Easily one of my favorite Tull albums. Ian Anderson's flute and acoustic guitar, Martin Barre's guitar licks and I forget their names due to frequent lineup changes in the band but the bass, piano and drums are fantastic too. Any band who invents (or if they didn't, made it popular) such a wonderful, brilliant sound deserves a 5/5. This was overproduced in its time but sounds underproduced compared to today's standards. I really love that nice medium between the two.
Love listening to it on vinyl. A few mediocre songs, but they are spaced in between amazing songs. Both sides are great (Aqualung, My God) & Ian Anderson's flute solos are amazing. Tull is one of the only bands to ever make the flute cool.