For me Radiohead peaked at OK Computer. It’s not that everything since then has been bad, just that none of it has been as good (though Kid A came close). Each album has been just a bit worse than the previous until this one, which breaks the trend only slightly by being better than its direct predecessor Hail To The Thief. It’s okay, but it’s just not that great – I suspect like Hail To The Thief it will improve with time, but not by much. Worth listening to? Sure, occasionally; but certainly no classic.
Nothing stands out here as being particularly memorable, or as something that will be remembered in years to come as a classic song. Having just listened to it it’s easy to forget; compare that with OK Computer that still resonates ten years after its release.
I haven’t given up on Radiohead, I just hope one day they’ll stop releasing so many mediocre albums and bring out something brilliant again (Thom Yorke’s Eraser showed he’s still got it in him to be brilliant). There’s a sameness to most of their albums that’s just getting really tiresome – time to reinvent and come up with something truly original once more.