“Creep” apparently the best song ever
Local Radiohead fan, Sam Rogers, claims to know everything about music. His passion for what he calls “quality music” began when he saw Baz Luhrmann’s film Romeo + Juliet, which was poorly received by critics. Rogers openly established his core beliefs of the band’s quality. “Radiohead is just really good.” When asked why he loves them so much, he told reporters, “Because they are the best band around. Compare them to the Beatles or Led Zeppelin or Michael Jackson or Nirvana, they’re just really good.”
Critics of Rogers’ attempt to understand why he doesn’t like any other bands. “It’s not that Radiohead is good music. Radiohead is music. I think that’s the misconception here.” Showing a picture of his room, draped in Radiohead gear and paraphernalia, he said, “Just think about the song, ”’Creep.’” He claims “Creep” is the greatest song he’s ever heard. When he heard The Hollies’ hit, “The Air That I Breathe,” a song that uses the same chords and exact same drum beat, he said, “You see, that isn’t music. It wasn’t Radiohead. What makes Radiohead great is that they are Radiohead. They are so unique.” At press time, he told Buzzsaw the only song he has ever heard is “Creep” and that he has not had time to get into any other music.
Jordan Aaron is a sophomore cinema photography major with a soft spot for cold, brooding Brit rock. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.