Also, how do you know Radiohead's next release won't be on the Kid A/OKC level? Yeah, it's probably failry unlikely, but I'm sure the band is still capable of producing another great album. It's definitely not far to say they're past their prime. KoL wasn't their best output, but In Rainbows before it was one of, if not the best album they've ever made. Let's see what their next release sounds like before putting them in the "old fart" category.
I thought KOL was fantastic. I listen to it all the time. I definitely do not think Radiohead is past their prime. KOL and even In Rainbows didnt have as many radio hits but musically, they were both solid and they were also pretty diverse. I think Thom and company will put out a couple more great albums, if not more.
They are suppose to get back in the studio in late summer to start working on another one.
Toy Story (series) The Incredibles Up Wall-e Monster's Inc Finding Nemo Ratatouille A Bug's Life Cars
Haven't seen the other two
The Incredibles Finding Nemo Wall-E Ratatouille Toy Story 2 Toy Story Toy Story 3 Up Cars Monster's Inc Brave A Bug's Life
I've seen almost all of the Pixar movies opening weekend even before I had kids. I'd rate them this way:
Finding Nemo - it's not the best but I have a soft spot for it for a few reasons. Toy Story 3 - might be the best animated movie ever. Wall-E Toy Story 2 Toy Story Monster's Inc Ratatouille Cars The Incredibles Brave Up A Bug's Life
The last two are the only ones I didnt see in the theater so maybe that has something to do with it.
And wow, you're like a walking, talking infomercial to turn people away from Pearl Jam and Ohio State, aren't you? Before you started posting here I quite liked Pearl Jam and was indifferent towards OSU, now I find myself wishing that Eddie Vedder falls down a mine shaft or that Columbus is infested with locusts