oh dear how did I miss so many years
lemme see now...
is one of my favourite albums ever, total beauty, Bjork in her peak. Strange Little Girls
is still one of my least favourites from Tori, I appreciate it for the concept and sound, but I just don't connect with most of it. and to be honest, I prefer many of her live covers of other songs than the ones she did hereWeezer
are also cool, though I havent listened to the latter in full in 10 years probably, not sure I'd like it the same. The singles were great though, Come Into My World remains among my Kylie faves
, I have nothing to say except what a masterpiece that was. I know people cling to her 90s works as her greatest, but I strongly believe this was her opus. Although everything she did from 92-02 was brilliant so it's not that easy to decide on the one singular work. Oh and this is my fave album of all time.Under Rug Swept
is also great, among my Alanis faves. Reminds of Scarlet in some places actually, kind of melancholic and all.C'mon C'mon
is one I'm still getting used to, love the title track, SOTS (though it's a bit cheesy) and Weather Channel a lot
is my favourite Madonna album (although Music comes close), have loved it for a decade and more, so good.Say You Will
is very solid, but has too many songs so I still get lost in it sometimes.Body Language
, loved it when I was much younger, listened to it recently and didn't really care for most of it. I think Kylie does singles amazingly, album tracks not so much,0304
is one of my least fave Jewel albums, after the country stuff. Very hit and miss.Tasty
are nice, not my faves of the artists.
nothing that much here for me...L.A.M.B.
is definitely a great pop album, a classicSo-Called Chaos
is one I've started to appreciate more since the survivorMedulla
is rather difficult, but I adore some of its songs
is a nice album, not really my thing tbh.Supernature
is cool, but I prefer calm Goldfrapp over dancey GFAerial
is beautiful, but I still prefer the first side over the second one which everyone worships.You Could Have It...
is my fave FF album, really solid all the way.Extraordinary Machine
is amazing, love it a lot
I do urge you to revisit it. I think it aged really well, especially compared to the stuff that came later. it sounds like ''oh she's gone soft and cheesy and sugary'', but when you listen to the lyrics behind the sugar, the whole paradox of the album becomes clear, like sadness wrapped in ribbons
(some songs are just crappy though). now I'm rambling about it again lol
2006:Back to Black
is a classic, really really goodGoodbye Alice
is nice and has some pretty stuff, ultimately not close to her first three albums. Mistake to release it after 0304, she needed something stronger to repair her image, not inoffensive and overproduced folky-country-pop