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Customer Reviews

If you don't like this, you listen to too much Radiohead.

Radiohead has the luxury and challenge of being one of the most listened to and analyzed bands there is. The songs here are well-written; they are a good listen. I'm giving this five stars because the Itunes rating system is ridiculous. In a system where musicians get five stars from every fan and one star from every non-fan, Thom deserves five stars. For people who would give Radiohead and it's members at least 4 stars for an entirely silent record (Rolling Stone), I have this to say: stop ruining it.

Decent enough

I'm a huge Radiohead/Thom Yorke fan, so naturally I was going to purchase this for my collection. And while Analyse is a fantastic song, the B-Sides are disappointing. A Rat's Nest is the better one, and while it doesn't go terribly anywhere, it sets a very interesting and dark atmosphere. Iluvya, Eno-ish in style, is the sore spot of this EP. It's goofy and repetitive--way out of style of Mr. Yorke. The Harrowdown Hill EP is definitely superior. For Radiohead fans, definitely get it. Otherwise, if you're just curious about Mr. Yorke, check out some of his other work, and don't let this leave a bad taste in your mouth.

Not his best work

Frankly I am getting bored with Thom Yorke's musical liberties. His weird melodic tunes are at a point where they are no longer innovative but expected. The songs, despite their individual melodies, are beginning to mesh into an indistinguishable sound of electronic beats and gibberish lyrics. What makes me still listen to Thom Yorke is that I still respect his attempts to create music that is vastly different from what is out there currently. But after this recent album, I feel that Thom Yorke is stuck in hole and can't seem to find a way out.

Biography

Born: October 7, 1968 in Wellingborough, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Few rock singers of the alternative era were as original or as instantly unforgettable as Thom Yorke, and his band, Radiohead, became one of the biggest acts of the 1990s and 2000s for their challenging and unpredictable music. Early on, Yorke rarely worked outside the band, but he steadily collaborated with a variety of artists, released a pair of low-key solo albums, and briefly...
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