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- As you can see we're not Radiohead, just a site spreading the love around Bebo. We DID have songs but we got caught red handed in the act, so stop asking.
Radiohead are an English rock band from Oxfordshire, initially formed in 1985 under the name On a Friday. Radiohead"s lineup has remained the same since their inception, with Thom Yorke (vocals/rhythm guitar/piano/electronics), Jonny Greenwood (lead guitar/ondes martenot/keyboards/electronic
s), Ed O"Brien (guitar/backing vocals/effects), Colin Greenwood (bass/synthesizers) and Phil Selway (drums/percussion/minor vocals).
Thom and Colin like to dance to Idioteque.
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I'm sure many were familiar with the news of a webcast à la radiohead.tv, it was posted up on Dead Air Space by Stanley Donwood on Thursday 8th November.
Originally to be on www2.radiohead.tv, but they changed back to the original.
I don't know about anyone else, but I was extremely excited once I heard the first few bars of Bodysnatchers, followed by an Autechre-sounding rhythm (confirmed to be Burial, a dubstep artist) with Thom on the decks.
After over 2 hours of sweet video footage, including a mysterious 15 Step video clip, a Smiths and New Order cover, other fellow band members trying their hands at the decks (I was personally pleased with Jonny's choice of Squarepusher - My Red Hot Car) and other various forms of Radiohead tomfoolery, it all went to a standstill whenever the audio cut off as Colin returned to the decks.
Was it deliberate? Accidental? (band members seemed aware of it from the looks of it) Regardless, the video went on avec no audio feed, resulting in many hysterical and panicking posts on the Dead Air Space Talkboard. I myself heard a very faint sound during the webcast (I was in a quiet room whilst recording the audio of the video) and it sounded similar to that of running football commentary. As strange as I thought that, I was quite relieved to hear that others heard the same sound on the Talkboard. Evidence it could be all planned?
There were a few live performances toward the end that I'm sure we all wanted to hear (A stunning version of Nude perhaps?)
Maybe it was all a plan to mess our heads up (they certainly succeeded in the Most Gigantic Lying Mouth of All Time), but regardless, it was a very pleasing experience as I'm sure you will all agree, and hopefully Thom will explain the whole sound dilemma some time soon.
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Best Radiohead album ever? 2nd? 3rd?
Tell us what you think.
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Radiohead - In Rainbows
10th October (Discbox/Digital download)
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