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AMNESIAC

Radiohead

 

Crossover Prog

3.61 | 313 ratings

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tailsme
4 stars Amnesiac, brother or sister of Kid A, is another experimental album with great moments. However, it isn´t as good as its predecessor. The concept of the album isn´t clear here. It´s without discussion the most strange record they produced. The skip button is nearer than in Kid A but not so near as in Hail to the thief.

........in a crushed tin box (9/10): Electronic loops and a catchty """chorus""" , i am a reasonable man , get out of my case.

Pyramid Song (9/10): Probably the best song in the album. A very original rythm. A Masterpiece

----Revolving Doors(4,5/10): Well, As a game is interesting but..... there is no tune

You and Whose Army: (7,75/10) Great tune, with mysterious vocals. It ends too quickly

I might be wrong (8/10)- If there is one rock song in this album I might be wrong is the chosen one, guitar riffs along with a good rythmic section

Knives Out (8,5/10)- This one is classic Radiohead, Knives out Catch the Mouse. This was second single

Morning Bell (7/10)- Not as good as Kid A version , but a good tune anyway

Dollars and Cents (7,5/10)- Good bass. Political and Social content

Hunting Bears (6/10)- Nothing Special- Just a filler Like Spinning Plates (8/10)- This is "I will" backwards. When you hear it you feel death besides you

Life in a Glasshouse (8/10) - Another tender moment, a great end to the album.

As a whole: 8/10

tailsme | 4/5 |

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