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Iris
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 0Posted on Dec 7th, 2011 | re: Stereogum's Top 50 Albums Of 2011 (415 comments)

For the most part the list is agreeable, glad Zola Jesus was in there too. But doesn’t anybody else care that they left out Flo + the Machine?

 0Posted on Aug 10th, 2011 | re: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - "The Good Rebel" (7 comments)

I have no idea why I can’t stand country and at the same time like most of Noel’s music. And this really doesn’t sound like Oasis at all . . .

 0Posted on Jul 8th, 2011 | re: Polaris 2011 Shortlist: Arcade Fire, 9 Other Bands (20 comments)

Really hope that Austra wins. It feels like Arcade Fire probably will though.

 0Posted on Jun 14th, 2011 | re: Download Radiohead's 20 Best Cover Songs (50 comments)

I love the covers of Ceremony and Headmaster’s ritual. If it wasn’t for Radiohead then I’d never learn about Joy Division. But for some reason I can never get Headmaster’s ritual to download on my computer. It’s killing me that it’s not working.

 +1Posted on Mar 29th, 2011 | re: The Trouble With The King Of Limbs (138 comments)

I found out about Radiohead about six months ago when I caught ‘fake plastic trees’ on vh1 classic’s 120 minutes. Since then, I haven’t felt the slightest dissapointment in anything they’ve done. Maybe my outlook’s different because I’m a rather new Radiohead fan, but The King of Limbs in my opinion has been one of their best works It’s perfectly layered, may have some of Thom’s best vocals, and may be their most complex work. But at the same time, it’s short, completely lacks any of Jonny’s geniune guitar, and sounds like it might as well be Thom’s solo effort. With that being said, it’s not exactly my favorite. This review really really hit the nail on the head. And face it, no matter who we are, we’re all afraid to think Radiohead may have released an OK album. Though it may be great, those few downsides really bring it down.

 +2Posted on Feb 19th, 2011 | re: The King Of Limbs Comment Party (309 comments)

When I first gave this album a listen, I felt extremely disappointed. But after a few listens, I fell in unconditional love with it. It feels like they threw everything they’ve done since Kid A together. And the new Morning Mr Magpie is a far cry from Hail to the Thief. It definitely feels like it’s going to be a double album, I highly believe these conspiracy theories.