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Written on: 20/06/2011 by christaunton34 (2 reviews written)
I was recently in the car listening to this album and suddenly realised how much I loved it! ‘All I Need’ is my favourite. I used to listen to it when I first met my girlfriend. Great 2 dance on beach to with mates and sum beers. Thom Yorke’s voice is great and here it sounds dreamy & brilliant. Get this album!… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2007 by LordBrambleberry (9 reviews written)
As we transfer from 2007 to 2008, what better way is there to do it than with a new Radiohead album! "In Rainbows" was a highly publisiced "Download-only" release and just came out on CD. I had to buy it.
So you pop the cd in and here the almost hip-hop beat of "15 Step." You will be shocked for a couple of seconds, then hear Thom Yorke's high voice lightly whining and breathe relief. Then on "Bodysnatchers" you hear a snappy, somewhat angry Thom Yorke vocal and a almost heavy background which… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/10/2007 by Cognition (90 reviews written)
This is a review on the download version of In Rainbows, which is NOT complete. If you want the full album you should order the discbox from www.inrainbows.com. However, these do not ship until the 3rd of December.
Finally Radiohead have recorded the best of their new material and called it In Rainbows. For the most part, it would seem that the band have, thankfully, scrapped the whole experimental phase and returned to the older 'The Bends' sound - this is especially true about the second… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/10/2007 by mr underhill (4 reviews written)
It will surely go down in music history. A mysterious website appears online announcing simply "Radiohead have made a record. So far, it's only available from this website." No official logos, no explanation, no adverts, nothing. To call this low key would be an understatement. The first instinct of anyone remotely familiar with the thousands of unofficial fan sites buzzing around the net nowadays would pass it off as nothing more than a rather unconvincing hoax. But remarkably it was no such… Read Full Review
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