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Beitrag von matthias » Mo Mär 31, 2008 8:59 am

du meinst " matthias' " :wink:
Morgen breche ich aus, ganz bestimmt.

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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Mo Mär 31, 2008 9:00 am

ich verspeis Dich gleich zum Lunch :twisted: Du Kaspar :wink:
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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Mo Mär 31, 2008 1:18 pm

MTV Live am 04.04.08 um 20:05 Uhr
Radiohead live!

Der legendäre Webcast zum Jahreswechsel in voller Länge. Mit den Songs des aktuellen Albums "In Rainbows".
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Beitrag von Uh huh him » Mo Mär 31, 2008 4:42 pm

oh nein, jetzt werden die kommerz

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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Mo Mär 31, 2008 5:19 pm

:lol:

sagt der ptler, dabei habe ich extra von der homepage weg kopiert
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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Di Apr 01, 2008 11:10 am

www.radioheadremix.com

wieso immer itunes

wieso alle teile einzeln kaufen? dasdochnwitz

was kosten die denn? hab gerade leider keine chance auch nur den hauch eines itunes zu sehen :roll:
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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Di Apr 22, 2008 10:41 am

was zum lachen

http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/music/2008/ ... rtyrs.html

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Paul Lester hat geschrieben:Thom Yorke doesn't like me very much. Big deal, I hear you say, there must be a lot of people that don't like you. And there are. But Thom Yorke doesn't just dislike me. He wants to kill me. Or at least he wanted to. He once spent a sizeable chunk of an Uncut cover story saying as much. And a few years back I had a very unpleasant encounter with the great (small but great; well, great-ish) man in the lobby of the Chateau Marmont hotel in Los Angeles, during which he made known his feelings towards me in front of the rest of Radiohead, who seemed to find the whole scene as embarrassing as I did. The reason for his latent homicidal tendencies? When I was at Melody Maker, we put Yorke's face on the front of the paper, to go with an in-depth interview, next to the immortally provocative question, printed in big, bold type: "Is This the Next Rock Martyr in the Making?"

This rock martyr farrago was in 1995, around the time of The Bends. More pertinently, it was just after the death of Kurt Cobain and disappearance of Richey Edwards of the Manic Street Preachers. There was a lot of talk about rock star depression and self-harming fans in the air. And we at the paper, perhaps like many of the readers, were wondering, I guess, whether Yorke would be the next to go - to buckle under the weight of expectation, to recoil from the pressure of being everybody's favourite tortured rock artist. To commit suicide. We thought it was a fair question. Yorke didn't: he thought it was irresponsible; that we were somehow suggesting that the logical extension of, and final solution to, his downcast worldview was to take his own life; that we were taking a sort of perverse delight in it all, almost encouraging him to absent himself forever because we thought it would be cool. Because, in rock'n'roll, there is nothing cooler than a premature death, especially when it's at the hands of the person dying.

We were only saying what people have been saying for years: that dying young, even if it's not the result of living fast, can be a good thing, if you want to preserve the integrity of your art. Come on, we've just experienced two years of Joy Division mania during which Ian Curtis has been canonised as the patron saint of despair. Can we finally accept, now that he's dead and so worthy of consideration not condemnation, that Tony Wilson knew what he was talking about when he concluded that Curtis' suicide was the best career move he could have made? Not that it was the best thing for his wife and daughter, or for his friends. Instead, Curtis' decision to hang himself at the age of 23 was the ultimate confirmation of his commitment to his lyrics and music. Would Joy Division have been taken less seriously today had Curtis lived? Would there have been films and books about them?

Nirvana are another case in point. Kurt Cobain's suicide caused an immediate retroactive reassessment of their worth. It did! I distinctly remember the sense of ennui in the Maker office about the band just prior to the tumultuous events of April 1994 - the general impression offered by In Utero was that Cobain was some kind of whiny, self-absorbed, grunge, misery guts who could make routinely powerful music but was hardly a suffering godhead. You could almost hear a collective sigh of relief after April 5 1994 that Cobain could no longer further sully his reputation; that the myth-making machinery could finally be cranked into action. Ditto Elvis Presley. On August 15 1977, he was a bloated travesty of his former self, dragging his carcass around the chicken-in-a-basket circuit. On August 16 1977, he was reborn as the hillbilly Adonis. "Remember Him This Way" urged the NME coverline that week next to a picture of the young, beautiful Elvis. At last, we could.

In rock'n'roll, the stakes are high. In no other art form do you see artists almost being willed by their audience to make the ultimate declaration of the sincerity of their intent. Thom Yorke must have known that; that's probably why he was so riled. Radiohead are an adventurous, experimental rock band who make interesting records, but will they be worthy of the mythic biopic treatment in 10 years' time? Probably not: after all, there would be no narrative arc to the story beyond "band makes album, releases another, goes on tour, gets into electronics, dabbles with new modes of cyber practice" and so on. Hardly edge-of-the-seat stuff; hardly the stuff of legend.
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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Mo Mai 05, 2008 8:36 pm

ateaseweb hat geschrieben:Radiohead to return to studio in October

Posted on May 5th, 2008.

Radiohead are set to record new material when the tour ends in October. Ed O’Brien told the BBC: “It’s the life blood of what we do, it’s the thing that keeps you going”

The band ends their tour in Tokyo, Japan in October and will head back to the studio shortly after. Ed: “Because by the end of the tour, you’re bored of what you’re playing. You need more life and energy and the only way to do that is writing new songs.”
Sadly for fans, O’Brien won’t be pushed on when the new songs are likely to be unveiled. He said: “It could be five years, it could be the end of this year, it’s whether it’s any good, that’s the point. We’ve just got to do it and see if it’s any good.”

Radiohead start their tour in West Palm Beach, FL tonight. Playing live is the part Ed enjoys the most. Ed told BBC’s Newsbeat: ”It’s about music and direct communication. But it’s also a very unreal existence. I can’t get excited until we’re doing the soundcheck on the first day and it really dawns on me what we’re doing.”
O’Brien also revealed his passion for Prince, who covered Radiohead’s Creep at the Coachella music festival in California.

He said: “He is probably the greatest at the moment and I remember when he played the Brits two years ago. ”He made everybody, including us, look like amateurs. That’s very flattering, he’s the man. We’d love to do one of his songs but we’d probably murder it.”
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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Mo Jun 09, 2008 9:20 am

http://www.ateaseweb.com/2008/06/08/tho ... s-the-rip/

f*ck, die soll'n cover-album machen :wink:

edit: lololol

creep neueinsteiger in den offiziellen uk-singlecharts auf platz 37. dank der nun i-tunes verfügbarkeit. lololol
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Beitrag von Carsten R. » Di Jun 24, 2008 6:01 pm

Gibt wieder Tickets auf www.tickets.de

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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Di Jun 24, 2008 6:36 pm

auch wenn ich diese verkaufstaktik gut nachvollziehen kann und eigentlich gut finde, verstände ich jeden der das kritisieren würde

aber eigentlich wollte ich posten

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atease hat geschrieben: Radiohead’s performance of the band performing at The Hospital Studio in London is now exclusively available on iTunes.

VH1 broadcast 10 songs last month, which were recorded at Nigel Godrich’s Covent Garden studio. The session entitled RADIOHEAD ‘IN RAINBOWS’ LIVE FROM THE BASEMENT is availabe as 10 separate videos ($0.99 or £ 0.89 per video) on iTunes or in full for $7.99 or £ 6.99 starting today.

Captured in a day, with direction by David Barnard and sound by Nigel Godrich, the videos represent the best recorded representation of Radiohead’s live performance to date. The videos feature live renditions of songs from ‘In Rainbows’ and it’s bonus CD included in its deluxe discbox edition.

The full track listing of video performances is: Bodysnatchers, House of Cards, Nude, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi, 15 Step, Reckoner, Go Slowly, Videotape, Bangers ‘n’ Mash, All I Need.
not on itunes germany so far anscheinend. außerdem natürlich NUR itunes. :roll:
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Beitrag von Kaan K. » Di Jun 24, 2008 8:57 pm

ich ärgert's halt deswegen, weil ich mich damit abgefunden hab, dass es mit Berlin nichts mehr wird und jetzt kein Geld hab... weder für Ticket, noch Berlinfahrt... :(

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Beitrag von Hydro Meteor » Mi Jun 25, 2008 9:26 am

tickets.de vs. fans
1 : 1 :wink:
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