viernes, 24 de junio de 2011

In Rainbows

I just can't imagine how many people have listened to these guys everytime they are sad or something goes wrong, all because of a sort of masochist instinct or something like that, I can't explain that of other way. But this band is not all about sadness. They can also make you enjoy the most beautiful moments of your life with their music. I'm talking about one of the greatest England's sons of music, with more than twenty years making interference on people's mind, ladies and gentlemen, this is Radiohead.




Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Colin Greenwood and Phil Selway. Five little bastards that created a band in 1985 and started to make some magic spells with their instruments. Now, these bastards are considered as one of the most influential, beautiful, deepest, and biggest bands of all times, flooding the world with their depressive and touching music, sounds, lyrics and style. Listening to them is nothing but a pleasure for your ears and brain.




On 2006, Thom released his solo work titled "The Eraser" with a lot of success. But for everyone's good he didn't leave Radiohead. The band counts with eight successful albums, all of them with their characteristc and special style.
I got to say, this is the perfect music to get across your mind.






It's amazing how some good music and Thom in a shopping cart can turn a supermarket into heaven. "Fake Plastic Trees" was released sixteen years ago, and it still hitting hearts and souls. "If I could be who you wanted...", what a moment mates.  






Now it's the time for a café with an interesting name to be invaded by Thom and company. Everyone's eating and fighting while they are singing "High & Dry", perfect combination. Cheers for Radiohead.

9 comentarios:

  1. Nice post. I dunno if I listen to their music when sad though.

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  2. I loved in rainbows, I'm a little disappointed by their last album tho...

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  3. RadioHead is awesome. Been a fan since day 1

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  4. Not much of a Radiohead fan, sadly. However, I really like the song "Paranoid Android" for some reason...

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  5. Mmhm, Radiohead. What don't they do well? :)

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