Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Tuesday Night Music Club - Sheryl Crow (1993)

She may be a half-wit, but she sure writes some classy tunes, or somebody does at any rate.  8/10.

Surfacing - Sarah McLachlan (1997)

If you don't have an emotional response listening to this, go see a shrink ASAP.  7/10.

Nirvana (the Best of) - Nirvana (2002)

Just buy the albums instead, OK?  There's only 3 main ones after all.   6/10.

Travelling Without Moving - Jamiroquai (1996)

Buying this pays for Jay Kay's Ferraris.  Don't, he's got enough now.  5/10.

1 - The Beatles (2000)

An unsatisfying compilation (as they often are), only saved by coming from the very gods of pop.  8/10.

Keep The Faith - Bon Jovi (1992)

Former hair metalers find some credibility, but only a little.  6/10.

This Is Hope - Mull Historical Society (2004)

Quirky multi-instrumentalist wires directly to your brain.  Resistance is futile.  8/10.

Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon & Garfunkle (1970)

Just goes to show what Paul Simon can do when he forgets about being so short for a while.  10/10.

Lust for Life - Iggy Pop (1977)

No wonder he was grinning, post drug fest masterpiece.  10/10.