Ok, I'm not sure I've ever done this, but Mhnso has inspired me.
OUTSTANDING: Ram...the peak of Macca's post-Beatles creativity and a beautifully recorded album.
Band on the Run...what more can be said about this masterpiece? Inspired and fun, these songs feel Beatly.
Memory Almost Full...A latter day gem as captivating as anything in Paul's catalogue.
New...loaded with fresh yet somehow familiar wonders- the latest proof of Macca's never ending well of talent.
Chaos and Creation in the Back Yard...an absorbing and revealing look into Paul's emotions with top shelf material.
Electric Arguments...creative abandon not heard since McCartney II.
TRULY GREAT: Tug of War...polished and confident these great songs shine with some George Martin goodness.
Flaming Pie...The first multi-producer effort (?), some great introspective songs here, a sister to Chaos in a way.
Venus and Mars...Wings at their commercial peak.
Run Devil Run...Paul emerges from a dark period with a triumphant celebration of his youth and ROCKS the house!
McCartney II...Weird and wonderful, creative and carefree, unapologetic and pure Paul.
GREAT: McCartney...See above.
Kisses on the Bottom...If you're going to do this kind of thing, this is how it should be done- I love it!
GOOD: Back to the Egg...There are good tracks here mostly, but it lacks a gem or two. Old Siam is a favorite, more please!
Red Rose Speedway...Pleasant songcraft here. Some really nice songs, but lacks a little oomph.
Off the Ground...under appreciated mostly, this one deserves more attention than it gets.
Wild Life...Love the production. Some good/great stuff here mixed with some not so good.
Driving Rain...Needs to lose a few tracks...couple of nice tunes but oddly dull. "About You" is great, more please!
AVERAGE: Pipes of Peace...A sentimental favorite, kind of...slick and polished, but lacking energy.
Speed of Sound...Suffers from too much band, not enough Paul. Sounds great to my ears though.
Flowers in the Dirt...much like Press to Play, eighties production tends to hurt this one as time goes by.
Choba B Cccp...This one never felt like a true album to me, more like a collection of rehearsals. Not bad, though.
BELOW AVERAGE: Give My Regards to Broadstreet...Beautiful production, great songs...but not enough new material.
London Town...There's some quirkiness here that foreshadows McCartney II, but again not enough good songs.
Press to Play...Four or five good songs are not enough to save this mostly dreary effort.