This and Kid A have been my favourite albums for over a year now. Both have a well-crafted, all-killer-no-filler set of 10 tracks. In Rainbows, however, is more accessible. It's a streamlined, more analog record from a band known to experiment heavily with electronics. That's not to say there isn't any of that here, 15 Step and Videotape have electronic drums and textures, and many tracks have ambient "experimental" features like previous Radiohead albums, but for the most part it's a more straightforward rock record. It's also quite mellow: Bodysnatchers is the only real heavy song on the album. Every song here is top notch, however. It's hard to pick favourites here, but I'd say Reckoner, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi and Nude are the album's best moments. Disc two is also phenomenal: 8 tracks that complement this album very nicely (MK1 playing after Videotape is beyond perfect). 10/10, definitely listen to this if you're a Radiohead fan at all. If you aren't, give it a few front-to-back listens, all Radiohead albums take some time to get into. Thanks for reading!