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Joined: Feb 2007
Since I've started listening to Radiohead a lot lately, I was bound to discover this.
So, apparently with the album Kid A, you play it on two sources/CD Players/media players/etc, with a 17 second gap. Apparently it produces some amazing sync effects.
In my opinion, you could just grab 2 sources of any media, put some gap in it, and maybe something weird, trippy or unexpectedly awesome might come out of it. Kid 17 is actually pretty good on some of the songs, but of course, it has to be awful on the other songs.
Good songs: Everything In It's Right Place, Kid A, Treefingers, Idioteque
Bad songs: Everything Else. Well, Morning Bell turned out alright I suppose.
What's your opinion? Yeah, if you want an excuse to say Radiohead sucks, go for it. Just don't go continually hating on them.
Joined: Jan 2008
Lol... is Radiohead a radio channel somewhere/??
Reroll your Common Music Knowledge skill.
Who the fuck hates on Radiohead?
For some reason, a lot of people. At Last.fm the hate is weirdly pronounced, as anyone who doesn't listen to them are mad like hell that they're at the top position in pretty much all charts.
I don't listen to them, so I have no real opinion. That synch-thing doesn't seem as awesome as the sych between The Dark Side of the Moon and The Wizard of Oz, though.