Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool
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Cygnatti
August 1st 2018


32850 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

oh yeah, this > ok comp

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Zeuzo
August 2nd 2018


1996 Comments


OKC’s every single one song is better than this whole album

Cygnatti
August 2nd 2018


32850 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

nop

Zeuzo
August 2nd 2018


1996 Comments


"OK Computer-2.5"
you dare to speak

Royl123
August 2nd 2018


2089 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I have a feeling this will be their last album

Zeuzo
August 2nd 2018


1996 Comments


Nah it won't

sixdegrees
August 2nd 2018


6689 Comments


bet

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zakalwe
August 2nd 2018


28299 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

There’s definitely a feeling that they may call it a day. They’ll do their bollocks on this US tour, few more live shows and that’ll be it.





claygurnz
August 2nd 2018


5419 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

'oh yeah, this > ok comp'



Derp squad

Demon of the Fall
August 2nd 2018


11979 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I wouldn't mind if they stopped here, as good as this is they've started going through the motions in the sense that their sound is no longer revolutionary & the desire to really push themselves is (seemingly) missing, which is completely understandable at this point.

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Djang0
August 27th 2018


401 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I’ve been having the strange feeling this would be their last album too. AMSP is incredible but they’ve already done so much and it’s hard to imagine where else they would go from here. Knowing Thom Yorke and company, they would never put something out there if they didn’t think it was pushing the envelope in some way.

SowingSeason
Moderator
August 27th 2018


31932 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

One more after this I think. Then I wouldn't be surprised.

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J() Alexander
August 27th 2018


7901 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I do hope they make at least one more album. I feel that if they make another one it'll be their best. Anyway, honestly, I don't even believe this will be their last album, I think they're gonna make a few more after this.

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Larkinhill
August 27th 2018


3695 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Always had a rather difficult time getting into this, and I’ve tried, but maybe not hard enough. It’s fristr because it’s so highly regarded and I am a Radiohead fan. The albums that are regarded as their best are my favs as well (OKC, KID A, In Rainbows).

Valkoor952
August 27th 2018


2702 Comments


One day, I hope I get what makes Radiohead so special.


ButtBoy
August 27th 2018


4329 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

start at the beginning then make your way forward. give each album multiple listens. I always thought they were overrated till I gave them a fair chance, and currently doing this right now. I've been listening to Kid A the past couple days, and just wow. I'm glad I took the time to really dig into their stuff.

Zeuzo
August 27th 2018


1996 Comments


@Valkoor EVERYTHIIIIIIING
EVERYTHIIIIING

Valkoor952
August 27th 2018


2702 Comments


Is it ...... all of the time ?

Valkoor952
August 27th 2018


2702 Comments


@buttboy
I've listened to everything in their discography except pablo and the bends, and I've done so multiple times. They do have some good records, Ok is pretty good, so is in In Rainbows and I actually dig TKOL more than most people it seems. But it has never gone beyond "good" for me. I've never really felt any urge to listen to them that much, and with all of the hype surrounding these albums I really fail to see what's so good about their music.

ButtBoy
August 27th 2018


4329 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

oh gotchya. thats fair



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