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5 stars Radiohead is a band that always been on my mind even tough I am not their greatest fan in the world. Radiohead always been a band that tried harder and harder to go on, forward, forget the past or at least try.

With their first album Pablo Honey (1993), the project of what would be this second record was there, but still not mature enough.

In The Bends (1995) they reached a perfect combination between dreamy songs soaked in emotion. Maybe it's just because this album is dear to me in a high level. It's that kind of music that's almost impossible to explain why.

There's no weak track on the album, but I would put 'The Bends', the big hit 'Fake Plastic Trees', my favorite 'Just', 'Black Star' and 'Street Spirit (Fade Out)' as main tracks, which means, half of the album.


ProgShine | 5/5 |


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