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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 10 mei 2016 | XL Recordings

Hi-Res Onderscheidingen 4F de Télérama - Pitchfork: Best New Music
At the close of experimental solo careers for both Thom Yorke and Phil Selway, and the film soundtracks of Jonny Greenwood, Radiohead has finally come back to the fold with their ninth studio album. It's proof that talent never leaves you, more than thirty years after the band got together. Talent yes, surprises no. In fact, the biggest surprise on A Moon Shaped Pool is that there is no surprise. The Oxford grown quintet has undoubtedly just released their most "classic" album, almost with their eyes closed. Yorke is omni-present in the sound, and you can hear his influence throughout. As such, it's like listening to an old Radiohead record, without having heard it before. Radiohead have set aside their experimental tendencies in favour of sometimes minimalist, sometimes luxurious arrangements. Even in the most impressive arrangements for strings, Jonny Greenwood seems to be aiming for purity, (see Daydreaming). His diverse works on the 7th Art and, most notably, for the director Paul Thomas Anderson (Greenwood penned the soundtracks to There will be Blood, The Master, and Inherent Vice) have clearly given him a new vision that makes its presence felt. Even on the most intimate tracks (Desert Island Discs), Radiohead maintains a certain majesty, and when they get to post-rock (Full Stop and Present Tense), their musique becomes grandiose. With such an album, Radiohead pushes the legend slightly further, preserves its distinct style, and adds to its already legendary discography.© CM/Qobuz
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 10 mei 2016 | XL Recordings

Onderscheidingen 4F de Télérama - Pitchfork: Best New Music
At the close of experimental solo careers for both Thom Yorke and Phil Selway, and the film soundtracks of Jonny Greenwood, Radiohead has finally come back to the fold with their ninth studio album. It's proof that talent never leaves you, more than thirty years after the band got together. Talent yes, surprises no. In fact, the biggest surprise on A Moon Shaped Pool is that there is no surprise. The Oxford grown quintet has undoubtedly just released their most "classic" album, almost with their eyes closed. Yorke is omni-present in the sound, and you can hear his influence throughout. As such, it's like listening to an old Radiohead record, without having heard it before. Radiohead have set aside their experimental tendencies in favour of sometimes minimalist, sometimes luxurious arrangements. Even in the most impressive arrangements for strings, Jonny Greenwood seems to be aiming for purity, (see Daydreaming). His diverse works on the 7th Art and, most notably, for the director Paul Thomas Anderson (Greenwood penned the soundtracks to There will be Blood, The Master, and Inherent Vice) have clearly given him a new vision that makes its presence felt. Even on the most intimate tracks (Desert Island Discs), Radiohead maintains a certain majesty, and when they get to post-rock (Full Stop and Present Tense), their musique becomes grandiose. With such an album, Radiohead pushes the legend slightly further, preserves its distinct style, and adds to its already legendary discography.© CM/Qobuz
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 23 juni 2017 | XL Recordings

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 28 mei 1997 | XL Recordings

Onderscheidingen The Qobuz Ideal Discography
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 10 oktober 2007 | XL Recordings

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As varied as the rainbow it depicts, the seventh album from Radiohead reminds us all why this is one of the most influential bands of our time. While the songs that make up the record were introduced to the public through several concerts and a range of video content, the musicians, then free from all binding contracts with any record companies, decided to mix things up by launching their baby via participatory distribution. Meanwhile, the solo career of Thom Yorke, which was launched at the same time, seemed to give a new lease of life to the artists already sitting at the summit of their success. Beauty is central to In Rainbows, just listen to Reckoner, House Of Cards, Videotape, or All I Need ... And while Nude seems like its come out of Kid A, Bodysnatchers brings out the old Radiohead rock: pure and untarnished. As further proof of their musical maturity, space abounds on this record, as the artists let the music - and each other - do their thing without overegging the pudding. That being said, the standout performer remains Jonny Greenwood and his rythmic guitar hooks. To conclude, on this 2007 release, the English legends produced a hotter-than-usual record, and once again diversified their legacy. © AR/Qobuz 
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 2 oktober 2000 | XL Recordings

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 13 maart 1995 | XL Recordings

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 28 maart 2011 | XL Recordings

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For the release of their 8th studio album, released in 2011, Radiohead created a veritable controversy among their fans. The content of The King Of Limbs is difficult to access, syncopated, and sometimes a little heavy on the digestion. Often epileptic, the songs on this opus are rendered distinct by a strong rhythmic thread, woven into every song. Unlike the free-flying, and often warm, melodies on In Rainbows, The King Of Limbs prefers the coldness of the electric beat. But in the same vein as Amnesiac or Kid A, there's still a coherent whole to be deciphered through the confusing sounds. Once you listen to the record a couple of times the whole way through, it's impossible not to be impressed by at least the vision of the group, and their fearlessness in attempting to go beyond their almost sacred borders. Standout songs include but are not exlusively: Lotus Flower, Feral, Give Up The Ghost… As per usual with Radiohead, the record screams of classy production and abounding talent, filled with extra details that diehard fans and newcomers alike will lap up. The King Of Limbs is further proof that this stalwart of British music isn't quitting any time soon. © AR/Qobuz
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 21 september 1992 | XL Recordings

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 10 oktober 2007 | XL Recordings

As varied as the rainbow it depicts, the seventh album from Radiohead reminds us all why this is one of the most influential bands of our time. While the songs that make up the record were introduced to the public through several concerts and a range of video content, the musicians, then free from all binding contracts with any record companies, decided to mix things up by launching their baby via participatory distribution. Meanwhile, the solo career of Thom Yorke, which was launched at the same time, seemed to give a new lease of life to the artists already sitting at the summit of their success. Beauty is central to In Rainbows, just listen to Reckoner, House Of Cards, Videotape, or All I Need ... And while Nude seems like its come out of Kid A, Bodysnatchers brings out the old Radiohead rock: pure and untarnished. As further proof of their musical maturity, space abounds on this record, as the artists let the music - and each other - do their thing without overegging the pudding. That being said, the standout performer remains Jonny Greenwood and his rythmic guitar hooks. To conclude, on this 2007 release, the English legends produced a hotter-than-usual record, and once again diversified their legacy. © AR/Qobuz 
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 2 december 2007 | XL Recordings

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 12 november 2001 | XL Recordings

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 28 maart 2011 | XL Recordings

For the release of their 8th studio album, released in 2011, Radiohead created a veritable controversy among their fans. The content of The King Of Limbs is difficult to access, syncopated, and sometimes a little heavy on the digestion. Often epileptic, the songs on this opus are rendered distinct by a strong rhythmic thread, woven into every song. Unlike the free-flying, and often warm, melodies on In Rainbows, The King Of Limbs prefers the coldness of the electric beat. But in the same vein as Amnesiac or Kid A, there's still a coherent whole to be deciphered through the confusing sounds. Once you listen to the record a couple of times the whole way through, it's impossible not to be impressed by at least the vision of the group, and their fearlessness in attempting to go beyond their almost sacred borders. Standout songs include but are not exlusively: Lotus Flower, Feral, Give Up The Ghost… As per usual with Radiohead, the record screams of classy production and abounding talent, filled with extra details that diehard fans and newcomers alike will lap up. The King Of Limbs is further proof that this stalwart of British music isn't quitting any time soon. © AR/Qobuz
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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 21 mei 2001 | XL Recordings

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 22 januari 1996 | XL Recordings

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 26 september 1994 | XL Recordings

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Alternative en Indie - Verschenen op 11 januari 2019 | XL Recordings

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