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ICHIBAHN
Feb 21, 2007


So, the boys are back! Yer guitar boy, Greenwood, has confirmed that they've finished their new, ninth, album. As far as leaked info about it, there isn't much. The only thing so far is the fact that they've registered the company Dawn Chorus, probably in anticipation of the new record, as this is a method they've used before releasing In Rainbows and King of Limbs.

They've recently announced they'll be doing the live tour thing. I'm fortunate enough to be able to see them at Primavera, in Barcelona this spring. There, they'll be playing the new album in full. I imagine they'll be doing the same for their other live dates - OpenAir in Switzerland, Lollapalooza in Berlin & Nos Alive in Portugal.

Recently they released a disgarded track for the Bond soundtrack, Spectre, which I don't remember listening to more than once. Hopefully the new stuff grabs me more.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zv-w0zPSsTs

ICHIBAHN fucked around with this message at Feb 15, 2016 around 11:32

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ZoDiAC_
Jun 23, 2003



Hey cool I'm going to NOS Alive

Arcade Fire, Pixies and Radiohead - man it's gonna be unreal!

Spectre is great, let it grow on you.

What else is new since I made the last trainwreck Radiohead thread...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11ITxvYk-DU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doB1h2PnSDs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McuHVXgR8dA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFTLxkMmY4M

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGWsxWWnI5I

Thom is single!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qt-ohn5C3kU

Jonny is awesome!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kG8GR1msPpo

My bet for the new album: It's called Dawn Chorus and drops in March on the first day of spring!

Edit:

Here's Ed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQGawYKY3H4

ZoDiAC_ fucked around with this message at Feb 13, 2016 around 12:24

Rollersnake
May 9, 2005

Please, please don't let me end up in a threesome with the lunch lady and a gay pirate. That would hit a little too close to home.

I've been super-hyped for this ever since I heard Full Stop (Ful Stop?) from the 2012 bootlegs, which has the potential to be my favorite Radiohead song in years. I know there's no guarantee it'll be on the new album in recognizable form, or at all, but it sure as hell didn't sound like another track destined for obscurity.

Boywhiz88
Sep 11, 2005

floating 26" off da ground. BURR!

Hopefully it won't be terrible like The King of Limbs. I'm a huge fan of all their other work but TKoL fell short big for me.

ICHIBAHN
Feb 21, 2007


Love the king of limbs. So many beautiful, subtle moments. Codex, little by little, lotus flower, give up the ghost. Gorgeous album.

ZoDiAC_
Jun 23, 2003



King of Limbs was good. The Basement versions were better.

Made me laugh when someone said 'the band played Thoms fruity loops', a dj loop software.

I want a Jonny album, piano, strings, guitars.

In Rainbows is my fave. The old thread was done to death.

I'm glad they are still going and good at 50 years old!!

Rageaholic Monkey
May 31, 2005

Honestly, though,
you have played the game for a long time.

Don't you have anything else to do with your time?


I've come around on TKOL a little since it first came out and I hated it. Now I think it's their weakest album even behind Pablo Honey but still has some enjoyable tracks.

I'd still prefer to listen to the Atoms For Peace album over TKOL any day of the week.

ZoDiAC_
Jun 23, 2003



Do you like it over Tomorrow's Modern Boxes?

Rageaholic Monkey
May 31, 2005

Honestly, though,
you have played the game for a long time.

Don't you have anything else to do with your time?


ZoDiAC_ posted:

Do you like it over Tomorrow's Modern Boxes?
Hahaha, to be honest, I forgot about that album almost immediately after it came out. I was so excited that it came out. I made a thread for it here and everything. But then it seemed like no one really cared about it too much. I don't think I've even listened to the whole thing since soon after its release.

But IIRC, the memorable songs on TKOL had more staying power than Tomorrow's Modern Boxes did.

ICHIBAHN
Feb 21, 2007


In rainbows is their peak imo. Album is so warm and beautiful.

Paperback Writer
May 1, 2006



ICHIBAHN posted:

In rainbows is their peak imo. Album is so warm and beautiful.
even the b-sides are some of my favorite Radiohead tunes

ICHIBAHN
Feb 21, 2007


Yeah. The only one of those b sides I dislike is bangers and mash. The rest are lush as gently caress

ZoDiAC_
Jun 23, 2003



Rageaholic Monkey posted:

Hahaha, to be honest, I forgot about that album almost immediately after it came out. I was so excited that it came out. I made a thread for it here and everything. But then it seemed like no one really cared about it too much. I don't think I've even listened to the whole thing since soon after its release.

But IIRC, the memorable songs on TKOL had more staying power than Tomorrow's Modern Boxes did.

Totes dude.

It wasn't even good enough to be Eraser part 2.

I hope Single Thom starts writing poo poo like True Love Waits again (IE, songs about stuff, not his mid life crisis dubstep photobombing haircut stuff).

Ok so, the big questions now.

Phil's album or Tomorrow's Modern Boxes?

Phil names his songs after idioms exclusively.

Can't wait for Ed's solo album. All backing vocals.

Edit:

Leaked tracklist for Phil's 2nd and 3rd albums.

Alphabetical idioms - lists O :
list O1 : odds and ends → can't make an omelette
list O2 : on the cards → one good turn
list O3 : one hand washes the other → open secret
list O4 : open-and-shut case → out on a limb
list O5 : out to lunch → over and done with
list O6 : over the hill → world is your oyster
Alphabetical idioms - lists P :
list P1 : put through paces → paper tiger
list P2 : paper trail → not a patch on
list P3 : pay dearly for → penny drops
list P4 : in for a penny → no picnic)
list P5 : picture of health → pillar to post
list P6 : (at a) pinch → play with fire
list P7 : play footsie → pleased as punch
list P8 : pluck out of the air→ politically correct
list P9 : pop one's clogs → pour one's heart out
list P10 : power behind the throne → (a) proper do
list P11 : proud as a peacock → push one's luck
list P12 : if push comes to shove → put one's house in order
list P13 : put in one's place → Pyrrhic victory

ZoDiAC_ fucked around with this message at Feb 14, 2016 around 12:20

The REAL Goobusters
Apr 25, 2008



TKOL sounded like a solo Yorke album and I didn't really like it that much outside maybe a few songs. I hope this next album is better. Spectre was kind of a boring song too

ZoDiAC_
Jun 23, 2003



https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zgw3Elrj81o

Princeps32
Nov 9, 2012


Ful Stop, and Indentikit were both excellent, I hope if we get album versions they haven't messed them up too much. I'm honestly excited, TKOL had some real great moments even if it wasn't ultimately on the same level as their best years.

ICHIBAHN
Feb 21, 2007


Radiohead confirmed for Lollapalooza Berlin, Sept 10 & 11, 2016 http://buff.ly/1KkxhR4 http://twitter.com/radioheadnews/st...0904449/photo/1

Jables88
Jul 26, 2010


Tortured By Flan

For those who haven't heard Silent Spring and Desert Island Disk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgpyF6PDrEw.

The first one is pretty much a lock for the next album based on Thom's comments 'This is Jonny's bit' and 'The full version is better'.

Sleepyjacked
Sep 21, 2010



TKOL was underwhelming.

I was so pumped for it in the months before it came out. Hearing the early acoustic versions of Seperator (then called Mouse Dog Bird), Lotus flower, and Give up the Ghost, and then hearing the over-produced versions on the album was a big disappointment. Seperator was still pretty good, but the other two definitely lost something on the way to the final album version.
Also Tomorrow's Modern Boxes didn't have the depth that emerged from repeated listens that The Eraser had. I also forgot it existed within like a week of it coming out.

That being said, I have faith and and am letting myself get very excited for this new album.
Ful Stop sounds rad and I hope it's final form is as magnificent as my imagination says it will be.

Rageaholic Monkey
May 31, 2005

Honestly, though,
you have played the game for a long time.

Don't you have anything else to do with your time?


Yeah, The Eraser is a Thom Yorke solo thing done right. That's an album I still listen to all the way through semi-regularly a decade after it came out. There's not a single track on that album that I dislike/that isn't a total earworm.

triple sulk
Sep 17, 2014




I like Tomorrow's Modern Boxes

Vintersorg
Mar 3, 2004

Time
 to die.




Began digging into Radiohead again and it just feels so GOOD. Brings me back.

Is Hail to the Thief considered to be underrated? Personally, at the time, I didn't like it but after the years ive learned to love it. Especially the one two punch of Scatterbrain and then A Wolf at the Door - which is probably in some weird list near the top of my most favorite Radiohead song ever.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qg4q_ZUiTNA

Rageaholic Monkey
May 31, 2005

Honestly, though,
you have played the game for a long time.

Don't you have anything else to do with your time?


Vintersorg posted:

Began digging into Radiohead again and it just feels so GOOD. Brings me back.

Is Hail to the Thief considered to be underrated? Personally, at the time, I didn't like it but after the years ive learned to love it. Especially the one two punch of Scatterbrain and then A Wolf at the Door - which is probably in some weird list near the top of my most favorite Radiohead song ever.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qg4q_ZUiTNA
It was the first Radiohead album I ever heard (because I got into them right after it came out), so it's got a special place in my heart and I love it a whole lot even if I don't think it's necessarily their best album.

I think the one two punch of 2+2=5 and Sit Down Stand Up is one of my favorite things Radiohead's done. It never fails to give me chills every time I listen to that album.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lstDdzedgcE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HA_burPl6z0

Lid
Feb 18, 2005

Rap terrorist, terrorise, tear it up
Brought gas and the matches to flare it up
Militant Michael might go psycho
On any ally or rival
Born Black, that's dead on arrival
My job is to fight for survival
In spite of these #AllLivesMatter-ass white folk


I didnt care for TKOL for a long time, it reminded me a lot of Stars of the Lid but worse. Seeing it performed live however gave it some heart it was lacking and showed that especially Bloom is great... it's still not in the discussion for their best album though.

Probably Magic
Oct 9, 2012

"Now, listen, son...."


Vintersorg posted:

Began digging into Radiohead again and it just feels so GOOD. Brings me back.

Is Hail to the Thief considered to be underrated? Personally, at the time, I didn't like it but after the years ive learned to love it. Especially the one two punch of Scatterbrain and then A Wolf at the Door - which is probably in some weird list near the top of my most favorite Radiohead song ever.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qg4q_ZUiTNA

It's weird, because In Rainbows might be in the top five of my favorite albums of all time, but Hail to the Thief is my favorite Radiohead album of all time. It's difficult to explain.

ZoDiAC_
Jun 23, 2003



Thief has a few songs too many. Goodbye We Suck Young Blood.

There There, though. That's a song right there. Thief has good variety and moods. It is not an LP form kind of album.

There's a ban on ranking Radiohead albums in these threads!

Rank your Thom albums instead!

Eraser
Rabbit in your headlights
Atoms
? Anything else, dj sets and stuff
El presidente
Modern Boxes

triple sulk
Sep 17, 2014




I've had the fortune of seeing AFP live and it was loving great. A lot smaller of a venue and far more energy than at a Radiohead show, probably as a result of Flea being on stage.

Lid posted:

I didnt care for TKOL for a long time, it reminded me a lot of Stars of the Lid but worse. Seeing it performed live however gave it some heart it was lacking and showed that especially Bloom is great... it's still not in the discussion for their best album though.

TKOL is just like Amnesiac in that every single track that was played in a live form manages to be better than the studio version, except that Amnesiac is the far, far better studio album.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



01. "Nothing Touches Me" 3:49 Manic Hedgehog, Pablo Honey (2009 Collector's Edition) 1991
02. "Phillipa Chicken" 3:44 Manic Hedgehog 1991
03. "Stupid Car" 2:21 Drill 1992
04. "Inside My Head" 3:12 "Creep", "Stop Whispering" 1992
05. "Million Dollar Question" 3:18 "Creep" 1992
06. "You" 3:29 Manic Hedgehog, Drill, Pablo Honey, Itch, Live at the Astoria, Radiohead: The Best Of 1993
07. "Creep" 3:56 Pablo Honey, "Anyone Can Play Guitar", "Pop Is Dead", "Stop Whispering", Live at the Astoria, Itch, My Iron Lung, Radiohead: The Best Of 1993
08. "How Do You?" 2:12 Pablo Honey 1993
09. "Stop Whispering" 5:26 Pablo Honey, "Stop Whispering", Live at the Astoria, Itch, Radiohead: The Best Of 1993
10. "Thinking About You" 2:41 Manic Hedgehog, Drill, Pablo Honey, "Anyone Can Play Guitar, Itch 1991
11. "Anyone Can Play Guitar" 3:38 Pablo Honey, "Anyone Can Play Guitar", Live at the Astoria, "Just", Radiohead: The Best Of 1993
12. "Ripcord" 3:10 Pablo Honey, "Pop Is Dead", Live at the Astoria 1993
13. "Vegetable" 3:13 Pablo Honey, Live at the Astoria, Itch 1993
14. "Prove Yourself" 2:25 Drill, Pablo Honey, Live at the Astoria 1992
15. "I Can't" 4:13 Manic Hedgehog, Pablo Honey 1991
16. "Lurgee" 3:08 "Creep", Pablo Honey 1993
17. "Blow Out" 4:40 Pablo Honey, Live at the Astoria 1993
18. "Yes I Am" 4:23 "Creep" 1993
19. "Faithless, the Wonder Boy" 4:09 "Anyone Can Play Guitar", Itch 1993
20. "Coke Babies" 2:59 "Anyone Can Play Guitar" 1993
21. "Pop Is Dead" 2:12 "Pop Is Dead", "Anyone Can Play Guitar", "Stop Whispering", Live at the Astoria, Radiohead: The Best Of 1993
22. "Banana Co." 2:26 "Pop Is Dead", Itch, "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" 1993
23. "The Trickster" 4:40 My Iron Lung 1994
24. "Lewis (Mistreated)" 3:19 My Iron Lung 1994
25. "Punchdrunk Lovesick Singalong" 4:40 My Iron Lung 1994
26. "Permanent Daylight" 2:48 My Iron Lung 1994
27. "Lozenge of Love" 2:16 My Iron Lung 1994
28. "You Never Wash Up After Yourself" 1:44 My Iron Lung 1994
29. "Maquiladora" 3:27 Live at the Astoria, "High and Dry" 1994
30. "Planet Telex" 4:19 "Planet Telex", The Bends, "Just", Radiohead: The Best Of 1995
31. "The Bends" 4:06 Live at the Astoria, The Bends, Radiohead: The Best Of 1994
32. "High and Dry" 4:17 "High and Dry", The Bends, 7 Television Commercials, Radiohead: The Best Of 1995
33. "Fake Plastic Trees" 4:50 Live at the Astoria, The Bends, "Fake Plastic Trees", 7 Television Commercials, Radiohead: The Best Of 1994
34. "Bones" 3:09 Live at the Astoria, The Bends, "Just" 1994
35. "(Nice Dream)" 3:53 The Bends 1995
36. "Just" 3:54 Live at the Astoria, The Bends, "Just", 7 Television Commercials, Radiohead: The Best Of 1994
37. "My Iron Lung" 4:36 Live at the Astoria, "My Iron Lung", The Bends, Radiohead: The Best Of 1994
38. "Bullet Proof..I Wish I Was" 3:28 The Bends, "Fake Plastic Trees" 1995
39. "Black Star" 4:07 Live at the Astoria, The Bends 1994
40. "Sulk" 3:42 The Bends 1995
41. "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" 4:12 Live at the Astoria, The Bends, "Fake Plastic Trees", "Street Spirit (Fade Out)", 7 Television Commercials, Radiohead: The Best Of 1994
42. "India Rubber" 3:26 "Fake Plastic Trees" 1995
43. "How Can You Be Sure?" 4:21 "Fake Plastic Trees" 1995
44. "Killer Cars" 3:03 "Anyone Can Play Guitar", Itch, "High and Dry", "Just" 1993
45. "Talk Show Host" 4:40 "Street Spirit (Fade Out)", Radiohead: The Best Of 1996
46. "Bishop's Robes" 3:25 "Street Spirit (Fade Out)", No Surprises/Running from Demons 1996
47. "Molasses" 2:26 "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" 1996
48. "Airbag" 4:44 OK Computer, "No Surprises", Airbag/How Am I Driving?, Radiohead: The Best Of 1997
49. "Paranoid Android" 6:23 "Paranoid Android", OK Computer, 7 Television Commercials, Radiohead: The Best Of 1997
50. "Subterranean Homesick Alien" 4:27 OK Computer 1997
51. "Exit Music (For a Film)" 4:24 OK Computer, Radiohead: The Best Of 1997
52. "Let Down" 4:59 OK Computer, Radiohead: The Best Of 1997
53. "Karma Police" 4:21 OK Computer, "Karma Police", 7 Television Commercials, Radiohead: The Best Of 1997
54. "Fitter Happier" 1:57 OK Computer 1997
55. "Electioneering" 3:50 OK Computer 1997
56. "Climbing Up the Walls" 4:45 OK Computer, "Karma Police" 1997
57. "No Surprises" 3:48 OK Computer, No Surprises/Running from Demons, "No Surprises", 7 Television Commercials, Radiohead: The Best Of 1997
58. "Lucky" 4:19 OK Computer, "No Surprises", Radiohead: The Best Of 1997
59. "The Tourist" 5:24 OK Computer 1997
60. "Pearly*" 3:38 "Paranoid Android", No Surprises/Running from Demons, Airbag/How Am I Driving? 1997
61. "Melatonin" 2:08 "Paranoid Android", No Surprises/Running from Demons, Airbag/How Am I Driving? 1997
62. "Lull" 2:28 "Karma Police" 1997
63. "Meeting in the Aisle" 3:07 "Karma Police", No Surprises/Running from Demons, Airbag/How Am I Driving? 1997
64. "A Reminder" 3:51 "Paranoid Android", No Surprises/Running from Demons, Airbag/How Am I Driving? 1997
65. "Polyethylene (Parts 1 & 2)" 4:22 "Paranoid Android", Airbag/How Am I Driving? 1997
66. "How I Made My Millions" 3:07 "No Surprises" 1998
67. "Palo Alto" 3:43 Airbag/How Am I Driving?, "No Surprises" 1998
68. "Everything in Its Right Place" 4:11 Kid A, I Might Be Wrong, Radiohead: The Best Of 2000
69. "Kid A" 4:44 Kid A 2000
70. "The National Anthem" 5:51 Kid A, I Might Be Wrong, Radiohead: The Best Of 2000
71. "How to Disappear Completely" 5:56 Kid A, Radiohead: The Best Of 2000
72. "Treefingers" 3:42 Kid A 2000
73. "Optimistic" 5:15 Kid A 2000
74. "In Limbo" 3:31 Kid A 2000
75. "Idioteque" 5:09 Kid A, I Might Be Wrong, Radiohead: The Best Of 2000
76. "Morning Bell" 4:35 Kid A, I Might Be Wrong 2000
77. "Motion Picture Soundtrack" 6:59 Kid A 2000
78. "The Amazing Sounds of Orgy" 3:38 "Pyramid Song" 2001
79. "Trans-Atlantic Drawl" 3:02 "Pyramid Song" 2001
80. "Kinetic" 4:06 "Pyramid Song" 2001
81. "Fast-Track" 3:17 "Pyramid Song" 2001
82. "Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box" 4:00 Amnesiac 2001
83. "Pyramid Song" 4:48 "Pyramid Song", Amnesiac, "Knives Out", Radiohead: The Best Of 2001
84. "Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors" 4:07 Amnesiac 2001
85. "You and Whose Army?" 3:11 Amnesiac 2001
86. "I Might Be Wrong" 4:53 Amnesiac, I Might Be Wrong, Radiohead: The Best Of 2001
87. "Knives Out" 4:14 Amnesiac, "Knives Out", Radiohead: The Best Of 2001
88. "Morning Bell/Amnesiac" 3:14 Amnesiac 2001
89. "Dollars and Cents" 4:51 Amnesiac, I Might Be Wrong 2001
90. "Hunting Bears" 2:01 Amnesiac 2001
91. "Like Spinning Plates" 3:57 Amnesiac, I Might Be Wrong, Radiohead: The Best Of 2001
92. "Life in a Glasshouse" 4:34 Amnesiac, "Knives Out" 2001
93. "Cuttooth" 5:24 "Knives Out" 2001
94. "Worrywort" 4:37 "Knives Out" 2001
95. "Fog" 4:05 "Knives Out" 2001
96. "True Love Waits" 5:02 I Might Be Wrong, Radiohead: The Best Of 2001
97. "Paperbag Writer" 3:58 "There There", COM LAG (2plus2isfive) 2003
98. "Where Bluebirds Fly" 4:32 "There There", COM LAG (2plus2isfive) 2003
99. "2 + 2 = 5" 3:19 Hail to the Thief, "2 + 2 = 5", COM LAG (2plus2isfive), Radiohead: The Best Of 2003
100. "Sit Down. Stand Up" 4:19 Hail to the Thief, "2 + 2 = 5", Radiohead: The Best Of 2003
101. "Sail to the Moon" 4:18 Hail to the Thief 2003
102. "Backdrifts" 5:22 Hail to the Thief 2003
103. "Go to Sleep" 3:21 Hail to the Thief, "Go to Sleep", Radiohead: The Best Of 2003
104. "Where I End and You Begin" 4:29 Hail to the Thief 2003
105. "We Suck Young Blood" 4:56 Hail to the Thief 2003
106. "The Gloaming" 3:32 Hail to the Thief 2003
107. "There There" 5:23 "There There", Hail to the Thief, "2 + 2 = 5", Radiohead: The Best Of 2003
108. "I Will" 1:59 Hail to the Thief, "2 + 2 = 5", COM LAG (2plus2isfive) 2003
109. "A Punchup at a Wedding" 4:57 Hail to the Thief 2003
110. "Myxomatosis" 3:52 Hail to the Thief 2003
111. "Scatterbrain" 3:21 Hail to the Thief 2003
112. "A Wolf at the Door" 3:21 Hail to the Thief 2003
113. "I Am Citizen Insane" 3:34 "Go to Sleep", COM LAG (2plus2isfive) 2003
114. "Gagging Order" 3:37 "Go to Sleep", COM LAG (2plus2isfive) 2003
115. "I Am a Wicked Child" 3:08 "Go to Sleep", COM LAG (2plus2isfive) 2003
116. "I Want None of This" 3:15 Help!: A Day in the Life 2005
117. "15 Step" 3:58 In Rainbows, In Rainbows From the Basement 2007
118. "Bodysnatchers" 4:02 In Rainbows, In Rainbows From the Basement 2007
119. "Nude" 4:15 In Rainbows, "Nude", In Rainbows From the Basement 2007
120. "Weird Fishes/Arpeggi" 5:18 In Rainbows, In Rainbows From the Basement 2007
121. "All I Need" 3:48 In Rainbows, In Rainbows From the Basement 2007
122. "Faust Arp" 2:09 In Rainbows 2007
123. "Reckoner" 4:50 In Rainbows, In Rainbows From the Basement 2007
124. "House of Cards" 5:28 In Rainbows, In Rainbows From the Basement 2007
125. "Jigsaw Falling into Place" 4:09 In Rainbows, "Jigsaw Falling into Place" 2007
126. "Videotape" 4:42 In Rainbows, "Jigsaw Falling into Place", In Rainbows From the Basement 2007
127. "MK 1" 1:04 In Rainbows: Discbox 2007
128. "Down Is the New Up" 4:59 In Rainbows: Discbox, "Jigsaw Falling into Place", "Nude" 2007
129. "Go Slowly" 3:48 In Rainbows: Discbox 2007
130. "MK 2" 0:53 In Rainbows: Discbox 2007
131. "Last Flowers" 4:27 In Rainbows: Discbox, "Jigsaw Falling into Place" 2007
132. "Up on the Ladder" 4:17 In Rainbows: Discbox 2007
133. "Bangers + Mash" 3:20 In Rainbows: Discbox 2007
134. "4 Minute Warning" 4:06 In Rainbows: Discbox, "Nude" 2007
135. "Harry Patch (In Memory Of)" 5:33 "Harry Patch (In Memory Of)"[1] 2009
136. "These Are My Twisted Words" 5:32 "These Are My Twisted Words"[2] 2009
137. "Bloom" 5:15 The King of Limbs 2011
138. "Morning Mr Magpie" 4:41 The King of Limbs 2011
139. "Little by Little" 4:27 The King of Limbs 2011
140. "Feral" 3:13 The King of Limbs 2011
141. "Lotus Flower" 5:01 The King of Limbs 2011
142. "Codex" 4:47 The King of Limbs 2011
143. "Give Up the Ghost" 4:50 The King of Limbs 2011
144. "Separator" 5:20 The King of Limbs 2011
145. "Supercollider" 7:02 "Supercollider" / "The Butcher"[3] 2011
146. "The Butcher" 4:36 "Supercollider" / "The Butcher"[4] 2011
147. "The Daily Mail" 3:37 "The Daily Mail" / "Staircase" 2011
148. "Staircase" 4:31 "The Daily Mail" / "Staircase" 2011
149. "Spectre" 3:19 Written for the 2015 film of the same name, but unused[5] 2015

and a good thing too because that movie was poo poo

Vintersorg
Mar 3, 2004

Time
 to die.




What.

Rageaholic Monkey
May 31, 2005

Honestly, though,
you have played the game for a long time.

Don't you have anything else to do with your time?


Is that like 1/4th of the tracklist for Towering Above The Rest? I looked at all the poo poo that thing contained one time and I got a headache just looking at it. I never could've made it all the way through that.

24 discs

ZoDiAC_
Jun 23, 2003



Every Radiohead song in order of release.

So what?

Towering is poo poo. Just go to CitizenInsane

Princeps32
Nov 9, 2012


triple sulk posted:

TKOL is just like Amnesiac in that every single track that was played in a live form manages to be better than the studio version, except that Amnesiac is the far, far better studio album.

Packt like Sardines from the 2001 tour was worse than the album version, the fuzz bass didn't work as well. They dropped that from set lists pretty quick

HD DAD
Jan 13, 2010

Generic white guy.

Princeps32 posted:

Packt like Sardines from the 2001 tour was worse than the album version, the fuzz bass didn't work as well. They dropped that from set lists pretty quick

I actually adore the live version of Packt. So much so I kinda wish the album version was a bit more like it.

(According to CI, they played it once more in 2012.)

Corvo
Feb 5, 2015



TKOL would have been a great album if it included more songs that were written during that era. I remember at the time people said there was nothing wrong with it being only 8 tracks, but I have no idea why they left songs like Staircase, Daily Mail, These Are My Twisted Words and Supercollider etc. on the cutting room floor when the album would have been so much better with them. The band had some great output during that era, but unfortunately a lot of it never made it onto the album.

They played Ful Stop when I saw them live during the TKOL tour and it was an amazing song, but who knows if it will be on the upcoming album or not. I remember reading somewhere that someone in the band confirmed that a reworked version of Lift was going to be on the upcoming album however, which was really surprising to hear. That song's been floating around since the Bends era, I think?

BigFactory
Sep 17, 2002



These are my twisted words might win the prize for most boring Radiohead song.

Polo-Rican
Jul 3, 2004

granny smith apples -
the best apples


The King of Limbs also has the worst album art in Radiohead's career - yep, worse than The Bends. That was a big disappointment to me because flipping through the booklets that came with OK Computer and Kid A were some of my formative music memories

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Yeah, the little red book that came with Amnesiac was one of my favorite physical releases back in the day.

Seems pretty rare for artists to put any kind of effort into that sort of thing these days, outside of expensive collectors edition stuff. Its understandable but kind of sad.

Rageaholic Monkey
May 31, 2005

Honestly, though,
you have played the game for a long time.

Don't you have anything else to do with your time?


Earwicker posted:

Yeah, the little red book that came with Amnesiac was one of my favorite physical releases back in the day.

Seems pretty rare for artists to put any kind of effort into that sort of thing these days, outside of expensive collectors edition stuff. Its understandable but kind of sad.
The In Rainbows make-your-own-case packaging was pretty awesome. I think that was the last time they put out an album with neat packaging like that. Although I don't know if they did something like that for TKOL or not because TKOL was the only Radiohead album I didn't buy on CD.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



TKOL had a "newspaper edition" which came with a bunch of extra artwork, I can't remember if that was vinyl only or not

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BigFactory
Sep 17, 2002



Yeah, TKOL came with a sheet of acid blotter paper and a newspaper.

The original Kid A non-limited edition had great packaging with the hidden booklet under the tray.

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