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OK Computer

In 1997, a British band turned an entire major popular musical trend on its head by creating one of the single greatest albums in popular music history. 867 more words


Day 10 - Bach, Chopin and Spinning Plates

Next on the 100 Day Song Challenge:

10. A song that has a new meaning to you every time you hear it.

I think this happens a lot with classical music, not so much every time you hear it but every time you perform. 379 more words


The Transformations of Thom Yorke

The voice is unmistakeable. But the face changes like a chameleon. Depends on when you first saw him, what he looked like then. When I looked, I realized the other pictures (the majority of them) were radically different from how I remembered him. 78 more words


Ranking The Discs: Radiohead

Radiohead is the most creative and brilliant band of the modern era, since 1993 they have been redefining what the term “experimental” means. From basically creating indie rock as we know it today with their albums “Pablo Honey” and “The Bends”, to opening the door to dark underground electronica with “Kid A” and “Amnesiac”, and more recently moving into a quieter and more balanced sound with “In Rainbows” and “The King of Limbs”. 1,739 more words

U2 - "Songs of Innocence" Review

U2 released their album today in an unconventional way.  Most iTunes users found Songs of Innocence without paying for it or saying that this was acceptable.  410 more words