Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Radiohead's Thom Yorke's artwork to go on show

Artwork allegedly by Thom Yorke and Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood is set to be exhibited.

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Lowlands determined to get Radiohead next year

Radiohead @ Lowlands 2007?

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its time to change design, so i will use some one of recent movies!!

New Radiohead Material

A glimpse at the new Radiohead album with a short montage of new tracks. The tracks featured are 'Open Pick', 'All I Need', '?(New Song?, I Froze Up?, Burn The Witch?)', 'Down Is The New Up', 'Arpeggi' and 'Bangers N' Mash'.

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ALL the singles of Radiohead collected (video clips)

here is a compilation of radiohead videoclips.

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Thursday, July 26, 2007

Album Review of Radiohead's "OK Computer"

I was nowhere near ready for OK Computer, or really Radiohead in general when I first heard this album. When I first heard it in 2002 or 2003 I bashed it as alien music and derided its followers as pretenders who merely claimed to like the album because it was en vogue.

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Stereogum Presents...OKX: A Tribute to OK Computer

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Radiohead's OK Computer we've asked some of our favorite musicians to participate in a song-by-song covers compilation. But note: we did this all legal and everything, so we can't keep these up forever...get 'em before someone else does. Ambition makes you look pretty.

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Radiohead call music industry 'retards'

Radiohead's Thom Yorke calls the music industry "a bunch of fucking retards" in this week's issue of NME.The singer has launched a scathing attack on record companies and radio stations as he believes they are only just now looking at the internet for new talent.

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The Corruptibles: How Hollywood is Trashing Your Rights

The EFF has made a hilarious (scary?) video showing what might happen if hollywood's lobbies are successful.

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Radiohead's "OK Computer" named top album of the past 20 years

Spin magazine named Radiohead's "OK Computer" the top album of the past 20 years, praising a futuristic sound that manages to feel alive "even when its words are spoken by a robot."

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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Radiohead included in top live bands list

as they say in the contest of the rolling stone, top live bands.

yes, they are some of the best.
just before white stripes.
they got the second place!
and about that rare disc, the eraser... i think that disc is really weird.. when i heared hail to the thief, my impression was that radiohead was going to change again to alternative rock, but with thom solo disc.. they make good remixes with electronic sounds.. i think radiohead has a bit of everything. what do you think??
what side of radiohead you like the most?

as far i know, radiohead has 2 kind of fans, the creeps and the other ones. some guys only know radiohead by their song creep, i think thats not cool! but whatever...

so, what kind of fan are you? creep or you are a really good fan?
well, the radiohead new album is coming, maybe this year. every body talk about it.
i have heared about 5 songs of the new discs, and let me tell you, they are pretty cool! im just waiting for the disc. a friend told me that in amazon they sell the disc or something. but it isnt released yet.

Thursday, December 28, 2006

radiohead live at bonaroo 2006:
part1; http://www.megaupload.com/?d=K6FBINN0

part1(97mb) part2(92mb) 28 tracks tracklist:
01 There There
02 2+2=5
03 15 Step
04 Arpeggi
05 Exit Music
06 Kid A
07 Dollars and Cents
08 Videotape
09 No Surprises
10 Paranoid Android
11 The Gloaming
12 The National Anthem
13 Climbing Up the Walls
14 Nude
15 Street Spirit
16 The Bends 17 Myxomatosis 18 How to Disappear Completely First Encore: 19 You And Whose Army? 20 Pyramid Song 21 Like Spinning Plates 22 Fake Plastic Trees 23 Bodysnatchers 24 Lucky 25 Idioteque 26 Karma Police Second Encore: 27 House of Cards 28 Everything in Its Right Place

Wednesday, October 04, 2006