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Old 12-12-2008, 03:50 AM   #196
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Weird Fishes is my all-time favourite Radiohead song
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Old 12-12-2008, 09:07 AM   #197
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did you like the B-Sides?
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Old 12-30-2008, 02:03 PM   #198
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For those interested Giglinkdump has FINALLY updated with live shows including the Santa Barbara NPR show and their last show in Tokyo which is awesome quality (and the video can be downloaded as well )
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If "Sex on Fire" beats "House of Cards," I might light myself on fire.
Please God, let this happen.
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The Tokyo show is cool, although Yorke's vocals are pretty beaten up at the end of the tour.
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Old 01-03-2009, 03:51 AM   #201
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did you like the B-Sides?
Yeah, there was nothing special among them really, none that I'd take over any of the In Rainbows tracks I don't think. Last Flowers was probably best. What's the general consensus?

Just listening to Gnarls Barkley's cover of Reckoner again... it's really fucking good. Like, good to point of I think I almost prefer it to the original -- and that's only because of the vocals because the music sounds exactly the same. It's hard to listen to Thom's vocal after this one. Unfortunately, they don't play the best part of the entire song, which is the outro.

Man I didn't hear many 08 albums but fuck In Rainbows was good.
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Old 01-03-2009, 08:39 AM   #202
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This may be old news for some, but I stumbled across this website several weeks ago. It contains some phenomenal and rare Radiohead material (check out the other stuff too). Click on the link below and check it out.

The Thom Yorke solo-acoustic shows done for the Bridge School Benefit are great (and the acoustic Paranoid Android is just shockingly good -- check that one out on YouTube as well). Also, the Yorke/Greenwood set at Electric Ladyland is a must listen. Enough said. If you haven't seen this site yet, I think it will occupy your time for a little while.

Here it is...

The Rawking Refuses To Stop! :: When I Said I Wanted To Be Your Blog

By the way, here is the YouTube link for the solo-acoustic Paranoid Android at the Bridge School Benefit. Hard to believe it's one guy making this awesome noise...

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I have the audio for both Bridge School Benefit shows - just fantastic. I've never seen the video before, though.
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I actually have played a very similar acoustic style of Paranoid Android to that. I'm uploading the video to YouTube sometime soon.
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Just listening to Gnarls Barkley's cover of Reckoner again... it's really fucking good. Like, good to point of I think I almost prefer it to the original -- and that's only because of the vocals because the music sounds exactly the same. It's hard to listen to Thom's vocal after this one.
Completely agree.
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It's a great cover. But I love Thom's vocals.
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I was never a big "House of Cards" guy. But a year+ later.....



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I was never a big "House of Cards" guy. But a year+ later.....



And my favorite Digital Short is in your sig. Shee-it. What's next? A DVD of Cool Runnings?
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Old 01-04-2009, 12:37 AM   #209
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Well, I gotta say that I'm not a BIG Radiohead fan...but before In Rainbows I couldn't care less for them. I don't know, for some obscure reason I used to hate Radiohead.
But after a few weeks In Rainbows came out, I (not remembering why I hate Radiohead ) decided to download In Rainbows and listen it. I ended up really liking it (my favorite Radiohead album) and now that I've listened their albuns I think they are a very decent band.
Not great, but very good. Something nice to hear depending on my mood, and In Rainbows showed me that. A very good album indeed.
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now that I've listened their albuns I think they are a very decent band.

Wait'll you ge see 'em in person.

That'll fuck you up.
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