1) AWE -- Dorothea Lasky
2) Modern Life -- Matthea Harvey
3) The Art of Attention -- Donald Revel
4) Splurge -- Paul Violi
5) The Wrong Tree -- Dana Ward
1) In Rainbows -- Radiohead
2) In Rainbows -- Radiohead
3) In Rainbows -- Radiohead
4) In Rainbows -- Radiohead
5) In Rainbows -- Radiohead
((By the by, I should mention that I'm NOT one of those diehard Radiohead nuts. In general, I think their stuff is fairly hit and miss, and that a huge part of why everyone thinks they're so amazing is simply because they're a mainstream band that walks a fine line between being too unlistenably weird for the mainstream and too mainstream to be (even remotely) unlistenably weird. Nevertheless, this new record is fantastic, start to finish and even on repeat.
Also, the way they've decided to deliver this record (sans label support and via download from their website) is a huge smack (and I don't mean a James Schuyler-like kiss) in the face of the record industry. Of course, tons of bands, including my own Travel, do this everyday (all of our CDs are available for Free download from our site), but it's the fact that Radiohead is Radiohead that makes this so significant. Hooray for them.
Find out more about the new Radiohead: http://cdreviews.com/2007/10/15/radiohead_rainbows/
Download your copy: http://www.inrainbows.com/))