Do you have an excess £100 and want a Radiohead album you already own? Yes - then read on:

A place to discuss the music we like or hate!
DSJR
Posts: 39
Joined: Mon Jun 20, 2011 9:46 pm
Location: Suffolk Coastal

Re: Do you have an excess £100 and want a Radiohead album you already own? Yes - then read on:

Post by DSJR » Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:13 pm

The 'Mighty Rubycon' is my favourite of all, as it's so well conceived and Edgar was the master at stitching together elements from hours of sessions in my opinion. The others three are mainly Phaedra (the one that blew my mind totally and it never went back together properly after), Ricochet (mostly live and again, expertly edited and stitched together), Atem, an ambient masterwork from '73 and Sorcerer, the last of the kind-of improvised works in my view.

I was horrified when I first heard Stratosfear - it had MELODIES in it and a recognisable guitar. It's charms grew on me though and I like Invisible Limits best - the Nick Mason remix of this track is an interesting take too if you can find it anywhere...

Sorry, all off topic - I seem to make a habit of this :(

Post Reply