Truth Media Reader Response
The TruthMedia site has been updated with a whole slew of reader responses to Fragmaster's review of Radiohead's "Amnesiac" album. As hard as it is to believe, Fragmaster seemed to ruffle the feathers of quite a few Radiohead fans. And I mean that literally, because most Radiohead fans are feathered. Here's an example of the typical clueless response:
What in god's name is that radiohead amnesiac review? Radiohead fans are die-hard for a reason, and that reason is that the band is simply brilliant. Thus, I assure you that hateful emails will come FLOODING IN. That review is full of spelling and grammatical errors, anachronisms, and flat out lies. It seems as though the person who wrote the review simply knows that Radiohead are well loved by people who know good music, and thus are indimidated by them. Please grow up, and respect Radiohead for what they are: a beacon of hope in a world of absolute shite music.
Wow, and to think only one click would have saved these people a lot of heartache and frustration. God bless Internet users!
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