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# & Location last won the day on October 29 2019

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  • Birthday 03/07/1980

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    Make you happy
  • Favorite Radiohead Song
    Ondes Martenot
  • Favorite Radiohead Album
    Kid A Amnesiac
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    Aphex Twin, Beethoven, Animal Collective, sufjan, Sigur Ros, Hun Huur Tu, Pink Floyd, Fucking Radiohead is number 1, Thom Yorke, Classical on WNED, Hildeberg, Glenn Gould

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  1. Yeah, I'd listen to HTTT part 2. But New Age. Thom isn't allowed to sing, no staccato notes, all environmental/atmospheric, and they probably won't be allowed to play in B minor.
  2. Eraser stands up. Thom had things to say, needed to stretch. Anima is growing on me, but I treat it as a really good environmental album. Those synths remind me of Boards of Canada and my childhood so I'm a sucker. As for AMSP being 128th... we've probably spent more time giving half a shit here than Radiohead have collectively.
  3. It reminds me of old Boards of Canada, but I am really loving it.It's growing on me. I saw him in Toronto and that really helped solidify Dawn Chorus for me. Twenty feet in front of the sound table is where the sweet mix is.
  4. Think most of the kids where there from what I could tell. There were quite a few back stage. Really sad I didnt get night two but still, night one was amazing. I want to go back (((((((((((((( Yeah today was kind of the emotional high crash from seeing them, but I accomplished my goals. See them both nights, check. Get GA tickets for one night (friday), check. Use the empty space at the back of the GA pit to dance and freak out, while being respectful of other peoples spaces, check. Sorry you didn't get the two nights. I had tickets from WASTE for friday and got 1 off ticket master o
  5. I was at both shows in Toronto. They were un-fucking-believable. 47 different songs over 2 nights. I'm still buzzing. Going on what I think I recall Filmfanb saying a page ago, I guess it was Jonny's kids I saw in the sound booth on Friday night. So cool.
  6. Toronto night 1 - single seat via Ticketmaster Toronto night 2 - 4 floors via WASTE
  7. It looks like his pony tail would bobble too.
  8. I had my tickets, I was ready to go, and then the sad news came in. I'm throwing this poll up out of curiosity and what MT thought about the chances of Radiohead doing a make up date for the cancelled Toronto show. There would be a slew of logistics and financial feasibility for them to work through to make it happen but that doesn't mean I am not curious to hear what you all think.
  9. Got my PBS TV guide yesterday. Radiohead's Austin City Limits air date is 11:30 pm on Friday October 12th. That's for Ontario and Buffalo anyways. Hopefully I'll catch that cus I know I didn't see them this year. Arcade Fire is on the Friday before for those interested.
  10. For those in fear of Jonny's Martenot being destroyed, fear not. He uses a controller not the real Martenot that he owns. Here look http://www.analoguesystems.co.uk/index2.htm Down at the bottom of this page you will see a little blurb about how Jonny commissioned Analogue Systems to create it for him over ten years ago.
  11. I said it would be a monumental waste of money for them to have separate gear for every single country, which they don't, because no one would do that. It would be beyond stupid. Sorry for missing your previous post, I started skimming when a lot of the conversation was repeating the Toronto show thread. I'm just recalling an article I read that they had duplicated their tour gear to leave in storage in North America. Would it cost a lot of money? Yes. Separate gear for each country? Doubt it. But I believe that their carbon footprint was heavy on their minds at the time and although it wo
  12. To say that they have separate gear for each country based on it's plugs (as someone did in the other thread) is silly. Yes it is silly. But there are numerous reports that they copied their gear for North American shows. You say it would be expensive "monumental waste of money" however the logistics of having one set of gear and shipping it around the world be it by plane or ocean not only would work its way up to an astounding amount of money in itself but would be just as silly if a group of peoples soul income was playing music and had no sort of back up in place should their equipment
  13. WASTE just refunded my money. Don't know if it was a result of my message yesterday or automatic. Well....I didn't know Mr. Thompson and I don't know Radiohead or their crew but I've been feeling sad for them the last couple of days. I hope they come out of this in the best shape they could.
  14. They will play again, and almost definitely play the the European tour. Contracts have been signed and default clauses included which is the sad side of the business. Radiohead had there North American gear crushed but as it has been before, back in 2006 they basically copied their gear and leave it in storage locker to minimize carbon foot prints to ship it back and forth. The European gear is fine, they will have back ups... think about the electrical socket difference between N.A. and Europe The stage collapse will result in a long investigation and time will tell. Several diffe
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