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  1. This album is very dull
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  2. TKOL is pretty close to new age
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  4. I can't believe I just found out Sade isn't an R&B solo artist in the year of our Lord two thousand twenty one
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  5. I don't really get that review (the linked one) because I never found Kid A (or Amnesiac) to be particularly off-putting or weird... maybe it's just because I wasn't into Radiohead until 2006? Idk
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  7. Jonny got off twitter and on instagram https://www.instagram.com/transjonnygreenwood/
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  8. Yeah, I love that recording. It was on my iPod playlist during my backcountry hike in Yellowstone last Saturday. In fact, my entire playlist included Radiohead, Thom Yorke solo and Atoms For Peace. I'm finally getting to enjoy all the recordings I acquired during the past year . . . . . listening to them while on adventurous hikes. I'm very grateful for these incredible songs.
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  9. It's Tuesday morning and I'm just now seeing your post. I just looked at the Citizen Insane webpage for Honey Pot and I see that it does not have the audio clip feature. I acquired my MP3 of Honey Pot from YouTube. It has a total track time of 3:10, it is 4.4 MB and it has a bit rate of 192 kbps. If you want it . . . . . let me know how you want me to send it to you.
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  10. 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.
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  11. 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
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  12. Thanks. Do you know any way I can get into contact with them? edit: never mind, I managed to email Austin.
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  14. Sorry, my passion for welcoming anyone Mortigi Tempo related has waned so severely in recent years that I'll just leave it at that.
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  15. get a load of this guy... 6 posts in and his passion has already "waned" !
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  17. I have a strange fear of clowns and I don't know why. Perhaps it's because when I was 5 my dad took me to a circus and a clown killed him... page 2 ownage
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  18. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/w3csz6sp Colin should replace Jonny on twitter... altho it’s weird he never heard of Greg Phillinganes and calls him Phil
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  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 year
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  20. From now on, it will be: Lentil
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  21. yeah it's a mostly flaccid with a couple of chubbies
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  22. How dare you downvote me, lentil. Gonna make fucking dahl outta you.
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  23. 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
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  24. can you download honeypot mp3?
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  25. for sure. if you think its a clear quality, ill definitely take it. thank you man!!
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  26. Jonny’s wife liked this tweet: I can only imagine what the vibe is like at Radiohead family get togethers. Maybe Thom and Ed are secretly on the same page and they just pretend to be more left wing on social media and interviews to make their music seem youthful and generate more streams?
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  27. Thom: #TheShowMustBePaused Jonny and fam: Hold my beer, today’s biggest injustice is the “censorship” of 50 year old TV episodes with racist jokes.
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  28. It sucks because Thom has become such a mediocre solo artist as well as being a huge hypocrite by even his own admission, whereas Jonny has kept a low political profile till now and is consistently pleasing to listen to (if not the innovator some think he is, because they never heard Messiaen, Penderecki, Takemitsu, Debussy and Ravel) but there’s a line Jonny is crossing and I don’t think it’s fair to continue seeing him as apolitical. Thom’s weirdly worded defenses of playing in Israel a few years ago also gave a lot of people including myself an inaccurate idea of Jonny’s family, making
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  29. And this is fucked up when we consider just how much Radiohead and Jonny in particular has often drawn from Arabic music as an influence in his arrangements, as well as the credit Radiohead reaped for being “politically relevant,” with Hail to the Thief and even the vague ass Burn the Witch. BTW was never some kind of anti-racist song, as the band cleverly presented it in 2016 (using Nina Simone to introduce it, asking POC animators to speak on the video and try to draw parallels with Brexit) but at this point given that it’s basically Jonny’s song in the studio version (and one of the few RH
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  30. The more I think about it the more fucked up it is that Jonny of all people is endorsing this idea that it’s misogynist to even have unisex bathrooms, something the quintessential unreconstructed macho rock star Springsteen endorsed (to the point of even canceling a tour in NC and incurring financial losses) half a decade ago. What’s misogynist is the way Radiohead’s rep as “important prophetic political voices” or even for some ultra sheltered, non-rock-aware people, “the one rock artist who is politically prophetic” seems to remain intact through the ages no matter how fucking right wing, mi
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  31. I don’t understand the idea of going to a remote trail in a place like Yellowstone and wanting to hear the sounds of birds and waterfalls covered up by Thom Yorke’s familiar moaning. I love listening to music (including TKOL) on suburban and urban trails where the main thing I’d hear if I took out the headphones is the conversations of other people on the trail, in those cases music actually makes me feel more deeply appreciative of nature than if my soundtrack was the Joneses comparing the models of their Teslas or debating politics (to be fair I long since stopped taking the headphones out,
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  32. Hmm there was this guy on Atease who also underlined a lot of stuff. Radiohead brings out the underlining tendencies in people. I can just imagine how tasty an obsessive underliner would be to a bear.
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  33. chill man, the guy can believe what he wants to believe. if you don't agree with him, just appreciate the art that he creates. dont look into the politics.
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  34. What the fuck, some mediocre fuck who isn’t Ed is dropping new songs under the EOB name on streaming services. They’re grouped together as the same artist. ”I promise you girl I’m not crying, it’s probably just the wine... let’s do this one more time...” 🤢
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  35. no sleeep

    Kid A 20th Anniversary

    Nick Hornby? https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2000/10/30/beyond-the-pale He’s not super interesting, just the dude who wrote (the original) High Fidelity, but it’s weird how true some of his observations feel. I think one reason people go off edgy music isn’t necessarily that they become more conservative, but maybe they become more committed to left wing beliefs and they start to realize edgelordism, particularly by white dudes, is rarely a challenge to the established order it pretends to oppose, more often ends up feeding into the right, and is therefore neither ideologically ad
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  36. At this point I just want a change from their last few albums sound and have something different. I'd even be okay for a return to The Bends/OK Computer more rock focused sound at this point.
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  37. Ok so I rewatched Totoro for the first time since 2007. It was the last movie I watched before the release of In Rainbows, so it already has a Radiohead association... and this time I noticed a resemblance between one music cue (the end of the track labeled as Not Afraid in the US soundtrack release that’s currently on streaming services) with the piano part of Daydreaming, and also with Defeatist Anthem. I think both artists were copying from Joe Hisaishi. The plot of the mom in the hospital resonates with what was going on in Thom and his kids’ life at the time too, so they may have been int
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