How Music Critics Got it Wrong with ‘Kid A’ and ‘Donda’

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Rolling Stone critic David Fricke got it wrong to such a degree when he reviewed Kid A by Radiohead in October of 2000 that re-reading it in 2021 is just as embarrassing for me as it was when I first read it upon the album’s release. Kid A broke major ground in…

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Joshua Gane

Joshua Gane

I write content for RapTV. On Medium I write about music, politics, human and civil rights, philosophy and personal experiences.

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