Jul 5, 2020
josephdcater -
50
I couldn't pay attention to this
Jul 5, 2020
josephdcater -
71
POTD #5

This was really good, I really liked it, I will be coming back to it. The first half of the album was full of what I had been waiting for with The Beatles, psychedelia. Taxman, Eleanor Rigby, Yellow Submarine, (among others) are some of the best songs recorded by the group and they're all together on this album. What's up with the final track that one kinda freaked me out.
Jul 5, 2020
josephdcater -
57
POTD #4

This is the first Beatles album that I've listened through fully. If this is what's considered one of their best, I'm scared to touch the other stuff. Some tracks were pretty good near the beginning, like Nowhere Man or Michelle, but I feel like as an album this offered a less than interesting experience. Also, it ends with John Lennon singing a song about killing his wife, so good for him.
Jul 4, 2020
josephdcater -
46
This is like Green Album's older brother that tripped and fell down the stairs
Jul 4, 2020
josephdcater -
75
This is arguably better than his collaborative work, but I still think it's not quite there yet
Jul 3, 2020
josephdcater -
100
At the Starbucks I work at,they were playing Miles Davis in the lobby. How did I know this was Miles Davis? I recognized the song, it was 'Round Midnight. That was the most surreal moment in my recent life I can think of. I would've never guessed that I would enjoy jazz enough to actually recognize the songs when played in public.
Jul 3, 2020
josephdcater -
60
Weezer falls flat on their faces after making two of the greatest alt rock albums by making a mediocre alt rock album
Jul 3, 2020
josephdcater -
100
POTD #3

Miles Davis takes the final track on Kind of Blue and stretches it to a full length album, to my fullest enjoyment. This is the most cinematic a Miles Davis has felt to me so far, especially with the Spanish influence on the entire project.

Maybe this album just reminded me of Red Dead Redemption, that being one of my favorite game experiences of the last few years, so maybe the just go together in that weird way my brain works.
Jul 2, 2020
josephdcater -
67
Miles has a vice grip around my throat forcing me to enjoy his great tunes. I was feeling Surrey With the Fringe on Top, then Salt Peanuts comes on and I'm blown away. The rest of the record was kinda mediocre to me
Jul 2, 2020
josephdcater -
80
POTD #2

Is it weird that I feel bad for not giving this a perfect score? This is supposed to be Miles' best, but while I did love it, I just don't see it as perfect. The majority of the album is great, it's fun, it's really good for jazz (a genre I never expected to enjoy so much) I think this album deserves a 100, but I'm gonna keep it as what I feel is correct right now.
Jul 2, 2020
josephdcater -
100
I've heard every song on this album many, many times, but I have never listened to them all at once in a single listening and oh my lord they hit different. This absolutely blows Blue out of the water I don't know how I went so many years not listening to this all the time.

I probably only like because I'm an adolescent male
Jul 2, 2020
josephdcater -
75
Once again, Folds presents us with pretty straightforward storytelling, wonderful piano playing, and every once in a while there is brass that absolutely terrifies me every time it plays. Steven's Last Night in Town and Brick are two of his best songs.
Jul 2, 2020*
josephdcater -
0
POTD #1

Edit: I decided my ratings should reflect my enjoyment of an album, not what i think the album should be, so a 0 (original score was 50)

Bach: The Goldberg Variations was an album that I already had my opinion made on after the first few tracks. I knew it would be absolutely boring for me to sit through, and I would not enjoy the 38 minutes it presented. While sure, comparatively, there were some fun moments but those moments were only fun because they were alongside such schlock. ... read more
Jul 1, 2020
josephdcater -
57
The Theme is a great song
Jul 1, 2020
josephdcater -
100
I grew up with this album, I found myself singing along with every single track. Weezer does go downhill at some point, but I'll enjoy it while I can.
Jul 1, 2020
josephdcater -
58
I went into this not sure of what to think. I knew Ben Folds cause my parents listened to him but I never actually heard him, just heard of him. I've probably never disclosed this to you guys, but I'm a sucker for some good hardcore piano playing, and Ben delivers that on most tracks. After realizing I was enjoying the album, I got into it, and then my experience went downhill. Everything past the halfway point is just garbage (Except for Uncle Walter that song goes hard). Better luck next time ... read more
Jul 1, 2020
josephdcater -
71
Maybe it's the edition of Scuare, maybe it's that this is the only rap I've listened to in days, maybe it's just because this thing was really whiny. I didn't enjoy it as much as the previous collaborations and I wish I had.
Jun 30, 2020
josephdcater -
91
I liked this one way too much
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