Fitter Happier (track) by Radiohead
Fitter Happier appears on the following album(s) by Radiohead:
- OK Computer (track #7) (this album) (1997)
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Definitely a callback to “Providence” by Sonic Youth. I’ll take theirs any day to this, but it definitely is good on the album.
I hate listening to this song, but not just because its annoying. Because its brutally honest about us, as people
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Nice interlude (?
Not really fair to rate this as a track. It works great though. Will not cry in public.
This interlude is so good and yet so sad because it reflects our world and this album so perfectly. The music so hauntingly beautiful but I’m still giving it a 65/100 because the text to speech scares the heck out of me even though it adds to the message.
Just gonna say, there are almost 100 people that have rated this track 100/100. Music must truly be subjective
I almost think it would have made a better introduction to the album since it sums up 'OK Computer' so perfectly, but it's perfectly fine the way it is.
Reminds me a lot of Providence by Sonic Youth. The piano is so haunting and very fitting with the mood created by the lyrics. It transitions the album fluidly and well, while staying strong with the 21st century theme. It is brilliant.
Sums up the mood of the album perfectly. Creepy and beautiful at the same time.
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