OK Computer is brilliant, but The Bends isn't really a great album. It's good, and alot of the songs on it are great, but it's too 90s Brit pop and not Radiohead enough. OK Computer is a great balance between old Radiohead and new Radiohead.Originally Posted by Mastershake
I didn't like King of Limbs at all really when it first came out. So I put it away for a few months and picked it up again in December and it clicked. For some reason I think it's meant to be listened to in the winter time. Definitely a grower. But I think it's one of their best. I need to listen to OK Computer again to see if I like KOL better than it. For fun, i'm going to rank my favorite RH albums:
King of Limbs
Hail to the Thief
Rollercoaster - Randy Rogers Band
I would have to pick at this point in my life Mineral's EndSerenading.
Lateralus - Tool
Dirt - Alice in Chains
Antichrist Superstar - Marilyn Manson
Californication - RHCP
Pretty Hate Machine - NIN
Sing the Sorrow - AFI
...in no particular order.
Lateralus, Facelift, When The Pawn, Van Halen VH, Violent Femmes, Toxicity, Billy Joels Greatests, Superunknown, Mer De Noms, Warning.
Can't do it, l could never get down to just one.......
"Run through a mother****er face, they just ain't gonna want that."
-- Gut the offense, starting with starting WR's and OL coach.
-- Harry Hiestand and Chris Kuper
-- Mason Cole
-- Julie'n Davenport
Wu Tang Clan - 36 Chambers goes at the end of my list.
I got mind control while I'm here
You goin' hate me when I'm gone
Ain't no blood clot and no fear
I got hope inside of my bones
Jane's Addiction - Nothing Shocking
Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever
Blind Melon - Nico
Sublime - Bradley Nowell & Freinds
... Would probably round out my top 5. For Now.
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I've decided that Van Morrison's Astral Weeks is perfect and is likely at the top of my list.
Oh and Sneakers, Pinkerton is perfect too.
Another one of my many favorites. ****ing fantastic...
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