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Sunday, October 14 2007

Radiohead: In Rainbows

Put all the marketing talk aside, because what's going on musically on In Rainbows is the best we've seen from Radiohead in quite some time.


Thursday, October 5 2006

Radiohead: Classic Album Under Review [DVD]

Ultimately, this documentary is mildly interesting simply because its topic is undeniably so.


Monday, May 22 2006

Radiohead

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Wednesday, April 19 2006

Various Artists: Exit Music: Songs for Radio Heads

Covers are a tricky beast. When, say, Jose Gonzalez covers the Knife, I'm fine with it. But the moment someone pulls an acoustic guitar to Radiohead, I feel a pain in my chest.


Monday, July 26 2004

Radiohead: Kid A

On Kid A, Thom Yorke uses his voice more as an instrument than as a vehicle for his lyrics. And it’s a beautiful instrument—mournful and keening one minute, pissed off the next, jubilant the song after that.


Thursday, June 19 2003

Radiohead: Hail to the Thief

So even if Hail to the Thief isn’t the protest record of the decade, or OK Computer 2 as Yorke suggested in an interview earlier this year, it’s still an incredible album from a band that continues to redefine its boundaries.


Monday, November 12 2001

Radiohead: I Might Be Wrong—Live Recordings

I Might Be Wrong—Live Recordings gives a complete picture of Radiohead’s music—the fear, the recognition, and, in the guise of simple desire and devotion, the redemption.


Thursday, August 16 2001

Radiohead: 17 August 2001 - New Jersey

The real change in Radiohead, however, is in their demeanor. They no longer exude the air of whiny, depressed, petulant art-rockers.


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