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AMNESIAC

Radiohead

 

Crossover Prog

3.61 | 308 ratings

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tailsme
4 stars Amnesiac, brother or sister of Kid A, is another experimental album with great moments. However, it isnīt as good as its predecessor. The concept of the album isnīt clear here. Itīs 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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