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I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings
 : I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings

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by: Radiohead


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Emm/Capitol
EAN: 0724353661625
Feature: RADIOHEAD I MIGHT BE WRONG - LIVE RECORDINGS
Format: Live
Item Dimensions: 3148814563
Label: Parlophone
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Parlophone
MPN: CDFHEIT45104
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: November 07, 2001
Publisher: Parlophone
Release Date: November 13, 2001
Studio: Parlophone

Features:
  • RADIOHEAD I MIGHT BE WRONG - LIVE RECORDINGS



Disc 1:
  1. The National Anthem
  2. I Might Be Wrong
  3. Morning Bell
  4. Like Spinning Plates
  5. Idioteque
  6. Everything in its Right Place
  7. Dollars And Cents
  8. True Love Waits
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By now, everyone knows how adventurous Radiohead are, which makes this live record--a hairy rock-band cliché--seem like a strange capper to their decidedly cliché-rejecting records. But throughout the hubbub surrounding Kid A, and its Amnesiac companion piece, Radiohead never embraced the notion that they're reinventing anything. Even while a tempest of critics hailed the band as saviors, pulling rock from the jaws of consumerist self-destruction, the band ignored it all, going into stadiums and working out their twisted angst through angry, direct means. "National Anthem"'s fuzzed-out riff rages aggressively behind Thom Yorke's crazed, breath-scat vocal, giving the song a rollicking edge that was nowhere on Kid A. The same effect is heard on "Idioteque," as Yorke, getting backup vocal help from the crowd, sings over an acoustic beat, removing the distant, electronic touch of the studio version. "True Love Waits" aptly ends the record with Yorke and a solo acoustic guitar, which finds just the right touch on a song that Radiohead have played with for years (long-term fans should note the first ever appearance on record of the track). In the end, Radiohead don't really stray too far from the original templates of these songs, they merely play up the highs and milk the lows, just like any good rock band should. -- Matthew Cooke



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