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    YouTube doesn't do it justice. That was an incredible show!

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    Great show last night in Seattle. I've seen Radiohead a handful of times since 2001, and it was cool to see Thom in a smaller venue and very different format. Dawn Chorus and Unmade were great, intimate performances.
    He apparently came out about a half hour after the show ended and signed things for people who were still hanging around, in case anyone going to an upcoming show is into the autographs.

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    Buddy bought me a ticket for Radio City 3/20. I didn't really tell him I was def. in, but he went ahead anyway. It's all good, he got good seats and I def. wanna see Thom solo.

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    Big update to the official website, with a slick new look and lots of video content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    Big update to the official website, with a slick new look and lots of video content.
    Very cool, and full shows on there.

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    Veeeery cool that they are putting up for sale shirts from all their different eras, I think I'm going to buy something from the KOL era

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    It somehow reminded me of Rob Sheridan's idea of nin.com which was supposed to have a page for every past live date ever with related photos/videos/forum topics, which he mentioned circa LITS era.

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    The library is open!

    Could you imagine if nin.com did this?

    I mean, I'm sure we have enough resources around us to be able to do this.

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    So many live videos!!

    A couple of old songs were finally made available digitally, Radiohead's "I Want None of This", all 3 Atoms for Peace b-sides, and Thom Yorke's Hearing Damage, to name a few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixML View Post
    So many live videos!!

    A couple of old songs were finally made available digitally, Radiohead's "I Want None of This", all 3 Atoms for Peace b-sides, and Thom Yorke's Hearing Damage, to name a few.
    What about The Butcher?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    What about The Butcher?
    All 5 King of Limbs "b-sides" were made available a couple of years ago (in North America and UK at least).

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    Confirmed: Drill EP officially declared "not so embarrassing anymore that we won't stream it to you".

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    This is impressive.

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    Probably the most amazing thing is that every shirt seems to come in 2XL, and that is wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    Confirmed: Drill EP officially declared "not so embarrassing anymore that we won't stream it to you".
    I’d love TR to write this exact same thing re: Purest Feeling, EDIETS video and whatever other shelved projects we can think of. The video for Everything, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by botley View Post
    Confirmed: Drill EP officially declared "not so embarrassing anymore that we won't stream it to you".
    But Pop is Dead is, apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricil View Post
    But Pop is Dead is, apparently.
    Long live pop

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    I was thinking last night, it would be possible to make like a “diet” version of this for NIN.

    Album eras on the left with singles and remix eps below, music videos, then on the right pro-shot videos from NIN Live appropriate to the era

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixML View Post
    ... "I Want None of This"...
    i had never even heard​ of this song....holy shit it's fucking good. radiohead is one of the few bands that can do so many slow songs that i adore.

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    Just picked up Kid A on vinyl. I'm sure I'm in for a treat.

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    Going through the archives, I really wish they would do a proper recording of "Unravel" by Bjork. The version on one of the webcasts just sounds so beautiful.

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    nice to have (nearly) everything they have released along with Atoms for Peace and solo Thom all available on the streaming services. One thing i noticed missing is (ocean) Bloom, the rework of Bloom with Hans Zimmer for Blue Planet 2. i don't think it ever had a real release, not sure why. the youtube videos of it seem to be either the portion of the episode with narration interspersed or (maybe?) fan edits to make it complete. sounds beautiful that way.

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    A solo live performance exists on streaming services, try looking for Bloom under Thom Yorke. It's the new version (before the ocean mix?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixML View Post
    A solo live performance
    Ah, yes i forgot about that, very nice, all those tracks from that session promoting Suspiria so beautiful. I can only find on youtube though.

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    It's really nice seeing the Kid A/Amnesiac era webcasts in higher resolution with decent sound, even if most of it those are still highly skippable. Seems like they put in a good effort to get fresh copies of their videos too - I was always disappointed in how much the video for Pyramid Song was mangled by MPG compression of the era, and it looks like I managed to find about 1/3rd of the Kid A blipverts - also in terrible resolution with terrible compression.

    I forgot how much Radiohead I listened to in the early 2000s. Nice job bringing it back around again.

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    Sorry if this was posted before and I missed it.
    This D'Angelo/Radiohesd mashup album is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brotha52 View Post
    This D'Angelo/Radiohesd mashup album is great.
    i believe this guy, Roman GianArthur, runs in Janelle Monae's circle. nothing to do with D'Angelo as far as i know, just an EP of Radiohead covers by Roman. I agree, it is highly enjoyable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talkingnothing View Post
    i believe this guy, Roman GianArthur, runs in Janelle Monae's circle. nothing to do with D'Angelo as far as i know, just an EP of Radiohead covers by Roman. I agree, it is highly enjoyable.
    Let me educate you on the D'Angelo aspect of this.
    https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0J...R3eA55LEUkGl-Q

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