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This is actually a masterpiece of performing art. I have been a Radiohead fan since I was twelve and judge them on a pretty harsh grading scale. When I originally heard this album, I didn't like it at all. The album sounded amateur almost, but that was before I realized the hidden secrets to the album. Please, I encourage anyone who is considering relistening or hearing for the first time; Pay attention to the hints, look for the clues and consider this was their eighth album and what that represents.

This album is truly a masterpiece.


This album gets a bad rap that it doesnt deserve. There are some great beautiful moments on here.

So Alien You Cannot Stop

You cannot stop listening to this. "Bloom" is just a beautiful alien piece of music that I know I will never truly know how it was made. Everything in this record is strange, full of mystery, and it is understandable if it isn't your cup of tea; it isn't anyone's cup of tea. But if you give it a chance, if you really are in it for the ride, you will get sent to a beautiful paradise that clouds how the music transpired in an elegant sheet of curiosity.


Formed: 1989 in Oxford, England

Genre: Alternative

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

At some point in the early 21st century, Radiohead became something more than a band: they became a touchstone for everything that is fearless and adventurous in rock, inheriting the throne from David Bowie, Pink Floyd, and the Talking Heads. The latter group gave the band its name -- it's an album track on 1986's True Stories -- but Radiohead never sounded much like the Heads, nor did they take much from Bowie apart from their willingness to experiment. Instead, they spliced Floyd's spaciness with...
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