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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    I wish on at least a couple of the songs they slipped Maynard a healthy dose of testosterone. He's too content or something.
    Agreed.

    Its probably why i like his other project APC a bit more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aberdien View Post
    I don't listen to Radiohead anymore, but here is my ranking of their albums:

    In Rainbows > The King of Limbs > Amnesiac > OK Computer = Kid A > Hail to the Thief

    REM had a few good songs but I don't get what's so great about em.

    I don't listen to Tool and will not listen to their new album, but my observation by looking at their wiki discography is how many 10 minute long songs does a band need.

    Taylor Swift's new album is decent, and Lana Del Rey's album is great.

    You're welcome for polluting the Tool thread.
    Radiohead is always hit or miss with me when it comes to songs. To date Burn the Witch is probably my favorite tune from them as i never find myself loving an entire album. But Thom Yorke does have a knack for making great compositions for movie soundtracks. His work on the Suspiria reboot was excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northman View Post
    Radiohead is always hit or miss with me when it comes to songs. To date Burn the Witch is probably my favorite tune from them as i never find myself loving an entire album. But Thom Yorke does have a knack for making great compositions for movie soundtracks. His work on the Suspiria reboot was excellent.
    Him and Trent Reznor found their calling with movie scores strangely enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northman View Post
    Radiohead is always hit or miss with me when it comes to songs. To date Burn the Witch is probably my favorite tune from them as i never find myself loving an entire album. But Thom Yorke does have a knack for making great compositions for movie soundtracks. His work on the Suspiria reboot was excellent.
    I remember In Rainbows coming out in my formative teenage years and all of the intrigue by the pay-as-you-what release format. Radiohead became one of the first real bands I attached myself too. That's probably a big reason why In Rainbows remains my favorite and one of the few I will still listen to.

    I cleaned out my CD collection recently and In Rainbows, KOL, and Amensiac were the only Radiohead I kept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    Him and Trent Reznor found their calling with movie scores strangely enough.
    Danny Elfman! Don't sleep on the Boingo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Danny Elfman! Don't sleep on the Boingo.
    Lol. I associate him more with Tim Burton movies than Oingo Boingo at this point!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Danny Elfman! Don't sleep on the Boingo.
    And throw in Clint Mansell, originally of Pop Will Eat Itself, eventually did the soundtracks to Requiem for Dream and Black Swan

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    To this;


    Is a jarring contrast, though I like them both
    “What fresh hell is this?”

    "A man who picks a cat up by the tail learns something which he can learn in no other way." - Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northman View Post
    Agreed.

    Its probably why i like his other project APC a bit more.
    Eat the Elephant was just as tame as Fear.
    "Tuning ... into each other ... lift all higher”
    “Look at this ... look at what they make you give”
    “I’m just different!”

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