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2.52 | 376 ratings

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2 stars The trick with this debut by Radiohead is how to approach it. Radiohead wasn't included on PA because of this release but because of some later releases that were far more progressive. This is also the reason why I will keep the review short.

Radiohead plays some straightforward Britpop on this album, no more and no less. It's just the second half of last song Blow Out that has some slight progressive elements. Second track Creep is by far the most famous song here but one I can't hear anymore after more than 100 listenings. This song is far from bearable to me. It gets on my nerves and works extremely boring by now to endure. So the weakest track by far as far as I'm concerned. The rest isn't that bad really and like I said, if you happen to like Britpop in the vein of Oasis you could easily buy this album. If you don't and look for something progressive, leave it. Two stars because of this.

progrules | 2/5 |


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