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Old 06-11-2005, 01:11 PM   #76
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This statement confuses me, my friend.

Basstrap suggests starsailor and Doves as "clones" - is this the "formulaic shitrock message boarders at interference praise to no end" that you speak of?

while i don't like the two bands you mentioned, i would never ever call them "shitrock".

i was speaking more about matchbox twenty/rob thomas/keane garbage that others are going on about.
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You need to read my post again. My comment was on the class of the Coldplay dig, never attributing it to Radiohead.

But thanks for the condescending tone.
i know you dish it out at least as good and as often as i do, so i figured you could take it.

and while i think youre bullshiting half the time to get a reaction, there is no denying your intelligence and respectability when it comes to music.

really, when i give you a hard time, i might sound like i hate your guts, but in truth, you're one of my favourite posters at this board.
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OK

Can we add a few to that list?
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Old 06-11-2005, 01:23 PM   #79
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OK

Can we add a few to that list?
who did you have in mind?
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hmm.

BNL is on the list, right?
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i know you dish it out at least as good and as often as i do, so i figured you could take it.

and while i think youre bullshiting half the time to get a reaction, there is no denying your intelligence and respectability when it comes to music.

really, when i give you a hard time, i might sound like i hate your guts, but in truth, you're one of my favourite posters at this board.
Right back at ya.
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Old 06-12-2005, 03:35 AM   #82
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You need to read my post again. My comment was on the class of the Coldplay dig, never attributing it to Radiohead.

But thanks for the condescending tone.
It's wanky to have a dig at the greatness that is Coldplay.

Anyway enough of that, I'm tired of defending those who are talented on this forum.


I need to get KID A.....have been delaying it for a while...

Already got Bends. OK Comp and HTTT. The latter two are classic albums.

Bends is only half decent.

Anyway, here's a question for Radioheadologists (which I will hopefully become one day)....

If my favourite Radiohead songs are: Myxamatosis, Wolf at the door, Where I End and You Begin, The Gloaming, Paranoid Android, Bones, Exit Music and Lucky.........

what are the chances of me loving KID A more than OK Computer and HTTT?
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High, if not loving it on the same level.
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I guess I'm in the minority, but OK Computer just doesn't come off as a classic. I find it hard to listen to all the way through. Kid A is their greatest masterpiece, IMO. I can play it on repeat all day.
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KID A is my fave RH album^ someone who agrees with me on it being more of a masterpeice than OK Computer [in my opinion, at least]...sure its not as approachable and easy to listen as Ok comp. but it is more intriguing and i never get tired of it
rock on my A kiddies
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for those of us desperate for any small bit of Radiohead news:

http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/news/05-08/23.shtml

Radiohead Start Blog, Track Progress of New LP

Jessica Suarez reports:
Here's a little internet history for ya: back in the day when weblogs were just diaries about whining about your breakup, online journals were almost entirely comprised of Radiohead lyrics and pictures of one's cat. Now that Radiohead has started their own blog, Dead Air Space, to document the creation of their new album, the internet world is about to see some closed loop, snake-eating-its-own-tail shit that could cause a second big internet bust, if not the destruction of the entire space-time continuum.

The band is recording in an as-yet-undisclosed location. In the first week of the blog's existence, all five bandmembers have already posted to it; except for Thom Yorke's entries, the posts consist largely of photographs. Sunday's entry from guitarist Ed O'Brien reads in part, "So here we are in studio recording and it feels right. its only day 4, its really early days but really good things are happening....lots of deconstructing and reassembling. we've been working on mornin' m 'lud and pigsee." We are informed elsewhere on the site that the second song O'Brien refers to, "Pigsee", may also be called "Pig's Ear". Beyond that, the blog contains scant reference to Radiohead's music, choosing to focus on photographs of a dog, a man in a crown making a rude gesture, and someone stroking a potted plant.

* Pitchfork News: Thom Yorke Reveals New Radiohead Album Details!
* Dead Air Space: http://www.radiohead.com/deadairspace
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I guess I'm in the minority, but OK Computer just doesn't come off as a classic. I find it hard to listen to all the way through. Kid A is their greatest masterpiece, IMO. I can play it on repeat all day.
I have just come to the same conclusion this last month. have been listening to KID A on headphones and it is perfect from first trck to last! OK Computer is not. (cant believe i just said that!) OK Computer has some of there best moments but could lose a couple of tracks. KID a is perfect.
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^ I agree. There's nothing on Kid A that I skip whereas I always skip Fitter Happier and Electioneering. But Ok Computer is still a classic in my book--couldn't live without it--but Kid A is my favorite Radiohead record and one of my top 5 favorite records ever.
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^ I agree. There's nothing on Kid A that I skip whereas I always skip Fitter Happier and Electioneering. But Ok Computer is still a classic in my book--couldn't live without it--but Kid A is my favorite Radiohead record and one of my top 5 favorite records ever.
I actually like 'fitter happier' (weird, i know) i would drop The Tourist, its just , i dunno sounds like Valium or something? Maybe Electioneering also, but it has great lyrics!
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