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Hail To The Thief
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Released June 9, 2003. Hail to the Thief Tracklist. About Hail to the Thief. The title of the record has different points of reference. While the phrase was used by anti-Bush protesters following the controversial 2000 presidential election, lead singer Thom Yorke stated it was in reference to the 1824 election, which was won by John Quincy Adams.

Hail To The Thief ‎ (Cass, Album). Parlophone, Parlophone. 7243 5 84544 4 4, 584 5444. After these two plates, which seemed to be especially made to never having to experience the suffocating success of OK Computer (1997), Radiohead on Hail To The Thief gently back to the guitar sound of the best songs album The Bends (1995), albeit with the musical baggage that the group members have gained in the years afterwards. Thom Yorke still sounds as if he carries in itself the suffering of the world.

Hail To The Thief is a music studio album recording by RADIOHEAD (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 2003 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Sadly, the excitement of a new Radiohead album wore off fast, and I am left with doubts about this band's future. After 2 weak releases in a row (Amnesiac and this), plus having heard about their weak debut (Pablo Honey), I am hoping they haven't reached the end of the line. While this one had some very nice efforts, it simply lacked in consistency.

I'd say this is Radiohead's 4th best album, with Pablo Honey being their 5th/6th. There is a definite gap between the two though, and HTTT is more of a "Radiohead" album. Pablo Honey sounds like more typical rock groups could have made it. Morvit May 25th 2005.

The record Radiohead did make, Hail to the Thief, is almost an anti-masterpiece, a well-sequenced collection of songs that finds them internalizing the blend of experimental electronics and straightforward rock they wore so far out on their sleeves just a few years earlier. They basically started over, and on the record, the band sounds aware that it's peaked in a way, and perhaps less sure of where it wants to go. I hear the tension between a band that started to make the back-to-basics album guitarist Ed O'Brien so frequently mentions in interviews and a band that self-consciously. Hail to the Thief isn't Radiohead's best album, but it doesn't need to be, either. There are other albums for that. It did, however, prove that there can be life for a band after its landmark statement, and that life sounds pretty damn good.

Stand Up, the soaring slowness of Sail to the Moon, and pure vocal harmonies in I Will. The Upshot: All these factors combine to make an album that's success is due to the right mix of original sonic experimentation and elements from their previous albums. Though not as commercial as OK Computer or The Bends, Hail to The ThiefRadiohead brings back their rock sensibilities for their 6th album. Though not as commercial as OK Computer or The Bends, Hail to The Thief offers fantastic melodies, piano fueled ballads and the lushness of Thom Yorke's voice. Download: We Suck Young Blood, 2+2 5, I Will, Sail to the Moon.

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