So funky, music that makes it hard to sit still while you listen.
Nice beats, the rap itself is not great but better than almost every white rapper at the time.
Very poetic lyrics. Lots of Indian/eastern and medieval influences.
Nice blues inspired rock. Loud, rough, good lyrics, nice rhythm and excellent guitar play.
Wonderful, wish I was there.
Love it, listen to it all the time!
So good, nice and jazzy
Not my cup of tea at all. Was a real chore going through this album.
Wasn't a fan of his flow but I liked the subjects and the beats were amazing. Lots of different genres which made it a joy to listen to.
The music was nothing special but his voice and lyrics were amazing. What an artist!
Enjoyed it well enough, nothing special though.
Dragged on a little but it was an interesting showcase of Indian classical music, which no one can deny was very influential in the decade later.
A few classics but wasnt a fan of the faux southern drawl in some of the later songs. Still a very good listen
Dreamlike and very catchy, I actually enjoyed it a lot
Wonderful album, one song is better than the next and every song is great. I should listen to more Billy Joel, seems he knows what he is doing.
I love good funk and this is great funk.
Wonderful album, definitely going into the library
Eh, it was alright I guess. Nothing earth-shattering.
Fantastic beats with a nice blend of genres, the lyrics are awesome and Lauryn Hill elevates this album to 5 stars easily. What a singer/rapper!
This came as somewhat of a surprise. I only knew Cars but the other songs ive heard in one way or the other, mostly through samples. That makes it a very influential album, not just because of its early use of digital instruments. Loved it a lot.
Psychedelic, chill and a fun listen overall.
Hallelujah makes this album, the rest was I enjoyed but didn't think it was amazing.
Enjoyed this album more than I expected. Some songs dragged on a little but the guitar play makes up for that.
A few good songs but overall the album did not move me. Didn't hate it, didn't love it.
I write usually write this bit the next day and I can honestly not even remember the album. This hasn't happened before. Completely forgettable.
Few good songs but so sweet it made my teeth ache.
Better than I expected. I loved the general vibe and nodded my head more than once.
She's Fresh, Scorpio, It's a Shame and The Message are the best songs, sadly the rest of the album doesn't hold up to this high standard. I appreciate the album for helping to make one of my favorite genres, but it hasn't aged all that well. The good songs are really solid, though.
I feel like I've heard this album a dozen times already and I don't mean this in a good way. Very run-of-the-mill, nothing really stood out to me. Boring.
Two good songs, the rest was boring. It's a small album, though, so I didn't feel like I wasted my time.
Lots of covers, and their original stuff didn't stick with me. It is ok, but not more than that.
Lovely album. Slow or fast, every song is good.
So good, I love this band.
Only good thing I can say is that it was thankfully short. Couldn't even go through the last song when I realized it was 9 minutes long. To me it is just a barrage of noise and it doesn't really seem to end. Horrible, I never want to listen to this album again.
They had their heart in the right place. Sadly they didn't have the raw talent to back it up.
Was an enjoyable album, but it didn't blow me away.
What a great song to start an album with. I never really listened to a Metallica album before, but I'm glad I did.
I hate ("modern") country music, but somehow the older stuff always clicks with me. I enjoyed this album. The subject matter is depressing, though. Every song is about alcohol enthusiasm, but I guess country music is always about how shit it all is. Would listen to it again.
It was ok, didnt move mountains but I enjoyed listening to it.
Good songs and it was a surprise to suddenly hear Corona.
Never heard of this band before but really enjoyed their sound. Unbelievable that this was made in the 70s, it sound like it was made not that long ago. Good stuff.
Quite boring, really didnt grab my attention, even though I normally like this stuff. Didn't hate it, but I have heard much better.
Gimme Shelter makes the album, but the rest was good to listen to too.
Classic album, highly influential and the beats are still great.
So edgy, a little too edgy. Didnt quite come across as believable. At least the sound was ok
Wonderful! I love jazz so much and this is a really good example.
Actually enjoyed it, altough at the end it started to slow down a little. Nice variation of pop music.
Beautiful voices, but in a genre that is completely wasted on me. It was a struggle getting through this one.
Good beats, but not a huge fan of the raps.
Weird, quirky and very good. More people should sing about Martian spiders.
Wasn't a huge fan, thought it was a bit boring.
Couldnt stop moving listening to this, what a great collection of songs. The *real* King of Rock n Roll!
lots of good songs on this one.
Eh, it was alright. I've heard better of him and I have heard a lot worse in general.
Better than I expected. I only knew Cult of Personality but the other songs on this album were nice too.
When I saw the length of the album, I rolled my eyes. And while it does feel a bit self-indulgent at times, overall it was really good. Enjoyed it quite a lot and it has an interesting message overall.
Really enjoyed this, good combo of very good beats, good flow and lyrics.
Horrible album, filled with vapid pop songs. I was the right age for it at the time, but even then I hated it. Me getting older hasn't made it any better. The only reason why I won't give this album one star is because The Beat Goes On is actually a great song and I wish I knew it when I was 14.
Actually pretty good, nice and relaxing.
Loved it overall, but it was a little too samey for 5 stars.
Nothing special, but easy enough to listen to.
Somebody to Love and White Rabbit are absolute classics, of course. Sadly the rest of the album didn't grab me as much.
What a legend. Consider me Experienced.
Bit pretentious but not half bad
The Sinking Feeling sounds like it was made in the early 2000s, I'm sure I have heard the same melody at the start in Drum and Bass tracks. Just has a very modern (or timeless?) feeling to it. Good stuff.
Kinda went by me without making an impression. It is ok, i guess.
I grew up with this, my dad was a big fan. And you know, it rubbed off on me. Lots of good songs here with great guitar play.
Some really good songs on here.
Great album for a halloween party.
Exactly my kind of music. Chill, funky and dreamlike.
It was fine, didn't blow me away.
My kind of music, surprised I haven't heard of it before.
Wild World and Father and Son are such great songs.
Bit messy at time, especially the singer, but the music was good enough. Nothing great though.
Couple good songs but mostly forgettable.
This album just didn't blow me away. I'm used to better from them.
Black Hole Sun is a really good song, but for me the rest of the album didnt reach the same quality.
Pretty decent 90s electronica. Funky as hell.
Good lyrics, awesome vibe.
Didnt expect much but actually enjoyed it a lot.
Didn't grab me but good background noise.
Love this kind of music
Sometimes a little too experimental but the album had a lot of good songs.
Honesetly hated it first. Far removed from what I like and the singing was sometimes really bad. But the heart is in the right place on this album, I feel and it somewhat grew on me when it ended. Weird one.
Took the album title's advice and was not disappointed.
Loud, proud and with a tight drum. As a not-fan of the genre, I loved this.
This album was a trip. From calm, beautiful tones to an absolute barrage of noise.
I love Heart-Shaped Box, it is a great song, but honestly the rest of the album wasn't as good. Bit of a dud, really.
Instant 5 stars. I love drum and bass and I love Roni Size.
Wholesome but not amazing.
Bit too hipster for my taste.
Feels very gimmicky
I thought it was boring, felt like ive heard it before even though I never heard of this band.
Messy, but interesting.
Some things are best left in the 90s.
Fun album, but it didnt grab me.
Alright, must have been a blast to see live.
Very 80s, not always a good thing but it works great here.
I can see why it is such a famous album and band. Never listened to the album before, but it had a unique sound and diverse genres that somehow seemed to work together
Quite a few songs I liked, but I really don't like the Beatles. They've made some of the most beautiful songs know, but to me, most of their songs are just boring love song fare. Still, 4 stars, because this album had more good songs than bad.
Never heard of this. Surprisingly jazzy. Weird. Good.
It was alright
Weird experimental music that sometimes hits the marks and other times misses it completely.
It's like being told a story, one track at a time. Very nice.
Me: "Mom, can we listen to Joy Division?" Mom: "We have Joy Division at home" Joy Division at home: Jokes aside, I didn't hate it, but a song about fish cakes was a bit too far for me.
I cheered when I saw today's album, I love Gang Starr. Wonderful beats with jazz and soul samples, chill vibes and the rapper with the best voice (RIP Guru). Undeniable classic.
What a great musician, not a bad song on the album.
Interesting but it did drag on a little.
Smart lyrics and good music. Really good stuff.
Can't bring myself to care much about country.
Nothing stood out, but good background music.
This is one of those bands I've heard of but never really listened to. The music itself didn't blow me away, but the lyrics and general message made it very interesting. Nice slice of early 90s angry politics. Very dark and angry.
It wasn't as good as I expected, knowing only Killing in the Name. Good lyrics overall, topics I sympathize with generally, but often repetitive and musically it didn't touch me. I respect it, though.
didn't blow me away. Some good sounds here and there but it leaned too much into the sullen indie vibe than the more exciting mariachi sound.
Felt a bit generic at times, but it is still Bowie. Not-so-good Bowie is still good music.
Honestly just boring.
Neil Young is so good, always a pleasure to listen to one of his albums.
Banger after banger after banger. Even the songs that aren't that good in comparison to the hits are still fantastic. There is a lot to say about Jackson, but his musical talent is beyond reproach.
"Forrest Gump had a lot goin' for him Never without pussy Y'know, Jenny almost gave it all up for him Never even pushed for the pussy Where's Forrest now when you need him?" Yeah. The music was good at least.
It's fine, nothing special.
Good, but not as good as I expected. Must have been amazing when it came out, though.
Could not get into it at all. It sounded bad at times, but I think it was done ironically. Not that it changes much for me, because it still sounds bad even if done ironically.
This was a side of Dylan I hadnt hear before. Very dark and dirty.
Eddie plays the guitar like it is a piano. Wonderdful.
It is currently 36 degrees celsius where I'm now, and an album like this just hits differently then. Very much enjoyed it.
Best thing about the album was that it is only 37 minutes long.
When I read "dub", I got excuted. King Tubby this isn't :(
It was alright. Cant say much more about it.
It was alright, but it didnt pop as it should. Felt like it tried to be James Brown but without the energy.
Very nice, not enough jazz on this list.
First punk album so far I didn't hate and it got even better when it was only 30 minutes long. Loved the rhytmn and speed on this one
Great album, every song is good. Wish it was longer, though.
Couple good songs (the title track, really) but mostly forgettable.
First time i properly listened to LZ, but this was really good.
Sometimes it was just noise, but I didnt hate it.
Lost me completely when he started singing in falsetto, but got me a bit back at the end with Butcher Boy
The singing isnt great, the music itself is samey, it all sounds very depressing, but for some reason it just resonates in me. Good stuff.
Easy 5 stars, I love this album so much. Super chill and it transports you to a far away place, where the sun always shines and the beaches are always beautiful.
Just boring. Not awful, mind, but I that is the most positive thing I can say about it.
Super energetic, cant stop moving listening to this.
Not entirely what I look for, but I can't deny that it is good.
Classic album, every song is great.
Fantastic beats, the lyrics sometimes falter a little, but the whole picture is very good.
The music is pretty good but boy does the singer's high-pitched become annoying after a while.
This was really good. Didn't know what to expect, but good beats were definitely not on the card. Simply great.
Something different for a change. I dont think i could listen to this music every day but it was a nice change from all the rock albums I've been getting lately.
Dark and emotional atmosphere with a few absolute classics.
So funky, music that makes it hard to sit still while you listen.
Helplessly Hoping alone makes this album 4 stars. What a song, it gave me goosebumps and had me stifle a tear. The rest of the album was ok, I guess, but that song elevated it.
I basically love anything wutang related.
Didn't expect it to like it this much. Sounded raw and heavy and at other times like soul. Good stuff.
Honestly just forgettable. Not for me.
Much better than I expected, looking at the other comments. Her voice is certainly unique but not at all annoying. Good stuff, too bad it wasn't on Spotify.
Nice and energetic, the singer voice was pretty made it all come together.
All aboard the Coltrane!
Felt like I've heard this album 5 times on this list. Doesn't make it bad, but just more of the same.
Didnt do anything for me, but I also didn't outright hate it.
My mom loves this album, so I gave it a shot. Aside from the two famous songs (Paradise and Took the Words), none really did anything for me. So yeah, sorry mom, I can't see it.
Couple really good songs on this one. Lyrically theyre all amazing, but some fail musically.
What I love about Hancock is that he saw the advent of synthesizers and instead of being a purist about jazz, he recognized its worth and made it work.
Bridge Over Troubled Water is a classic for good reason, but I couldn't get into most of the rest of the album. It certainly wasn't bad, just not entirely my thing.
I like "Scoobie Snacks" a lot, the rest of the album is a bit less... it is not grating, thankfully, so not an entirely bad listen.
Better than I expected. Simply a fun album.
Lots of different vibes on this album. Normally not a huge fan of this kind of music, but it hit well today.
Actually pretty good, still, after all these years and many new ways artists have found to make electronic music.
It is af he tried to figure out his genre for himself, while having the talent to back up such a project. Fun album!
Good album, really worth it to listen on headphones.
Couple really good songs, and more songs that didnt really move me at all.
Pretty good, do wonder if the faux accent was necessary, but different times, I guess.
This was definitely one of the albums of all time! But seriously, it is obvious that the person who made this album has a taste (as is his right!) except it not entirely my taste at time. To me this sounded a bit too familiar without it moving me. Not bad, but boring.
Hell yeah, good stuff.
Neil Young is always good stuff.
Easy 5 *, listened to this album my entire life, one of my favourites of all time.
Actually a lot better than I expected.
Must've been a trip when this first came out.
Guess this is where Duran Duran got its inspiration from. Sadly, aside from the title song, none of the songs really stood out to me. Nice history lesson, though.
Wow, makes me want to watch the movie.
I'm not going as far as saying he thinks his character is in the right for shooting his unfaithful partner, but two songs about it? Leaves a bit of nasty taste in the mouth, because writing a nice song about it does romanticize the sentiment, if even a little. Also a moneylender named Saul? Pfff. Musically I didn't mind this album, which is rare for country, but it is clear that I just don't understand the genre.
"I was feelin' kinda lonesome and blue I needed somebody to talk to So I called up the operator of time Just to hear a voice of some kind When you hear the beep It will be three o'clock She said that for over an hour And I hung up" This made me laugh. Wonderful album and it is easy to forgot that Dylan performed it all by himself.
Lots of classics and a showcase of few different genres from the 90s
Eh, it wasn't bad, but I both loved and hated her style of singing.
Not a fan of the genre, but there were a couple good hits. Rest of the album didn't change my opinion of the genre.
There's good reason why they call him the King.
Monday Monday and California Dreaming are rightful classics, but looking at the album as a whole, none of the other songs come close. I would even go as far as calling them boring.
Honestly all sounded the same to me. Unremarkable.
Yeah, bit boring, innit?
Didn't expect much, but I really enjoyed the album.
Very unique sound, lots of genres mashed together by a band that seems to have a lot of fun with it.
It is not that I think it is bad, but I find it all very forgettable. The way I see the Beatles, and McCartney by extension, is that theyve written some of the most beautiful pop music ever, but it is surrounded by some of the most boring schlock. Sadly, this album was mostly the latter. (As a side note, I'm happy this site does not have a comment section, because I'm sure these are fighting words for some)
What a trip. One thing Ive learned from this list is that Zappa is really good.
Had to keep reminding myself that this is live. Must have been a special experience.
Bit to sweet for my liking, but very well produced and accompanied by a beautiful voice.
Wow, what a nice, quirky album. Iconic voice, different genres and a singer with a vision.
I just really like Joy Division. It's the atmosphere, the rhythms, the sound of the instruments. It all just comes together for me even though I generally do not care much about the genre.
I love Song Number 2. Honestly the only song of theirs that I know, so I was very exciting to finally hear the album it was from. I'm writing this review the next day and I honestly struggle to remember any of the other songs. They all blur (heh) together. Nothing else stands out or is even remotely memorable. One song doesn't make an album, but it does save it from a 1 star rating.
Nice beats, and while often vulgar, Missy had something to say.
Unfair, because this is an album I listened to for months whenever I was on the train to school. Happy to report it still holds up after all these years, but that might just be nostalgia and memories talking. Who cares if it does, though?
It was alright. Not much to say.
Shouldve been called "The Afghan Whines" instead. Man, I can only take so much moaning about everything.
Nice pop edm from the 90s.