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Old 10-11-2018, 02:05 PM   #1
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Radiohead continued - Subterranean Homesick Aliens club

Noticed the other thread was closed and archived, but our man Thom has a soundtrack coming out soon and everything from it so far has been incredible. Suspirium might be my song of the year at present.


Also, if I had written the song Lucky I would sing it every damn chance I got.
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It's gonna be a glooooooooorious thread
I feel my posts could change...
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The bassline in "Bloom" though.

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Noticed the other thread was closed and archived, but our man Thom has a soundtrack coming out soon and everything from it so far has been incredible. Suspirium might be my song of the year at present.
I hope we've heard all the songs with lyrics at this point. Volk seems like a much better fit for a Suspiria remake than the other two, hopefully they're end credits tracks or something.
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Yorke's soundtrack for Suspiria is pretty good, but has anybody listened to Greenwood's You Were Never Really Here score? It's magnificent.

Tree Synthesisers/Tree Strings is in particular stunning, and it's even better once you see it in the movie. The score covers a lot of Greenwood's aesthetics - from atmospheric synths to weird dissonant orchestra to some funky electronica. Highly recommended.
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Agreed. Greenwood has two terrific scores out this year, including Phantom Thread.
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So there I was perusing Facebook and saw that Radiohead posted their song Ill Wind. I had not heard this song before, and so I listened to it. This is easily my favorite song they’ve done since In Ranbows, and possibly since Amnesiac. I was kind of sad to learn through the comments section (ugh, comments sections suck) that this was a b-side from A Moon Shaped Pool. That’s a shame. It’s gorgeous.
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i don't really follow this thread so i don't know if this dude's other radiohead video was posted but if you're into music theory this is a pretty cool video. the guy is great at explaining it all and his dreamy eyes don't make it difficult to watch either.

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So there I was perusing Facebook and saw that Radiohead posted their song Ill Wind. I had not heard this song before, and so I listened to it. This is easily my favorite song they’ve done since In Ranbows, and possibly since Amnesiac. I was kind of sad to learn through the comments section (ugh, comments sections suck) that this was a b-side from A Moon Shaped Pool. That’s a shame. It’s gorgeous.
I like it too.
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So there I was perusing Facebook and saw that Radiohead posted their song Ill Wind. I had not heard this song before, and so I listened to it. This is easily my favorite song they’ve done since In Ranbows, and possibly since Amnesiac. I was kind of sad to learn through the comments section (ugh, comments sections suck) that this was a b-side from A Moon Shaped Pool. That’s a shame. It’s gorgeous.
Maybe Phillip Selway pulled a Harry Muffin Jr and got it booted off the album at the last minute.

And yes, it's better than half the tracks on AMSP.
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Spectre is better than Ill Wind. And Ill Wind is nowhere near as good as the two of you are suggesting.
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Spectre is better than Ill Wind. And Ill Wind is nowhere near as good as the two of you are suggesting.
I think I agree with Cobbler. Ill Wind is good, but Spectre is great, and I'd say almost all of AMSP is better than Ill Wind.
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Tinker Tailor would be the only song from AMSP that I would say is not as good as Ill Wind, but I certainly wouldn't swap it out.
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I like it more than Burn The Witch, True Love Waits, Tinker Tailor, and Desert Island Disk, for starters.

Still have yet to hear Spectre.
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Still have yet to hear Spectre.
Dude. Get on that. Spectre is great.
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