Average Rating: 3.80
Rating Variance: 0.32
Objectivity Score: 62% (Fairly Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name4.5 superbCZARFACE CZARFACEFeel good music that cuts down competitors from start to finish. A classic.Humble Pie Smokin'Sets a precedent that many modern artists still struggle to achieve. Raw, spirited rock. The minor flaws only help to add character to this album.
Steve Marriott's vocals are impressive. When singing in quieter tones, you can hear him struggling to contain his vocals. There's a voice there desperate to get out, and when he eventually unleashes his roaring chords, they're a majesty to behold.Sandpeople Long Story ShortOne of the only albums I can listen to from start to finish without ever skipping a track. Production = clean and precise, vocals = an eclectic mix of skills.Tha Alkaholiks 21 & Over4.0 excellentA-1 After School SpecialThis album was my introduction to A-1, and boy what a great first impression!
The production is flawless, and lyrical content stays fresh and upbeat. Don't get me wrong, A-1 can have his darker moments, but as a whole, this is a summer album through and through.
I'm keeping an eye on this one.Demi Lovato Don't ForgetA stunner of an album! For a young girl with a powerful vocal ability, this album allows Demi to showcase her talents and doesn't hold her back.Demi Lovato Here We Go AgainA great follow up to Don't Forget. Demi makes no drastic changes to her style, and I don't blame her. Her voice works with the pop/rock mix seamlessly to bring this album to life.Eyedea & Abilities By the ThroatI love this album. Feels fresh and crispy. No further comment necessary.Fu-Schnickens F.U. Don't Take It PersonalFu-Schnickens Nervous BreakdownJohnny Flynn A LarumR.A. The Rugged Man Legends Never DieThoroughly well produced with a verbal delivery and content to make your hair stand on end.
A couple of questionable features (Hopsin's generic guest verse in particular), but the album meshes well.Small Faces Small FacesSmall Faces From the BeginningGreat classic tracks on this release. Key songs "Whatcha Gonna Do About It"? and "My Minds Eye". Highly recommended for pivotal band of the London music scene of the 60s.Styles of Beyond Razor Tag3.5 greatA-1 The Book of AdamAnathallo Canopy GlowThis is my go-to album for a quiet rainy night in. Soothing and melodic, a lovely little album to carry you through the nightLittle Birdy ConfettiI enjoy this album a lot. Built up a connection to it when I used it as post-breakup soundtrack. Vocals are beautiful, the music is powerful but never imposes.Mac Lethal Irish GoodbyeConsiderably more tame compared to the heart thumping NKBBQ, but still with a couple of memorable tracks. Sum 41 All Killer No FillerThis was the most important album of my childhood- the album that EVERYBODY on the playground had to own. I decided to re-listen to it the other day, only to discover that much of the hype that I had retained was merely heightened by a sense of nostalgia.
A much younger me would have rated this album a 5/5. But then again, to a much younger me, everything new to me was the best thing ever for a period of time.
It's a good, solid album, and nice to listen to. Sadly nothing glows3.0 goodRestiform Bodies TV Loves You BackStyles of Beyond Reseda Beach2.0 poorDemi Lovato UnbrokenA huge shift in style for Demi Lovato, one of which I am not a fan.
Gone is the pop-rock princess that we grew to love with her previous albums, and in comes the new dance-r&b-club Demi with disastrous results.
The only gem on this album comes in the form of the single Skyscraper, the only song to really expose Demi's true feelings and not hide behind a fascade.
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