Highway 61 RevisitedBob Dylan
Yeah, it's fine
Yeah, it's fine
It was pretty good, and then it just kept going.
Yeah, it's definitely Coldplay
Pretty groovy and cool. Definitely a big fan, and a good introduction to Massive Attack
Good, but I definitely prefer the triphop we heard yesterday
This one was pretty darn cool
I liked this a whole lot better back than I thought I would
It's kinda fun. Would probably get a better rating if I listened to it more closely
The parts I listened to were pretty good, but I found myself regularly not paying any attention to it. This might just be a side-effect of listening while focusing on work, but that's how I listened to it.
I'm just happy it's over
This is incredibly fun and exciting
Music is such a beautiful concept that encompasses so many different types of sound
Decent background music, but I wouldn't sit around and actively focus on it
Big fan of gumbo, although I am a sucker for some good jambalaya
Yeah, now we're boogieing!
My main takeaway from this experiment is that I really like 90's music.
This is pretty good. I think it would be much better if I paid attention to the words, but it seems that I am incapable of this feat.
This was okay. I liked it, but I didn't particularly pay too much attention to it.
I thought it was okay and I was going to complain about it being too long, but then I listened to the drum solo.
I like me some Dave Grohl.
This isn't my favorite, and the album taking about 7 years to finish didn't help. Definitely thought I'd enjoy it more.
I liked this album a lot better when Spotify was down.
This one was pretty cool.
Turns out I enjoy CCR.
Pretty darn cool.
Not my cup of tea.
This was pretty good and pretty fun. I don't think I've ever heard Arcade Fire before. Bonus point because this felt like an album rather than a bunch of songs tossed together.
I'd fight some foos.
It says a lot about a band when the most popular song sounds nothing like the rest of their work. In other news, here's Creep.
Yeah, this one was fun.
There were some parts of this that I really liked, and then there were some weird parts.
I cannot describe why I like this, but I do.
I think I liked Bob Dylan better.
Yeah, this was pretty good. Although I thought it was going to be quite different based on the intro.
I get the feeling these fellows know how to party. Way better than PJ Harvey.
This album has a lot of ideas that I usually really like, but, somehow, the way that Beck has combined these ideas has resulted in an end product that I can't stand in any way.
Definitive coffee shop music.
It's okay. I like some of the weird riffs, but honestly didn't pay attention to most of it.
I thought it was pretty good while I was listening to it, but I've already forgotten it.
This was pretty fun. It really made you feel like Led Zeppelin III
Insert something about space.
It's definitely something.
Some goofy drum beats.
I had a lot of fun.
I liked the trumpet in Red Light.
"Sex Dwarf" definitely is a song.
I was really liking this, and then the educational content about cholesterol levels of ham 'n' eggs came on.
The rest of the music isn't nearly good enough to get over the voice.
Not my vibe.
I vibed with this significantly more than I thought I would.
You already know.
This album really makes you feel like you have maggot brain.
Sets the mood very well, and Ella Fitzgerald's voice is beautiful.
It's fine. It has some stuff that I usually like, but it's much too repetitive.
I'm not particularly a fan of his voice, and the rest of the music wasn't good enough to make up for it.
I had a good time.
It didn't quite catch me, but I think I might would enjoy this more if I listened to it again.
I have no idea what's happening, but I'm loving it.
Yeah, this was definitely something.
Incredibly fun, and I really liked the drums.
This was pretty fun and exciting.
Eh, it's okay. I think this might get a 3 or even a 4 if I were in the mood to listen to this, but I also think I'd very rarely be in the mood to listen to this.
Every time I listen to U2, I feel surprised that I didn't hate it.
I liked the sound, but I didn't particularly enjoy any song.
I think I'm a Boston fan now.
I had a good time. Quite jazzy.
I've decided I don't like this style of English 80s synth-heavy pop very much.
Good 80s British pop.
I liked some songs, but I really didn't like others (Scorpio).
I hadn't heard of The Vines before listening to this, and that's a shame
I've probably listened to a dozen or two songs that were obviously in the style of Beastie Boys, but I don't think I've ever actually listened to Beastie Boys.
I like it, but every song feels repetitive. Unlike some of the other albums I've rated, this might be especially good for listening while working, but unfortunately I wasn't working today.
This was pretty good! I especially liked the "Who Do You Love" suite.
Those were definitely some sounds.
I mean, it's Beyoncé
I'm surprised that I didn't hate this as much as I thought I would.
I wasn't feeling this and was going to give it a 2, but "We Walk" was good enough to bump this up to a 3.
Never heard of him before, but I'm now a big fan.
Wasn't my favorite, but gets a bonus point for being nice and short.
I am officially not a fan of The Doors.
Really incredibly goofy, but I'm a fan of it.
Pretty good Christmas album. Would listen to while decorating the tree.
Really fun music that you could definitely dance to. However, minus 1 point for essentially being the same song listed 12 times.
I can like some angry music, but this very much feels angry for the sake of being angry. I liked the beginning, but it felt grating by the end.
I was going to rate this lower because it sounds like generic bluesy-rock music, but it only sounds generic because of all of the artists that have copied the style of The Rolling Stones. Still good music.
Beautiful story, and wonderful music. Love an album that feels like a piece of art rather than a bunch of songs, and this definitely delivers
This was decent. It had parts that I enjoyed, but I didn't quite get into it like I would have liked.
Quite a blast, and nice and short.
This really makes you feel like you're 1997.
I typically don't enjoy live albums, but in Sam Cooke is quite energetic, and it makes this quite enjoyable.
Was pretty decent. This rating would vary based on the mood I was in.
Good sad boi music.
A good ole honky tonkin' time.
She's quite good. That's all I have to say.
Somewhat good, but also quite chaotic.
It's fine. I think the energy of chaos would be excellent live, if you're into that sort of thing, but it was a lot less exciting listening to it.
The central plot was quite strange, but I still had a great time.
Quite fun with a lot of variety
Pretty solid. I think that if I were to sit down and completely focus on it, I would rate it higher.
It's okay, but it didn't quite hook me.
It's Queen. I had an excellent time.
It's okay. All I could think about was listening to other Fleetwood Mac
It's okay, but I didn't think it was anything particularly special.
It was pretty fun, but there were definitely some moments I didn't enjoy as much.
I thought it was pretty good when I listened to it, but I've completely forgotten it now by review time.
Quite good, and I appreciate that it seems to tell a story.
It was pretty good, but it didn't keep my interest.
It's okay, but I'm not crazy about it.
It was decent and I liked the variety, but it did not hold my attention.
All over the place, but quite a good time.
Pretty solid album, definitely one that works as an album
It's pretty good, but I'm not crazy about it.
I couldn't help but bob my head for most of this album.
I had never heard of any of these songs previously, but I loved every second of this album.
I had quite a good time.
I am decidedly not a Beck fan.
Never thought I'd ever listen to a 22 minute song that essentially just says "We are driving on the Autobahn".