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Old 04-15-2012, 12:47 PM   #661
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I meant to say Tell Me Why, not Comes A Time.

I blame Germany.
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Old 04-15-2012, 12:55 PM   #662
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I thought so. Please go see that Richter retrospective for me.
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Thanks for that. I love how Jonny always looks like he is performing surgery when performing.
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Old 04-15-2012, 01:15 PM   #664
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I saw Radiohead for the first time ever last night. It was mind blowingly incredible. They have put every other band there to shame. Paranoid Android was insanely good. The visuals were also great, especially in a festival setting where most of the audience can't see the stage.
Glad you enjoyed it. The show looked awesome on the stream as well.
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Old 04-15-2012, 01:22 PM   #665
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I saw Radiohead for the first time ever last night. It was mind blowingly incredible. They have put every other band there to shame. Paranoid Android was insanely good. The visuals were also great, especially in a festival setting where most of the audience can't see the stage.
I am kind of amazed by the visuals. When I saw them in Phoenix I was close to the stage but kind of on the side and I did not get the full effect of the visuals. I could see the band but not so much "the show," so I was really happy to see it last night in the stream.
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I listened to all the King of Limbs era tracks this morning because of the stream.

 
I like King of Limbs considerably more than I used to.
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i couldn't really tell, are they the same lights they used on the last tour, or slightly different?

The lights themselves that is, not the light show displayed on them.
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According to the Mexican interview with Ed, they are the same lights. The wall of lights in the back are made from recycled plastic. I believe that's what I read.
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I like King of Limbs considerably more than I used to.
Does this include Bloom?

I can't wait to watch the stream again. I had some buffering issues and at one point it was so bad that I just reloaded the page which then took me from the opening notes of Daily Mail to the middle of Myxomatosis which was rather shocking. That's how far behind I was due to buffering and then I missed a whole song.

Maybe I should pay $10 more for faster download speed.

Are they webcasting again next weekend, anybody know?
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I thought so. Please go see that Richter retrospective for me.
I didn't know Andy Richter was so popular abroad
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You and mofo are funny bunnies.
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Does this include Bloom?
I like it, but just not as much as others seem to.

I gifted In Rainbows to someone this morning.
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That set list was pretty rote, save for the NY cover.

But only 2 Kid A tracks is pretty awesome. And no Feral.

Of course, the band members should all be kicked in the 'nads for rarely playing Separator. Or Codex. Instead we're getting the album's b-sides on a regular basis? That's just idiotic. Or should I say "Idioteque"? HAW HAW HAW.
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Did you watch the stream yet? It's hard to have a beef with the setlist with such extraordinary performances of every song they played.
 
You might even like The Gloaming.
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Seperator and Codex are my two favourite songs on TKOL but they don't work live. I'd easily take live Magpie over either of those tracks.
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