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  1. There are people out there that think Radiohead fans are pretentious. There are also people out there that would buy a Coldplay album over a Radiohead album. On this forum, for the most part, we are here because of a band we love. If I share something, it is for the same reason. Also, that video was actually intended as a Father's day gift, and not my original reason for creating this post. To clarify 1) The MINIDISC remaster is only going out to people who request it by contacting me personally and prove that they have purchased the original album from bandcamp. 2) I reall
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  2. I fucking a hate you peoples. No fan here? Who the fucking hell are tyou to say this early version is good or this one is bad? Get your shit togheter! Give radiohead sone air to breath. This is bad, this good, i think i'm god, come on
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  3. I think someone else mentioned this in wake of the leak, but what really shines through all of this is Radiohead's exceptional ability to get arrangements right; to know when to sit on something, or when to change it, or when to discard it; or when to release it. This lies at the heart of their genius. The fact that they've "gotten it right" more often than not over the course of two and a half decades is remarkable.
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  4. This is a more natural pose with relaxed facial muscles and how I look if you were to glance at me from across the street
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  5. I Don't Want To Hurt You has become a real staple of my daily listen to this gigantic pile. Really wish they had at least developed that as a b-side, I think it would fit nicely with stuff like Melatonin or HIMMM
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  6. Unlike Dylan, who arguably left his best song unreleased, it seems clear that Radiohead doesn't sit on anything really great. Virtually ever song that was recorded during OK Computer and then re-recorded at a later date substantially improved. In Rainbows Nude is a million times better than the OKC version. True Love Waits got a lot better. National Anthem and Glass House got better. Honestly, I am a bit surprised that such a great album didn't have more great outtakes. Most of them are outtakes for a reason. The only exception I can think of is Lift. But maybe I missed a few gems
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  7. This is the correct opinion regarding the best Bob Dylan song, I can confirm.
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  8. hmm. if i remember correctly, "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" was released as the closing track to Bringing It All Back Home in 1965.
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  9. I always had faith. And I've always read the release of Flat!Lift as a form of self-hatred from the band regarding this particular song.
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  10. We've already got EEEEEEDDDDDDDDDDDD and it's weird fishes/arpeggi.
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  11. Are you the Karma Police? Because you Just Let Down that Creep! I Might Be Wrong, but you didn't tell him How To Disappear Completely from this forum yet! Morning Bell Amnesiac. (new atease is awful, i'll leave again)
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  12. Ah yes - very good - thank you. I think I found another one too 'not my fault'.
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  13. Aren’t you that paedophile or am I getting mixed up with a different atease nexus?
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  14. dude, just leave it be. i know who you are and what you've done in the past and i always thought it's just super cringy but this is on another level. meh.
    1 point
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