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Old 12-21-2017, 04:49 PM   #991
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The Atoms for Peace album was fucking stellar, too.

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Old 12-21-2017, 05:22 PM   #992
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Ehhh I'm with Joey that The Eraser is the only Thom project outside of Radiohead that I have any affection for. The melodies are actually really good. Elsewhere, he seems to be mostly coasting on aesthetic.
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The Atoms for Peace album was fucking stellar, too.



Ingenue is a tremendous song.
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Old 12-21-2017, 06:40 PM   #994
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The Clock fucking rocked! Harrowdown Hill was another favourite.
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Tickets for the United Center show sold out in 2 minutes.

Can't wait to search for them on Stubhub for 3x the price.
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I'm dreading tomorrow morning. 3 MSG shows, I'm sure they'll be gone in no time.
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There are no West Coast shows, but just the thought of buying Radiohead tickets gives me a rapid heartbeat.
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Old 02-24-2018, 09:21 AM   #998
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Fuck Ticketmaster.
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Well I ended up getting some (bad) seats. Still, such an excruciatingly bad experience.
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Ah, MSG, never fails (not). Anyway, got center 200s for Tuesday and Wednesday, a decent 106 for Friday, and a GA for Saturday! Might unload the Tuesday eventually, we'll see how I feel about four shows...
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I’ve got nothing for MSG sadly. I’ll see if I find anything on StubHub as we get closer to the show.
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I stumbled across this on YouTube and found it absolutely captivating. There's one for Videotape as well that sounds like a monastic chant or something.

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So so so so good, I've heard that before.

Speaking of Videotape, this is also really fascinating:

When I first clicked on it, I figured it would be about that second, off-kilter drum pattern than disintegrates as the track goes on. This goes even deeper.
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Old 06-06-2018, 08:32 PM   #1004
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well rhythmically speaking, lots of bands probably don't play exactly on the grid because they often communicate with more intuitive sense of rhythm rather than "hey this section should be in this signature and this section is this"
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