It would be nice if Richard Cromelin had focused on reviewing the Radiohead show instead of taking another opportunity to knock the album "Kid A" ("Radiohead Gives the Future Pause," Oct. 23).
None of the individuals I've communicated with would describe themselves as "disappointed fans who regard 'Kid A' as a navel-gazing retreat from the front lines." Surely there are those who are unhappy; any drastic artistic change is bound to disappoint someone. But Cromelin's job was to review the show and he offers very little information about it. Instead we're given a few vague comments on the band and his editorializing about the album. I read the original review three weeks ago; what I wanted Monday was information on the show.