“10 Commandments of Christian Pop”

by Dylan on April 4, 2004

The Scotsman has published an article entitled “Ten Commandments to turn Christian Pop Stars into Real Ones”, and Radiohead was mentioned twice-
“Lord I Lift Your Name On High by SONICFLOOd borrows so blatantly from Airbag by Radiohead that they should demand royalties. That said, the song was originally written in 1989 by someone called Rick Founds, which raises the fascinating possibility that Ok Computer, one of the most influential albums of the 1990s, is actually ripped off from old Christian pop songs. I will investigate.”
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Commandment #7: Steal more ideas from Radiohead.
You can read the entire article here.



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