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Amazing Thom Yorke performance

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by JimmyEatWorms, 22 Jul 2006.

  1. JimmyEatWorms

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    I don't know anything about playing the geeeetar but that just sounds amazing to me.
     
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  2. ichabod crane

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    Out standing LINK there thanks made my night :D was just listening to eraser
     
  3. William

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    That is pretty damn fine, plus he has good shoe taste. :cool:
     
  4. mrmoose

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    that is awesome, thanks for the link.
     
  5. IceBus

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    Awesome :) I didn't really like the album on first listen through, but that's a great performance :D
     
  6. Zefan

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    That IS lush.
     
  7. Carzy

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    I saw this on Pitchfork a few days ago, it's amazing. The new album is awesome too. Thom Yorke is a ****ing genius.
     
  8. loltim

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    :cool:
     
  9. One More Solo

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    Tabs!
     
  10. area51_for_psx

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    He is a legend. Long live Radiohead
     
  11. ballistic

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    he's crap
     
  12. Nitefly

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    I wouldn't go that far, but I find this song a little repetitive. The later Thom York and radiohead songs have melodies so threadbare that its almost a chore to listen to. Admittedly, these songs are growers. Not to impressed with this one in all honesty.
     
  13. William

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    In what way?
     
  14. pugster

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    i have to agree there ,just sounds like its on a loop ,if you wanna listen to a proper acoustic player watch some tommy emmanuel.
     
  15. Nitefly

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    To expand on my point, I made a new thread just to state my disgust of a radiohead album and in particular this song around 6 months ago. I thought it was officially the worst 'song' ever. Admittedly this is more listenable, but this live performance is far more inspiring for me.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYvyrTV6FGU&search=radiohead national anthem
    Perhaps 'The Clock' will be a grower like this? I can only hope.
     
  16. G|mp

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    In the way the Ballistic is a dirty little troll and should just **** off tbh
     
  17. ballistic

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    hahahaha

    but no seriously the song is awful and he's just whining for 4 minutes with a continuos guital loop
     
  18. Christo

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    This Is even better imo - its from the same set at the clock on the Henry Rollins show. (Cymbal Rush)
     
  19. IceBus

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    Ignore this plank. He's been trolling the Sports Arena for months now.
     
  20. ballistic

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    the only plank is you, just because you have a differing point of you, maybe you are the 'plank'.