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|Humphrey Lyttelton||Trumpet, Leader, Bandleader|
|Paul Bridge||Double Bass|
|Thom Yorke||Guitar, Vocals|
|Orquesta 440||Performing Ensemble|
|Orchestra of St. John's||Performing Ensemble|
|Nigel Godrich||Producer, Engineer|
|Jonny Greenwood||Arranger, Composer, Orchestral Arrangements|
|Stanley Donwood||Book, Drawing|
Posted October 1, 2010
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Amnesiac is the twin sister of Kid A seperated at birth, and usually overshadowed by it, dispite it's beauty and grammy award noms and wins. This album is amazing. It's very atmosphereic and Thom Yorke's voice is chilling, as always. It is the most computer-y and expeiramental Radiohead album, but what would you expect 5 albums in? Some of the outstanding tracks are Pyramid Song, a piano driven chill house of amazingness. It's very original by the 3/4 time (I'm not even sure that's right since it's so confuzing!) and it really is something we havent heard from Radiohead yet, but certainly will on future albums like In Rainbows. Another song to notice would be Knives Out. It's mostly guitar that reflects a jazzy rock phase that Johnny Greenwood went through duiring the time. It sounds a lot like Hail To The Thief, the follow-up album. The rest is brillient. I'm not that good of a writer on the spot, but I just had to write a reveiw. It's THAT good. Just sample it on youtube or something because like I said, it's the weirdest album yet and it might not be your cup of Radiohead tea. But I give it a 5/5. Try it, then buy it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 9, 2009
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