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pitol

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  • Favorite Radiohead Song
    there there
  • Favorite Radiohead Album
    amnesiac

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  1. not definite but my top 20 would look something like street spirit the tourist climbing up the walls how i made my millions how to disappear completely idioteque you and whose army i might be wrong life in a glass house worrywort 2+2=5 there there gagging order 15 step nude weird fishes/arpeggi house of cards separator staircase ful stop present tense
  2. i'll never see lurkers the same way again, who knows who could be collecting data for their next a pitchfork piece they are among us. my posts will become even more self-conscious after this
  3. the reson perfect tense is my fav and not ful stop is because right when you feel present tense is losing its feverish steam that otherwordly choir kicks in
  4. the melodies/lyrics album just make me wonder what kind of emotional range does thom yorke the person experience in evryday life, how can someone feel this much while having the emotional technology to tap into it
  5. youre not very good until about halfway through
  6. The present tense is just so lush and delightful
  7. i think ful stop is one of my favorites, i had never listened to it before guess it'd been circulating for a while?
  8. i've never acted so giddy while listening to an album loved on first listen but probably will form an actual opinion within a week or two this is their worst titled album its obvious that tinker tailor is the real james bond reject identikit. identikit was a song i didn't like and it became amazing in this album
  9. the album has many good songs no doubt i just meant proper good
  10. the only proper good songs on httt are there there and 2+2=5 and strangely one of the weakest on a weak album, backdrifts, is one of their best when played live
  11. I was listening to worry wort, a song that resonates with me a lot during particular moods ya know, a very temperamental tune if you catch ma drift, and I wondered if there's any movie out there that has caught the mushishi of this song or any other radiohead song. not referring to greenwood's soundtrack-oriented output and such just plain spirit any ideas ? mods lock if necessary
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