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I've heard it.
Sounds like Animal Collective, 'cos everything does.
It's shit, because it's Radiohead.
Did you just say what I think you said?
DID HE JUST SAY WHAT I THINK HE SAID!?
Is it a problem ?
the track with the Ja Rule guest verse was probably the best
of thinly veiled Counting Crows covers. Not bad.
enjoyed the opening first two minutes of the album, where there was complete silence, as they made as wait even longer.
that they finally would go back to 'The Bends' sound?
is all the shredding Johnny does on Reckoner.
I've heard covers of 'The Key The Secret' before Radiohead's version really is excellent.
They're no Urban Cookie Collective though.
then i assume there isn't a urban cookie collective cover, no ja rule guest appearence, no counting crows soundalikes and no 2 minutes of silence at the start...fucking waste of fucking £40...i want my money back...
oh and i don't have to pretend that i have heard it because this morning i walked through a door into the future and decided i might as well listen to radiohed. so i did.
People wont be happy with the overall "12 bar blues" feel of the album, but they'll come round to it eventually. They always do.
on that cover of Mr Wendell
free jazz breakdown on the first track. Not enough saxophones for my liking though.
Oh and the free jazz breakdowns on tracks two, three, five, six, seven, eight etc. are really abstract and ethereal and intergalactically good.
Not too sure about the free jazz breakdown on track four though, too much saxophone from Johnny.
start of the opening track.
"It's Radiohead bitch"
I loved the start of disc 2.
"You are now about to witness the strength of college knowledge
STRAIGHT OUTTA OXFORD"
got the guy that sang 'Fitter, happier' back on this new album.
I thought it was a bit much letting him sing all the laed vocals though.
Morrissey would be ok with only doing backing vocals.
Selway should have restricted his human beatboxing to just the six tracks
Never thought I'd be saying this, but I'd prefer it if they found a time signature and stuck to it. All this ultra-technical spazzing out everywhere is really tiring.
but does will.i.am really have to sing everything?
the guest track with Shabba Ranks. He and Thom make BEAUTIFUL music together.
17min Drowning Pool medley but it kinda worked well in the context of the album.
but it works, especially the Rollin' cover.
"hard living mixed with kystal sipping" is blatantly plagiarism.