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  • Kid Cudi and Mac Miller have been playing on my ipod for almost a month straight now.

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    • I'm sorry.
      You should get that fixed.

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      • Originally posted by Bengals78 View Post
        I'm sorry.
        You should get that fixed.
        why is that?

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        • Originally posted by Paul View Post
          Amnesiac is Radiohead's only misstep in my opinion. Though it does have I Might Be Wrong on it.


          I'm in ******* love with this album right now.


          So Good.
          I am a huge fan of Like Spinning Plates myself. The video is ******* fantasic and I think the song is brilliant. I think it is great that Yorke sang the lyrics backwards and then reversed it for the recording.



          Then there is the Live version which I am learning to play on piano and while it isn't on the album it is ******* great.


          I actually really enjoy Amnesiac.

          If I had to rank albums I would go
          1. Hail to the Thief
          2. Kid A
          3. In Rainbows
          4. Ok Computer
          5. The Bends
          6. Amnesiac
          7. Pablo Honey

          This is not included any others albums or B sides (if I did I would have to rank the I Might Be Wrong ep near the top. To be honest the only Radiohead album that doesn't get constant play be me is Pablo Honey, I am quite the Radiohead fangirl and really 1 through 6 changes all the time.

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          • Originally posted by Dr. Gonzo View Post
            I am a huge fan of Like Spinning Plates myself. The video is ******* fantasic and I think the song is brilliant. I think it is great that Yorke sang the lyrics backwards and then reversed it for the recording.
            Love that song.

            If I had to rank albums I would go
            1. Hail to the Thief
            2. Kid A
            3. In Rainbows
            4. Ok Computer
            5. The Bends
            6. Amnesiac
            7. Pablo Honey

            This is not included any others albums or B sides (if I did I would have to rank the I Might Be Wrong ep near the top. To be honest the only Radiohead album that doesn't get constant play be me is Pablo Honey, I am quite the Radiohead fangirl and really 1 through 6 changes all the time.
            You are grossly under-rating Ok Computer, but since you love Radiohead, I'll let it slide :)

            1. Ok Computer
            2. Kid A
            3. The Bends
            4. Hail to The Thief
            5. Amnesiac
            6. In Rainbows.

            I never listen to Pablo Honey. Just don't enjoy it other than "Creep".

            I still have never seen them live. I HOPE HOPE HOPE that they play at ACL Fest this summer.

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                • OK Computer will always be my top RH album. I still have vivid memories about my first time listening to it. Especially Let Down, which blew my mind, and it's still my favorite radiohead track.



                  1. Ok Computer
                  2. The Bends
                  3. Hail To The Thief
                  4. Kid A
                  5. In Rainbows
                  6. Pablo Honey
                  7. Amnesiac

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                  • Damn, TACKLE, that is a mighty fine song. It's been ages since I've heard it. Glad to see that there are still Dylan fans around.

                    I saw him in concert a few years ago and I was absolutely disappointed. Terrible. I was hoping to catch him on a good day, which he supposedly still has now and then.

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                    • Originally posted by JoeJoeBrown View Post
                      Love that song.



                      You are grossly under-rating Ok Computer, but since you love Radiohead, I'll let it slide :)

                      1. Ok Computer
                      2. Kid A
                      3. The Bends
                      4. Hail to The Thief
                      5. Amnesiac
                      6. In Rainbows.

                      I never listen to Pablo Honey. Just don't enjoy it other than "Creep".

                      I still have never seen them live. I HOPE HOPE HOPE that they play at ACL Fest this summer.
                      I check their website every couple days eagerly awaited news on the new album and tour dates. I will pay any price to see them this time around and will go to the closest venue to where I am (I am hoping they hit Montreal again). They are just so ******* fantastic live.

                      OK Computer does seem low on my list but really the top 6 are interchangeable. Paul is right on about Let Down, such a brilliant song. Tough to beat the 1-2 punch of Let Down and Karma Police. Really the only miss on that album is Fitter Happier and I do feel Electioneering is an incredibly underrated Radiohead song.

                      I put In Rainbows so high on my list because it is a great album but also because Jigsaw Falling Into Place is in my biased opinion one of the greatest songs of all time and certainly one of my favorites. For a good year the thumbs down version on youtube was my song to smoke to. I have Hail to the Thief so high because I don't feel it gets enough love and because I am constantly playing it.

                      Kid A is just pure brilliance with How to Disapear Completely being another of my all time favorite songs and in my opinion a musical ******* masterpiece. I could go on forever though, simply put I ******* adore Radiohead.

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                        • Originally posted by Dr. Gonzo View Post
                          I check their website every couple days eagerly awaited news on the new album and tour dates. I will pay any price to see them this time around and will go to the closest venue to where I am (I am hoping they hit Montreal again). They are just so ******* fantastic live.

                          OK Computer does seem low on my list but really the top 6 are interchangeable. Paul is right on about Let Down, such a brilliant song. Tough to beat the 1-2 punch of Let Down and Karma Police. Really the only miss on that album is Fitter Happier and I do feel Electioneering is an incredibly underrated Radiohead song.

                          I put In Rainbows so high on my list because it is a great album but also because Jigsaw Falling Into Place is in my biased opinion one of the greatest songs of all time and certainly one of my favorites. For a good year the thumbs down version on youtube was my song to smoke to. I have Hail to the Thief so high because I don't feel it gets enough love and because I am constantly playing it.

                          Kid A is just pure brilliance with How to Disapear Completely being another of my all time favorite songs and in my opinion a musical ******* masterpiece. I could go on forever though, simply put I ******* adore Radiohead.
                          LOL, you really are a super fan! Fitter Happier actually is perfect for that album, IMO. It didn't mean much to me in college, but as I've gotten older, it really hits home as a poignant robotic poetic interlude.

                          BTW, have you seen this about 1 and 0 wrt Radiohead and how they have a secret album that spans music from over a decade? Check out #9 and especially #8.

                          Pretty freaking crazy.

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                          • 1. Hail to the Thief - I Will into Punchup at a Wedding is orgasmic as is Wolf at the door.
                            2. OK Coumputer- Eerie, scary, brilliant. Lucky might be my all time fave. Johnny Greenwood shines on this album.
                            3. Kid A- Love love love this albums uniqueness. Everything in its right place, How to disappear completely, National anthem, some of their best for sure.
                            4. In Rainbows- Initially I didn't like this but it grew on me fast. House of cards, Weird fishes and You're all I need are beautiful.
                            5. Amnesiac- Hunting Bears, Pyramid Song, I might be wrong...
                            6. The Bends- More mellow but has Just which ******* shreds, one of the best music videos ever too.

                            I pretty much ****** adore Radiohead too, best band of our generation for sure. And like Gonzo said this is not a set list it's always changing, one thing that makes them so great.
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                            • Originally posted by JoeJoeBrown View Post
                              LOL, you really are a super fan! Fitter Happier actually is perfect for that album, IMO. It didn't mean much to me in college, but as I've gotten older, it really hits home as a poignant robotic poetic interlude.

                              BTW, have you seen this about 1 and 0 wrt Radiohead and how they have a secret album that spans music from over a decade? Check out #9 and especially #8.

                              Pretty freaking crazy.
                              Now I am going to make that playlists. Thanks a lot for the link.

                              Fitter Happier has for sure grown on me but I still will only listen to it every now and again.

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                              • Originally posted by Dr. Gonzo View Post
                                Now I am going to make that playlists. Thanks a lot for the link.

                                Fitter Happier has for sure grown on me but I still will only listen to it every now and again.
                                Oh, it's not one that I would listen to specifically, it's just on the album playlist.

                                Enjoy the uber album.

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