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专辑名:The Bends
歌手:Radiohead
发行时间:1995-04-04

简介:1995年3月发表的《THE BENDS》记录了THOM敏感善变的心绪,词作的笔触充满诗意:"当心已破碎,你依然希望自己还能去爱。"RADIOHEAD终于逃离了"CREEP"造成的窠臼,从摇滚新锐步入超级团体的殿堂。《THE BENDS》博得了全球性的赞誉并使乐队在1995年岁末得到了全英音乐奖最佳团体的提名。 这张专辑在滚石杂志选出的500张历代最强专辑中排名第110位。 Pablo Honey in no way was adequate preparation for its epic, sprawling follow-up, The Bends. Building from the sweeping, three-guitar attack that punctuated the best moments of Pablo Honey, Radiohead create a grand and forceful sound that nevertheless resonates with anguish and despair — it's cerebral anthemic rock. Occasionally, the album displays its influences, whether it's U2, Pink Floyd, R.E.M., or the Pixies, but Radiohead turn clichés inside out, making each song sound bracingly fresh. Thom Yorke's tortured lyrics give the album a melancholy undercurrent, as does the surging, textured music. But what makes The Bends so remarkable is that it marries such ambitious, and often challenging, instrumental soundscapes to songs that are at their cores hauntingly melodic and accessible. It makes the record compelling upon first listen, but it reveals new details with each listen, and soon it becomes apparent that with The Bends, Radiohead have reinvented anthemic rock.

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1995年3月发表的《THE BENDS》记录了THOM敏感善变的心绪,词作的笔触充满诗意:"当心已破碎,你依然希望自己还能去爱。"RADIOHEAD终于逃离了"CREEP"造成的窠臼,从摇滚新锐步入超级团体的殿堂。《THE BENDS》博得了全球性的赞誉并使乐队在1995年岁末得到了全英音乐奖最佳团体的提名。 这张专辑在滚石杂志选出的500张历代最强专辑中排名第110位。 Pablo Honey in no way was adequate preparation for its epic, sprawling follow-up, The Bends. Building from the sweeping, three-guitar attack that punctuated the best moments of Pablo Honey, Radiohead create a grand and forceful sound that nevertheless resonates with anguish and despair — it's cerebral anthemic rock. Occasionally, the album displays its influences, whether it's U2, Pink Floyd, R.E.M., or the Pixies, but Radiohead turn clichés inside out, making each song sound bracingly fresh. Thom Yorke's tortured lyrics give the album a melancholy undercurrent, as does the surging, textured music. But what makes The Bends so remarkable is that it marries such ambitious, and often challenging, instrumental soundscapes to songs that are at their cores hauntingly melodic and accessible. It makes the record compelling upon first listen, but it reveals new details with each listen, and soon it becomes apparent that with The Bends, Radiohead have reinvented anthemic rock.