The 1975 - Notes on a Conditional Form
May 22, 2020
NR
This is literally Kid A, it is identical to Radiohead's 2000 critical success "Kid A". Nothing has changed, it is the same album, same tracklist, same everything. One would call this plagiarism, but there's this lost beauty in stealing and taking something that isn't yours - especially in art. After countless delays this album was released basically a year after announcement, and it being just Kid A is fascinating. Kid A is a great album, one quite refreshing for it's time and Kid A still to this day effects the listener like no other album, but this is better than Kid A. You see Kid A didn't have an extra layer to it's art making the experience even more complex and challenging than it is no, Kid A wasn't stolen, until now where Kid A was stolen and repurposed into what is not Kid A but still, at the same time, Kid A. This makes this album better than Kid A if you didn't clue that in already.
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