Radiohead Cures Bieber Fever

I reviewed the new Radiohead album for The Next Great Generation! What do you think?

Radiohead has a problem — they peaked in 1997. “The Bends (1995) and “OK Computer (1997) are their two best albums and will no doubt go down in rock history as two of the greatest albums ever. But the problem is, each album that came after just wasn’t as good. Each gave a valiant effort, but failed to compare, but that’s O.K. because Radiohead albums serve a far more important purpose than just being stand-alone entities.

Radiohead albums are the trust-busters of popular music, and their new album King of Limbs is no exception. (Yes, I am comparing Thom Yorke to Teddy Roosevelt.) Radiohead albums shoot out into the universe with one purpose: distract the drooling mainstream media with artistry and the ability to be cooler than anyone without saying anything…

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