Wait a sec... you mean different people can have different opinions about the same band? Get outta here! In all seriousness, a lot of people like the first two albums more than the rest because they're a little artier, have some progressive elements and of course, feature Eno. I like pretty much all of Roxy Music's albums but I do prefer the first two because of that adventurousness and innovation that was mostly jettisoned in favor of more straightforward glam rock on the remaining records. But like I said, it's all a matter of personal preference. Whatever order they put the albums in, most people who know and like Roxy Music consider them to be pretty consistently good/great.
hey guys! who help, please. need to find roxy music's "when you were young"!!? fell in love with it and don't seem to be able find it on any of their albums. where? why? aaahhhh...
need your help, PLEASE.
"Took me ages to realise there's a panther on the cover" -ha, me too! It's not obvious on the CD, only on digital images of it. Somehow it never occured to me that Amanda Lear was holding a leash. I thought she was just putting her arm out as she strutted along. As you do.
one of the milestones of popmusic, Brian Eno is a total genius and was working here together with Pete Sinfield, the producer of King Crimson, Roxy Music was Concept Art, everything was exactly planned and realised like an art-concept