Good for background and feelings vibes.
Good for background and feelings vibes.
I get thats its rege but the repetitiveness looses me. Most of the songs dont have any meamorability for me and If I didnt know the title I wouldn't know how describe a singular song on this album besides "its rege" which is super vague. Songs aren't very unique from each other That being said these three song No more trouble High tide night All day all night Brought this album from a two star to a three star for me. They were catchy, I found myself singing along and they would get my attention if I heard them out in public
Shine on you crazy diamond part 1-5: Love the guitar going off, love its tone. The band compliments the guitar well accenting together. Large variety of louds and softs, shorts and longs. The tenor sax solo sold it completely me, the tangibility of the music is very present, this would be so exhilarating to play along with. I didnt even realize 13min had passed, very entertaining This is currently my music vibe these days so this first song was a good one Welcome the machine: The sinth was a great add, gave the song extra texture and world (went from western voyage guitar style to future exploritory and outerworldy) which is perfect considering the title is welcome the machine. This is how I would think the words welcome the machine should sound. Corolated with Mr.Roboto - Styx as well which compound how much I enjoy the idea of the song on top of simply enjoying the song. Very noice👌👌 Have a cigar I love how these songs that are so slow are so full and edging towards too busy. The first two song were better but this one is still solid. Keep with the same ideas as previous songs but doesn't hit me as hard. This one is my least favorite out of the 5 Wish you were here: The riff is classic, one of those you just expect people to know. Song is peaceful, a nice step back from the first few songs Shine on you crazy diamond part 6-9: The time change when the high hat comes in is such a good set up for when things star getting more intense. Very into the sneaky build from nothing to squealing guitars on top of each other going off but with respect. The slow time change! Again with the respect, this time for the singer. All the different parts flow together so well while simultaneously getting lost in the sauce. Im impressed by how exploritory this music is but how much it doesn't quite go out of bounds. Really stretching the creativity of the listener and the musician to connect the dots of what's happening. We've now hit a mental break at the 10nth minute to slowly bring us back down for the song to end and go into whatever song was next. Also side note from the album, but free bird was the next song that queued!! Which is crazy cause I could stop thinking about how much this last song was just a wacky free bird! The music gods understand what going in for sure😂 The third and fourth song had me questioning for a 4 star, but this is an easy 5 stars for this album. Very cool, very mentaly rewarding
Kid from the red Bank: Absolute Bop. Great energy Duet: The song you imagine plays in the background of fancy dinner, classic After supper: The saxes blend together so well I couldn't. Love the tenor tone, so full. Would for sure have all the goose bumps in person from that alone Flight of the foo birds: This song would be so much fun to play. The first sax solo was actually nutty omg. The whole song is so joyful wow. Double O: Fantastic energy, top tier, can't say anything bad about this. The cat head bopping emoji all the way Teddy the toad: The song arangment of this album is so good. The bass is so phat for this song, very nice to hear it come out so well.love the loud trumpets be loud and give so much room for the soft trombones to let their part sing. The slide at the end👏, for sure this was for the trombones Whirly bird: What a small flex from the saxes. The solo came in so strong, go off, all sorts or noice moments, and a great overall build Midnight blue: Let's the stew simmer on low and suddenly shits going down, and then were back down to relaxing and the finish is strong. Love the contrast Splanky: Played this song in highschool, was an absolute joy then as it is now. What a classic call and repeat. The "bu wadada bu wadada" on the high is so juicy. Fantastic Fantail: Again with the sax solo, obviously, but it screams inteligence and mastery of the instrument and music theory beyond what can be taught. Makes the song for me Lil Darlin: Time to go to sleep. I think its a accoustic guitar with the little runs sprinkled in the mid -beginning so subtle but valuable. What a beautiful trumpet solo, the vibrato is chefs kiss. What a nice way to end all the excitement. Summation: obviously 5 stars, very good, 10/10, not even questionable
Subterranean Homesick Blues: Digging the wavy harmonica. She belongs to me: Like the electric guitar in the back, gives depth. Maggie's farm: I'm really into the bass doing the "dum dom dum domdumdum". The word sounds are giving a lax/country "blind mealon" feel which I appreciate Love minus zero: Its good, the music doesn't vary much, but its fine, probably wouldn't skip Outlaw blues: Feels like og rock breaking away from swing. Slightly swung high hat with the the guitar strumming straight. A little nostalgic, but doesn't feel too special On the road again: If I was an instrument playing the notes the singer is singing, id be extremely bored. Lacks variety. Its feels like the highlight to these songs is the harmonica but its not enough for me to be entertained Bob Dillan 115th dream: Halfway through the song and I wouldve skipped, only half listening at this point. Basically sums up why I'm not a particular fan of most country music. I skipped it, I was gonna complain about how short most of these songs are but this one was just dragging on for me Mr.Tambourine man: This album has kinda lost my attention at this point, I feel like I'm still listening to the same song. I skipped this one Gates of eden: Skipped Its alright ma: I skipped ahead multiple time and it genuinely sounded like nothing changed. Skipped Its all over now baby blue: Its not getting better for me I started at 3 stars but the long I went the most I disliked the album. One star. Not a song on here id personally miss not hearing and altogether as an album really killed it for me. Im sure the words have value and emotion, but I cant feel the emotion in the sound of his voice. No creativity for me. Yay harmonica but I can think of other songs that just do it better for me.
Beauty and the beast: Always been a fan of the weirdness of David bowie songs, this is a great example good choice for first song to introduce what were about to expirience Joe the lion: This would be so sick live. Lots of energy, something different and new all of the time Heroes: It wierd how much simpler this song sounds, but how busy it still feels. So many layers. Him repeating we can be heroes hits deap for some reason, really reaches into the soul a bit Sons of silent age: I love how bowie stumbles with his words but the baround singers really solidify thats its intentful, bringing from sounding like drunk ramblings to poetic reaching. So far all of these songs need another 5 minutes because I just want more Blackout: Head bopping Grove at the beginning while brain scrambling at the same time. Again so many layers. Like all the band members know what the idea is but each have their own spin on its definition and direction. V-2 Schneider: Snare drum and raspy guitar are giving war, the bass is giving sunglasses and destination, the repetition is like were driving medium but going no where fast. So much imagination and scene build into the song Sense of doubt: And we've arrived to our destination from the previous song. And its scary but maybe a little curious, maybe we don't know its scary yet. A very opposite sided call and repeat. Lots of tension. Moss garden: We've arrived to the other side of the tunnel and the is glowing life. Maybe pink leaves falling from the stringed instrument. Very grandiose and beautiful. This is one of those song where you remember to breath to your own rythm at the end because you didn't realize how captivated you were. Neukoln: Suddenly the tension is back. Gotta love a raspy sax, what a bend! The slightly techno sounds is giving robot and alien, and maybe the sax is saying "where am i" while taking in the scene. The end is a little desperate. The bend range of the note is so impressive The secret of arabia: Imagine if they ended on that last song😂😭, it'd take me a couple of minutes to realize I was supposed to leave haha. What a groovy way to bring us back to reality. An Arabic disco. The clapping! Again, imagine everyone live doing the clapping. It would be so much tirany and followers vibes, but it would be irresistible not to follow. Very "they will not control us" from the Uprising - Muse song. I wish the fade wasn't there, wouldve liked the song to actually end. Overall, for me the album is an easy 5, but my only beef is that this is not the kind of album you introduce to strangers to be like "I like this kind of music", kind of an acquired taste even though it would be so cool to enjoy this with like minded people. This would be fantastic to hear live. Thanks for the journey
For some reason the YouTube music is linked to unavailable song. But I found the whole album as one song so ill give my review based off of that Obviously groovy, way to use all of the keyboard options haha. This first song is pretty stretched, probably wouldn't see it live just for the song but maybe the crowd and vibes Im listening to kind of a reage vibe, this song is not my favorite. Im getting the feeling that all of these songs are gonna feel stretched, and im not really in the mood for that. I skipped around the album a bit to get some of the flavors, but I didn't listen all the way through I'm usually more into the funky phycadelic vibes so ill give it a 3. I like the the usage of lots of voices and Waka guitar and groovy bass. Looses points for songs just being a bit too long and stretched, not quite enough variety to deman ld my attention for as long as it wants. More of music to set s vibe, and less of music to directly listen to for me.
Once: Guitar hero material, would be fun to play, its simple but not boring which is a pretty cool quality Even flow: freeeeeezeeeennn bleababababa 🎸 Ciiiiiieeeeleeeeenn shebabadada even floooooooow🤟🤟 The ride symbol durring the chorus really makes the chorus great. This is clearly a top tier song, people who don't know who pearl jam is know this song because its just for the intro and the chorus its just that good. These songs have slow tempo, but they are still full of energy and make you wanna do stuff, impressive Alive: hits all the good brain feels, that bass tone is so clean behind the slightly scratchy guitar, the bass comes out so much without you even realizing thats its really driving the song. And the snare sound is just perfect for this song. Everything is just perfect. Like everyone in this band is having the same idea and putting it out with perfect sync and simplicity that all I can think is "yes" and nod to the beat Why go: the whammy guitar in the beginning is so calmly chaotic. And im noticing the bass has so much rest between its notes even though it sounds like their is always sound happening, way to play the rests. Gives it just the bit of intensity it needs. Lovr the soft punchyness of everything. Love the layered singing towards the end Black: this song coming after the previous song is perfect! Barely noticed it just felt so right. Its crazy that the tempo hasn't substantially changed but this is clearly a "slow song". "What was evetheiaiaiaaang"🤟. Im just now realizing the singing is like country twangy style, now curious how this would sound with just acoustic guitar. It would probably still sound amazing. Thinking about the chord progression now and I didnt even realize, but in the middle where it sounds nicely repetitive its just playing a 3 chord progression on top of what feels like should be a 4 chord giving it infinite vibes, how cool. The album cover is perfect. It's like all the song are written to make you reach up Jeremy: Good middle of the album song. Singer holds the long notes so well. What a simple yer interesting bass line, so hypnoticaly repetitive. Somehow they do repetition so right. Song starts to feel just a little long and stretched towards the end, but im sure live it would be the perfect amount of "i just don't want this moment to stop". The crawl at the end with the last guitar note👌 Oceans: mushing the brain, its getting hard to listen and not just let the music pass through me at this point. I just want to sit back and enjoy, nothing to critique Porch: he's doing the waka waka guitar but with his voice I swear! I love that he just embodies that. Rest of the song is great, I was lost in the sauce Garden:the rim shots are so spooky and the guitar creates the perfect tension. The the color and flavor just opens upon you so strong ratatouille style. Delish. Love the inside at the end, really highetens the expirience Deep: what a good semi chaotic intro. "Am hooked and for sure have to finish the song now". Release: nice waltz to finish her off, so robust and wide, like a planet, arm open wide.apply named. The two parter caught me off guard but im ok with a little encour haha Fantastic expirience an album. 5 starts.
Silver dagger: the fast picking acoustic is nice and upbeat and gives good pace to the otherwise slow song. The singing vibrate also does the same and is great East virginia: song has a familiar feel Fare thee well: makes me think of an upbeat church song with only acoustic guitar. With a kick in the back this would hit good haha, maybe even a high hat on the upbeats. House of the rising sun: the animals version is the best version of this song for me, but I do think she does this song justice, almost as if she speaks from the expirience All my trials: I was gonna say these all sound like a lullaby and then "hush little baby" I was exactly. Then suddenly your moms gonna die and im like😶, ok then. Good word play haha. This feels like good reading a book music or something that would be sweet to hum. It gives off wedding PowerPoint with lots of fading and fields. Maybe even a sweet funeral. Which to me means that there is a deep meaning that the song makes you feel, very much something everyone in a crowd listens to and has a similar feeling towards Wildwood flower: this song would be fun to a line dance to, cowboy boot heels clicking, hands clapping. That would actually be so much fun, very good Donna donna: peaceful John riley: sounds very similar to "short change hero"-the heavy. Rake and rambling boy: the folk is starting to blend for me, but this has been one of the more enjoyable folk artists for me Little moses: similar Mary Hamilton: similar Henry Martin: El preso numerous nueve: Girl of constant sorrow: I know you rider: John riley: This is a solid album for when you're enjoying nature or at an event with mostly yee yee people. 3 (more like 3.5) stars. Gains points for cowboy nature vibes, but I wouldn't play this music to listen to because it mostly feels down and id rather be energized by music. Its defiantely not bad, just not my preference
The death and resurrection show: kinda heavy metal, wish the bass riff alternated more, Total invasion: beginning comes in strong, I like. Also into the whisper screaming. The vocals in this song are pretty impressive Asteroid: this is getting better. Best intro so far. Asteroooooiiiiiid, this would be a great to chant and headband. Id mosh to this🤟. Implant: tripping drums, sounds like 6/8 time, stressing 1-2.5-4-5. Fun mind tricks, echoed vocals are a great touch. Blood on your hands: im into the driving bass and drums Loose cannon: really like the scratchies in the backround. This is a good one. Love the soft guitar spot, great contrast, really makes a metal song for me You'll never get to me: feels like a "come back from hard times" song, gives a bit more depth to this album, not just heavy guitars and screaming. Sprinkle a little bit of passion. Seeing red: Dark forces: The house that pain built: I like this kind of music. 4 stars. Its not fantastic amazing, but its good, doesn't need a time or place for listening to, its just always good. And it would be great live, id go to this concert if the tickets weren't too expensive.
Believe: very indian sounds, kinda fun Love and hope: its got the Latin piano. It's wierd how jazzy this is and how it feels very different from the jazz im used to. This has "livin la vida loca" Ricky Martin energy, but the violins are such an interesting add that works really well. The repaying lyrics at the end feel like they are for singing and not for chanting. Not what im used to haha Street signs: love the bari sax comboed with the bass, makes the bass feel deeper in the back of the brain just doing what it usually does. I just read the Wikipedia cause I just couldn't place this genre of music. Latin Funk makes so much sense, the music makes so much sense now too. Has a slow and punchy tempo and bass for funk combined with the Latin instrument sounds with the trumpet and piano (Who discovered) america?: this is starting to grow on me, just needed to get into the groove. I cant believe I cant think of another band that does this style of music, it feels so unique and similar to Santana to me right now, especially with the guitar solo. This is really good. This sounds like it would be really fun to play as well Who's to blame: the claps make this song along with the bubbly bass. Not usually into rap but this i can really get behind. Probably not on its own but in the middle of this album it just makes sense Te estoy buscando: what a good tango! Kind of peppy but really cements the "stomp stomp clap clap nose in the air" energy. Love the radio voice and the transitions back into reagular singing, one of my favorite vocal features Saturday night: Really interesting take on the styling. It feels experimental but also very rudimentary. Very opposite with the electric guitar and clams kinda feel Defame en paz: ayy ayy ayyyyyy! Now this is some Mexican style music right here, this i can get behind. Love the call and answere between lead and backup singers! Love the twangy piano sounds, love the sax trumpet stuff. This is going my Playlist right here this is good stuff. Santiago: this is just really good at this point Ya viene el sol: this feels super Indian. Really cool stuff. Donna isabelle: very beautiful piano work. Nadie te tira: the previous intro added so much to this song Chandon Canto: a good calm down I wanted to give it 4 stars at the first half, but this music really won me over. 5 stars, especially for the creativity. I've never heard anything quite like this and im really into how unique it feels for me. Very nice
Singing winds crying beasts: mystical start Black magic woman: guitar hero 3. I never realized there was a intro song to this song, thats crazy. This song is amazing, a classic. I really love the bass groove and the guitar just kinda going along and complimenting evethying else Oye como va: played a version of this song in middle school band. This album is really hitting all of the nostalgia for me. So good. Incident at neshabur: love all of the funky random sounds, cowbell, the bouncy rattle, organ comboed with chord piano, ride and snare, so chaotic in the jazziest way. This would slap so hard in a jazz club. The tempo slow downs!! That was so perfect and unexpected!! Loved that. Really tugging at my strings by tipping into the phycadelic vibes a little. This is surprisingly good Se a cabo: love the jungle feel. Mothers daughter:im enjoying the upbeat energy, but im a little ready for a slower song to mix into this album, hopefully the next one is. Samba pa ti: peeeerfect. This is the perfect slow guy. Im pretty happy with the organization of this album the song are starting to kind of blend for me for their similarities, but the vibes are on point, lots of beaches. As much as I like the soloing guitar I think at this point I'd like a little more structure, a little less soloing a little more band Hope you're feeling better: again, its good, the guitar is a little too lost in the sauce for me. If their were multiple people soloing it wouldn't be an issue, but after hearing the same guitar solo they all start to sound the same to me El nicoya: this was very random wtf😂. This album has a couple of 5 star songs by themselves, but overall its at max a 4 star. A little too much of the same and im just waiting for their to be more.
A walk across the rooftops: what am I listening to?? Very David bowie but with a lot more silent spots everywhere Tinsletown in the rain: this one is better than the last song for me From rags to riches: even better. Like bubbly and poppy and plucking sounds, very fun little energy guy Stay: good vibes overall. Would be happy if it showed up on my shuffle at probably any point in time Easter parade: very peaceful, this album so far is very much what I was hoping to hear today so im very pleased. Heatwave: very good Automobile noise: again very good This is really good for me. Basically a much more peaceful and less chaotic David bowie sound. 4 stars. It could be 5, but im happy giving it a 4
Zero: love the sinth bass 16th notes entrance, wish it went a little harder Heads will roll: heard this song before. I feel like I want it to be good but after hearing it once I'm usually fine going another long stint before I hear it again Soft shock: I like the singing, I like the sinth, I like the drums, and all the little add ons, but together its not my vibe. I think its too simple. Im not excited to hear the next verse cause I already kind of know thats its gonna be the same Skeletons: I usually judge songs fairly heavily on their intros, and so far these intros make me think its gonna be a reasonably good/creative and varying or atleast catchy song, but i keep getting let down Dull life: this is much better. This is much more what I want from this artist. The intro was super good, and it only got better from there. Much more energy and creativity in my opinion Shame and fortune: really like the shakers in the backround. Solid song Runaway: this is a good one. Love the layering. Wish it exploded a little more towards the end Dragon queen: its pretty ok. Just want more from the song Hysteric: Little shadow: I feel like this is 2 stars. dull life was the only song I really liked in this album. Kind of a let down
I got my brand on you: classic blues, the piano goes hard and so does the harmonica I'm youre hoochie coochie man: feels like I'm in a jazz club. Love it Baby, please don't go: Soon forgotten Tiger in your tank: this songbwould sp much fun to play and solo on top of. Love the pase and energy. Usually songs like these last few feel repetitive cause he keeps repeating the vocals, but for me it feels more like he's just singing the blues sounds and the words come second. Similar to "salt peanut". The rythm is salt peanut, so we add the words for the crowd, but for sure the rythm was written first I feel so good I've got my mojo working Got my mojo working pt2: my man put a little extra soul into this one👏👏, very nice Goodbye Newport blues: This was really good classic blues. 4 stars. Would be happy to hear this live and on my Playlists, good vibes for sure
Set the controls for the heart of the pelvis: accurate song name haha Something wicked this way comes: i feel like this is walking downtown music. Very jazzy, especially with the organ sounds The vibes ain't nothin but the vibes: i love this intro. One of my favorite instrument selections on a keyboard, and the light snare rustle and deep bass are perfect companions Its business as usual: wow, very creepy. And very cool creepy how the music strongly enforces the mood. Well done Miles: what a change of pace😂, always a huge fan of a fast walking bass line and sax solo. I wonder if the title "miles" has any correlation with miles davis or if miles just made sense Dirty barry: chaotic. Playing music like this was always hard for me cause you have to count so many rest and remember when to come in. Unless they are just freebaring it then its just fun chaos. Either way enjoyable In a moment of clarity: so jazzy. Like if you were to give somebody three song to describe swing style jazz I really think this would be a solid choice. Achieved in the valley in the dolls: love the intro and hip hop vibes. Very concrete jungle Vermillion kisses: The big bamboozle: State of contraction: The sweetest embrace: Set the controls again: Very creative, very jazzy, kinda experimental but also lots of class. 4 stars, close to 5. Treads a little to close to cringy experimental in one or two songs. It's really good, but because I dont like the way it aims to make me feel, even though I can appreciate it
Breadcum trail: good stuff overall Nosferatu trail: i like the trippy guitar loop Don, aman: I really like this one actually. Kinda mentalica vibes a little. Washer: im really into these music vibes of the album. Very relaxed but still cool. Really like this one a lot too For dinner...: simple good vibes. I easily get lost in the sauce with this kind of music. Very good for me Good morning, captain: its all the same. But it's all very good 5 stars for me, I added two of these song to my Playlist. This is just the kinda shtuff I like to listen to. It has variety and simplicity and keeps my brain entertained and suddenly 7 minutes have gone by. Very nice👌
I know and absolutely love this album, I was introduced to this band and album in middle school and songs like supermassive black hole, knights of cydonia and exo politics will always find a way into my reagular listening routine. This has high energy. Lots creativity and diversity but also you can tell that these song are by muse. The words fits super well behind the music and it great listening in most scenarios. Muse will probably forever be one of my top ten favorite bands 5 stars
Listened to 30 mim of the album. Good being busy music, i like it👍
Little fury things: it all kinda blends, would like to hear more separation I think Kracked: its fine, I think there are good ideas but im lost on the delivery Sludgefest: maybe its just poor recording quality? But I wish it lined up where it sounds like it should and I wish the singing and guitar were more separated. The lung: Raisans: again its fine. Not really doing it for me The sounds sound too much the same. Not enough variety for me. 2 stars. Better sounds quality, more rests, and more respecting and complimenting other instruments would make these really good for me.