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Boomkat Product Review:
Not that it really matters a jot what we have to say, but boy this is a good album. Radiohead have long found themselves in the strange position of being tagged as weird by the mainstream press (by mainstream read pretty much everybody), and not quite weird enough by everyone else. Meantime, the band carry on producing an exceptional body of work, writing amazing songs and rendering them with invention and a level of accomplishment that's more often than not staggering. And then you hear some Radio 4 show or another comparing 'King of Limbs' to Metal Machine Music by Lou Reed, his 1975 f*ck you to the music industry, and the album most often cited by journo's in desperate need of something 'experimental' for a frame of reference. Metal Machine Music? Really? And then you get a whole bunch of more 'knowing' music followers comparing Radiohead to Flying Lotus or Autechre, similarly vacuous points of reference as far as we're concerned, but then, whatever. Basically, King Of Limbs is just a great great set of songs, and if you look hard you'll even find similarities with other alternative bands through the last 20 years, the looped drums of incredible album opener 'Bloom' sound to us like an updated version of classic Moonshake, while 'Feral' really just stands out as one of the most well-realised hybrid productions you'll hear in 2011. We love it.