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Old 09-02-2008, 02:56 AM   #766
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So is there a Radiohead setlist website kind of like our axver's U2 site? I want to look at past tours and also bypass all the creepy "Thom sang these words tonight. That's 3.17% less than average. Now I'll express it as a function of time."
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58hours?
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Old 09-02-2008, 03:06 AM   #768
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I knew I loved you, albeit in a non-sexual, utterly heterosexual way.
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Looks like they've only played in Australia on about four or five occasions, and at Melbourne only once

Fingers crossed they'll come, and, when they do, they'll play Subterranean Homesick Alien
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Looks like they've only played in Australia on about four or five occasions, and at Melbourne only once

Fingers crossed they'll come, and, when they do, they'll play Subterranean Homesick Alien
They'll come. We'll just have to get them on something that doesn't leave much of a carbon footprint.......when will those tubes they have in Futurama be invented?
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When was the last time Bulletproof was played?
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Is Thom one of those? groan

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When was the last time Bulletproof was played?
I'm getting off the comp, but it was one of the earlier shows from this tour.

btw I love the little notes they have at the bottom of each song, giving information about its meaning and inception, etc. They could use a more user-friendly interface/search thingy though.
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Is Thom one of those? groan
I don't think we know what Thom is
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I'm getting off the comp, but it was one of the earlier shows from this tour.
Thanks, apparently it was the first show on the U.S. leg, in W. Palm Beach. Unfortunately they also played 6 songs from Kid A at that show, not exactly my ideal setlist. But I got it anyway.
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I know many have said this before, but I have to say that making a single disc "Introduction To Radiohead" for someone has proven to be essentially impossible. I've been "working" on it since getting back on Friday, and at this point I'm tempted to just buy my friend OK Computer and give them that instead, as I essentially can't narrow it down to even 3 cd worth of material.

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In terms of accessibility, wouldn't a copy of The Bends be better?
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In Rainbows encapsualtes a fair bit about what Radiohead's been about, I'd recommend them that, or the recently released Greatest Hits compilation.
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In terms of accessibility, wouldn't a copy of The Bends be better?

Probably so. I guess when I think of Radiohead, I think OK Computer.
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Definitely OK Computer.

Or at least it worked for me. A friend let me borrow The Bends and I listened to it once and said, eh. And then she said you must be the OK Computer type. One listen and I was hooked. I didn't go back to The Bends with any level of seriousness and dedication until after HTTT. Now of course I love it.

But I'm having the same problem with trying to make a Sigur Ros mix.
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