>up my sleeves not 10
>those low ratings for nldw
I love you man!
Dumping Blue Öyster Cult
listened to the album yesterday after really liking No More Parties and realized that I also adore it
A little high imo but I agree with it mostly.
Makes sense though seeing as you really liked GP and NOTM, which are very different from the rest of their albums.
Giving something 11/10 automatically discredits your other ratings
this is my first time doing this so i just usedmy favorite album
didn't really take any effort cause i gave every song a 10 but oh well
Score/average disparity is because Blue sucking drags the average down. Not enough for me to think less of the entire project, though.
I know Brian Eno can be kinda quirky and it wasn't a song I instantly loved, but I think it captures the overall sound of the album really well. Its so groovy, like I feel like I could be in the back of the mystery machine listening to this. Its a really great build up at the end as well. What don't you like about it?
I guess my biggest issue with it is the track order. I wouldn't mind it nearly as much if it were in the first half of the album. Siberian -> Lady Dada's -> Congrats would be a much stronger closing sequence without it, Eno breaks up the mood too much. I want that quirkiness moved to the front of the album.
ok sweepstakes isn't the best but its gotta be worth more than a literal zero? idk it can be kinda catchy and the weird time signature stuff is cool
>sun and moon and starry y'all
>each and every all of y'all
Fair ratings, I'd probably have Golden Brown a bit higher.
change overall to a 10, i never rate an album a 10 unless its been ou 5+ years
Could you explain your Beach Life-in-Death's rating? I get that it has some nice parts to it, but it kinda makes the album feel oblong and overstays its welcome a bit.