Let's Get It On

Marvin Gaye - Let's Get It On
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
1973 Ratings: #14 / 113
User Score
Based on 225 ratings
1973 Ratings: #11
Liked by 13 people
August 28, 1973 / Release Date
LP / Format
Tamla / Label
Marvin Gaye, Ed Townsend / Producer
Soul / Genres
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Bruh, Marvin Gaye just took my virginity with the self-titled track. WTF man give it back.

Track Review

Let's Get It On 10/10
Please Stay (Once You Go Away) 8.5/10.
If I Should Die Tonight 8/10
Keep Gettin' It On 8.5/10.
Come Get to This 9/10
Distant Lover 9.5/10
You Sure Love to Ball 8.5/10.
Just to Keep You Satisfied 9/10

Average: 8.9/10
Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" is perhaps the most sensual record I've heard since the year started. Gaye's seamless creation of a soulful and enticing atmosphere makes this record incredibly listenable from start to finish, despite the inconsistencies. The opening track serves as a perfect mood-setter for the album. From its iconic opening riff to Gaye's amazing vocals, it is truly as great as an introduction as you could get. The rest of the album follows suit tonally and, in terms ... read more
-Usually played during lame protests
-Talks about p*litics and social justice, sounds like a barista with an arts degree that spent all his money on Funkopops
-Title reminds me of being in ph*sics class
-Marvin Gaye in the cover is clearly seen staring blankly into the rain, also reminds me of being in ph*sics class
-Ranked No. 1 Album by dilettantes on Rolling Stone who wank to AC/DC "music"
-Fantano gave it 100, cementing its place on the top of the ... read more
LGIO is pretty but What's Going On does everything better
ugh yes

An absolute classic.
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Added on: June 1, 2013