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4 stars This album is great! I really don't understand the negative reviews. People just don't get it! It's a typical Radiohead record. It sounds like they were trying to make a record which describes their carreer. I think it worked out great. The songs have a lot of atmosphere and mood. Which is very important in music. If you are looking for music that is really touchig, well then stop looking!

Song by Song:

15 Steps Very cool track. Sounds great from the beginning with electronics and the godlike voice of Yorke. Then there is this very unexpected guitar riff. Very cool indeed!

Bodysnatchers Is a nice rocker. Nothing realy specially about it.

Nude. What a track. In its own way very epic. Especially the Dirty mind is thinking part is just epic and the outro that follows!

Weird Fishes/Appregi A build up song. With lots of dynamics. Just awesome. But the outro is a bit useless.

All I Need. At first I didn't like it at all. But now it's one of my favorites. It just grabs you! And again with an epic outro.

Faust Arp Is a nice little break. Short song. Not one of the highlights it's just there.

Reckoner My least favorite song of the album. Vocally I think it's just a bit too much. It just doesn't have anything special. Not bad nor very good.

House of Cards Great track.

Jigsaw Falling Into Pieces The most haunting track of the album. And you hear Radiohead is just really good at stuff like that.

Videotape Is just WoooooW! It really sounds like someone is dying here. What a way to close up your album.

Deef! | 4/5 |


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