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3.44 | 445 ratings

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Chris S
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3 stars Radiohead? Hard to define - Pseudoprog? Undeniably a highly talented band from the UK and clearly, as an individual, I must be missing something. Most everybody else likes them! I do like Hail To The Thief however. This is an album I can sink my teeth into and it has enough twists and turns to captivate the listener.The album starts with the moody '2+2=5' and gets the album off to a fine start.My personal favourites on this album are ' Where I end You Begin' a realy creeping spine tingler and the brilliant ' Punch Up At A Wedding'. Other great tracks are ' Backdrifts' and ' Myxamatosis'. You have to love Thom Yorkes voice to like Radiohead and I can just about tolerate it on Hail To The Thief. That does not mean they are a mediocre band though, far from it. Their album sales and international success speaks volumes. A good album.
Chris S | 3/5 |


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