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  1. Hey Radiohead fans. Long time fan, first time poster. Just wanted to spread word that I'm reluctantly selling my Radiohead Anorak on eBay and would love for it to go to a hardcore fan. Description and link below: A UK promo only issued Anorak from 1999/ 2000/2001 in amazing condition. Aside from a slight blemish on the word “Go” at the front, it’s in perfect condition and looks as new. This has lived in a dark climate controlled wardrobe for at least 12 years... i was always too afraid to wear it anywhere. L/XL size This is a reluctant sale due to financial hardship unfortunately. Happy to listen to offers but any unreasonable offers will be refused. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/173485679991?ul_noapp=true
  2. Did you know Radiohead, when they were still called, 'On A Friday'? I didn't think so... poser.
  3. Thom Yorke and Gonjasufi Thom Yorke having fun with Flying Lotus, Gaslamp Killer and Thundercat Thom Yorke and Robert Del Naja Thom Yorke and Four Tet Thom Yorke with Jamie xx and Caribou
  4. The first ten seconds there is a noticeable voice speaking in the left channel. I wonder what they're saying. Anybody have any ideas? Edit: It seems to keep happening for longer than i expected.
  5. Hello! I'm slowly getting my girlfriend to like Radiohead. I'm currently making a CD for her. I want it to be like 10 - 18 songs. I want them to flow well. I want the songs to be representative - at least one from every direction Radiohead took in their career. I also want some classics to be there. There doesn't need to be a song from every album. Could you post some of your favourite setlist that you've made here? Thanks very much!
  6. Hi all, Why do people think OK Computer has remained so fresh and in my opinion relevant so long after it's release? Here's a piece (with some lovely old band pics) that gives their opinion: http://themalestrom.com/radiohead-ok-computer-20-years-on/
  7. Hello there! I'm a musician from Argentina, trying to grow a little bit day by day. I make cover songs on Youtube (I have mostly RH covers), and I make originals as well, so if you like my stuff please share and suscribe if you want! It would help a lot and I would really appreciate it Cheers! // LINK TO THE COVER ON YOUTUBE // //////////////////////////////////////////// FOLLOW ME ON ////////////////////////////////////////////▾FACEBOOK ► https://facebook.com/mai.official.music ▾BANDCAMP -my álbum- (States Of Elasticity) ► https://markiacovone.bandcamp.com ▾BLOG ► (letras, traducciones/lyrics, translations) https://markiacovone.blogspot.com ▾SOUNDCLOUD ► https://soundcloud.com/marcos-abel-ia... ▾INSTAGRAM ► https://www.instagram.com/markiacovone/
  8. Hello there! I'm a musician from Argentina, trying to grow a little bit day by day. I make cover songs on Youtube (I have mostly RH covers), and I make originals as well, so if you like my stuff please share and suscribe if you want! It would help a lot and I would really appreciate it Cheers! // LINK TO THE COVER ON YOUTUBE // //////////////////////////////////////////// FOLLOW ME ON ////////////////////////////////////////////▾FACEBOOK ► https://facebook.com/mai.official.music ▾BANDCAMP -my álbum- (States Of Elasticity) ► https://markiacovone.bandcamp.com ▾BLOG ► (letras, traducciones/lyrics, translations) https://markiacovone.blogspot.com ▾SOUNDCLOUD ► https://soundcloud.com/marcos-abel-ia... ▾INSTAGRAM ► https://www.instagram.com/markiacovone/
  9. This is a 4 song EP that my friend and I made almost a year ago. Just thought some of you might dig it!! We're influenced mostly by Radiohead and The Strokes. https://spiritgothrecords.bandcamp.com/album/another-year-ep https://soundcloud.com/altadena-hotel
  10. Check out this cover of Weird Fishes by this chick. RAD.
  11. Are there any lyrics to any radiohead songs that you find amazing/fascinating? Mine has to be "I am all the days that you choose to ignore" from 'All I Need'
  12. Dear Radiohead, I am a Radiohead fan that goes way, way back. I first saw the band when they opened for Belly in 1993. Since then, I have seen just about every show they played in the Los Angeles area. I have watched as they progressed from clubs and small halls to arena-sized crowds and headlining Coachella. I still remember the exact moment when I knew Radiohead had jumped into the realm of the concert greats...the bands that could sell out any show, any time, at the drop of a hat (Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Bruce Springsteen, U2). It was when the April 1, 1998 Universal Amphitheatre concert went on sale and tickets were gone in minutes. From that point on, Radiohead was a band everyone knew they had to see in concert. And if the fans knew it, the band and their management surely must have known it, as well. In 2000, they sold out two nights at the Greek Theatre in LA lickety-split. By 2001, they were headlining the Hollywood Bowl (capacity 18,000). On both the 2003 Hail to the Thief tour and the 2008 In Rainbows tour, they sold out multiple nights at the Hollywood Bowl. Not to mention the Coachella Festival appearances that created mania. They could easily sell out a week at the L.A. Forum, just as Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones did in the 1970s. That is why I find it slightly disingenuous for Thom Yorke to express surprise and shock about tickets selling so quick for the Los Angeles shows. Los Angeles, a city of 10-plus million people, got two dates at the puny Shrine Auditorium while New York at least got two nights at Madison Square Garden. That is only 12,000 tickets for L.A. compared to 40,000 for New York. When you add in the amount of tickets that are pulled for industry weasels and celebrities at L.A. shows, that number of 12,000 drops even more. I bet there were scarcely 10,000 tickets that actually went on sale for the L.A. shows. I don't know about you, but I find that a bit cruel to Radiohead's Los Angeles fans...of which, there are considerably more than 12,000. I understand why the band doesn't want to play Staples Center (it sucks as a concert venue) and the Hollywood Bowl wasn't available this summer due to its summer season. But the Forum has been renovated and restored and is even owned by the Madison Square Garden people now. If the Forum is good enough for Bruce and U2, it should be good enough for Radiohead. Two dates at minimum, preferably three, should have been scheduled at the Forum for this tour. Thanks to the extreme shortage of tickets for the Shrine shows, the cheapest tickets on the secondary markets start at $1,200-$1,300. Congratulations Radiohead! You have pretty much guaranteed that the Los Angeles shows will be filled with rich, yuppie assholes who will chitter and chat and look at their phones all throughout your concert...until you play the one song that they recognize: "Creep". How ironic. I am still going to try to get a ticket somehow. I still love the band and hate missing out on any concert they play. But I wish they would have shown more consideration for the Los Angeles Radiohead fan on this tour. I can't believe Thom and the band's management are that out of touch with their popularity that they really thought two measly shows at the Shrine Auditorium would suffice for a market the size of L.A.
  13. Since there's plenty of musicians with their own thread, why not a visual artist? Most the stuff I will post here its most likely Radiohead related (not sorry), and schoolwork.
  14. Hi all, I live in Shanghai, China and I am grateful (and lucky) enough to be able to go see Radiohead in August when they hit Japan. The Summer Sonic Festival takes place over two days in Tokyo and Osaka with most artists playing both and just swapping days. Please, does ANYONE have ANY information on what day they are playing Osaka????? This is really important for travel plans as I don't want to waste money on seeing Fergie, Weezer and a bunch of EDM DJs and mediocre bands. Any info gratefully appreciated! Ross
  15. Please share your thoughts! Anyone going? I'm still really confused about the set-up of this festival because apparently it's done in 3 cities (Tokyo/Osaka/Chiba) simultaneously, from 20 - 21 August. I still haven't found out yet WHERE are Radiohead going to be playing and on WHAT date. Tickets are quite expensive, so I don't want to spend my hard-earned (and converted to yen) money to be in the wrong venue/day. Ideas?
  16. Does anyone see the similarities linking Radiohead to Pearl Jam to Tool? A serious topic please and list your top 5 songs of each: Nice Dream Reckoner Tourist The Bends Planet Telex Even Flow Sleight Of Hand Rats Leash Rearviewmirror Swamp Song Aenima Vicarious Jambi Wings For Marie Part 1
  17. Hi, everyone! This is my first post and I'm honored to be here. I've just published an extended review of A Moon Shaped Pool and wanted to share it with you all. You may read it here. In the interest of seeing other people's thoughts on the album, I've set up this thread as a review aggregator of sorts. Please post or link to your own reviews of the album, or the reviews of others that you enjoy. I think it would be nice to have them all in one place.
  18. So I just got finished watching the movie Incendies by Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, Sicario) and one of the scenes uses a Radiohead song in a powerful way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfFSBHJ2AzU&ab_channel=Jes%C3%BAsEspa%C3%B1a Radiohead songs seem very «cinematic» to me. Do you guys know of other uses of Radiohead songs in movies that you like? fog and skttrbrain in A scanner Darkly are also ones I like.
  19. Hey guys! I'm new on here, I'm normally kicking around the Reddit forum, but thought I'd share my cover of Spectre with you guys to see what you think! I'm not the greatest singer in the world, and Thom's falsetto was really hard to maintain, but I figured out the chords so thought I may as well give it a try. I've just this second uploaded a piano tutorial as well if any of you want to learn how to play it. Here it is: Would really appreciate your feedback!
  20. Hey guys! I'm new on here, I'm normally kicking around the Reddit forum, but thought I'd share my cover of Spectre with you guys to see what you think! I'm not the greatest singer in the world, and Thom's falsetto was really hard to maintain, but I figured out the chords so thought I may as well give it a try. I've just this second uploaded a piano tutorial as well if any of you want to learn how to play it. Here's a link to my cover: Would really appreciate your feedback!
  21. Hi! I'm new to this forum and this is my first thread ever here I just was wandering if anyone could help me find the live recording of Radiohead's concert in Dublin (1997) online.I've searched for it and found it in some torrents, but unfortunately, there was no seeders, so I couldn't download it. I registered to dimeadozen.org, but i was given the status of a guest, which means I can only browse and can't download... P.S If you're already a member in dimeadozen,plz show me how I can upgrade from the status of a guest!
  22. http://www.uofmusic.com/blog/6038/radiohead-sail-to-the-moon-is-the-dream-over John Lennon wrote “Imagine” in 1971 with a plan to engage listeners by urging them to conceptualize the possibility of his utopian vision for the world. When Thom Yorke wrote “Sail To The Moon” for Radiohead’s 2003 release Hail To The Thief his vision may not have shared the external overture of Lennon’s plea but its message lacked no intensity and poetic appeal. Yorke instead chose to offer his dream for the ideal in the form of an intimate prayer for his son, Noah... read the entire article by clicking the link above
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