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Posted at 4:40 PM ET, 02/18/2011

Coda: Recovering from the Grammys; Anticipating new Radiohead jams; The week in Odd Future

By Click Track

tylerRemember this as the week the world was introduced to Odd Future's Tyler, the Creator. (Josh Sisk/FTWP)

Twas a week of processing our disbelief and managing our expectations, here on Click Track. We're still getting over the Grammys. We puzzled over the performances. We wondered about the greater wonderment. We pondered the cruelty of Bieber nation. And we talked and talked some more. Meantime, Radiohead announced that they'd release an album on Saturday, so we ranked their discography on Thursday, and then -- surprise! -- they dropped the album on Friday. (Check this here blog first thing on Monday for a full album review.) And if you missed it, check out Odd Future's bravura performance on "Jimmy Fallon" and see how it stacked up against the troupe's D.C. gig on Valentine's Day. Xoxo.

By Click Track  | February 18, 2011; 4:40 PM ET
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