Giro d'Italia 2020, stage 12: Cesenatico - Cesenatico 204 km

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:hearteyes::hearteyes::hearteyes: Love that song. One of the very best tracks by the greatest band of all time.
Truth be told, I hated that song (and album) when I first heard it, but I persisted with many listens because it had such rave reviews. Eventually I started to 'get it', and Climbing Up The Walls was one of the last to click (along with Exit Music), and it's now my favourite off OK Computer (along with Airbag).

By the way, Fitter, Happier has never ever clicked. I swear that anyone who says they like that 'song' is lying, and only saying so because it's 'Radiohead' :laughing:

The Bends helped me with OK Computer as I was trying that out at the same time, and finding it interesting but much more accessible.

The 'normality' of The Bends helped to keep OK Computer High And Dry for me, so to speak.

My music tastes are generally much more....basic. Radiohead might be the one cool act that I like :p

I don't mind some stuff off Kid A and Amnesiac, but I sort of felt distant from them after that. I am yet to get In Rainbows (though understand many fans swear by it).

Maybe Alberto Contador is more like The Bends/OK Computer and Vincenzo Nibali is more like Kid A/Amnesiac :laughing:

But I will keep quoting OK Computer for Nibbles; there is a lot that relates.
 
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Truth be told, I hated that song (and album) when I first heard it, but I persisted with many listens because it had such rave reviews. Eventually I started to 'get it', and Climbing Up The Walls was one of the last to click (along with Exit Music), and it's now my favourite off OK Computer (along with Airbag).

By the way, Fitter, Happier has never ever clicked. I swear that anyone who says they like that 'song' is lying, and only saying so because it's 'Radiohead' :laughing:

The Bends helped me with OK Computer as I was trying that out at the same time, and finding it interesting but much more accessible.

The 'normality' of The Bends helped to keep OK Computer High And Dry for me, so to speak.

My music tastes are generally much more....basic. Radiohead might be the one cool act that I like :p

I don't mind some stuff off Kid A and Amnesiac, but I sort of felt distant from them after that. I am yet to get In Rainbows (though understand many fans swear by it).

Maybe Alberto Contador is more like The Bends/OK Computer and Vincenzo Nibali is more like Kid A/Amnesiac :laughing:

But I will keep quoting OK Computer for Nibbles; there is a lot that relates.
Fitter happier works in the context of the album as played in the intended sequence in one listen but I do agree that if it came on a playlist on random track you would skip it on.
 
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