I'm not sure how you could ever consider Adele's music highly compressed when mentioning Radiohead's music. I enjoy Radiohead I really do, but their music is a prime example of compression.
Back to Adele, I find 19 to sound a good bit better than 21, even though 21 has a some really good tunes.
I don't think I was inferring that Radiohead wasn't compressed. I'm just a big Radiohead fan so I enjoy a lot of their albums and music and the details that I do make out of their music, I tend to pick it apart while listening to them. I think subjectiveness plays a lot into my enjoyment of them vs. Adele. (I'm not really into her music much, although I do appreciate it and think "Rolling in the Deep" is a catchy tune.)
Well, there's bad and then worse. >.<
That's a great resource! It's also interesting to note that despite the dynamic range limitations of some albums, what they have done with some of these is actually pretty decent results. (http://www.dr.loudness-war.info/index.php?search_artist=The%20Flaming%20Lips) "Yoshima Battles the Pink Robots" has some weird things going on (phasey stuff, I'm sure I'm not describing it adequately enough) that causes it to be an aural mess and sonic orgasm at the same time. I don't know how to put into words but I do enjoy this album immensely on some tracks, despite the very poor ratings on this site.