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Posted 04 February 2005 - 10:49 AM
Really, that was also limited? Weird. Well, my old copy has that 'hidden' booklet and I don't know anyone without it. But since I saw the book version for 10 I just had to get that, too.It was only included in the first so many copies of Kid A. I'm not sure of the exact number. I remember I was blown away when I found that booklet. I t'ohly didn't expect it. I started reading it like constantly, and I even wrote a song with some of the lines from that booklet.
Are people refering to the booklet that's hidden behind the back plate of the cd case? I have that in my copy and everybody else I know who has it lacks that hidden booklet thingy. If anyobdy doesnt know, it's some drawings and poetry/lyrics and stuff.
I probably just got bad info. I used to go to ateaseweb if only just to lurk. I don't go so much because everytime I go there's always some racist of homophobic topic going on. Makes me mad. Grrrrrrr
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Posted 05 February 2005 - 09:28 PM
Okay, so I have made several posts here about my passionate hatred for Radiohead and the unabashed fellatio they receive from most music critics. I got Hail to the Thief and it all just seemed so pretentious. Fast forward about 6 months...
I put on Hail to the Thief again..."2+2=5" just blows me away, and "There There" is just incredible. There are a few others as well, but then I bought OK Computer to see if it was the real deal.
This was about the first week in January...so now it's Feb 1, and I own all major studio albums except for Pablo Honey, and the other 5 are probably in my top 30 as far as all albums I own. I got on this Radiohead kick and I haven't stopped all month. It's just crazy.
So since we haven't had a Radiohead topic in 2-3 months, give me your SINGLE favorite song..tough since they have done so much top-notch stuff, but I say...
"How to Disappear Completely"....so emotional, so picturesque...it's just incredible.
How bout everyone else? Anybody else had this experience with other bands?
radiohead is the best band ever. get every album of their's. you wont regret it. hmmm i guess i'll say my single favorite song is fake plastic trees.
Posted 07 February 2005 - 07:33 AM
The only other one I'm missing of their's that I'm semi-interested in is the I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings EP, but that just seems like a huge screw job...I mean, almost EVERY song on the damn thing appeared on their other albums? I don't really feel like paying for a THIRD version of "Morning Bell", but I have heard that "True Love Waits" is worth the $13/$14 alone...we'll see.
Posted 07 February 2005 - 07:48 AM
the live ep is definitely worth it, and not just for true love waits. try downloading the live idioteque and everything in it's right place and see if you like it.
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hell of a live show though.
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Posted 08 February 2005 - 04:33 AM
What I've heard from most Radiohead fans is that Airbag/How Am I Driving? is absolutely incredible. Trying to find downloads but I don't see any at the moment. However, the only place I could find this thing under $30 is eBay.
I will probably take you guys up on the live EP; I just can't believe that they didn't put more B-sides on this. Radiohead B-sides are always freakin money!
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