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Radiohead - The King Of Limbs 180g Vinyl £14.50 (+ £2.99 delivery non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Radiohead - The King Of Limbs 180g Vinyl £14.50 (+ £2.99 delivery non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Haven't heard the album but the cover is fantastic!
A decent album at a decent price.
Dennis.Bell21/05/2020 10:26

A decent album at a decent price.


Ha.
Edited by: "G0rdonGekko" 21st May
I would say it is definitely not their best album, but it does sound great on vinyl.
The Bends is probably a better buy.. Also for a similar price from Amazon.
loved it a few years ago at glastonbury - about half an hour before they came onstage, their guitar technician started tuning and detuning the guitars backstage over the PA and all the RH fans were cheering thinking that the band were playing some new experimental material

haha

fans were tweeting live saying that the new stuff is amazing

hilarious
Edited by: "martinelsen" 21st May
martinelsen21/05/2020 11:56

loved it a few years ago at glastonbury - about half an hour before they …loved it a few years ago at glastonbury - about half an hour before they came onstage, their guitar technician started tuning and detuning the guitars backstage over the PA and all the RH fans were cheering thinking that the band were playing some new experimental materialhahafans were tweeting live saying that the new stuff is amazing hilarious


Don't mock the Radiohead fan or Radiohead's music. They are by far the touchiest and thin-skinned fans of any band I know.

Muse fans run a close second.
Edited by: "Dennis.Bell" 21st May
Dennis.Bell21/05/2020 12:21

Don't mock the Radiohead fan or Radiohead's music. They are by far the …Don't mock the Radiohead fan or Radiohead's music. They are by far the touchiest and thin-skinned fans of any band I know.Muse fans run a close second.


don’t forget elbow fans too and lamb fans
Edited by: "martinelsen" 21st May
Dennis.Bell21/05/2020 12:21

Don't mock the Radiohead fan or Radiohead's music. They are by far the …Don't mock the Radiohead fan or Radiohead's music. They are by far the touchiest and thin-skinned fans of any band I know.Muse fans run a close second.

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Dennis.Bell21/05/2020 13:35

It's a fake …It's a fake mate.https://www.newsweek.com/radiohead-glastonbury-tuning-bbc-ok-computer-thom-yorke-fake-news-bbc-629171


i know - still believable though
martinelsen21/05/2020 13:50

i know - still believable though


Except you didn’t know, since your first comment in this thread talked about it as fact
wingedvictory22/05/2020 08:18

Except you didn’t know, since your first comment in this thread talked a …Except you didn’t know, since your first comment in this thread talked about it as fact


let me guess, another touchy sensitive emo radiohead fan?(lol)
Great band Radiohead are...ahead of their time.
ordered, thanks!
Live session for this (massively underrated) album was recently released ⤵

I don't get how people can "not like" Radiohead. I mean they're objectively the greatest artist and rock band of all time, so how do they have any haters at all?? Every Radiohead album is the best album of the year AND the greatest album of all time, every year (even the years in which no Radiohead albums were released, because cmon lets be real). I think the problem is that the majority of the people listening to music are just not intellectual enough to appreciate their genius. It's like how people listen to pop music that's slightly different and then think they're above the mainstream. Like no you're just another sheep of the music industry. So I'm suggesting we start militant music intellectualism. That means forcing those who don't listen or like Radiohead to listen to and like Radiohead (and other bands that're almost as intellectual like Tool, Death Grips, and the rapper "Hopsin"). We need to educate the masses on what is real music! No more of the sheep pop music that pervades our superficial, unintellectual, shallow, music culture!! With that said, Ima get back to listening to Lil Pump.
Molo22/05/2020 22:18

I don't get how people can "not like" Radiohead. I mean they're …I don't get how people can "not like" Radiohead. I mean they're objectively the greatest artist and rock band of all time, so how do they have any haters at all?? Every Radiohead album is the best album of the year AND the greatest album of all time, every year (even the years in which no Radiohead albums were released, because cmon lets be real). I think the problem is that the majority of the people listening to music are just not intellectual enough to appreciate their genius. It's like how people listen to pop music that's slightly different and then think they're above the mainstream. Like no you're just another sheep of the music industry. So I'm suggesting we start militant music intellectualism. That means forcing those who don't listen or like Radiohead to listen to and like Radiohead (and other bands that're almost as intellectual like Tool, Death Grips, and the rapper "Hopsin"). We need to educate the masses on what is real music! No more of the sheep pop music that pervades our superficial, unintellectual, shallow, music culture!! With that said, Ima get back to listening to Lil Pump.


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