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Posted by: Justamuseme from: Fort Worth Tx on
Brilliant as always from Radiohead!! Can never go wrong with a new sounds.
7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Another great Album
Posted by: TheThorn from: Perth Amboy, NJ on
This last effort by Radiohead is stunning. Their increasing use of sounds has very much improved, in my opinion, their music. Its a long way from The Bends but it is a good thing. Codex and Give Up the Ghost are my favorite songs so far, but like every other Radiohead album I'm sure i'll end like loving the whole record. I was impressed by In Rainbows, due to their new approach in making music, The King of Limbs is just a prove of their growth as a band. If u liked Kid A, Amnesiac, and Hail to the Thief, I'm sure you'll enjoy this album.
5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Great Radiohead Album
Posted by: Dusthorn from: Springfield, IL on
Great new album from a great new band!
Only downfall is it's not long enough!
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Another disappointing Radiohead release.
Posted by: cycopath from: Alabama Gulf Coast on
Wow, how I long for the days when Radiohead made music... not noise. The Bends and Ok Computer are great albums containing wonderfully produced music. The last few albums that have been given us by Radiohead have been massive disappointments in my opinion. Even Thom Yorke's solo effort was embarassingly bland. The King of Limbs, along with those previous mentioned efforts, should have been hung out to dry. It doesn't even feel like real thought was put into it's conception. I just don't get it. Maybe I can't see the forest for the Fake Plastic Trees.
1 out of 20 found this review helpful.
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