John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band (album) by John Lennon
In total, there are 18 music albums by John Lennon which appear in the greatest album charts and John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band is ranked as the best.
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John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band track list
|1.||Mother||85/100 (89 votes)|
|2.||Hold On||83/100 (59 votes)|
|3.||I Found Out||83/100 (59 votes)|
|4.||Working Class Hero||87/100 (109 votes)|
|5.||Isolation||84/100 (68 votes)|
|6.||Remember||83/100 (61 votes)|
|7.||Love||85/100 (80 votes)|
|8.||Well Well Well||82/100 (55 votes)|
|9.||Look At Me||82/100 (54 votes)|
|10.||God||86/100 (79 votes)|
|11.||My Mummy's Dead||79/100 (47 votes)|
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Some highlights on this album including Well, Well, Well and Remember but a lot of what seems like filler compared to Lennons beatles work. Some good bits but mostly uninteresting.
Maybe Most Truful album of all time, all genre
Not one I listen very often because sometimes the message is a little too personal, like I'm reading somebody's diary. The songs are dark and oftentimes depressing. That being said, this record is a masterpiece and a must-have for collectors of great music.
Most confessional work that anyone has recorded
John doesn't miss a step on his first solo album, which is just as good as any of his work with The Beatles.
John may not have been the most talented Beatle (I give that one to Paul) but he was the best overall Beatle and this record helps to explain why. He was the best songwriter of the bunch when he applied himself. He really digs deep on these songs and you get a real look at the man & legend on Plastic Ono Band.
I just...did not like this album at all, and I really don't know why. It wasn't all that bad or anything...maybe it just pales next to most of Lennon's work with The Beatles.
A strong, raw and powerful view of Lennon's world is represented here. "mother" and "god" both reveal masterfully.
The "Primal Scream" album... such a masterpiece. The raw emotion of this is unparalleled. I especially love his critiques of society and religion on this one.
You either get it or you don't...
With no concession towards expectations, this is an absolutely introspective confessional from Lennon.
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