My 250th review! I hope its my last one too I'm afraid. Coincidentally, it happened to be on this Zepp's long and concluded masterpiece. Their set up everything on what's great about these titans of rock! From sex to mystical, they threw it all.
Its so unreal when an artist like Bowie gets to say its final message to his audience in the most majestic, desperate yet open-willing, authentic, and innovative ways. Even in his dying days, he still absorbing his contemporaries into his influences.
The Stones crawled out of their flowery era into the more raw blues that their known for. But, you still can hear they had bunch of flavors of raga and other non-blues sound. But, otherwise a transitional record
Ah, the good ol' fresh out of the kitchen Kanye West. I remember the hype when the most promised producer about to become rapper about to released his most groundbreaking debut ever. This still feels fresh till this day because Kanye, like Radiohead, had shreded new skin everytime they came out. This is the real Kanye.
Bjork is a one of a kind artist that can't be duplicated. She created her own zone that feels like its mood whenever she compose. Bjork welcomed anyone to her world, and hers is beyond magical, seductive, and powerful