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  1. 2 points
    Naomi Whats

    Um....Ed has released new music.

    This album is very dull
  2. 1 point
    walter ego

    Radiohead Public Library

    Have you been yet? It's a bit hard to find stuff but it's nice to browse. I'm quite happy they did this.
  3. 1 point
    I noticed a couple of comments in an older thread have heart symbols next to them and it says which user liked them, but this option doesn't seem to be available now.
  4. 1 point
    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.
  5. 1 point
    dagobah

    TKOL FROM THE BASEMENT

    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.
  6. 1 point
    dagobah

    TKOL FROM THE BASEMENT

    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.
  7. 1 point
    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
  8. 1 point
    Thanks. Do you know any way I can get into contact with them? edit: never mind, I managed to email Austin.
  9. 1 point
    This would be good in the RH library thread, super j. Thanks for sharing!
  10. 1 point
    Happy Philistine

    Radiohead Public Library

    I was at that gig, middle night of three in punchestown a few days after kid a was released. What a night. Kildare not Dublin though, Radiohead need to be more accurate with their archiving.
  11. 1 point
    sleepy jack

    Radiohead Public Library

    AND MAYBE A TOUR!!!!!
  12. 1 point
    TheTruth

    Radiohead Public Library

    a lot of that stuff was amazing. it was just a really cool, unique intimate look at the band when they did those webcasts. i remember being on here and streaming the webcasts and talking about them. such good times.
  13. 1 point
    Brokenupbanjo

    Song Title

    Yeah that doesn’t help...
  14. 1 point
    Brokenupbanjo

    Song Title

    So I realize it’s been 15 years, but did you ever find out who that was? Because I’ve had that song stuck in my head for a good 20 now. Or whenever Napster was in its heyday. I downloaded it because someone named it as Radiohead’s “I Might Be Wrong” which it definitely wasn’t. But dammit, that song was great and I just want to hear it again.
  15. 1 point
    Ed's new song is nice
  16. 1 point
    How did you put the heart next to my comment there? That's what I'm referring to.
  17. 1 point
    I'm not sure which is worse, the fact Radiohead ripped one of their most critically acclaimed songs (Daydreaming) off a lesser known song from an unjustly hated Blonde Redhead era (Defeatist Anthem) or the fact that several of Coldplay's best songs in their early career (High Speed, Brothers and Sisters) were stolen from Gustavo Cerati (Puente) and Soda Stereo (Millon Años Luz). At least Coldplay admitted their theft by doing Soda Stereo covers in Buenos Aires. Radiohead owes it to Kazu, Amadeo, Simone to do Blonde Redhead covers next time they're in New York. The funny thing is Kazu's Salty lives up to its title just a bit, by being even more like Daydreaming than Daydreamimg was like Defeatist Anthem, as if she's just daring their hypocritical asses to try to pull a Lana Del Rey on her. It's also a lot better than Daydreaming tho,
  18. 1 point
    i am excited to hear the 2 or 3 good songs on LPX and maybe some cool interludes or B-sides but i'm also excited to hear the 5 or 6 shitty boring whining and crying put me to sleep lost their edge forgot how to rock songs too.
  19. 1 point
    dagobah

    Official Anima Thread

    OK . . . so the above video appears to have the 2 tracks on the B side of the 12-Inch vinyl Record titled Anima (Preview Limited Edition). According to the Notes section of the discogs.com page for Anima (Preview Limited Edition): Given to attendees at the Los Angeles IMAX premiere of the ANIMA short film by Thom Yorke and Paul Thomas Anderson on June 21, 2019. Also given on select European and North American IMAX screenings on June 26, 2019. The Alternate Mix of Dawn Chorus is the synth only mix from the movie That last sentence does not make sense to me. It says "the synth only mix from the movie". I just watched the Anima short film that's posted in this thread. To me, the version of Dawn Chorus in the Anima short film sounds like the version from the Anima album. Thom has vocals during Dawn Chorus in both the short film and the album. Neither is "synth only". If the Alternate Mix of Dawn Chorus is synth only . . . . then maybe it's only on the A side of the 12-Inch Vinyl Record titled Anima (Preview Limited Edition). Does anyone else have a different interpretation?
  20. 1 point
    Sorry, my passion for welcoming anyone Mortigi Tempo related has waned so severely in recent years that I'll just leave it at that.
  21. 1 point
    get a load of this guy... 6 posts in and his passion has already "waned" !
  22. 1 point
    i'm confused, why would the inferior album be a better choice?
  23. 1 point
    you could print off this email and make an origami mug out of it tbh
  24. 1 point
    The Dog

    peotry thread

    woof
  25. 1 point
    Kid Ay

    And now...Deep's Thoughts by Jack Handy

    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
  26. 0 points
    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
  27. 0 points
    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).
  28. 0 points
    walter ego

    Um....Ed has released new music.

    From now on, it will be: Lentil
  29. 0 points
    sleepy jack

    Um....Ed has released new music.

    yeah it's a mostly flaccid with a couple of chubbies
  30. 0 points
    walter ego

    How do you like/favorite posts?

    We just made burgers and yam fries, and I can't wait to dip everything in the tartar sauce.
  31. 0 points
    ihggy-GP

    Come To Your Senses

    Did any of you idiots ever even read up on in ear monitors
  32. -1 points
    suzandelores

    radiohead ringtones

    Want to find the Radiohead suonerie gratis? I think suonerietelefono.net is exactly what you are looking for
  33. -1 points
    walter ego

    Um....Ed has released new music.

    How dare you downvote me, lentil. Gonna make fucking dahl outta you.
  34. -1 points
    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.
  35. -1 points
    TheTruth

    TKOL FROM THE BASEMENT

    can you download honeypot mp3?
  36. -1 points
    TheTruth

    TKOL FROM THE BASEMENT

    for sure. if you think its a clear quality, ill definitely take it. thank you man!!
  37. -1 points
    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?
  38. -1 points
    Thom: #TheShowMustBePaused Jonny and fam: Hold my beer, today’s biggest injustice is the “censorship” of 50 year old TV episodes with racist jokes.
  39. -1 points
    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 it sound like his wife was either part Jewish, part Arab, or even entirely Palestinian yet residing within the borders of Israel, and therefore suggesting that Jonny’s wife had personal experience in being part of the oppressed group that Radiohead were declining to take a stand with. It was the “black friend” defense, and actually less credible than that (“*my bandmate* has a black friend whose feelings you are hurting by calling me a racist”) but at least we kinda felt like there was some personal stake that Jonny’s wife had, versus say Roger Waters ranting from his pedestal of fame. This made us assume that Jonny and his family were one of the many in Israel who (as Thom himself claimed to) stake a middle ground in opposing both the occupation/Netanyahu’s policies AND the international boycott of Israel. In fact most Israeli fans of Radiohead seemed to have that same position. As it turns out though, Jonny and his wife don’t seem to be against Netanyahu or the occupation at all, they reserve all their hatred for the left (including presumably all the left wing Jews who read Haaretz) while oddly trusting the far right white nationalists of Europe (who created the Holocaust). The “Arab Jew” identity Thom called Jonny’s wife is not an Arab in any way, let alone a Palestinian, but rather Jewish, just with origins in Arab-dominant countries rather than Europe. It would be like if you say “hey don’t call me a racist, I’m friends with Grimes and by insulting me, you’re hurting her African American boyfriend’s feelings” and then you learn her “African American” bf is a very conservative white South African. Jonny’s wife may not consider herself white or pass as white, that’s a different issue, and “Arab Jews” are less privileged in Israeli society than lighter skinned Ashkenazi and Sephardic... But what they aren’t is Palestinians or Arabs. If anything Jonny’s wife seems to have anti-Arab racist views, much like many “pied noirs” from French Algeria had more anti-Arab views than French people whose families never lived in Algeria. Jonny’s wife’s ancestors may have lived in areas which were majority-Arab and share food or culture in many ways, but they were not Arab themselves, they are not oppressed by the anti-Palestinian laws and operations of Israel, and she has no particular cred in speaking for, or speaking over, Palestinians or even non-Palestinian advocates for Palestinian rights movements such as BDS.
  40. -1 points
    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 songs we all agree doesn’t work super well live), it’s impossible to see its “righteous anger” as anything more than a fascist troll. A Moon Shaped Pool is such a hollow, disingenuous white elephant project. The fact that Thom was uncomfortable in existing publicly without taking a left wing stand speaks to both his ego and his sense of responsibility. If Radiohead had come out as a right wing artist the way Kanye, Morrissey or Novoselic did, yes, Thom’s immediate stature and finances might suffer, but also, the world would not be better, so I’m grateful this didn’t happen. But Radiohead fans can no longer cite Radiohead themselves being left wing if these arguments come up. Radiohead might still be marketed by Thom as a left leaning band, but they are not one. OK Computer was not some brave cry against the machine, it was just some prep school dudes having fun by imitating ‘70s dad rock and calling women piggies. Jonny is no rebel nonconformist, he’s just saying the stuff he was raised to think as a supremely privileged man in England, the most racist/conservative country in world history and the root of almost everything wrong with both the US and Israel. Anglophilia is a disease and Radiohead fans need to acknowledge we fell for that shit.
  41. -1 points
    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, misogynist, homophobic or racist their actual actions, even at the same time female artists are canceled constantly for overstepping the tiniest boundaries. Like Mitski’s dad, who she is apparently NOT even close to and dissed in her own debut single, supposedly works for the US government in some unknown capacity, and based on this there was a bizarre pizzagate and qanon-like conspiracy that Mitski’s dad engineered numerous genocidal regime changes in the Congo as a CIA agent, which Mitski is somehow to blame for. This conspiracy is still taken seriously by many. Expect to see a bunch of people giving lower ratings to Mitski albums on RYM and Radiohead’s mediocrities rise even higher. And imagine you’re trying to make it as a black woman in rock-adjacent circles, even if you’re a Grammy nominee with a big name like Brittany Howard. You can’t even make one mistake, and at best, you’ll serve as the token woke selections in some racist corporation’s annual BLM playlist. You don’t get the same opportunity to fail upward, every fucking day, like Radiohead have been doing for decades. Jonny isn’t any more of a compositional genius than Mitski or Brittany Howard either. He just rips off stuff that most of his fans are unaware of, like Ravel string quartets and Indian classical music. His range of creativity is pretty damn limited, although he’s well educated in technique.
  42. -1 points
    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.
  43. -1 points
    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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