Peak hoe-scaring music.
Peak hoe-scaring music.
Shit sandwich - 3 bangers, 3 duds, 3 bangers.
Some annoying bits (start of Official, ManWomanBoogie abrupt ending). Beat switch on Move is mental. D'Angelo <3
Great in a vacuum, but some tracks sound dull compared to the versions on The Last Waltz (Dixie, Cripple Creek). Jemima Surrender only being 9th for Spotify plays is criminal. Should have been called 'The Album' for an extra star.
Bit too much country/acoustic, but some fantastic tracks on the second side - Stray Cat Blues and Salt of the Earth especially. There are at least 3 Stones albums better than this but still great overall.
Amazing unique album that gets better with every listen - drumming is unbelievable.
Brilliant production and some classic singles, but so repetitive it makes me want to smash my head through a wall, especially in the second half. 7 minutes of Rockafeller Skank?!
ATTENTION ALL PARENTS
Self-indulgent tripe, carried by Joe Walsh. Would happily never hear anything by the fucking Eagles ever again.
Should have been called "The Best of Bob Dylan" - flawless.
Inoffensive background music for supermarkets, airports and post offices. All I Wanna Do is more annoying than I remember, Leaving Las Vegas is quite good though. Crow winning the Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance over Mariah Carey ('Hero') and Celine Dion ('The Power of Love') is hilarious.
More of a grower than Moondance, but great in its own right. Perfect music for wine-and-cheese parties if you want to give the impression that you're a pretentious cunt.
Just like some good old Kentucky Fried Chicken And all of it was good enough to be finger lickin' Smooth shit.
Way before its time and I really fancy Chrissie Hynde.
J-Len goes from stinky king of hippies yelling “Peace, man!” to wanting to scrap McCartney for the crime of writing wank granny tunes, then churns out a Spectory ballad that sounds exactly like it could be the cousin of Long and Winding Road. Shameless behaviour. Middle drags a bit and the title track is excruciating, but some great tunes here, including Oh Yoko which slaps almost as hard as Johnny Boy slapped her.
Puerile pop punk in which you can actually hear Billie Joe’s god complex. More Radio 1 than rebellion, but some catchy tunes here and there.
Trippy ambient goodness that I would have liked more if I was listening through headphones while off me box on mushrooms.
5 meows out of 5
Masterpiece, even if Shakermaker is a bit wank and the production is ghastly.
Old but gold - let down by the duller doo-wop tracks.
Seminal major-label indie. Still don't understand why they didn't choose DLZ as the closer.
Fuzzy groovy proto-punk goodness.
Moody synth-pop goes brrrrrr. Good album to make your whole personality for a few weeks.
Like being in Nandos for an hour or an episode of Narcos. Enjoyed it at first but dragged on for too long. Better than expected.
Contains a lot of the Dead's greatest tracks. Pales in comparison to their live recordings, but their best studio effort is still very good.
Art rock for weirdos. 5 stars.
Chill, futuristic space-rap in the same vein as Deltron 3030, Funcrusher Plus, or A Better Tomorrow (all of which have criminally been missed off this list). Instrumentally great, but a lot of tracks drag on longer than they should.
Afrobeat bangers - not usually my bag but still pretty good.
With so much drama in the LBC, it’s kinda hard to give this album less than hundi P 💯
Pretty dated golden age hip-hop. Ladies First is a classic, but Black Reign is the better album.
Lovely Sunday morning album
Childhood and adulthood all rolled up into one shouty rappy ball of brilliance.
Music and performance is incred but the screaming is really annoying. Loses another star for not including 'Living in America' despite it not being written when this was recorded.
Punk classic, but the UK version here sadly misses some great tracks from the US version - Clash City Rockers, Complete Control, Hammersmith Palais and I Fought the Law to name the big ones.
A good opener followed by 25 mins of 90s porn muzak, conjuring images of Peter North doing willy windmills. Unsettling.
One of Bob's best, even if the acme siren is a bit shit.
Sexy spaghetti western strings and nonsensical lyrics - like a soundtrack for a James Bond film if he wore Doc Martens and skinny jeans.
Good chill 80s vibes coupled with some of the best 'WOO's in the game.
Instrumental brilliance marred by vocals that have aged like milk. Minimal mentions of California.
Peak hoe-scaring music.
Pretty inoffensive jangly Britpop - could do with a trim, but some good tracks here amongst the dross.
Proto garage rock, if Japandroids were fronted by an old pained Canadian woman. Classic.
Funky rap classic, would be a 4.5 if possible, if only because it sounds a bit more dated than Black Sunday.
Background music for a log flume, wasn't feeling it at all
A little bit Invasion of Poland, a little bit Eurovision. Hilarious in parts but the schtick wears a bit thin after about 30 mins, so fucked off the bonus tracks.
https://i.makeagif.com/media/6-21-2018/cERVyd.gif Flashbacks to riding a dirtbike through Flint County with K-DST blasting.
Really wish they put the the single version of Honky Tonk Women instead of the country version on here, but a flawless record nonetheless, bookended by two absolute monsters.
Pretty okay background music
"Uni: The Album" for me. Front-loaded with classics.
Pretty nice hippie-dippie nonsense
Probably the second-best Doors album after their self-titled. You'll love this if you think drinking beer for brekkie and acting like a dickhead is cool.
Experimental, progressive, jazzy Joni. Lots of high points though a couple of misses too.
Really liked the first few tracks, tuned out in the middle, then liked the last one. Some bits reminded me of the tripe you see on Britain's Got Talent.
ROOOOOOOTS BLOODY ROOOOOOTS
Underrated Britpop classic
Some great tracks (the famous ones) with some unreal soloing, but too many hillbilly moments (man's playing a fucking fiddle at one point) to give this 5 stars.
Super sexy shoegaze
First record I ever bought. Nothing they've done since has touched this.
30 mins of variations of the same song with a few covers chucked in.
Just mint isn't he
Bookended by 2 of Bowie's biggest tracks with a few gems in between. Still a pretty attempt at white man funk/soul at the end of the day.