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Old 06-16-2007, 01:54 AM   #16
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AUUUUUGGGGHHHHHH MY VIRGIN EYES!!!
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I have no idea what that means, but
Quoted for the muthafuckin' truth.
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Incredible record.

I remember one night about four years ago, we had a blackout, no electricity, and when it got to be midnight, 1AM and the power still wasn't back, I decided to get in bad, and listen to OKC via discman(didn't have an Ipod yet), and I listened to it all the way through, just staring at the ceiling in the darkness, with only a single candle lit, still raining outside, and it was just an experience.

I remember another time, I was on a transatlantic flight, and most of the other people were asleep, it was the middle of the night, and I listened to 'Let Down' and 'Lucky'.

*waits for Brau to come in and make obligatory derogatory statement about Radiohead*
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Old 06-16-2007, 04:52 AM   #19
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*waits for Brau to come in and make obligatory derogatory statement about Radiohead*
I don't think that's going to be an issue.

It's nice to not be called out for not listening to Billie Holiday by someone who doesn't listen to Billie Holiday.
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good album...no wait it turned into an amazing album about 3rd listen. I remember turning my highschool brother and his friends onto this album, they thought I was a god.

It's ashamed they haven't lived up to that standard lately, don't get me wrong I love Kid A but the others are sub par...
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Ok Computer was released on Bloomsday? Cool I'll listen to it today. That won't be a problem for me at all.
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happy ten yr anniversary RH!
Right now those two are my favourite Radiohead songs (though it changes from time to time...)

Great album! I still remember the first time I heard it (it wasn't that long ago). It was one of those albums that I fell in love with the first time I listened to it.
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Exit Music into Let Down = Fucking Awesome.
Words cannot describe it
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It holds a special place for being one of the albums I discovered in high school after discovering the joy and undertstanding that a certain green substance can bring you
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I like money, too.
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Old 06-16-2007, 08:26 PM   #26
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I don't think that's going to be an issue.

It's nice to not be called out for not listening to Billie Holiday by someone who doesn't listen to Billie Holiday.
I bet he's a Spurs fan, too.
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I like money, too.
Yeah I'd guess Thom Yorke's more in it for money than for pot

I've never thought of Radiohead as stoner music
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*waits for Brau to come in and make obligatory derogatory statement about Radiohead*
I'll do it first

Too dense for me. Tried to get through it, though I haven't made it past Let Down, which was pretty good.

A really 'meh' record for me so far.
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Incredible record.

*waits for Brau to come in and make obligatory derogatory statement about Radiohead*
ooohhh, i remember this time well.
they played the tibetan freedom concert, then played a super secret show at Irving Plaza in NYC. gave up my tix (d'oh! - i had to get up for another day of the tibetan freedom show) to my closest friend in the whole wide world.

one mr. brau.

he loved it.
i'm sure he'll catch on and fill y'all in.
i didn't totally miss out. december i caught the live from the 10 spot show at Hammerstein Ballroom...bliss.....
great album. the world of music is MUCH better because of it.
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I like it. I still like Kid A and the Bends more, though. This is coming from someone who prefers to sit on the sidelines in regards to Rajohead discussions, mind.

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