italian song that was on this album. It was completely unexpected but really added to it.
I really liked this album! I've only heard a song or two by The Cramps so it was nice to listen to a full one that doesn't have their most popular song on it.
Honestly, I really like Talking Heads' music (except for Once in a Lifetime) so I was expecting to like this as well. And I did ended up liking it but more than I'd expect.
I didn't love this album but I did enjoy it a lot more than I was expecting to.
This album was really relaxing to have in the background while I playing a game. I also really liked the instrumentation on this album, even if the lyrics were just okay on some songs.
Some songs on this album were good but I didn't really like it.
This album was pretty okay, I think I liked it a little less than the other Bob Dylan record I had to listen to.
I only knew a couple of Johnny Cash songs but I wasn't expecting to like this album as much as I did. Especially because I've never really enjoyed a live album in the past.
Some of the songs remind me of X-Ray Spex's album. Especially the chorus of What's My Name, it's very similar to the second half of the chorus in Let's Submerge. It's very possible they were inspired by the album since Germ-Free Adolescents came out the year after.
I liked the instrumentation of this album, I thought it was very impressive. It's just not the genre that I really listen to so I didn't love it.
I didn't realize how much I liked Sonic Youth until I watched their tour documentary with Nirvana. It was really odd but something about their dynamic together drew me in. I can't place what it is about this album that I like other than it sounds good but I really enjoyed this one.
I feel like this was an album that critics hated. I can't fully articulate why I think that but I know that it's true.
I have no memory of listening to Elvis Costello previously, I honestly don't even know what genre I expected but this feels more modern sounding than 1978. I'd probably guess that it's from the 90s or something instead of the 70s. I was not expecting to enjoy this album as much I did.
I thought the guitar playing/other instrumentation on this album was really good. I wasn't a big fan of the singing but that's just because this isn't a genre I typically love.
I always love when I get an album shorter than 40 minutes. But I only really liked Mrs. Robinson from this album honestly.
I liked the instrumentation a little bit for this album but not really anything else.
This was a bad time to realize I don't really like Coldplay. Some songs like Viva La Vida are good but I just wasn't a huge fan of this album.
I tried liking this album, I think I did a bit at the beginning but as I got further in I just really hated it. It got annoying after a couple songs and getting to the end was a new kind of hell for me.
I knew nothing about this artist before but I really enjoyed it. It was definitely more of a "sounds happy but the lyrics paint a much different picture."
I really enjoyed listening to this album. Even though I'm not a big fan of Springsteen, his music is very much culturally relevant since I'm from New Jersey. I mean, he essentially put Asbury Park on the map and had it make a lot more money after he got popular. And it is always nice listening to an artist that still has a huge hold on state culture like that. I feel a little differently about Sinatra since he feels further removed than Bon Jovi or Springsteen when it comes to naming famous artists from the state.
I ended up really enjoying this album. I kind of complained about it being a little over an hour to myself but as I got further through it, I enjoyed my time. I only knew Today from playing Rock Band as a kid so listening to the rest of the album was nice.
I didn't enjoy this album too much. It was fine and there was maybe a couple I liked after Spellbound.
I see why this album has so few streams.
I only really liked Give It Away and Under the Bridge from this album. The other songs were tolerable at best.
This album was really good background music but for some reason I struggled with getting through it. I kept pausing it to watch something in between the songs.
I've been a fan of Slipknot when I was a kid (I also celebrated my 16th birthday at a concert instead of having a typical Sweet 16) but there's so few albums of theirs I've chosen to sit through the whole thing. I did really like this album but it's definitely not their best one. I feel like a couple songs lean on the side of being way better while live, even if I haven't heard them at a concert. Tracks 6-9 feel like something an edgy 17 year old would listen to which sucks because it started so strong but it picks back up with This Cold Black and after.
Every song on this album feels a lot different than Maps and I don't know if that was on purpose or by some coincidence that it became the most popular song. Either way, I enjoyed the whole thing a lot more than I thought I would after hearing the first song and noticing how different it was.
Aretha Franklin's talent was really what made me enjoy this album the most. How could you not be happy while listening to her sing?
As far as debut albums go, I wasn't a huge fan of this one. I could tell as soon as it started that it was probably someone's first album. They kinda had the screams of Bikini Kill while also sounding like ACDC in a way. It was a very interesting mix. However, I did enjoy California Waiting as far as songs go.
I really liked this album! It felt like I was listening to a story in a really interesting way. You could tell everyone that had a hand in creating this album was insanely talented.
I kind of enjoyed this album. I'm not a huge Iggy Pop fan so it was nice to listen to something I wouldn't seek out on my own accord. That being said, he looks like Brandon Rogers on the cover of this album.
I thought this was pretty okay, nothing really dates it so that it sounds like from the 70s so that was pretty nice.
I really enjoyed this album, I wasn't expecting to since artists I've never heard of can be pretty hit or miss. But I was pleasantly surprised when it came to this. It was also really funny since I was just talking about "To Kill A Mockingbird" today.
Wow, I usually like weird albums but what is this? Genuinely, I mean it's just feels bad. I couldn't even finish the album.
I don't know if this album was so good or if I was just happy to not listen to the previous one. That being said, I did thoroughly enjoy every song.
This was one of the saddest albums I've ever listened to. It feels like Johnny Cash was very much expecting and accepting that he would die soon. I cried to "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" but that's mostly because I have a personal connection to high school with that song and I was clearing out games I used to play with my ex boyfriend when it came on. "Desperado" also really got me but that's a song that my mom really likes the original and I think it just hurts that it's on one of his last albums. That being said, it was really well put together. I think all the songs on this album belong there, even the covers deserved their places.
Something about this album was kind of nice but also really boring. I don't know, it was hard to tell what the singer was saying at some points and the tone was just weird sometimes.
I didn't really like this album. I thought I would since I've listened to a couple Alanis Morrisette's songs but I got tired of her voice after the 3rd song.
I think there are better David Bowie albums but this one was okay. "Fame" does a lot of the heavy lifting for this one.
I'm not a huge fan of electronic music so this wasn't really the album for me. I liked it a little bit but after a while I started to get a little bit of a headache. I'm sure someone more used to the sound would prefer it.
I'd say this feels like a very "of the time" album. I did really like it and I'm not in the best headspace so the new album was really nice as a little distraction.
I ended up liking this album a lot more than I thought I would. I didn't know how I'd feel about something that was mostly just samples but it was really good.
Something about the sounds on the song "The Taut and The Tame" remind me of Land of the Lost, specifically the 70s tv version since that's the only one I've seen. There's also something dark and mysterious about the final song on the album that I'm really into. I'm very much into this album.
This album is perfect if you want to listen to pining in specifically the 90s pop genre. I mean that in a very positive sense. It's not something I usually listen to which is kind of fun.
This album was so good that I don't even care that 2 songs are over 9 minutes. I very much enjoyed it and couldn't even tell that they were that long