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RADIO K.A.O.S.

Roger Waters

 

Crossover Prog

2.91 | 151 ratings

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FenderTramp
1 stars Not good, not good at all, I call it Tommy version 2. The story its the same from the one that came from The Who, the music is definitely as close as what they did, and to be honest I don't like Tommy that much.

Anyway, there is something here that reminds me from The Final Cut, the creation of a song for Single only function. On the Final Cut was Not Now John, here we have Radiowaves, which is a lot worst.

I think this proves that Roger is quite smart when it comes to do concept albums, but rock operas, was just The Wall. And you can notice the 80's sound all over this, which only makes it worst, on rare occasions it may sound good, not here.

I also believe that this was released as some last attempt to fight the A Momentary Lapse of Reason from his ex-bandmates, and looking at thinks this way, RADIO KAOS failed.

FenderTramp | 1/5 |

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