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4.0 out of 5 stars Go to sleep, just not during the song
First off, this isn't as good as There There, but that dosn't make this a bad song, this is a fantastic song, with some intresting (and as usual, different lyrics) from Mr Yorke. The song is mainly played on acoustic, with a slight blues feel, and Thom repeating 'Over my dead body' with a different line between, the riff as the song gets to about 1.50 then gets very...
Published on 1 Sept. 2003 by a_broken_tv

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3.0 out of 5 stars Slightly Disappointing
The single itself is pleasant enough, one of the better efforts from new album Hail To The Thief. However, i feel it is let down by the b-sides. I own all the singles from The Bends era onwards, some are definately worth buying (such as the Street Spirit single, worth the price for Talk Show Host alone!) yet the b-sides from many of the recent singles don't compete, this...
Published on 30 Sept. 2003 by mute_superstar


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3.0 out of 5 stars Slightly Disappointing, 30 Sept. 2003
This review is from: Go To Sleep [CD 1] (Audio CD)
The single itself is pleasant enough, one of the better efforts from new album Hail To The Thief. However, i feel it is let down by the b-sides. I own all the singles from The Bends era onwards, some are definately worth buying (such as the Street Spirit single, worth the price for Talk Show Host alone!) yet the b-sides from many of the recent singles don't compete, this cd included. I Am Citizen Insane is just lazy experimentation and loops which don't really go anywhere, and is uninspiring for me compared with older material. The live version of Fog isn't bad, but overall i would suggest only buying this cd to complete collections.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Go to sleep, just not during the song, 1 Sept. 2003
This review is from: Go To Sleep (Cd2) [CD 2] (Audio CD)
First off, this isn't as good as There There, but that dosn't make this a bad song, this is a fantastic song, with some intresting (and as usual, different lyrics) from Mr Yorke. The song is mainly played on acoustic, with a slight blues feel, and Thom repeating 'Over my dead body' with a different line between, the riff as the song gets to about 1.50 then gets very tapping your foot on the ground like, and is a song that can be remebered in your head. As i had said Thom comes out with some intresting lines like my favourite 'We don't want the loonies taking over'. Then Johnny comes into play with a Paranoid Android style solo just without the speed. Go To Sleep was a great choice for a single, and i hope 'Sit down, stand up' will be next.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another Great Radiohead Track, 27 Sept. 2003
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This review is from: Go To Sleep [CD 1] (Audio CD)
This great offering from Mr Yorke & Co is not an obvious single lacking as it does the obvious killer hooks of earlier Radiohead singles but it does follow the same semi-experimental path as the marvelous 'Knives Out' & 'Pyramid Song'.
From the acoustic opening into Thom's plaintive vocal and the introduction of the drums the band do not put a foot wrong, electronic blips and stutters punctuate the song and keep it ever interesting.
Another Great Radiohead single
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