Pablo Honey - Its OK. Definitely their weakest album but I think its not bad for generic 90s alt rock. I don't care for "Creep", I'll agree. It is pretty damn cringy and I'm surprised its beloved and not mocked mercilessly in 2021. "Vegetable", "You", "Blow Out", "Anyone Can Play Guitar", and "Rip Cord" are all very good for what they are. "How Do You" sounds like they're trying to go for late 70s snotty punk rock and I always liked it. The rest is just OK. I did like the album more when I was younger so maybe nostalgia makes me tolerate it more. The acoustic version of "Creep" is pretty nice though, when Thom absolutely belts that "RUUUUUN!!!" part, overpowering his acoustic guitar with nothing but his voice for a few seconds.
Beach Boys - God Made the Radio = Pretty much agreed. I remember those last 3 tracks being very good for late period cheesy Beach Boys. It'd be a decent swan song and hopefully it stays that way. The rest is just sounding like a typical Brian Wilson solo record, which is just okay.
Tattoo You - Barely remember this much besides the hits. And I remember a few Goats Head Soup outtakes like "Tops" being really nice and welcome. "Waiting On A Friend" I guess is my favorite track. 'Start Me Up' is becoming one of the latest most overplayed tracks I hear on the radio from the Stones but its a good fun pop tune regardless. On memory, I agree I didn't think it was anything better than the predecessor. I think "Emotional Rescue" as an album is totally fine anyways from what I remember.
Falling Down has been a classic to me years ago but that status seems to be dying down a bit based on what I'm hearing about it nowadays, how it peters out and the ending is stupid. I need to rewatch it, I don't remember much except the most notable parts and its been many years since I last saw it. Just seems like "White Man Angry = The Movie" overall as much as I don't want to see it that way.