Let’s have a Monster Jams moment. The guitar chords in the chorus of this song get me all kinds of crunk.
Have you ever screamed this song at the top of your lungs? Complete with on-beat headbangs and intense facial expressions? Because you should. It’s a real good time. Find a friend and get those harmonies down pat too, and make up some of your own, because this song is really big deal, OK?
The 3rd Girls’ Generation album came out last week so I had to have a moment with my ladies.
But one night, I heard Jennifer Lopez coming out of my neighbor’s window and I thought “Who let her make so many medium-ass albums?” So I actually went through her entire catalog in one sitting to see how mediocre they really were.
I guess when this posts I’ll be at the Radiohead show.
HAHAHAHAHA! EAT THAT!!
But on a more serious note, this is my favorite track from In Rainbows and one of my favorite Radiohead tracks ever. I think this whole Radiohead time period is underrated and everybody glorifies 1995-2000, especially people my age who are, in all honestly, too young to clearly remember it anyway. Their 3 best albums did come out back to back to back between those years, but can we appreciate the fact that they’re still putting out good albums 10 years after their peak? I mean, what’s Janet Jackson done the past decade? Did you really like The Strokes’ last album? So good job, Radiohead.
Nerd moment: The very last chord progression on this track, the third progression in a series after the strings come in, is one of my favorite moments in music. I’m so mad there’s not more after it. I want to build an entire Kelly Rowland track out of those three progressions.