Electioneering (track) by Radiohead
Electioneering appears on the following album(s) by Radiohead:
- OK Computer (track #8) (this album) (1997)
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I think this fits perfectly. It's reminiscent of Paranoid Android
Literally no clue why people don't like this one as much. It's insane. It's perfect on the album. The guitar is so good. My favorite's at the end where you can here the oooooo sound along with each note.
Pretty average track, but it gets extra points for the intro riff.
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Right now, rated the worst actual music track on the album. I maybe agree, but it's still fantastic.
I was listening to OK Computer for quite a while and didn't pay enough attention to those genius guitar lines, so over the time it grew to be now one of my favourite songs on the album along with Lucky and The Tourist. The final solo section of Jonny shreds my brain.
The song seems pretty out of place but it is refreshing after Fitter Happier
It's the song I always skip on OK computer. It ruins the listening experience when I play it.
Lyrically, great. However it does feel out of place in the album.
In most other albums, it would probably be my favourite track. It gets overshadowed by the rest of OK Computer, but it remains fantastic and with a great solo.
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