Radiohead – “Amnesiac” (2001)

September 30, 2010 at 6:55 pm (Music, Reviews & Articles)

This review comes from Nicholas Taylor, May 11, 2001, from the PopMatters website…

Recovering the Memory of Pop 

Moody; shifting colors; browns, blacks, deep yellows; faded memories; the will to remember; the intense melancholy of forgetting.

Radiohead’s Amnesiac (Capitol, 2001) is a darker, trippier album than its predecessor, Kid A (2000). Kid A was the distant lament of a lost friend. It described a far-off chaos that was soon approaching. It was a clarion call to evacuate. “Women and children first” sang Read the rest of this entry »

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