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4 thoughts on “ Morning Bell (live) - Radiohead - Kid Alive (CD, Album)

  1. (Speaking of Kid A) Morning Bell represents (to me) the aftermath of the catastrophe of Idioteque. We cannot wallow in despair, and have to face up to the monotomous pain of living ("walking, walking, walking"). Maybe it's a kind of divorce, a detachment from reality and a full life, simply staying alive out of habit, like a zombie.
  2. However, there is little in the way of meaningful stylistic divergence between the two albums--Amnesiac shares with Kid A an atmosphere of defeated, vengeful paranoia, a heavy reliance on electronic noises and distorted vocals, a somewhat frustrating absence of Jonny Greenwood's guitar and the song "Morning Bell", which reappears on Amnesiac in.
  3. It is interesting to note that upon release, reviews for Kid A were fairly mixed - Radiohead's new-improved electronic textures displeased and perturbed quite a few of the critics, even if Radiohead's overall reputation at the time was so high that the album still topped the charts both in .
  4. Radiohead - Morning Bell (live) Lyrics. The morning bell, the morning bell Light another candle and release me, release me You can keep the furniture, a bump on the head Howling do.

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