Haven't heard it yet, I actually had no idea, thanks for clueing me in. I will give you a report once I give it a listen.. I'm a big Radiohead fan.
One thing I do know however, is that sometimes weird music grows on you. I've listened to albums and initially hated them, and then after listening to them more I started to really appreciate them. I think I kinda felt that way with In Rainbows at first.
I can say I'm the opposite of freshy, I tend to like the non-hit songs better. Most of the time they are too creative and "out-there" for mainstream radio to bear.
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