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5.0 out of 5 stars
Visual Masterpiece, 20 Sept. 2000
This is one of the great collections of art ever seen. This (often overlooked) Radiohead video allows us to see the genius of some of the 90s best directors including Johnathan Glazier, Jamie Thraves and Grant Gee (the man who was also behind the camera for Radiohead's other major video; "Meeting People Is Easy").
The video for "Paranoid Android" is a thing of beauty, summing up Radiohead's touchingly bleak view on society today, as one-by-one, in detailed animation, the video exposes corruption in politics, alcohol abuse and prostitution. Other videos of note include the equally wierd "Street Spirit" featuring dancing nuns and rabd dogs, and the profound "Karma Police" video which proves that even the rich and famous have to show good will to all.
Clichéd though it is, if you only buy one Radiohead video this year, make it this one, if you buy two, get "Meeting People is Easy".