Eh, I've burned through my American/European Metal/Rock/Industrial collection. Having to tap my Visual Kei collection for a bit.
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Since receiving the Deviloof album, I've been binge listening to it. Thanks to that, I can't seem to find a band to quench my "thirst" for metalcore/deathcore.
Radiohead- Kid A• Hello guys, Happy saturday ! Im listening to my second favorite Radiohead album, "Kid A". Kid A was a landmark album by Radiohead, it marked a stylistic change that would go onto define the band's music moving foward. The experimentation that the band did on this album is something to behold, and it all starts with the mind blowing opener "everything in its right place". Right away you can here the electronic influence in this song, with its glitchy backing noises and a lack of guitar. Thom yorke's lyrics are also very abstract on this song, and the song keeps building until it fades out with the glitchy vocals at the end repeating. The title track "Kid A", is an amazing soundscape where the vocals are completely robotic sounding and almost takes on a feeling that the vocals are contributing to the background music, rather than standing on their own. Every song on this album is a classic, with fan favorites like "how to disappear completely" a extremely grim and sad song that is reportedly about a dream Thom had, where he was sinking inside a levy, and "idioteque" a blisteringly explosive song. Along with some more deep cuts like the beautiful sounds of "tree fingers" or the interesting and dark "in Limbo". The album ends with quite possibly the most beautiful song Radiohead has to offer in "Motion Picture Soundtrack". Kid A is definately a defining album of its time, and is still a masterpiece today. Favorite Tracks- Everything in its right place, How to disappear completely, in limbo, idioteque, optimistic, motion picture soundtrack, morning bell.