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Black Holes And Revelations
Black Holes And Revelations
Offered by DVD Overstocks
Price: £4.95

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Different, but good different!!!, 25 Jun. 2006
I have just managed to get myself a copy of it so i haven't listened to it a lot as yet. But i can point out the best songs already which are "soldiers poem" and "Knights of Cydonia". The first being an acoustic ballad almost, which really makes Matt's voice shine. The Later being probably the only typically muse song on this album, very epic and a million instruments going at the same time. Altogether though i'd say definately worth buying if you're a muse enthusiast if not, listen to the other albums first then you'll enjoy this album. Enjoy

Hail To The Thief
Hail To The Thief
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Price: £9.94

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT!!! Although still second best to The Bends, 24 May 2003
This review is from: Hail To The Thief (Audio CD)
I managed to get the album 2 months before its release, which, being a massive radiohead fan was brilliant. The Album is an epic in its own right, its one of those album's you could listen right the way through without skipping songs. '2+2=5' could be quite comfortable on 'ok computer', its starts out slow, but climaxe's into some hard guitar work. But that aside the best song on the album is 'we suck young blood', it reminds me of 'Pyramid song', but i think its the best song they have brought out in years. It has a haunting sound of a piano with some fret pulling of the guitar in the background with swooping bass notes. The music is amazing, but what makes the song is Thom Yorke's unbelievable voice. A definate buy for the big radiohead fans, but also a great buy for the average fan. If you didn't like Kid A or Amnesiac, you'll be surprised at how they have linked together the old sound and the new sound and came to a medium which will rocket them into the charts once more

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