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RickSalix -
I listened to Adrianne Lenker's newest record with bare to no knowledge about her previous solo projects and mild exposure to the work released by her band, Big Thief (both of which I have the wish to explore in the future).

Her second solo record was made after the abrupt cancellation of Big Thief's tour due to Covid, and a breakup that deeply affected Adrianne. These two factors made her isolate herself in a wooden cabin, where she wrote and recorded this album.

"songs", as the ... read more
RickSalix -
I started listening to this one a bit skeptical, but was left satisfied!

"A Hero's Death", the second record from Irish punk group Fontaines D.C. was released only a year after their debut and it was able to impress me very much for the positive, specially since I was left slightly disappointed with "Dogrel".

This record shows a great, rapid improvement in the band's overall sound as well as the song themes and aesthetics.
Practically each and every one of the 11 tracks ... read more
RickSalix -
Fontaines D.C.'s debut record is a curious one.

I decided to listen to their work after the rave reviews their latest record "A Hero's Death" had. Before that, I haven't heard of this Irish punk group.

After hearing the first half I felt disappointed. The tracks weren't necessarinly bad, but I expected more? Grian Chatten's vocals weren't compelling, and while the instrumentals have nothing to complain about the first five songs took longer to grow on me. They eventually did, ... read more
RickSalix -
"The Man Who Sold The World" is a record on David Bowie's discography worth remembering, even if it doesn't have the fame that other albums like "Ziggy Stardust" "Hunky Dory" or "Heroes" have.

It was the first record to feature Mick Ronson and Mick Woodmansey in guitar and drums. Both of them would later be part of "the Spiders from Mars", and were crucial for Bowie's improvement on his musical style and his records' instrumentals.

While ... read more
RickSalix -
The Doors' popularity wasn't at its best when the 60s ended. The band's previous record "The Soft Parade" was unfavorably received by the public, and Jim Morrison's substance abuse led to poor concert perfomances and the decline of the band's reputation and radio-play. 50 years ago they released "Morrison Hotel", a record that set the band back on track.

The fifth album from the LA-based group shows a back-to-basics sound heavily influenced by blues rock, a genre from ... read more
Nov 23, 2020
It's taken a while and it's a mess but the list is complete
Nov 21, 2020
Thanks for the response, you've been added!
Nov 21, 2020
Ayyyyyyy nice choice. Ur somehow the first person to say that, I agree that it is one of the greats. Thanks for the reply.
Nov 21, 2020
you're not late don't worry! i'm doing well, thank you. good picks, these are definitely annoying.
here's the list if you wanna have a look:
Nov 19, 2020
Hola, I'm making a list, and I'm wondering what do u think is the greatest hiphop/rap album of all time?
Nov 18, 2020
Hey, what do you think the most over hated album of 2020 is? (for a list)
Nov 16, 2020
hi Rick, hope you're doing well! i'm making a list and i'd like you to participate. the question is: what is the most annoying song of all time?
Nov 10, 2020
Nov 5, 2020
Hey, whats your favorite album released in the 60’s. (For a list)
just for fun. ratings may change in the future.
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