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Radiohead: In Rainbows

Hold the front page! Radiohead are back!

It’s been four long, long years since the greatest band in the history of indie music released an album, and to be honest, the only thing that’s kept me going during that time has been the sombre melodies and dreary vocals of Radiohead’s back catalogue.


Mika: Life In Cartoon Motion

This is the debut album from Lebanese nancy boy Mika.

Or Please Can I Sing Backing Vocals On Radiohead’s New Album?


Christina Aguilera: Back To Basics

With Back to Basics, the enigmatic pop diva returns for her third album in seven years.

Perhaps if she spent more time in the recording studio than she does in the hairdressers she might be able to produce something at least approaching the creative genius of the band Radiohead, to whom she quite obviously aspires.


Thom Yorke: The Eraser

Who does this guy think he is, the lead singer of Radiohead?

He comes along here with his debut album, starts playing the piano, half closes an eye and boom! We have yet another Radiohead impressionist on the airwaves.


Muse: Black Holes And Revelations

The Devonshire trio are back with their eagerly awaited fourth album, Black Holes and Revelations, which is a follow-up to their third album.

What Matt Bellamy and company have successfully managed to achieve with this latest release is to completely and utterly rip off Radiohead for an incredible fourth consecutive occasion.


Snow Patrol: Eyes Open

With Eyes Open, Snow Patrol (aka Radiohead cover band #3417) make another blatant attempt to copy one of their idols’ previous albums.

This time, it’s The Bends.


Coldplay: X&Y

Coldplay are back with third album, X&Y, but is it as good as that second album they did?

Well, after topping the charts on both sides of the Atlantic, headlining festivals and selling out world tours, Coldplay have done it again.

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