Not the band's best, but extremely underrated
Arguably the band's darkest album, "Hail to the Thief" contains enough explicit profanity (a few uses of "f--k" towards the end) and violence (see the brutal last track, "A Wolf at the Door") for it to be pretty much completely off-limits for kids, though teens who can handle the dark subject matter will most likely find much to like about this complex, moody release. I personally don't love it from start to finish as much of some of the band's best albums (see "OK Computer" for a truly fantastic wall-to-wall classic), but still enjoy its best moments ("2+2=5", "Sit Down, Stand Up", and "There, There" being just a few of them) enough for me to highly recommend it to 'Head fans or anyone else bored with today's generic, lifeless pop music.
This title contains:
Violence & scariness
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking