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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

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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.

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

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Boywhiz88 posted:

I meant more the whole "Radiohead's Spectre not being used and Johnny get hosed over with There Will Be Blood."

He didn't really "get hosed over", his score for There Will Be Blood incorporated material that was not originally composed for the film and had been previously released, so it wasn't a fully original score and was thus disqualified. I enjoyed that soundtrack a lot and in general hate the Oscars and other awards ceremonies, but that particular incident seems fair.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



ZoDiAC_ posted:

It would be nice if we had a Radiohead that wasn't just subjective opinion

We had a ban on ranking last time round

Yes, because it's dumb when the thread devolves into people simply posting lists of the correct "order" of albums. However, subjective opinion is a hell of a lot broader than that. If you eliminate subjective opinion you are left with little other than plain facts like... Radiohead consists of the following members, they released X album on Y date, they will be touring Z countries, etc. which is information that either everyone here already knows or that simply isn't public and available yet.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



It's a decent tune, which makes it completely inappropriate for the movie, which is crap.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Real Name Grover posted:

Is there a correlation between quality of Bond song and quality of Bond film though?

Well there doesn't have to be. But I feel like the Radiohead song sets up false expectations, whereas the Sam Smith song is disappointing right from the get go, so you know what kind of experience you're in for.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



I really hate MSG shows but I saw Radiohead at Newark's even shittier arena a couple years ago and they were loving great so I am gonna try to get tix for this

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Popcorn posted:

I'm slightly concerned that the limited scale of this tour - small venues and festivals only

there are a bunch of large venues on that list though MSG, Le Zenith, and the Shrine Auditorium are some of the bigger venues in their respective cities and they are doing multiple nights at each. Palacio de los Deportes is a huge rear end stadium. Doesn't seem like a road test..

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



HD DAD posted:

I suspect that they're getting to that stage where they want to spend more time at home with their families, and they're just doing Radiohead stuff when they get around to it. That could explain the limited tour and long gap since TKOL.

well that and also Thom did Atoms for Peace and another solo album and Johnny did like two film scores between then and now

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Radiohead71 posted:

I'm gonna try for one of the MSG shows. What is bad about seeing shows there? Are the acoustics crappy?

yes the acoustics are crappy and much of the experience shares more with going to Penn Station during peak holiday travel season than it does with going to a show. it combines all of the usual lovely things about arena shows with all of the usual lovely things about midtown manhattan

that said, I will probably still try to go

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Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Anonymous John posted:

.
Hoping that MSG also isn't too strict for security, because Radiohead will require bringing in smokeables.

I went to a Phish show there once and was given a warning for smoking a bowl rather blatantly while the house lights were still up. probably safer to bring a vaporizer

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



I think TKoL is a good album but I don't like it when any band does a new album that sounds like an older one. I wouldn't want another OK Computer or Kid A either (and I thought Amnesiac was different enough to be good). thats why Hail to the Thief is so weak, most of it just sounds like by-the-numbers older Radiohead

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



GMEEOORH posted:

Do they not check if the names of the people with tickets match up with the order info in the US?

Only if you are picking the ticket up at will call. Otherwise if you buy a ticket and have it sent to you, it's perfectly legal in most places to sell (or give) it to someone else anyway .

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



yeah the king of limbs art was some bullshit, I ate like fifteen tabs from that blotter sheet and got nothing

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



also Donwood could have just meant that the album's not final because he hasn't finished the art yet

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



I've only listened to this album a few times, but I like it. Good strings.

Sir Lemming posted:

I like House Of Cards because it's a very pretty song (despite the subject matter). Maybe even a nice song to play at the beach! Which probably also means it doesn't belong on a Radiohead album.

Radiohead has a lot of songs that are nice to play at the beach. Like, the entirety of The Bends.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



wow its almost like music appreciation is a highly subjective, personal experience

I don't really understand why people think they are being funny or clever or whatever when they start telling other people that they are "objectively wrong" about preferring this or that song or this or that album and in general being a dick about their opinion. It is, in fact, possible for people to communicate their musical preferences without being assholes about it.

Earwicker fucked around with this message at May 13, 2016 around 20:56

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Xanderkish posted:

Speaking as someone who also posts in the USPol thread, I can confirm the disagreements in this thread are like pillowfights in comparison.

well sure but that's largely because politics can actually have a pretty big impact on one's life compared to someone having different taste in radiohead songs than you

anyway it's not just this thread but what seems like a common tendency here to be like "this is my opinion AND gently caress ANYONE WITH A DIFFERENT OPINION" which, joking or not, gets pretty drat tiresome and I dont really get the point of it

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Princeps32 posted:

That particular phrase came right after a "Everything I just said is very subjective to my tastes," comment. Sorry if it made you uncomfortable, I thought the implied joke was pretty clear. I certainly understand getting frustrated by people being dicks on the internet about entertainment, I avoid most discussions on video games these days for similar reasons because that aspect gets tiresome.

well it wasn't just that one post and it seems more like a growing trend on SA in general. like a lot of GBS these days is "I enjoy eating halibut and if you like any other kind of fish you are untermensch beta" kind of crap, I'd just not like to see that kind of poo poo spread in here too much

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Answers Me posted:

Are there any other bands that are this good at cultivating their mystique and getting people to obsess over every little detail? Maybe Boards of Canada, but not quite to the same extent.

yes, huge acts like The Beatles and David Bowie have legions of extreme fans who know (or think they know) every little detail of every aspect of recording every song, the precise meaning and hidden meaning behind every word, the full detailed life story of every band member, producer, engineer, roadie, etc. and how that is reflected in the lyrics, etc.

also bands that developed their own sort of cult like the Grateful Dead have a lot of that going on

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



I listen to music in too many different places to get an accurate list like that, but I'm pretty sure my most frequently played song is Reckoner. It's not my absolute favorite but I like it a lot and listen to it most frequently because I was learning it on piano for a while.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Creep is a good song.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



I thought TKOL was ok when it came out but it was seeing them do those songs live that made me love it.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



yeah I think for a while there was a theory there would be a "second half" in the same way that Amnesiac was to Kid A

and to be fair, 37 minutes is definitely pretty short for a full length album these days. I don't think anyone "deserved" a longer album but I can understand why people were a little taken aback by how short it was.

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Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



I am not sure wtf is going on here but "syncopation" essentially just means having a part that is (usually temporarily) out of rhythm with the piece of music it is in. it can certainly be found in dubstep but it can also be found in pretty much every genre of music

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



it is a pool that is shaped like a moon, but the shape of the pool constantly changes to map the moon as we see it. when the moon is full so is the pool, when the moon is a crescent the pool is shaped like a crescent, when the moon is new the pool is gone

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Rollersnake posted:

If we had a dedicated Frank Zappa or King Crimson thread, those would.

the prog thread is full of Crimson fans and it doesnt really happen. also they are kind of a different situation in that King Crimson has been several different bands over the years, under the same name and led by the same guitarist, but still different bands with different sounds.

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Genres are best treated as tags, not mutually exclusive categories. A song can easily be "ambient" and "progressive" and "experimental" all at the same time, are you limited to just one? Not sure what system you are using but the more relevant genre tags a song has the more people will easily be able to find it, since different people will categorize the same song differently. Bandcamp's system is quite good for example.

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Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



AARO posted:

It's true I can put a bunch of tags not just one.

What's your bandcamp btw? Is it this? http://seofon.bandcamp.com/

http://disparition.bandcamp.com/

and yeah imo multiple genre tags is the way to go as long as you don't do that stupid spammy poo poo where you stick every conceivable genre you can think of on a track in hopes of increasing view counts (looking at you every other person on hype machine)

Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



if you are just going to see one specific band you like and expect them put on a good show, coachella is not the place for that

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Earwicker
Jan 6, 2003



Sand Monster posted:

I saw comments elsewhere that the crowd at Coachella is generally terrible. Is that largely the reason?

I went in like 2006 and the crowds were pretty bad then and Ive heard theyve gotten much worse

if there are a bunch of bands you like playing it can be a good time, especially if you are high the whole time, but if you are really only interested in one act its not remotely worth it

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