Yeah, someone was going to do it. Plus I have been listening to all their albums none stop the last week. So pick!
i think my head just exploded
I'm a reasonable man, get off my case.
Where's the "who gives a fuck" option?
Its a tie between Kid A and OK Computer. I havent heard In Rainbown enough to say that i like it over these two.
OK Computer, but to be fair, I haven't heard anything off In Rainbows.
Favorite OK Computer song?
Im am going with Exit Music. I know i know karma police and paranoid android but exit music is just my fav. from that album
i am stunned that andrew and i chose the same album.
Kid A and The Bends were my fav... and Significant Other>all radiohead cds...
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Both OK computer and KID A are fantastic records, but Kid A...i cant say enough about KID A...
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I need to find my current copy of Pablo Honey and listen again. I loved that album. The Bends took me a little longer to like but OK Computer was immediate.
At first I really only liked "Optimistic" and "Idioteque" from Kid A. It grew on me, though. I still haven't quite fully accepted Amnesiac. Hail to the Thief still feels uneven and unfinished. Or overworked, I'mn't sure.
OK Computer, followed by Kid A.
its either OKC or Amnesiac...i can't decide. So i wont.
I found it rather interesting that Rolling Stone mag, in their list of "500 greatest albums of all time", rated The Bends higher than OK Comp.
yeah it really is.
OK Computer for me was the perfect mix of Radiohead tunes vs. Radiohead experimentation.
The Bends had the tunes, Kid A had the experimentation, but OK Computer was when they got it just right, IMO. Since then, Kid A>Amnesiac>Hail, and I've not heard the new one yet. I've had a life this last week and a half!
A teenage dream, so hard to beat...
Yeah, because having 40 minutes to listen to an album = not having a live.
*/* Your Wall @ Your House
Ok, I'm alone at the top.
Bjork doing Biophilia, 6/2 Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA
Outside Lands, 8/9-11 Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA
--almost, almost, almost the real thing
those numbers look about right.
OK Computer has topped a zillion best albums of the '90s and best albums of last 20 years charts
definitely my favorite album of all-time
so for me it goes OKC>Kid A>The Bends>In Rainbows>Hail to the Thief>Amnesiac>Pablo Honey
Hail to the thief was not a bad album that shit was great.
I deleted my post to make you look good. I'm a philanthropist.
I vote for In rainbows that two disc box set is going to be the hotness.