The King Of Limbs will age better than any other Radiohead album

Come back in 100 years once that’s sunk in.

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We already made the musical hot takes thread

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Honestly, it’s a short, beautifully produced set of movements.

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And Bloom, and Codex. It’s got a pretty good hit rate but might be the most backloaded album ever released.

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Maybe wait 55 years for that one to sink in. The best songs on AMSP are way better, but coffee table jazz will die out.

I love the king of limbs. Great album. Much better than a moon shaped pool.

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The piano sound on Codex is insane

The tremolo levels on Bloom chef’s kiss

I’d go on, but i won’t.

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I’m glad you derive so much enjoyment out of it. For me it’s an extremely lazy Radiohead album and I doubt many, if any, people will be listening to it in 100 years. But if you enjoy it what more really needs to be said?

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Ok, well rest assured, they’ll agree then.

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I mean, I agred, until i realised I was wrong.

Yeah, cos they’re all shit

Trees do live a long time

Nah because Kid A / Amnesiac tho

side 1: quite good but obviously a bit weird and frustrating
side 2: some of the best stuff they’ve ever done

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Definitely think that the cultural canon in 2115 will widely be viewed as The Odyssey, Raphael’s Parnassus and Morning Mr Magpie.

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By then, the syncopated glory of Little By Little might finally have hit home

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I prefer it to Kid A to be honest.

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There are four sides on the vinyl and one on the CD.

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Always been a fan of it. I tend to add in the four extra tracks too when I listen on MP3.