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Old 03-25-2003, 01:07 AM   #16
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all that and there's still plenty of b-sides material left over...

I'm a little unsure of the title, you dont want to put yourself in a vacuum, I hope they havent done that with this title...

if the album itself is anywhere near as good musically as the last 2 it will make it pretty much impossible at this point for U2 to win me back over in the "favorite band" category

very pleasing to see "go to sleep" on there, I was afraid that song would get lost since they hadnt performed it much last summer
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all that and there's still plenty of b-sides material left over...

I'm a little unsure of the title, you dont want to put yourself in a vacuum, I hope they havent done that with this title...

if the album itself is anywhere near as good musically as the last 2 it will make it pretty much impossible at this point for U2 to win me back over in the "favorite band" category

very pleasing to see "go to sleep" on there, I was afraid that song would get lost since they hadnt performed it much last summer
yes, i agree with everything you said. go to sleep was a favorite of mine, and youll be happy ( ) to know that i really dig a punch up at a wedding now. its got such a funky guitar, its impossible not to like.

unfortunately the intro song is not on there. theres a guy at ateaseweb called nevertell who is giving out a lot of information on this album.

i seriously believe that this album has the potential to be the best thing theyve ever done. and i fully believe it will blow u2 out of the water.
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yes, I have been reading that guy's thread, wasnt sure if he was a hoax or what

punch up is great, that august 3rd show, that's the money shot, or the punch line, if you know what i mean

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yes, i even have the video of that show, dear wanderer. i got it at one of the aphex twin message boards back in the good old days, if you know what i mean. :sexyTwink:
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this from Pitchfork...........

Word came in across the wire yesterday afternoon that Radiohead have now announced an official title and tracklist for their forthcoming sixth album, in addition to the June 10th release date they trumpeted last week. The outcry among Radiohead supporters is that the new title, Hail to the Thief, is easily their least original since... ever. A none-too-subtle jab at G.W. Bush that is, even now, nigh on becoming as dated as a Dead Kennedys lyric, it doesn't bode well for the originality the band has made their trademark since the release of 1995's The Bends.
Nonetheless, fans remain optimistic about the material on the record, which-- if recent performances are any indication (and they may well not be)-- is the band's darkest yet. The fourteen-track lineup encompasses just about all of the new songs debuted in the band's showcase European tour last summer. Dark horse album contenders "Go to Sleep" and "Where I End And You Begin" have both made the cut, and AOL Instant Messenger traffic was momentarily disrupted Monday when 3.7 million Radiohead geeks simultaneously exchanged digital high-fives over the inclusion of longtime bridesmaid "I Will". Yorke and crew even give a shout-out to fuzzy math in opener (and potential single) "2 + 2 = 5" and toss in previously unknown tracks "Backdrifts" and "The Gloaming" for the hell of it.
Very little is known about the sound of the Nigel Godrich-produced record, save for Yorke's own comments on "Myxomatosis" as posted on the official Radiohead bulletin board earlier this month (and we quote): "It has Funk and UGGGGLLLIIIIEEEEEE keyboards." Fucking Filtermagazine, of all people, were somehow sneaked a listen to four cuts from Hail to the Thief, and the geniuses over there compared it to OK Computer. Original, guys!
Interestingly, two tunes debuted in a December webcast (known unofficially as "I Froze Up" and "Good Morning Mr. Magpie") have apparently not made the cut. New song "Up on the Ladder" (which New Musical Expresscompared favorably to "Airbag") is also among the also-rans, alongside longtime fan jizz objects "Lift" and "Big Ideas (Don't Get Any)". As previously reported, the first single from Hail to the Thief, "There There", is expected to include four non-album cuts, so cross your fingers and don't uncross them until the single is released on May 26th or it won't happen.
Radiohead are also collecting video clips from fans for inclusion in an as-yet undisclosed multimedia project. The band will be accepting entries between 10 seconds and "at most a song's length" until May 8th via the group's Oxford P.O. box. "Take one of the live MP3's of a Radiohead track," the band's recipe-like announcement reads in part. "Make some moving pictures to it (can be anything: live action, animation, graphics, etc.)" Radiohead will also consider existing short films "that would benefit from an airing," brief Quicktime animations, and entries from 2003 Best Director winner Roman Polanski for the project. Visit the w.a.s.t.e. fanclub site linked below for more info.
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ah yes, the ever cynical pitchfork. thanks for posting that, elvis.
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Yeah...the title is OK at best, but then again we don't like Radiohead solely for their album titles now do we?! (Even tho they DO kick serious arse.) I've heard bits and pieces of the studio versions of most of the tracks, trust me noone will be dissapointed in the least. "We Suck Young Blood" is soooo T.I.T.S it's not even funny. There There too. Rockin.
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headsonsticks, youve heard studio versions???

uh, please do explain more. even if you havet to email me at beatricemilk@hotmail.com
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headsonsticks, youve heard studio versions???

uh, please do explain more. even if you havet to email me at beatricemilk@hotmail.com
Yeah, but only snippets. Not sure if I've had this discussion with you or EP, but a good friend of mine run's Ben Harper's website (www.benharper.net) shameless plug...
ANYway, he's connected like the Matrix & I get to hear a lot of stuff before it's even released & seeing as how he knows how retarded I am over Radiohead he tries to get me stuff when he can. he's floated me like, I dunno, 20-30 bootleg live shows stemming from 1993-2002, all great sound quality. Straight from the board or fom the middle of the venue. SO, to make a long story even longer, Ben Harper's manager is friendly with Bryce who's one of RH's managers and he got a little promo of the album. Mostly 60 sec clips of each song, including all the stuff they left off the album but are intended for b-sides (mr.magpie,i froze up etc...) so while I've heard parts, I still haven't heard the album in its entirety. But from what I have heard its pretty much drop dead, Oxford-style dark pop, with strong elements of Kid A. Whew!!

So, Gickies. Do you have lots of RH live discs? I'd be up to burn some discs back and forth if you'd like. I can send you an Excel list of what I have.
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Heads, we gotta hook this stuff up, bear can wait man, i need it now! Its my own personal crack brotha!

Seriously, i will contact you....
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Elvis, your new picture keeps on freaking me out because I look at it and think it's Chris Kattan


HeadsOnSticks, you deserve to be beaten by a stick just for having been able to hear studio versions already.... Sooooo, would you say guitars are used more plentifully.....????
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yes, send the excel thing to me!

i have a few boots myself, but im sure you have them all.

the songs you have heard clips from, can you hear the guitars, or are they muffled? songs like 2+2=5, there there and go to sleep all "rocked" live, but do they on the album?
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