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Headsex (Let The Music Go) (Elvis Jackson Radio Mix) - Technohead - Headsex (Cassette, Album)

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  1. 'Let Yourself Go' FTD CD review: 'Let Yourself Go' is a glimpse into the making of Elvis' sensational 'Comeback' TV Special. While it does feel like a 'work under construction' this is the sound of Elvis kicking open the door to his prison cell of movie contracts and dreadful scripts.
  2. As is the case with the album as a whole, this is offered as an alternative – not a replacement. Jazz-lite reworkings of Morning Bell and High & Dry, on the other hand, pass rather anonymously, and even the most ardent of Radioheads would struggle to pinpoint them in a noisy, smokey lounge (what they’d be doing in said lounge is beyond me).
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  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Exit Music: Songs with Radio Heads - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  5. From Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" to Nickelback's "Photograph," there are plenty of repetitive tunes. Take a look at our list of the absolute worst songs to get stuck in your head.
  6. But Exit Music: Songs for Radio Heads is almost redeemed by a few cuts that succeed on all levels. The Bad Plus's version of "Karma Police" is a masterful, expansive free-jazz meditation, the tune.
  7. Radiohead emerged from the shadow of ‘90s Brit-pop with a sound that was moody, melodic and explosive; with roots planted firmly in both alternative culture and the art-rock legacy.

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