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IN RAINBOWS

Radiohead

 

Crossover Prog

3.77 | 402 ratings

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ichigo14
4 stars Radiohead's new album is more experimental than progressive.

I was very excited to receive the new copy of Radiohead's In Rainbows CD

This album took me awhile to get used to, the sound is very similar in every song but each has a new experimental vibe that only Radiohead can provide. Many highlights are present in the 1st CD, styles ranging from all scenes of English rock are well portrayed in a Radiohead style of sound. Thom Yorke is still using falsetto, this may be appealing to some but not so much for others.

A Hard album to understand in its entirety, although there is concept in each song, is really complex to try to figure out the meanings, if you really want to find out, go to wikipedia or something to truly find out.

Overall it's a good collection of experimental tunes brought by the band, not really Progressive, but very experimental. It's nice to hear that Radiohead hasn't stop using its unique type of creativity.

ichigo14 | 4/5 |

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