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Old 05-04-2006, 06:16 PM   #16
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They need to see if the fans will like the songs before putting them on a record.

They're very concerned with what their fans think.
Sometimes, I really wonder if that's true. The perfect next RH album would be if they created something that was a big F. you to their core fanbase's expectations. Otherwise, they might die of enslavement.
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Old 05-04-2006, 08:07 PM   #17
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Sometimes, I really wonder if that's true. The perfect next RH album would be if they created something that was a big F. you to their core fanbase's expectations. Otherwise, they might die of enslavement.
From the recent NME Interview:

Colin Greenwood:
"The experience of touring 'Hail To The Thief' before its release was a positive one for Radiohead. As a result of the audience reaction some tracks were dropped while others became instant fan favourites. Thom hopes the British audiences will be as honest as possible this time too.

Thom Yorke:
"It's going to be hit and miss," he confessed. "sometimes the only way you can tell where you're at with stuff is to play it for people. We hope that people will tell us what they think. If they think it's shite then we need to know that as well, really."
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you mean it's "at ease" and not "a tease"?

haha.
oh is it a tease?
I didn't know that
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Interesting.

I read the other day that Thom's working on a solo album?
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i thought it was at ease
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it is at ease.

and according to at ease, tickets for both montreal shows sold out in minutes.

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Tickets for the TWO Montreal concert at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier sold out in only a few minutes. At one ticketmaster outlet only the first guy who went to the counter obtained a ticket (he was there since 6 am).
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it is at ease.

and according to at ease, tickets for both montreal shows sold out in minutes.


damn.
I was lucky enough to score some of these online... Floors too!

I had friends in the lineup for me... they said just the first person there got a ticket. The second guy (was there since 8AM) couldn't get any. He turned white.
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it is at ease.
People around here evidently know nothing about being fitter and happier.
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The NYC shows also went on general sale today and literally instantly sold out.

BTW, a mod should probably merge this topic and this one: http://forum.interference.com/t157601.html
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From the recent NME Interview:

Colin Greenwood:
"The experience of touring 'Hail To The Thief' before its release was a positive one for Radiohead. As a result of the audience reaction some tracks were dropped while others became instant fan favourites. Thom hopes the British audiences will be as honest as possible this time too.

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"It's going to be hit and miss," he confessed. "sometimes the only way you can tell where you're at with stuff is to play it for people. We hope that people will tell us what they think. If they think it's shite then we need to know that as well, really."
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