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Crossover Prog

4.02 | 768 ratings

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5 stars I had lost mostly all hope in modern music until I heard Radiohead. Lucky thing cause they are awesome.

Despite being hugely succesful, this album is very progressive. Very well produced. Incredibly executed. Excellantly mixed. And cohesively performed.

Airbag - Kind of differant, it grows on you definatly. 4/5

Paranoid Android - Brilliant, modern prog at its finest. 5/5

Subterranean Homesick Alien - Awesome intro and ending. Very well written song. 4/5

Exit Music (for a film) - Dark and dreary. Beautiful. 5/5

Let Down - Poppy but in a prog sort of way, very catchy and marketable 5/5

Karma Police - Sounded a little too standard at first but I quickly noticed it was quite a good tune 4/5

Fitter Happier - Cool thing to show non-radiohead fans to show the wierdness of the band 4/5

Electioneering - Not bad but I think I need to listen to this more to appreciate it more 3/5

Climbing Up The Walls - Very eerie and awesome. Especially when you read the lyrics while listening 5/5

No Suprises - Very Catchy. Good lyrics, solid arrangement. Mmm...puts me to sleep 5/5

Lucky - Interesting but I think they should have turned this into an epic. 4/5

The Tourist - Beautiful haunting melody. This one can put me to sleep very easily. The best closer you could choose. 5/5

This album is amazing. If only modern corporate pop would take the hint and start making music this original and good. I'm big into symphonic prog but I LOVE RADIOHEAD also. If you have any snobbery about it, just give this a chance.

endlessepic | 5/5 |


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