Discussion in 'Abbey Road' started by 10000 Days, Jan 22, 2018.
what the fuck? Who hates that album? Its not as masterful as their past works, but it is solid and I have never heard any of my friends say "I hate it"
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That's the second one I was thinking of.
Havnt listened to enough of this album, but I love what I have heard.
Get the fuck out of here! Agreed with whoever said Load though, I still listen to that now, some shit on there but some gold too.
Personally I think Tool are the only band I can think where I would rate every album at least 4 stars, most consistent catalogue of all time imo. (would want to be when you release an album every 23 years).
Of those listed I enjoyed Deftones' self titles, Pinkerton, and Down on the Upside.
Pinkerton may not have been big then but is considered a classic now.
Not quite as good as "is this it" or "room on fire", but far superior to "first impressions of earth" and "angles".
It's become such a "sleeper" album, it's basically overrated. I do really like it though, I think Navarro being on the album was a nice change of pace though.
Love this album. An iridescent diamond that shines brighter than all the other neon imbued horseshit that was spewed out of the Sunset Strip.
But, it has its fair share of haters.
You are correct sir.Hate it so good on ya pal for having the balls to say you don't,I don't think I've ever heard "like"with that album
Not my favourite but still a killer album all around.
The latest Dark Lotus Album "The Mud, Water, Air and Blood"
I liked One Hot Minute, it was after that I tuned out from the Chili Peppers
What who hates this?
A lot of my friends who think QOTSA should sound like they did in the first two albums
Love the first few albums, but these last two were really damn good. Guess I'm in the minority, but Homme has evolved as a musician and I like their direction.
Not sure how much hate it gets, but I know it's a pretty underrated album
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