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  2. can you download honeypot mp3?
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  4. yeah but that only ever happens on /r/popheads 🦄
  5. well, you read a post and maybe sometimes it gives you a warm fuzzy feeling. sometimes you smile. thats how you like a post.
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  7. I figured out how to download the audio. I wish the main page of the website had instructions for this. I wonder how long this feature has been available.
  8. I had not thought about that. That makes sense. I feel like an idiot for not thinking of it . . . . . it seems obvious now that you bring it up. I guess I've just been so focused on trying to catch up on acquiring b-sides, live tracks and hard-to-find recordings that . . . . . sitting down and watching the two Live From The Basement performances wasn't on my radar. Thank you for the suggestion.
  9. A Wolf at the Door. We know HTTT gets hate and honestly I think the album could have been more consistent and embodied a more Hi-Fi sound (not really a fan of the approach to recreate the live recording sound for the studio album) but this song hits me every time. It’s got the nude drum beat in 6/8 if I’m not mistaken and a real shinging moment for Thom’s vocals with his quasi rapping perfectly accenting the soaring vocals on the chorus. Lyrically it sums up the album for me as well.
  10. I just realised you can download the audio bits from the citizeninsane pages now this is amazing-zing-zing 😮
  11. So if you find other performances from the FTB series, you can compare the look of the two different studios, no?
  12. Concerning my post above . . . . . . I asked the same question at the Steve Hoffman music forum. A member of that forum mentioned an article in the References section of the Wikipedia page for The King Of Limbs Live From The Basement. I clicked on the link and it took me to the article, which was posted online on June 21, 2011. The article's author states "Last month I was honored to be invited to Maida Vale Studios to be present for the recording session" . . . . . . so the recording date appears to be May 26 2011. The article's author says he was invited to Maida Vale Studios. The Citizen Insane website says the recording took place at the TV studio at The Hospital in London. The Citizen Insane website is very organized, straightforward and reliable . . . . . . maybe it got the recording date correct . . . . . . but listed the wrong recording location.
  13. For The King Of Limbs Live From The Basement . . . . . what is the exact date it was recorded? I am not interested in the date of its TV broadcast, online broadcast, DVD release or Blu-ray release. I could not find the answer in this forum or at the Radiohead Public Library. However, here's the info I found but I don't know what is accurate: Be aware . . . . . for the Internet addresses below, I added spaces to them so they would not be active links in this post. According to the Citizen Insane website: recorded at the TV studio at The Hospital, London circa May 26 2011 https ://citizeninsane.eu/live/2011/2011-07-09. html According to the setlist.fm website: recorded at Maida Vale Studios, London on July 1 2011 https ://www.setlist.fm/setlist/radiohead/2011/maida-vale-studios-london-england-6bdfc216. html According to Wikipedia: recorded at Maida Vale Studios, London Because the websites above list two different locations, The Hospital and Maida Vale Studios, it causes me to question the accuracy of both the location and the date. Is anyone here on the forum willing to give me an Internet source that accurately confirms the date that Radiohead recorded the tracks in that studio performance?
  14. I just checked-in to the forum. Thank you very much for the link, walter ego. I'm listening to it right now and I will compare it to my existing live version (which was performed in San Diego on June 27, 2006) After listening to both versions, my existing live version (San Diego June 27, 2006) sounds better . . . . . for example, I can hear the bass guitar more clearly.
  15. I thought of you dag. I just found this live version of Down is the new up from 2006 that's really good. I LOVE how they played that song that year, and I have been listening to the Toronto version because it's the least worst, sound-quality wise, but this one might be up to your standards. And you may have it already. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LC3WJeSda38
  16. Yes, of course. Be aware . . . . . I added three spaces to the Internet address because I don’t like it when forums (and email websites) take an Internet address (that I have typed) and make it an active link. I just want the Internet address to be plainly typed letters. I think adding spaces does that. I placed the spaces after https and google. Here’s the Internet address: https ://docs.google . com/document/d/1kA8u6UhjbutZ-b7TXzmX4qkOTg6nGC1vPg50WwCcZyo/preview
  17. I finished listening to the music on the Radiohead MiniDiscs [Hacked]. I was interested in keeping only a few recordings. This actually surprised me. I found quite a bit of the recordings to be a little boring sometimes. And when something did catch my attention . . . . . boredom hit me in a different way. It just gets old listening to different versions of tracks . . . . . over and over . . . . . and trying to figure out what's different between them. Trying to evaluate which recording has better audio quality . . . . . over and over . . . . . that also gets tedious. But I powered through . . . . . with the assistance of water, Red Bull and Pepsi . . . . . and with a few breaks here and there. I thought this would take me weeks or months. It actually took me a only few days and I'm very thankful for that. If there is any forum member who contributed to the MiniDiscs tracklist at the docs.google website . . . . . I want to thank you for contributing to the tracklist details. I sincerely appreciate having that information as a resource.
  18. Lenny!

    Lenny!

  19. I checked the Radiohead Public Library but I did not find any info about a live version of Like Spinning Plates played using the instruments on the Amnesiac album. On a separate note . . . . . I finally finished the project I have been working on for about 1 year or so. I didn't work on it every day or even every week. I worked on it whenever I had time. The project was to acquire live versions of every track I like (tracks written and recorded by Radiohead, Atoms For Peace and Thom Yorke solo). I suspect most forum members have many live versions of tracks. And they've had them for years. My situation was different. I only had a few live tracks when I started this project. As everyone knows . . . . . for the most part, most tracks are performed the same way by bands at each concert. So my first challenge was just to find those typical performances, download them and organize them in my iTunes library. In addition to that . . . . . I had to search out early live versions of tracks . . . . . or sometimes, only Thom & Jonny performed the track . . . . . or Thom played it all by himself . . . . . . or Thom performed a Radiohead track with Atoms For Peace. The Citizen Insane website has been a great resource and I'm very grateful it is still available to use. However, there's no one single database that contains every specific bit of info about different live versions . . . . . so sometimes, it took forever to look for that information at a wide variety of sources. Another issue was finding quality recordings. As everyone knows, there's so many low quality concert recordings out there. People would claim it sounded "great" . . . . . but then after listening . . . . . . many times I asked myself "What the hell? That audio recording sounds like crap!" As everyone here at the forum knows . . . . . the audio taper may be too close to the stage or too far from the stage or their location (in the audience floor) records poor quality audio of vocals but great guitars . . . . . or their location records great vocals but low quality audio of the guitars. One of my biggest complaints was audience members talking, screaming or whistling while a song was being performed. Most of the time, I decided not to keep those audio files. Another reason this project took me so long was . . . . . . after acquiring the audio files, I spent lots of time editing audio files in order to remove banter from band members (normally Thom, of course). Obviously, that banter was usually right before tracks start. And I wanted to remove most of crowd noise from before the music starts and remove most of the crowd noise from after the music ends. My goal was to focus on the individual music tracks rather than entire concert experiences. After all this work . . . . . I still couldn't find quality live versions of numerous tracks. And yes, I know . . . . . some tracks just have not been performed live. My next project is listening to all the music that is on the MiniDisks. I have to decide what's worth keeping. I suspect I already have some of the music that is on the MiniDisks. This COVID-19 situation has actually given me a chance to work on these projects. And I still need to do this same type of live track project for some of my other favorite musical artists (Depeche Mode, U2, The Cure, Coldplay, Neil Young).
  20. Thanks. Do you know any way I can get into contact with them? edit: never mind, I managed to email Austin.
  21. How dare you downvote me, lentil. Gonna make fucking dahl outta you.
  22. that was the worst one! BANKSTERS + PRANKSTERS Gang Stars & WANK STARES!
  23. Concerning the tracks from Earth . . . . I did not like any track enough to buy them. However, I did buy the track Santa Teresa from the iTunes Store.
  24. From now on, it will be: Lentil
  25. You could try to hit up sheepchair or Austin Brock on youtube. They had collected massive amounts of live files from what i remember
  26. I'm still working on my project of trying to get high quality live audio downloads of every Radiohead track I like. I have struggled with Airbag. One thing I don't like about it is . . . . . I just wish Thom would stop playing his guitar for portions of the song. His constant guitar playing does not allow me to hear the other guitars as much as I would prefer. That appears to be the way they play the song so I guess there's really nothing I can do about it. This topic has a post that includes a YouTube video. The audio is pretty good but still not what I had hoped. Anyways, I will try to acquire the audio from it and I will continue to search the forum for other live audio of Airbag. Thank you . . . . to whoever it was that posted the Eurockeennes 97 video.
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