So today I will be reviewing an album that I hold very dear to me it is the one and only Radiohead and their debut album - Pablo Honey. let's get into it shall we?
Pablo Honey was released in 1993 when I was just a wee monkey clinging to my mum's back. Till that filthy bitch Redi decided he wanted a pet monkey like Micheal Jackson (damn you Redi and you too Bubbles I was going to be MJ's pet till you did that fucking moonwalk!) anyway I digress.
This album is an absolute killer with the first track being the awesome 'You' it's a great opener with an awesome opening riff and Thom's great voice also the guitar is awesome.
Then we move onto 'Creep' which is an excellent song, very heartfelt and the way I used to feel all them years ago, before I grew major chest hairs and became a love god. It's a dirty song, with dirty guitar sound just pure Radiohead genius.the next song is 'How Do You?' which sounds so British but is a real grungy sounding song my only problem is that it's too short.
We move onto the track 'Stop Whispering' I love this song and rate it one of the best songs on the album it has great music and guitar but, Thom's voice in this is amazing so passionate what a truly gifted singer he is. The next track is 'Thinking About You' which is an acoustic track with some electric guitar but yet again Thom's voice steals the whole song.just awesome and brilliant.
'Anyone Can Play Guitar' is the next track and with it's feedback start it is an awesome song, I love the whole grungy feel this song has. we follow this song up with 'Ripcord' a cool song and yet again that voice is just so perfect.'Vegetable' is the next track and it is a really catchy song that gets inside your head and it does have a really cool guitar solo - whatever happened to guitar solo's? They just don't do them in this day and age.
We then move onto the track 'Prove Yourself' it is another cool song with that real wall of sound that only Radiohead can do and that drumbeat is kick-ass. The next song is 'I Can't' it has a seriously cool intro and I think it's cool has a pub rock feel to it, I think you need to be pissed in a pub to enjoy it to it's full potential.
'Lurgee' is the next song and it is a great song with great lyrics and great guitar and Thom's voice is great as per usual. We then move onto the last song 'Blow Out' which is cool song to end on it does seem different to all the other songs which makes it so cool.
All up I give this 5 shots of whiskey out of 5. Only Radiohead could pull off one of the greatest debut albums ever! This set the benchmark really high for them and the just seemed to get better and better with each album. Do yourself a favour and check out this album now, you bitches, you won't be disappointed at all! You can check out Radiohead here http://www.radiohead.com/
Also go and buy the album, not that fucking download shit, actually buy and own it.
Till next week peace out my bitches!