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ceol gan iomr

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  1. Does he really think that there is no subtext to the this album and it is in fact souly about that tree?
  2. I agree about the tonality of codex. I love the phasing of the piano's chords and horns that come in towards the end. I think it was a good contrast to the first 5 songs because of how rhythmically driven they are. Kinda sets up Ghost and separator
  3. I don't think you do either. no one here wants another bends/ok computer album we want progression.
  4. In all of my reading about the the amount of participation of each band member I have yet to hear Ed's name hahahahahaha. I think he walked into studio and said something like, "well it looks like they got things cover here, I'm going back to bed."
  5. I disagree, there is alot more guitar, bass,and drums on this album than people are giving it credit for. Its just not overly any of them which is good. I think Bloom got a lot of people syked out.
  6. noticed that myself on my 3rd listen. If you think about it there are so many Radiohead-like elements in all of these songs while keeping it the most unique thing i've ever heard. loving the D-Draper pic, can't wait for the new season
  7. "if you think this is over, then your wrong" (to my last post) I wanted to rate each song first to last but every time i tried i couldn't. All i know is that Feral isn't first. But I'm diggin' Codex right now so i put that
  8. Thats why i think they are going to release more songs on May 9th with the physical copy(I remember Ed was saying that he really likes opening a new cd which he found as one of the downfalls of the way that IR was released). It would make sense right i mean the song is called Separator
  9. If Thom was going to influence any album by his solo stuff it would have been In Rainbows. I think it was a collaborative decision to go in this direction and a good one on top of it. I was Just listening to Feral and it kinda reminds me of in limbo, pulk/pull revolving doors, and the glooming in the way that they kind of divide up the albums. Idk its hard to explain. Love the album. favorite track is definitely codex cuz its in the same vein as videotape/four minute warning
  10. Does anyone know if you have to download any special software to receive that WAV format?
  11. I bought the noise canceling Bose headphones and the first thing I did was go lie in bed and listen to everything in it's right place. One of the most significant moments in my music listening career.
  12. Will the dvd burner remove the .rar thing because thats what is holding me back
  13. Do you know of any video burning programs that are free
  14. haha ok thanks ill try that. Although most of my friends dont like radiohead so maybe ill skip that last step.
  15. Can some one help me through the whole Radiohead live at Praha DVD download thing. I've tried it three times now and unsuccessful in each attempt. Thanks for any help.
  16. I'm sorry but you just come off as a person who likes to pride him/herself a "serious fan" and as a result wont admit that songs like Karma Police are good. I mean if you listen to Karma Police there is great depth there.
  17. yea man you should probably just stop complaining. Your never gonna hear radiohead come out with another Just or My Iron Lung or even Karma Police. They have changed plain and simple
  18. don't we have to remember that radiohead was extremely influenced by jazz music during the making of both Kid A and Amnesiac and therefore their music would contain some repetitive feel? I mean jazz uses repetition to build some sense of tenstion which radiohead used so that their music would have a climax at the end of their songs. An example would be National Anthem where the bass line is very repetitive and builds up untill the horns take over at the end of the song and leaves it climatic.
  19. I voted for the 90's era because I feel more attached to radiohead from that era even though i only started to listen to them in 2005. If this was in any way related to thom's hair style it would dead even between his hair sytle from the early PH days and now, I mean has anyone see his hair in the give up the ghost video? Mid-life crisis.
  20. I'm sorry but I disagree i thought inception was great. As for the
  21. Don't listen to this fool, inception was crazy. And as for "a Nolan film", Ive seen all of his and inception carries the feel of momento but the immensity of the dark knight, my guess is that skylark is trying to go against the grain by being dissapointed because this movie is going to be big. As for the fucking movie Facebook .... Using creep makes no sense. Creep, at it's basis, is a song about being isolated by others, mainly society, and this movie is about one of the largest social networking system ever created. The only reason I could see the makers of this movies using creep is iro
  22. One of my favorite moments as well. However my absolute favorite moment is the second half of you and whose army . They both share that similar vibe.
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