They explore the impact of the increasing digitization of music after 2001 in the form of video games, websites, mp3 files, iPods, movie trailers, and YouTube clips, as well as the recent revival of the cassette culture; subversive musical responses to 9/11, including underground, improvised jazz, Radiohead's Hail to the Thief and In Rainbows, and Nine Inch Nails' Year Zero; and musical protest, its absence in mainstream hip-hop, the apolitical 60s sound of acts like Grizzly Bear and Fleet Foxes, the rise of conservative punk around the 2004 presidential campaign, and responses of late-punk groups Alkaline Trio and Green Day.
What does HTTT stand for?
HTTT stands for Hail to the Thief (Radiohead album)
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85m-high painting titled The Spear is part of artist Brett Murray's Hail to the Thief II exhibition at the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg.
It has received rave reviews mixed with the usual criticisms that their setlist should be tailored more to crowd-pleasing favourites from OK Computer rather than chin-stroking outings from Kid A and Hail To The Thief.
In Rainbows is Radiohead's first album without a record label, having fulfilled their contract with EMI following their 2003 release Hail to the Thief.
The evening went without hitch, with awards from 25,000 public voters going to The Libertines, Best UK Band, and Radiohead, who won the Best Album for Hail To The Thief.
The Village Voice surveyed 733 of the country's most passionate and discerning music critics, and the winners of the Village Voice's Annual Pazz & Jop Critics Poll are: ALBUMS 1 OutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love Below (Arista) 2 The White Stripes Elephant (V2) 3 Fountains of Wayne Welcome Interstate Managers (S-Curve) 4 Radiohead Hail to the Thief (Capitol) 5 Yeah Yeah Yeahs Fever to Tell (Interscope) 6 The Shins Chutes Too Narrow (Sub Pop) 7 New Pornographers Electric Version (Matador) 8 Basement Jaxx Kish Kash (Astralwerks) 9 Drive-By Truckers Decoration Day (New West) 10 Dizzee Rascal Boy in Da Corner (XL import) SINGLES 1 OutKast "Hey Ya
Radiohead: Hail To The Thief Well,you all know who Radiohead are, don't you?
Thom Yorke kicked off the proceedings with a succession of album tracks from Hail To The Thief - their current single, the title track, going down a storm.