More overtly psychedelic in some places. Not as strong as the first album. There’s nothing bad here, but it just doesn’t grab me much. “Kentucky Woman” might be the most fun track on here.
It’s a transition point between Them and the solo stuff he’d do later. At least that’s how I read it. Some of it is straight forward blues rock. “Brown-Eyed Girl” is probably easily the best song on here. Overall there’s nothing to dislike on here.
I enjoyed this one a lot. Just over an hour. Has an 18 minute song that doesn’t go anywhere but is still pleasant to listen to. Rocks a bit more than the ones before and after. Worth more listens.
I think I liked this album more? Really hard to say. Not bad at all. Does sound more bluesy than previous ones.
Their most famous album probably. 3 very recognizable songs. The non-singles aren’t bad, but not quite as good. Not a lot of change from the first album.
This album is a bit weird. Sometimes it sounds like a rock album. Others it definitely doesn’t. Kind of cool though. I should probably give it another listen, but I have a feeling it won’t be much of a keeper for me.
My first Bowie album. Maybe my favorite. Also, it’s the least weird one so far. All pretty accessible. Really it’s just a few great songs with some ok ones.