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Extremely Bad Advice: Radio Fed Up
One of my co-workers has this strange and inappropriate love of Radiohead. This would be fine if he kept it to himself. But he can’t. And he won’t. He plays their music non-stop in his office and sends endless Radiohead updates via email. ‘Radiohead’s new video!’ ‘Radiohead’s new single!’ ‘Radiohead meets the Queen!’ I’ve told him how much I hate Radiohead but that only encourages him. What can I do to make my workspace a Radiohead-free zone?

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Extremely Bad Advice: Radio Fed Up

One of my co-workers has this strange and inappropriate love of Radiohead. This would be fine if he kept it to himself. But he can’t. And he won’t. He plays their music non-stop in his office and sends endless Radiohead updates via email. ‘Radiohead’s new video!’ ‘Radiohead’s new single!’ ‘Radiohead meets the Queen!’ I’ve told him how much I hate Radiohead but that only encourages him. What can I do to make my workspace a Radiohead-free zone?

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Here are the Top 10 Albums of 2011, as chosen by youA couple of weeks ago, National Post arts writers, critics, reviewers and general music-lovers got together to name their favourite albums of the year,  resulting in a highly unofficial list of 42 great records, presented in  no particular order. And while it was lots of fun to present our picks  and extol their virtues, we though there must be some way for us to rank  our faves – and that’s when we turned to you, the reader, and asked you  to pick your Top 10 Albums of the Year from our list of 42. And you  did! 1. Adele, 21 2. Bon Iver, Bon Iver 3. The Black Keys, El Camino 4. Radiohead, The King of Limbs 5. Feist, Metals 6. Jay-Z and Kanye West, Watch the Throne 7. Lady Gaga, Born This Way 8. Drake, Take Care 9. Austra, Feel it Break 10. The Decemberists, The King is Dead

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Here are the Top 10 Albums of 2011, as chosen by you
A couple of weeks ago, National Post arts writers, critics, reviewers and general music-lovers got together to name their favourite albums of the year, resulting in a highly unofficial list of 42 great records, presented in no particular order. And while it was lots of fun to present our picks and extol their virtues, we though there must be some way for us to rank our faves – and that’s when we turned to you, the reader, and asked you to pick your Top 10 Albums of the Year from our list of 42. And you did!

1. Adele, 21
2. Bon Iver, Bon Iver
3. The Black Keys, El Camino
4. Radiohead, The King of Limbs
5. Feist, Metals
6. Jay-Z and Kanye West, Watch the Throne
7. Lady Gaga, Born This Way
8. Drake, Take Care
9. Austra, Feel it Break
10. The Decemberists, The King is Dead

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The future of music is written by fortysomething artists
Imagine grabbing a CD by Lady Gaga or Katy Perry or any other young  hitmaker from our Age of Derivative. You hop into your Delorean and zip  back to 1991. Would our 2011 sounds truly dazzle and challenge the ears  of yesteryear? Would a single feather be ruffled, or a mind blown?

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The future of music is written by fortysomething artists

Imagine grabbing a CD by Lady Gaga or Katy Perry or any other young hitmaker from our Age of Derivative. You hop into your Delorean and zip back to 1991. Would our 2011 sounds truly dazzle and challenge the ears of yesteryear? Would a single feather be ruffled, or a mind blown?