(Original post by antics)
im thinking a sequel to OKC, ive got a very good feeling this could be the second best album after ok computer and could well carry on where that left off
its gonna be about surburban and urban life etc etc is OKC
big ideas is gonna be on it, thats an awesome song, and from the okc era.
it seems kid a was way off, amnesiac came back abit, and then httt is almost back, now lp7 comes out- it points to a return of form.
I was thinking that too, "nude" is a song they wrote in the OKC era, and will probably be on the new album, so hopefully it will be a return to that style
just so you know mate, im a huge radiohead fan and have been since OKC came out when i was 11. ive seen them live many times before and even met the lads a few times.
i didnt mean kid a wasnt good, its my second favourite album of all time, i just meant it was abit off course with the whole PH, TB, OKC progression
i think maybe lp7 will carry on from where OKC left off. . . . . more so than kid a ever did!
and btw thom admittedly says they were completely out with kid a. but cited httt as a return. . . hmmm. . . who knows. . .
i think during kid a, it was kinda like 'yup we're doing something different' thats why theyve often stated how gruelling it was etc etc, esp the fact they had to learn new instruments, new ways of writing
i think httt, was abit like, do what we want, use synths, guitars whatever we want
maybe lp7 will be similar. . . . .
(Original post by Phonicsdude)
Coldplay have stated radiohead as an influence.
Coldplay's entire back catalogue is thanks to Karma Police, except the start of 'yellow' which is 'just' but with different chords.
That picture is like 3 or 4 years old, they've airbrushed his hair colour and fancied it up a bit.
His comments are taken way out of context...although i guess for NME it isn't too bad, love the fact they got some Arctic Monkeys reference in there as well!