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Hansy

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About Hansy

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    Better keep moving
  • Birthday 10/25/1991

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  • Favorite Radiohead Song
    BLOOM
  • Favorite Radiohead Album
    Hail To The Thief
  • Other bands you like
    Rebecca Black.
  1. Heard it again today. It's growing on me. I like Mother Lode and Nose Grows Some.
  2. Eh. I'm not feeling this one. It might be too far detached from anything Radiohead for me to enjoy. No hope lost, I barely listen to pure electronic music and always take a long time getting used to it. I'm sure I'd like it more if I was into the genre. But I can't help but feel disappointed. Good for Thom, though, spread your wings and all that.
  3. I think I have my top 10 more or less figured out. Now the rest will be an absolute headache to rank
  4. My current rank stands as follows: 1. Kid A 2. Hail to the Thief 3. OK Computer 4. Amnesiac 5. In Rainbows 6. The King of Limbs 7. The Bends 8. Pablo Honey Misc comments: - Kid A has passed HTTT in the favourites run. I absolutely love HTTT's lively mood and the whole spectre of energetic/angry/soothing songs it provides, but I also recognise it is more "dysfunctional" than most other albums. As I no longer feel some critical songs as much as I used to, I now prefer the more cohesive, whole experience of Kid A (8 years after I first heard it and it keeps getting better, really fantastic indeed) - OK Computer's first half is incredibly powerful, but the second half is starting to lose me a bit. I juggled to decide whether to give 3rd to OKC or Amnesiac, whose jarring, moody experience I've been digging a lot, even though I'm not fond of some individual songs from it. - In Rainbows is a fantastic album full of fantastic songs, but for some reason, lately I never feel any urge whatsoever to listen to it. Only Bodysnatchers and Reckoner have been ticking at all when I do listen to the album. I dunno what's wrong with me. - TKOL definitely needed more juice, The Bends is getting a bit dated, PH is PH.
  5. Good thing this is being postponed because it's being SO HARD to make that list. I'm putting songs in different buckets to work from there, but the albums sound and feel so different from each other, that it's really hard to compare each song on a fair basis.
  6. Want to do this, but I haven't been listening to enough Radiohead in recent times. If I take the top 10 most listens out of the last year it would look like this: 1 The Butcher 2 Up on the Ladder 3 Packt Like Sardines In A Crushd Tin Box 4 These Are My Twisted Words 5 Staircase 6 Hunting Bears 7 Fast-Track 8 Bloom 9 Like Spinning Plates 10 Fog Huh, interesting. So, will do a proper list soon.
  7. Back then I was the only one voting Lucky off at the first round. Lol porn bot.
  8. I can kind of understand the OP's point, but I disagree. I very much approve the existence of Fitter Happier, Electioneering is a jarring song that works well with Fitter Happier, and Climbing Up The Walls is Top 10 Radiohead material. The only thing I would change is the 3 slow songs in the end, by ditching Lucky in benefit of, well, anything else. I agree, interesting threads are now few and far between. We need a new album to shake things up.
  9. I can kind of understand the OP's point, but I disagree. I very much approve the existence of Fitter Happier, Electioneering is a jarring song that works well with Fitter Happier, and Climbing Up The Walls is Top 10 Radiohead material. The only thing I would change is the 3 slow songs in the end, by ditching Lucky in benefit of, well, anything else.
  10. A good song like Creep simply has no place in a concert of a band that has been putting out uber-hyper-goddamn-zing-awesome songs for the last 15 years. The only "nostalgia" about Creep is that of people who think Radiohead are one-hit-wonders and only ever came to know Creep, and I frankly don't give a damn about those folks' wishes. And neither should they.
  11. What would you consider a "huge leap"? I don't see anything wrong with their evolution, but I'd like to understand what you mean.
  12. I don't think we'll have to wait too long for LP9. I remember reading somewhere that the band was eager to jump back into the studio and continue working after TKOL's release, but then for some reason they toured instead. We've seen a bunch of new songs, there are also many leftovers from pre-TKOL, Thom-premiered songs that didn't show up since. And of course their creativity flux will contribute with more new, unseen so far material. And they have been recording already. With all of this I'd say it is very possible to have a new album in 2013.
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