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    Here is a fan-made Google doc with the entire tracklisting.
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    Radiohead

    This is what you get. when you mess with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jord View Post
    We got hacked last week - someone stole Thom’s minidisk archive from around the time of OK Computer, and reportedly demanded $150,000 on threat of releasing it.
    Sounds like a real thing that definitely happened lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamsrib View Post
    Sounds like a real thing that definitely happened lol
    Are you implying that they lied about it? Why would they do that? The proceeds from the bandcamp sales aren't even going to the band, it goes to charity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haysey View Post
    Very cool response!

    What i'd give for this with NIN...then i laughed at myself for even thinking Trent would keep even a small amount of this shit on anything even remotely hackable!
    And then you remember that Getting Smaller leaked onto the net because a working mix was on a CD in his car's disc drive and the valet lifted it...

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    has anyone downloaded the "official" FLACs, is it really an improvement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haysey View Post
    Very cool response!

    What i'd give for this with NIN...then i laughed at myself for even thinking Trent would keep even a small amount of this shit on anything even remotely hackable!
    well technically speaking minidiscs, as a format, are largely forgotten about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armogi View Post
    has anyone downloaded the "official" FLACs, is it really an improvement?
    It's a small improvement, but the thing to remember is that the sources are not lossless. Also, there was 56:53 of (uncleared) samples cut from the official release. It's stilll more than worth $23.

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    Also depends what method was used to extract the MDs. I did a project recently and it was remarkably hard to do a full fidelity digital extraction. I suspect Radiohead haven’t (or their archive copy would be atrac) so likely an analogue recording.

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    They've also added mastering moves (including a bit of limiting) to the official version. It's a smoother listen overall, but some of the full band tracks are slightly less dynamic, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmtd View Post
    Also depends what method was used to extract the MDs. I did a project recently and it was remarkably hard to do a full fidelity digital extraction. I suspect Radiohead haven’t (or their archive copy would be atrac) so likely an analogue recording.
    I used Audacity to check the first 3 (MD111-MD113): there is difference in the left and right channels. I still suspect this was recorded in SP mode (5:1 compression) @ 292 kbps.

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    Meh if the band wanted us to hear it then we would've by now.

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    So, it seems that Thom Yorke really liked Year Zero's ARG and he is doing his own for his new solo album.
    https://anima.technology/
    https://twitter.com/Fellwolf/status/1139145404371689473
    https://www.reddit.com/r/AnimaTechno...196192_number/

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    Another round of North American tour dates for Thom, on sale Friday
    (W.A.S.T.E. presale on Weds)

    Sept 26 - Laval, QC - Place Bell
    Sept 27 - Toronto, ON - Scotiabank Arena
    Sept 29 - Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE
    Sept 30 - Columbus, OH - Express Live!
    Oct 4 - Austin, TX - Austin City Limits 2019
    Oct 6 - Atlanta, GA - Fox Theatre
    Oct 9 - New Orleans, LA - Mahalia Jackson Theater
    Oct 11 - Austin, TX - Austin City Limits 2019
    Oct 18 - Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre
    Oct 20 - Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre
    Oct 21 - Vancouver, BC - Orpheum
    Oct 22 - Portland, OR - Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
    Oct 25 - Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl
    Oct 26 - Las Vegas, NV - The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan
    Oct 29 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre
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    Thom Yorke - ANIMA

    June 27 - Digital
    July 19 - CD/Vinyl

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    I am so sad not to be excited by any of this.

    I mean, an acoustic solo show, I would go in a heartbeat!

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    ANIMA is out at midnight! woot woot.

    https://pitchfork.com/thepitch/5-tak...w-album-anima/

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixML View Post
    I am so sad not to be excited by any of this.

    I mean, an acoustic solo show, I would go in a heartbeat!
    I'd say it's likely the only time you'll see Thom with a guitar again is when he's fronting Radiohead.

    I pre-ordered the Anima vinyl, but passed on the Greek Theater shows, as I caught him last December at the Orpheum in LA.

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    Anima preorder download links are going out as I type and it is already on streaming services.

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    The short film/triple music video they released on Netflix is pretty cool. Awesome choreography.

    Still on first listen of the album. Pitchfork was correct when they said basically where Atoms For Peace left off (not that that is a bad thing).

    Basically a Thom Yorke X Boards of Canada collab...

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    My first listen of a Thom Yorke solo album usually end up in frustration or boredom. But the further the album went, the more the atmosphere and sounds made sense, the easier it got. Very Atom for Peaces like. Which I end up loving. I will listen at least a second time.

    Also, Aenima, Anima. Alright I'm done.

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    Really fun album to listen to.

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    Really liking the new album. Much more punchy and energetic than the previous album, which, while it had its moments, felt fairly regressive. This album feels like it's going forward, backwards, and side to side and I'm all in for it.

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    Never been the biggest fan of Thom's solo stuff, but this album really does it for me. I agree with what all the reviews seem to be saying that it's his first solo album where it feels complete and not like a bunch of half finished demos.

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    As uneasy as the album may be, Thom Yorke finds a way to pull you into his journey and pushes your musical boundaries. And even though not everything is joy, I still find some comfort in his melodies. I love Anima. I won't listen to it everyday, but the experience was worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixML View Post
    As uneasy as the album may be, Thom Yorke finds a way to pull you into his journey and pushes your musical boundaries. And even though not everything is joy, I still find some comfort in his melodies. I love Anima. I won't listen to it everyday, but the experience was worth it.
    very well said sir.
    I'm usually not a fan of his solo stuff ut this is quite an enjoyable listen, and yeah not everyday.

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    Y'all... I missed the train on the Radiohead minidiscs. Anyone able to help me out?

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    Thom Bjorke



    as seen on Reddit

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    I saw Thom Yorke last night. You gotta see this show. Tarik Barri (the third guy) creates incredible visual contents. With 5 non-Radiohead albums to cover, there are a lot to digest. I thought I was familiar with everything, but maybe one song or two slipped my knowledge (either from Suspiria or a b-side). It was a nice change of pace from Radiohead and I didn't expect to appreciate as much as I did. My wife came with me and she knew one song and saw the Netflix special, but she enjoyed it all the way.

    Go check some youtube, it's worth it.

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