Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Radiohead--In Rainbows (2007)

Album-In Rainbows
Release Date-Oct 10, 2007
Genre/Style-Experimental Rock
Size-135M (2 Dics version)

Official site-
Note-The cover arts above are coming from: Ateaseweb

Review coming from critics-

The Guardian: The most heartening thing about In Rainbows, besides the fact that it may represent the strongest collection of songs Radiohead have assembled for a decade, is that it ventures into new emotional territories.

Pitchfork: The brilliant In Rainbows represents no such thing [downshift]. Nonetheless, it's a very different kind of Radiohead record. Liberated from their self-imposed pressure to innovate, they sound--for the first time in ages--user-friendly.

PopMatters: The album proves itself to be what we all thought Radiohead couldn’t make again: a masterpiece.

Rolling Stone: All of it rocks; none of it sounds like any other band on earth; it delivers an emotional punch that proves all other rock stars owe us an apology.

Slant Magazine: In Rainbows with the all-too-familiar stiff, programmed beats and strategically placed effects of '15 Steps,' but soon more organic elements (spare bass and leftfield guitar--literally, coming out of the left speaker) take center stage, rendering it one of the band's best hybrids in years.

Dusted Magazine: I can sense that there's something pretty great going on and even briefly catch glimpses of it. But as an experience, it's a little bit maddening, and eventually I'll want to throw away the glasses and pick up a book.



Lovefool said...

this is not real. the file contains the live version of each of these songs. Fause Arp has been replaced with some instrumental track. Reckoner is the old, dirty version. MK1/MK2 are nothing.. 2KB mp3s with no audio.

Ryan said...

^ Agreed... What the hell? Thanks anyways.