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I confess, I'll forgive Nick Hornby for anything, after Fever Pitch.

I think the key point for me isn't that I don't like Radiohead, which isn't true anyway. It's that I don't have an opinion about them, which says more about me than about Radiohead. And ultimately, I think that's what Hornby was saying, as well ... it takes time and effort to appreciate difficult works, and the older you get, the less time you have to make the extra effort. Which is more about Hornby than it is about Radiohead.

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