Tag Archives: Radiohead

My 100 Favorite Albums

Hello! It’s me again, the old-fashioned music nerd. Believe me, I have colossal lists of rankings and best-of’s regarding modern pop, reaching from 1950 to this year, and maybe someday I’ll share those to spread awareness of the music I … Continue reading

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In Rainbows

Radiohead (2007) First of all, I’ll dispense with the normal copy that this record gets: Yes, it used an almost-unprecedented pay-what-you-want system. It was released sight-unseen onto the online market, far before a physical copy was available. The band managed … Continue reading

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Kid A

Radiohead (2000) In the grand scheme of things, I suppose a cynic would say Kid A proved that nothing new could be done in pop music besides destroying it completely. It dissected the medium’s components and recast them in a … Continue reading

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OK Computer

Radiohead (1997) Full disclosure: This is my favorite album ever (tied with Abbey Road), and I think it’s certainly the best album of the 90s. So I might get a little starry-eyed and long-winded. Honestly, this is the one entry … Continue reading

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The 1990s

The 1990s were a decade of rehashing. Sometimes it was for good, creative purposes, but mostly it was for ill. Guitar-based music enjoyed a resurgence thanks to grunge, punk, indie and the “Britpop wars” (a manufactured sales battle between Oasis, … Continue reading

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