Articles tagged radiohead

1 Jun 2008 // 11:00 PM

Radiohead: The Best Of [DVD]

This no-frills collection of Radiohead's music videos is exactly that, and that's both good and bad.

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After the Saul Williams album he produced didn’t tear the charts, a frustrated Trent Reznor got pissy, saying that fans didn’t want to

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20 Mar 2008 // 11:00 PM

Amplive: Rainydayz Remixes

The California producer maintains the integrity of some of last year's best songs while also breathing new life into them on this excellent remix project.

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Jonny Greenwood: There Will Be Blood

There is only the stultifying loneliness, sadness, and occasionally the twistedness of the film to be found in its music.

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Beating the System: Radiohead Gives The Man the Middle Finger

Like it or not, Radiohead's new marketing strategy is changing the way people think about digital music.

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The wonder of Radiohead’s very good new album “In Rainbows” isn’t that the band has invited the world to download it for a

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14 Oct 2007 // 11:00 PM

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.

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Using their position as one of the biggest rock band’s in the world, Radiohead is attempting a game-changing move on the music industry. Music

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Radiohead: Classic Album Under Review [DVD]

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

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22 May 2006 // 1:00 AM

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.

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26 Jul 2004 // 11:00 PM

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.

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19 Jun 2003 // 11:00 PM

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.

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12 Nov 2001 // 11:03 PM

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.

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16 Aug 2001 // 4:00 PM

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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29 Jun 2001 // 4:00 PM

. They eschew attention, yet they're media darlings. Reactions to their recent recordings are anything but lukewarm, yet they refuse to explain themselves. They transform studio-centric creations into live songs that are both towering and incandescent, yet they tour infrequently.

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21 May 2001 // 12:03 AM

Radiohead: Pyramid Song #1 & #2

With the release of the Pyramid Song two-CD single set, Radiohead has given us their first B-sides since those coming off 1997’s OK Computer.

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3 Oct 2000 // 12:03 AM

Radiohead: Kid A

Kid A forces its patrons to submerge themselves into the wiles of noise, to work for melody and signifieds, to seek within and find something that wants, needs, and is able to understand.

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Radiohead: Meeting People Is Easy [DVD]

Ultimately, Meeting People is Easy is a disjointed film with a meandering narrative that somehow succeeds despite its real lack of focus in capturing the chaos, pressure, and frequent boredom of the celebrity lifestyle.

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