History Music / Radiohead

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* ''A Moon Shaped Pool'' (2016)

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* ''A Moon Shaped Pool'' ''Music/AMoonShapedPool'' (2016)
23rd May '16 5:30:57 PM EllaMegablast
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* AdultFear: ''Hail to the Thief'' as a whole was motivated by this -- it directly followed both 9/11 and the birth of Thom Yorke's son. Clear cut examples from the album include: "A Wolf at the Door" and "I Will."

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* AdultFear: ''Hail to the Thief'' as a whole was motivated by this -- it directly followed both 9/11 and the birth of Thom Yorke's son. Clear cut Clear-cut examples from the album include: include "A Wolf at the Door" and "I Will."



* ArcNumber: 10 for ''In Rainbows:'' A ten letter title, ten tracks, tens prominent in the album art and in promotional material, and was announced ten days before release. All of this indicates a link to ''OK Computer,'' released ten years to the day before ''In Rainbows.'' Popular theory is that the two albums are companion pieces, released ten years apart.
** Thus culminating in the "[[http://puddlegum.net/radiohead-01-and-10/# 01 and 10]]" playlist. Which, unsurprisingly, sounds even better to some people with a ''10'' second crossfade on their player.

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* ArcNumber: 10 for ''In Rainbows:'' A ten letter title, ten tracks, tens prominent in the album art and in promotional material, and was announced ten days before release. All of this indicates a link to ''OK Computer,'' released ten years to the day before ''In Rainbows.'' Popular theory is that the two albums are companion pieces, released ten years apart.
** Thus culminating
apart. This culminated in the "[[http://puddlegum.net/radiohead-01-and-10/# 01 and 10]]" playlist. Which, unsurprisingly, sounds even better to some people with a ''10'' second crossfade on their player.



** This is not merely limited to album tracks. "The Trickster" has one bit in the chorus that skips a bunch of beats, making it something like two bars of 4/4 followed by a bar of 3/4 followed by four bars of 4/4. "Permanent Daylight" switches between 4/4 and 3/4 (or 6/4) frequently (the exact pattern is two bars of 4/4 followed by three of 6/4 or six of 3/4). "India Rubber" has several segments with two bars of 4/4 followed by two of 3/4. "Polyethylene" has a ton of time signature changes, including bits alternating 9/8 and 4/4, bits alternating 10/4 and 4/4, bits alternating 4/4 and 3/4, and so on. "I Am Citizen Insane" is in 10/4. "4 Minute Warning" switches between 6/4, 4/4, and 5/4. "These Are My Twisted Words" is in 5/4 with drums playing a polyrhythm of 4/4. "The Daily Mail" has one segment with one measures of 2/4 followed by two measures of 4/4.
** Depending how you count it, "Sail to the Moon" has as many as 30 or 40 time signature changes, though it's such a subdued song casual listeners might not even notice. It's easily Radiohead's most extreme deployment of this trope, though. [[http://pastebin.com/Hf04Q6Ym Take a look.]]

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** This is not merely limited to album tracks.They do this on their b-sides, too. "The Trickster" has one bit in the chorus that skips a bunch of beats, making it something like two bars of 4/4 followed by a bar of 3/4 followed by four bars of 4/4. "Permanent Daylight" switches between 4/4 and 3/4 (or 6/4) frequently (the exact pattern is two bars of 4/4 followed by three of 6/4 or six of 3/4). "India Rubber" has several segments with two bars of 4/4 followed by two of 3/4. "Polyethylene" has a ton of time signature changes, including bits alternating 9/8 and 4/4, bits alternating 10/4 and 4/4, bits alternating 4/4 and 3/4, and so on. "I Am Citizen Insane" is in 10/4. "4 Minute Warning" switches between 6/4, 4/4, and 5/4. "These Are My Twisted Words" is in 5/4 with drums playing a polyrhythm of 4/4. "The Daily Mail" has one segment with one measures of 2/4 followed by two measures of 4/4.
** Depending how you count it, "Sail to the Moon" has as many as 30 or 40 time signature changes, though it's such a subdued song casual listeners that you might not even notice. It's easily Radiohead's most extreme deployment of this trope, though.trope. [[http://pastebin.com/Hf04Q6Ym Take a look.]]



%%* UrExample: With the "No Surprises" video, Radiohead may have created the world's first lyric video.
23rd May '16 3:00:55 PM EllaMegablast
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'''Radiohead''' is an AlternativeRock group from [[UsefulNotes/{{Britain}} England.]] Before they were Radiohead, they were called On a Friday, this being the only day of the week they were allowed to rehearse at school. Originally your usual type of alt-rock band, the sound on their early albums (''Pablo Honey,'' ''Music/TheBends'') gave way to more ambitious albums that incorporated [[SpaceRock spacey rock]] (''Music/OKComputer'') and [[AvantGardeMusic experimental]] [[ElectronicMusic electronic]] sounds (''Music/KidA,'' ''Music/{{Amnesiac}}'') before finding something of a happy medium (''Music/HailToTheThief'' and beyond). Long story short, every album is a NewSoundAlbum.

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'''Radiohead''' is an AlternativeRock group from [[UsefulNotes/{{Britain}} England.]] Before they were Radiohead, they were called On a Friday, this being the only day of the week they were allowed to rehearse at school. Originally your usual type of alt-rock band, the sound on their early albums (''Pablo Honey,'' ''Music/TheBends'') gave way to more ambitious albums that incorporated [[SpaceRock spacey rock]] echoey, operatic rock (''Music/OKComputer'') and [[AvantGardeMusic experimental]] [[ElectronicMusic electronic]] sounds (''Music/KidA,'' ''Music/{{Amnesiac}}'') before finding something of a happy medium (''Music/HailToTheThief'' and beyond). Long story short, every album is a NewSoundAlbum.



*** ''HTTT'' was actually slated to be released under the title of ''The Gloaming,'' but the band found the title to be "too [[ProgressiveRock prog rock]]" and instead picked a line from "2 + 2 = 5" while the original title was relegated to an EitherOrTitle for the album. However, in this sense, there is a second instance of this trope in the track called "The Gloaming," which has "This is the gloaming" as its final line.

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*** ''HTTT'' was actually slated to be released under the title of ''The Gloaming,'' but the band found the title to be "too [[ProgressiveRock prog rock]]" and instead picked a line from "2 + 2 = 5" while the 5." The original title was relegated to an EitherOrTitle for the album. However, in this sense, there is a second instance of this trope in the track called "The Gloaming," which has "This is the gloaming" as its final line.album.



** "A Moon Shaped Pool" can be heard in the backing vocals for "Identikit."



* AnimatedMusicVideo: "Paranoid Android," "Pyramid Song," "Go to Sleep," "There There" ([[RogerRabbitEffect partially]]), "Burn the Witch" (via claymation), and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iNjNr2HKSA a lot of ''Kid A'''s "blips."]]

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* AnimatedMusicVideo: "Paranoid Android," "Pyramid Song," "Go to Sleep," "There There" ([[RogerRabbitEffect partially]]), "Burn the Witch" (via claymation), (claymation), and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iNjNr2HKSA a lot of ''Kid A'''s "blips."]]



* ArousedByTheirVoice: Thom's singing on "Nude" and "The Amazing Sounds of Orgy" purposely sounds quite sensual.
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: From "Paranoid Android:"
-->The crackle of pigskin
-->The dust and the screaming
-->The yuppies networking.



** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdePOKIIWAg&t=9m21s Weird Fishes]]"

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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdePOKIIWAg&t=9m21s Weird Fishes]]"Fishes.]]"



** For "Pulk / Pull Revolving Doors," Thom spoke the words and applied autotune with ridiculous pitch shifting settings to create a disorienting effect.

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** For "Pulk / Pull Revolving Doors," Thom spoke the words and applied autotune with ridiculous pitch shifting settings to create a disorienting effect.settings.



* {{Bizarrchitecture}}: The "Daydreaming" video, which has Thom walking through doors that lead him to different locations entirely that are uncharacteristic of the doors that led him there. Examples include him leaving a dark hallway and entering a forest, and him going out of another dark corridor and onto a ''beach''.

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* {{Bizarrchitecture}}: The "Daydreaming" video, which has Thom walking through doors that lead him to different locations entirely that are uncharacteristic of the doors that led him there. Examples include him leaving a dark hallway and entering a forest, and him going out of another dark corridor and onto a ''beach''.beach.



** "Nude" heavily alludes to this ("You paint yourself white/And fill up with noise"). The video supports this by way of feather ejaculate. No, really.
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The videos for "Street Spirit (Fade Out)," "Jigsaw Falling Into Place," and "Lotus Flower."

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** "Nude" heavily alludes to this ("You paint yourself white/And fill up with noise").nois=e"). The video supports this by way of feather ejaculate. No, really.
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: DeliberatelyMonochrome:
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The videos for "Street Spirit (Fade Out)," "Jigsaw Falling Into Place," and "Lotus Flower."



** The melody of "Where I End and You Begin"'s climax appears earlier in the song as the bassline. It gives the impression of some kind of evil urge slowly breaking through the surface over the course of the track.
** During the first "if you think this is over, then you're wrong" segment of "Separator," there's a slightly audible vocal track of Thom repeatedly singing "wake me up" that's buried underneath the music. This foretells the outro of the song, where Thom sings that exact line in the same manner.

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** The melody of "Where I End and You Begin"'s climax appears earlier in the song as the bassline. It gives the impression of some kind of evil urge slowly breaking through the surface over the course of the track.\n** During the first "if you think this is over, then you're wrong" segment of "Separator," there's a slightly audible vocal track of Thom repeatedly singing "wake me up" that's buried underneath the music. This foretells the outro of the song, where Thom sings that exact line in the same manner.



** "There There" has a particularly disturbing one. [[SpaceWhaleAesop Remember, kids,]] don't put on golden clothes that you find in the woods [[BodyHorror or else you'll turn into a tree.]]

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** "There There" has a particularly disturbing one. [[SpaceWhaleAesop Remember, kids,]] don't put on golden clothes that you find in the woods woods, [[BodyHorror or else you'll turn into a tree.]]



** ...and retained that warmth while adding more beats and brass on ''The King of Limbs.''

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** ...and and, in turn, retained that warmth while adding more beats and brass on ''The King of Limbs.''



** In "Bloom," Thom holds the final syllables of lines for quite a while.



** "Feral" counts as well. [[note]] The actual lyrics are: "You are not mine / And I am not yours / And that's okay / Please don't judge me." How they got from that to the smeared vocals of the album version is anybody's guess. [[/note]]
** The [[LastNoteNightmare ending]] of "Daydreaming", which has distorted, backmasked voices chanting something unintelligible. [[SubvertedTrope Fans have reportedly confirmed that Thom is muttering "half of my life."]]

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** "Feral" counts as well. [[note]] "Feral."[[note]] The actual lyrics are: "You are not mine / And I am not yours / And that's okay / Please don't judge me." How they got from that to the smeared vocals of the album version is anybody's guess. [[/note]]
** The [[LastNoteNightmare ending]] of "Daydreaming", which has distorted, backmasked voices chanting something unintelligible. [[SubvertedTrope Fans have reportedly confirmed that Thom is muttering sing-muttering "half of my life."]]



* LyricalDissonance: Very common throughout Radiohead's disography, here of the "pretty music, harsh lyrics" variety. [[note]]Thom dislikes how "pretty" his singing voice sounds because it causes this seemingly regardless of what he sings about.[[/note]]

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* LyricalDissonance: Very common Common throughout Radiohead's disography, here of the "pretty music, harsh lyrics" variety. [[note]]Thom dislikes how "pretty" his singing voice sounds because it causes this seemingly regardless of what he sings about.[[/note]]



** "15 Step" is a very warm and upbeat song about a failed love that at least partially uses metaphors connected to hanging, with instances such as the line revolving around the TitleDrop ("15 steps, then a sheer drop").

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** "15 Step" is a very warm and upbeat song about a failed love that at least partially uses metaphors connected to hanging, with instances such as the line revolving around the TitleDrop ("15 steps, then a sheer drop").



** "Paranoid Android," which starts out as a 2, gradually builds up to a 3, then suddenly explodes into a 6 or 7. It shrinks back to a 1 right after that, only to soar up to a 7 again for the last 45 seconds.

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** "Paranoid Android," which starts out as a 2, gradually builds up to a 3, then suddenly explodes into a 6 or 7. It shrinks back to a 1 right after that, only to soar up to a 7 again for the last 45 seconds.



** "Like Spinning Plates" stemmed from an attempt to create an electronic version of "I Will," which would later appear on ''Hail to the Thief.''
** On the second disc of ''In Rainbows,'' "MK 1" is basically a re-arrangement of "Videotape."



** "True Love Waits," formerly an acoustic song only played live, was rearranged for piano and electronics on ''A Moon Shaped Pool.''

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** "True Love Waits," formerly an acoustic song only played live, was rearranged for piano and electronics on ''A Moon Shaped Pool.''



* {{Recut}}: Thom wrote up a considerably shorter alternate tracklisting for ''Hail to the Thief.'' While it cuts out several widely liked songs, it also flows a lot better as an album.

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* {{Recut}}: Thom wrote up a considerably shorter alternate tracklisting for ''Hail to the Thief.'' While it cuts out several widely liked songs, it also flows a lot better as an album.''



** "Just" is sometimes appended with "(You Do It to Yourself)" for this reason. Former: 3 times. Latter: 15. It's often called this by American alternative radio disk jockeys.
** The same also applies to "Street Spirit (Fade Out)," often shortened to "Fade Out" for no reason.

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** "Just" is sometimes appended with "(You Do It to Yourself)" for this reason. Former: The title appears in the song 3 times. Latter: 15. It's often called this by American alternative radio disk jockeys.
The refrain appears 15 times.
** The same also applies to "Street Spirit (Fade Out)," often shortened to "Fade Out" for no reason.Out)."



* SceneryGorn: Parts of the ''Kid A'' artwork incorporate this to varying degrees, the blips especially. Stick figures bleed to death in the snow, their corpses are tossed into pools of blood, distant fires rage across frigid mountainous landscapes, and there is a strong general implication that [[JustBeforeTheEnd the world is falling to pieces.]]

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* SceneryGorn: Parts of the ''Kid A'' artwork incorporate this to varying degrees, artwork, the blips especially. Stick figures bleed to death in the snow, their corpses are tossed into pools of blood, distant fires rage across frigid mountainous landscapes, and there is a strong general implication that [[JustBeforeTheEnd the world is falling to pieces.]]



** ''Kid A'''s WorkingTitle was ''No Logo'' after a seminal anti globalisation text by Naomi Klein. The band refused to allow any advertising on the tour for the album.

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** ''Kid A'''s WorkingTitle was ''No Logo'' after a seminal anti globalisation anti-globalisation text by Naomi Klein. The band refused to allow any advertising on the tour for the album.



** Also in "The National Anthem," where the brass suddenly enters and it becomes into a free jazz jam. The outro of "Optimistic" takes a similarly jazzy turn.

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** Also in "The National Anthem," where the brass suddenly enters and it becomes into a free jazz jam. The outro of "Optimistic" takes a similarly jazzy turn.



* SpoofAesop: The liner notes of ''OK Computer'' are filled with tongue in cheek cut outs from self-help books and instructions on how to make friends, and numerous sequiturs. The effect was described by David Cavanagh of ''Uncut'' as similar to being "lifestyle coached by a lunatic."

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* SpoofAesop: The liner notes of ''OK Computer'' are filled with tongue in cheek cut outs tongue-in-cheek cutouts from self-help books and instructions on how to make friends, and numerous sequiturs.friends. The effect was described by David Cavanagh of ''Uncut'' as similar to being "lifestyle coached by a lunatic."



* TheSomethingSong: "Pyramid Song." [[SubvertedTrope It's got nothing to do with pyramids.]]
** It was originally called "Egyptian Song," which does in fact have something to do with the lyrics. It refers to an Egyptian philosophy of reincarnation and becoming one with everything. [[note]]Apparently the lyrics were inspired by artwork of the Egyptian underworld and Thom's fascination with "time as a cyclical force." Another relation to pyramids might be the hovering "pyramid hotels" that are present in many of the ''Kid A'' / ''Amnesiac'' blips at the time.[[/note]]

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* TheSomethingSong: "Pyramid Song." [[SubvertedTrope It's got nothing to do with pyramids.]]
**
]] [[note]] It was originally called "Egyptian Song," which does in fact have something to do with the lyrics. It refers to an Egyptian philosophy of reincarnation and becoming one with everything. [[note]]Apparently Apparently the lyrics were inspired by artwork of the Egyptian underworld and Thom's fascination with "time as a cyclical force." Another relation to pyramids might be the hovering "pyramid hotels" that are present in many of the ''Kid A'' / ''Amnesiac'' blips at the time.[[/note]]
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* YouCantFightFate: "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" talks about how life is futile and how we will all die in the end anyway, [[AnAesop and proposes that the only way to get through live is to "immerse your soul in love."]]

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* YouCantFightFate: "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" talks about how life is futile and how we will all die in the end anyway, anyway. [[AnAesop and The song proposes that the only way to get through live a life like this is to "immerse your soul in love."]]
22nd May '16 3:29:21 PM EllaMegablast
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** "Motion Picture Soundtrack"'s harp parts are sampled from various old Creator/{{Disney}} movies.



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: "Cuttooth:" "I will leave my wallpaper life / and run away to the foreign legion / as the tanks roll into town."

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: "Cuttooth:" "I The narrator in "Cuttooth" proclaims:
-->I
will leave my wallpaper life / and life
-->and
run away to the foreign legion / as legion
-->as
the tanks roll into town."



* TranquilFury: "I Will," a song against war (especially due to its effects on children) described by Thom as the angriest song he's ever written but sung quite softly.

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* TranquilFury: "I Will," a an anti-war song against war (especially due to (focusing on its effects on children) described by Thom as the angriest song he's ever written but written, is sung quite softly.softly, uses a single guitar, and has no percussion.



* WordSaladLyrics: Nearly literal example: Some of the lyrics on ''Kid A'' came from Thom picking random words and phrases out of a hat. The most {{egregious}} example would probably be "Morning Bell:"
-->"Where'd you park the car? / Where'd you park the car? / Clothes are on the lawn with the furniture / And I might as well / I might as well / Sleepy jack the fire drill / Round and round and round and round and round and round and round..."
** This song isn't nearly as random as it appears, however, as it's about the dissolution of a marriage, and most of the imagery connects to this.
** "Kid A," which was [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GGI8dKq8fA#t=26 apparently created by Jonny on the piano while Thom talked through what he was playing]] (and used vocal distortion to make the song a bit creepier). There's definite Literature/{{The Pied Piper|OfHamelin}} imagery in the song and futuristic elements.
-->I slipped away / I slipped on a little white lie / We've got heads on sticks / We've got ventriloquists / Standing in the shadows at the end of my bed / The rats and the children follow me out of town, etc.
** From "Idioteque:"
-->Who's in a bunker? / Women and children first [[LoopedLyrics and the children first and the children]] / I laugh until my head comes off / Swallow 'till I burst / Who's in a bunker? / I have seen too much / You haven't seen enough / You haven't seen it / Laugh until my head comes off / Women and children first and the children first and the children / Here I'm allowed / Everything all of the time.
** And from "Cuttooth:"
-->I will lead a wallpaper life and run away to the foreign legion / as the tanks roll into town / a little bit of knowledge will destroy you / I build you up to tie you down / tie you to your feet and watch you burn in Hell / in Hell.

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* WordSaladLyrics: Nearly literal example: Some of [[DownplayedTrope Mostly downplayed.]] A better name would be "phrase salad lyrics," since it's not so much the lyrics on ''Kid A'' came from Thom picking random words and word choice as it is the connection between two unrelated statements that throws the listener for a loop. [[note]] This effect was achieved by taking pieces of paper with these phrases written on them and drawing them out of a hat. The most {{egregious}} example would probably be hat to create lyrics. This was based on the Dada/Surrealist "cut-up" technique.[[/note]] See "Morning Bell:"
-->"Where'd -->Where'd you park the car? / Where'd car?
-->Where'd
you park the car? / Clothes car?
-->Clothes
are on the lawn with the furniture / And furniture
-->And
I might as well / I might as well / Sleepy well
** Of course, right after that, it's played straight with the nonsensical phrase "sleepy
jack the fire drill / Round and round and round and round and round and round and round..."
** This song isn't nearly as random as it appears, however, as it's about the dissolution of a marriage, and most of the imagery connects to this.
** "Kid A," which was [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GGI8dKq8fA#t=26 apparently created by Jonny on the piano while Thom talked through what he was playing]] (and used vocal distortion to make the song a bit creepier). There's definite Literature/{{The Pied Piper|OfHamelin}} imagery in the song and futuristic elements.
-->I slipped away / I slipped on a little white lie / We've got heads on sticks / We've got ventriloquists / Standing in the shadows at the end of my bed / The rats and the children follow me out of town, etc.
** From "Idioteque:"
-->Who's in a bunker? / Women and children first [[LoopedLyrics and the children first and the children]] / I laugh until my head comes off / Swallow 'till I burst / Who's in a bunker? / I have seen too much / You haven't seen enough / You haven't seen it / Laugh until my head comes off / Women and children first and the children first and the children / Here I'm allowed / Everything all of the time.
** And from "Cuttooth:"
-->I will lead a wallpaper life and run away to the foreign legion / as the tanks roll into town / a little bit of knowledge will destroy you / I build you up to tie you down / tie you to your feet and watch you burn in Hell / in Hell.
drill."



* YouCantFightFate: "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" talks about how life is futile and how we will all die in the end anyway.

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* YouCantFightFate: "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" talks about how life is futile and how we will all die in the end anyway.anyway, [[AnAesop and proposes that the only way to get through live is to "immerse your soul in love."]]
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--> ''At the end of your life, there comes a darkness''

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--> ''At the end of your life, ''Then into our life there comes a the darkness''



--> ''And there's nowhere to hide...''
--> ''...And all we trapped rag doll cloth people''

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--> ''And there's nowhere to hide...''
hide''
--> ''...And ''You run to the back and you cover your ears''
--> ''It's the loudest sound you've ever heard''
--> ''And
all we trapped rag doll cloth people''
20th May '16 6:13:00 AM EllaMegablast
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+Music/{{REM}}, Music/TalkingHeads, Music/TheBeatles, Music/{{U2}}, Music/DJShadow, Music/MilesDavis, Music/EnnioMorricone, Music/{{Queen}}, Music/{{Pixies}}, Music/ElvisCostello, Music/JeffBuckley, Music/JoyDivision, Music/{{Magazine}}, Music/TheSmiths, Music/SonicYouth, Music/TheBeachBoys, Creator/PhilSpector, Music/ScottWalker, Krzysztof Penderecki, Music/{{Autechre}}, Music/AphexTwin, Music/{{Can}}, Music/{{Neu}}, Music/CharlesMingus, Alice Coltrane, Music/OlivierMessiaen, Music/TheRollingStones, Music/NeilYoung, Music/{{Bjork}}, Music/CrowdedHouse, Music/{{MIA}}, Spank Rock, Liars, Music/{{Burial}}, Modeselektor



** In the bridge of "Reckoner," the rising voices in the background are saying "In Rainbows." Once you realize this the song becomes absolutely hypnotizing.

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** In If you listen carefully, in the bridge of "Reckoner," the rising you can hear soft voices in the background are saying chanting "In Rainbows." Once you realize this the song becomes absolutely hypnotizing."



* AllDrummersAreAnimals: Averted with Philip Selway, who is more subdued than would be expected. In fact, he's released two solo albums consisting of soft ballads that are quite light on percussion.

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* AllDrummersAreAnimals: Averted with Philip Selway, who is more subdued in style and personality than would be expected.this trope suggests. His drumming focuses much less on manic energy and hard-hitting solos than it does on rhythm and texture. In fact, he's released two solo albums consisting of soft ballads that are quite light on percussion.
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** The hidden booklet that came with early pressings of ''Kid A'' deserves [[http://www.actsofvolition.com/include/feature/radiohead/ special mention.]]
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Most of the band members have their own twitter ([[https://twitter.com/thomyorke Thom,]] [[https://twitter.com/JnnyG Jonny,]] [[https://twitter.com/philipselway Philip,]] [[https://twitter.com/colingreenwood Colin]]) have Twitter accounts.

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Most of the band members have their own twitter ([[https://twitter.com/thomyorke Thom,]] [[https://twitter.com/JnnyG Jonny,]] [[https://twitter.com/philipselway Philip,]] [[https://twitter.com/colingreenwood Colin]]) have Twitter accounts.
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