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.
I play them on a continuous loop in my living room.
But as a music critic, I have to listen to a lot of crap, and sometimes the only thing that keeps me going is the thought of a new Radiohead album on the horizon.
And it is now my honour to declare that this, the seventh Radiohead album, is their best piece of work since Hail To The Thief, their critically-acclaimed sixth album.
Now, some of you may be aware that In Rainbows is available on the interweb for free. In fact, you can pay however much you want for it.
But let me say this: If I find that anyone has bought this true masterpiece of musical craftmanship for anything less than 20 English pounds, I will systematically hunt you down and kill you.
You have been warned.
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