Wish You Were HerePink Floyd
Elevated elevator music. Boring. Progressive, yet anti-climatic.
Elevated elevator music. Boring. Progressive, yet anti-climatic.
Weird, but alluring. China girl is especially cool and nightclubbing has some uniquely awesome guitar sounds.
Elevated elevator music. Boring. Progressive, yet anti-climatic.
Fun, jangling, up beat. I listened to this album like 4 times yesterday. The lyrics are whimsical, especially in Cosmic Dancer. Love this.
I like bass guitar a lot, but the music itself doesn’t really inspire to do or feel anything. Just nice to listen to on occasion.
This sounds like every other Neil Young album I’ve ever listened to, but not as good. How many more Neil Young albums are essential to listen to before I die? Like for real.
Never heard of this band. Good listen, will listen again.
Fun to listen to. Definitely an experience. Really cool harmonica intro. Not really my style though.
Some of the more interesting jazz I’ve ever heard. With the right setting this music is a lot of fun, and with some practice, danceable. Lots of fast music, fast drums, fast horns.
Didn’t like it. Cheesy, boring, basic instrumentation.
I love most tracks. To me there are one or two duds, but overall rollicking good music.
Punk rock classic. Love the intensity!
What a voice. Definitely worth a listen. Instrumentation is kind of blah, but the voice steals the show anyway.
This feels like the Beatles and The Beach Boys had a baby who’s into alternative and borderline punk. I like it a lot and the instrumentation is exquisite.
Jazz rock fusion is more enjoyable than I would have guessed. The whole album is a bit too chaotic for me. Track 2 was my favorite.
The title track is undeniable. It’s an amazing piece of art. The rest of the album is, in my opinion, mostly forgettable, although pleasant enough to listen to.
Eh. Long tracks, long intros. Maybe I just wasn’t in the right mood, but I don’t care for this really at all.
There’s a few great songs on this album, but mostly this feels like an artist’s exploration of their own sound. The album doesn’t feel cohesive.
Great album. So many genres and influences coming together to make some slick, fun, great music.
New to me, this music was captivating at first, but its novelty wore off quickly. Pleasant to listen to, and good ambience for a lively party.
Superb. One of the better classic rock albums. Amazing guitar.
Interesting, but not captivating. I may have just had a lot going on while listening, but this one just isn’t memorable.
Weird, abrasive, fuzzy, and shocking. The guitar sound is superb, as is the playing. I think I love it.
It was fine. Nice to listen to, but unremarkable.
Nelson has an amazing voice, but I hate this. Covering some of his childhood favorites, but in this restrained, I guess you could say classic way. The passion that makes so many of these songs great is gone. No crescendo. Flat.
It was better than that last Willie Nelson album. This seems like an album that was likely innovative at the time, but now it’s just kind of whatever. Fine background music but not worth listening to again.
I really liked “ I Don’t Remember” and “ and through the wire” but other than that I thought the album was so so.
“That lady” and “summer breeze” are so fire. But the rest just doesn’t meet the potency of these songs. Still good.
High camp, so so music.
Pop country is a genre that rarely feels like a musical success. And this album falls right into line. I couldn’t make it through the whole album. Cheesy and boring.
Production is of the highest quality and there are some absolutely great tracks on here, but as I age I find myself less amused with the obscene lyrics. Sure, it’s a goof, a show, but one that in less attracted to these days.
Cohen has a great voice, but this whole thing just falls into that category of music that I hear but just can’t ever focus on and really listen. It’s not captivating.
What? Why? This is just modern pop. The hit track “A Minha Menina” has nice commercial value, but I heard nothing that set this album apart, and made it essential to listen to before death.
This is a pretty cool album. Lots of good songs, but also cool instrumentation with plenty of solos, both guitars and drums.
This is what I want to hear on classic rock stations. Great listen.
The title track was fun and interesting to listen to, something I’d heard before but never the whole album. Jazz just isn’t really ever what I want to listen to.
This is just more jazz to me. Pleasant enough, but unremarkable.
Too much noise.
Better than the last Cohen album. A few songs were pretty good, and had some fiercely good lyrics.
Ray Charles has a wonderful voice, and there are some great tracks here. Overall album is a bit long, a few snoozers for sure.
So fun. The hooks are top notch, great to rap/yell along with the chorus. The beats are funky. Love it.
The instrumentation is fine, but to me this just sounds like a goofy version of the Beatles. I can’t take his voice seriously, and I don’t particularly like it.
What an album! Weird sounds, topics of beauty and death, and just absolutely beautiful music. Every track is great. Love this album.
What a flow! Opening track and venom are my favorites. She changes up her rhythm and tone a lot, which I like. Very cool album.
They’re a few cool tracks on here. Boxcar has this fuzzy, almost kazoo like guitar sound, that has a rocking’ solo at the end. Fingernails is super fun to sing along to. Overall it’s a bit flat, but a few cool songs.
There is some great banjo playing and general instrumentation, but the “skits” on seemingly every track are a bit much in my opinion. The album while fun to listen to, doesn’t have that next level to it.
Fuzzy punk rock, I love it.
Fun rock opera. Funny lyrics, goofy but fun.
Wow. So bad it’s laughable. It’s from a very distinct time in cultural history, and it only fit in that brief window. Now it’s near offensively terrible.
I wish they’d be a little more punk. The hit track was too poppy for me, and after that the album gets less good in my opinion.
It’s fine. There are some pretty cool instrumentation from time to time and some biting lyrics, but the whole record is just soft and doesn’t really capture attention.
Very pleasant and soothing. This is how you make a soulful and interesting album that is slow, methodical, and interesting.
The 90s club scene in its awkward glory. Indie, electronic and hip hop smashed together in sweaty rave where no one listens and everyone dances to their own blend of drugs.
What a wild pop phase. It’s not terrible, but multiple listens are not for me. It’s fun and lively, but also silly.
Not for me. A few strummed notes and a shrill woman almost crying on a few tracks. No thanks.
Pretty good. Gets better with multiple listens as it can just slip into background noise. The lyrics can be silly and ridiculous, but somewhat fun or funny. And there are multiple tracks with some smooth saxophone, that I wish there was more of.
How many Beatles albums am I supposed to care about? Is their whole discography categorized “must listen before I die?” The beat songs here are covers, the rest are whatever.
I liked it. However, I don’t remember much about it.
What an album. So many genres smoothly mixed into one that doesn’t quite fit any mold. Dude can sing, lyrics are fire and the instrumentation is both pretty and danceable.
This album rocks! Great live performance, that has some fun solos and fairly jammy parts that work really well.
I liked this. The only part I wasn’t sold on what the singing, at times it wasn’t what I thought worked best with the music, and a bit cheesy, but overall good album.
Maybe not their best or my favorite Radiohead album, but it was good.
I only listened to one track. I can appreciate the style, but it’s not my particular style, nor do I care to listen to it.
Better than I thought it would be. Would love this on a classic rock station, but maybe not something I would put on.
Incredible album. Lyrics are other worldly. Guitar licks are catchy. David Bowie at his alter ego finest.
Amazing mix of styles, rocking out at points, dancy, beautifully weird.
Pretty music, that I’m just not into.
I didn’t realize how much I like deep purple. This band keeps it rocking and has some great, fun tracks. Keep the deep purple deep.
Too much talking, not enough hooks. Wholly forgettable. It’s too pretentious and goofy.
This album was pretty cool, especially the intro. My only problem with the album is the way it was presented, two really long tracks. So many cool parts to the tracks, but a lot of progression to get there, that doesn’t really feel like the same song.
A legendary performance, great music, supercool intro, but as this album ages I wish the production of it was better.
I wasn’t expecting to like it as much as I did. It did live up to the idea of ambient dance music.
When reading the blurb on this band I was excited to listen, then I did. The songs feel like rants over mediocre music, barely cohesive. If Lou reed was both more punk and worse.
Fun and upbeat, but a bit silly and pop forward.
Beautiful first of all, with layers of melody, rumblings, weird noises and instruments all working together, and giving so much depth. It’s motivating while calming. I have no idea what they’re saying, but I love it anyway.
Pleasant, but simplistic and boring instrumentation.
I like it more than I was expecting to. It quite easily manages to mingle in backgrounds while still be interesting. It has intricate layers much like Sigur ros, but with a totally different and unique sound. It’s motivating and even a little danceable.
This feels like my generations version of classic Christmas songs. This is how I remember hearing them when I was younger. It’s nice, not over the top, just solid.
Really fun and grooving album. Easy to dance to and get lost in. There were a few weird tracks and misses, but overall good.
Whimsical and relaxing. It’s almost something I’d listen to over and over again, but lacks that attention grabbing factor.
I used to love this album. I still love under the bridge, but most of the songs feel goofy and overly crass. I’m just not into it as much.
It’s good, but silly. It’s hard to take seriously. The riffs are pretty cool though.
Like the Beatles, but a few song with some edge and grit to them.
Beautiful, but nothing grabs your attention like respect and the other tracks just don’t match up.
Super fun and upbeat. Sing alongs and more brooding songs, some funky bass on occasion. Really good album.
It’s pretty and sometimes witty, but fades into background, not attention grabbing.
I wasn’t expecting to like this, but as it played I found myself drawn in by the lyrics and the music. It’s passionate and oh so sad catchy.
Pretty. The live performance added to the ambiance perfectly. A little on the boring side.
Crisp, solid, classic rock.
Funky and fun. Utterly ridiculous persona and story telling, but somewhat funny. It transports you to a time and place, very much of its era.
Pleasant enough, but overall boring. Not my style.
A mash up of things I do and don’t like, almost punk, but elements of many musical styles. Lyrically strange.
This feels like a small step forward for punk rock from the Dictators. Similarly poppy and also covers a super old pop song. Better, but still not amazing.
Lyrically he’s talented, but the subject matter doesn’t appeal anymore, after the shock value wears off. I do like that intro a lot, a reminder that this is made up, art, for entertainment, and for specific audiences, not everyone.
This album transports you to movie land, as it feels more like a score. Definitely mood setting.
Interesting, poppy indie rock. There are some cool sounds and one really weird but fun track, “useful chamber.” Nice to listen to, might listen again.
I like this, it feels raw and energetic.
His voice is captivating, his stories are brilliant, his style is strange, and category defying. I like it.
Calm echoes echo Sad cowboy’s teary eyed tales Twang drowned in lost love
Regular rude dude Does not control your actions Raps art not advice
Passionate anger Trembling yet bold belting Woman of sure fire
Better Dave Mathews? Blended into nothingness Drone on grunge I guess
Trippy hippie love Generation defining Wax poetic rock
Lyrically inspired Cocktail songs with social pluck Beautifully bold
Rhythm and robots Strobe light pool party all night Set program to dance
Occasional charm Choir pop rock might be tight live Bolstering needed
Superlative here Funky rhythms, killer voice Superlative there
Hell on earth exists But funky beauty does too Chill in that beauty
Simple as lightning Beats and sounds rain down your ears Engineered nature
Broken hearted men Have their guitars cry for them Shredding memories
Wiggles and squirming Weirdly poppy but not catchy Bouncing off the walls
Wispy as light fog Pretty sounds arranged ugly Put me to shleep please
Head bopping deep beats Shoulders popping vulture style Moody dance pop hop
Block party starter Driving beats that move your feet Dance until you’re dead
Pop worth a listen Dreamy kaleidoscope sound Dance in a synth trance
Instant funk IV In your blood, must obey beat Rhythms flow through you
A soulful jam sesh Unknown words sang with passion Raucous drumming fun
Big band supported Wildly scratchy smooth vocals Twisting and rocking
Casual poems An upbeat melancholy Beautifully life
Big bass, whispered songs If your bedroom is your church Ecstasy abounds
Sonic confidence Instrumental perfection So smooth sing-alongs
Slick riffs and plain drums Energetic fun blues blend Twisted charisma
Wild sounds wildly paced Smoothly bold yet erratic Blotto R&B
Charming yet cheeky Solid rock butter knife edge Iconic finish
Witty, aggressive Pop culture referencing UK Gangster rap
Radio Brit rock Safely unadventurous Boldly quite boring