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If you've ever had depression, you'll know this album isn't genuine,
This review is from: The Bends (Audio CD)
Welcome to 1991, or whenever this sorry excuse for an album came out.
Students, the fat bloated spoiled beer swelling middle classed hypocrites that they are, are all lined up in drones (haha) to see this pathetic man wail into a microphone while geeks from the BBC (with their elitist and politically correct middle classed clap trap views built on a lack of common sense and a brainwashing tendency to destroy feeling and heart) praise the dull bland non event that this was in music.
This isn't just an attack on rock music, it is an attack on the world's poor, who can't understand why a group of rich spoiled elitists want to be depressed, and pretend to be poor and miserable, meanwhile they can't wait to have fun.
Ever had depression? You'll know who foolish this music is, its arrogance and its general obsession with being seen to be "AUTHENTIC" rather than dull and tame, which is exactly what this is.
Radiohead are perhaps a reason to shut down Universities and build ice cream parlors.
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Initial post: 2 Nov 2011 07:56:45 GMT
You don't have depression, you're just an arse
Posted on 29 Nov 2011 22:08:33 GMT
These guys are not trying to be depressed for authenticity. Steven wilson said it best when he said the saddest music is some of the most beautiful. Just listen to shiney happy people and try to find as much beauty in that as this.
Posted on 13 Jun 2013 00:09:12 BDT
'Hey Mickey' you are absolutely right, thank you for putting it so well.
Posted on 7 Jul 2014 10:58:44 BDT
Shopping Voucher says:
I see what you did here. Posted your review for Kid A here by mistake.
Posted on 26 Jul 2014 18:27:30 BDT
Mr. Jonathan Robin Oxley says:
Music's good though, isn't it?
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