Radiohead ‎– I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings

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1 The National Anthem 4:57
2 I Might Be Wrong 4:52
3 Morning Bell 4:14
4 Like Spinning Plates 3:47
5 Idioteque
Written-By – Paul Lansky, Radiohead
4:24
6 Everything In Its Right Place 7:42
7 Dollars And Cents 5:13
8 True Love Waits 5:02

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Songs were recorded from shows in Oxford, Berlin, Oslo and Vaison la Romaine.

Published by Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. except track 5 published by Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd./Grimtim Music.

℗ 2001 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd. © 2001 EMI Records Ltd. Manufactured by Capitol Records, Inc.

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 2435-36616-2 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 724353661625
  • Matrix / Runout: 724 353661625RE1· MASTERED BY EMI MFG. 1-1-13
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L044
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi 1633

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12FHEIT 45104, 7243 5 36616 1 8 Radiohead I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings(12", EP) Parlophone, Parlophone 12FHEIT 45104, 7243 5 36616 1 8 UK 2001 Sell This Version
724353661649 Radiohead I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings(Cass) Parlophone 724353661649 2001 Sell This Version
TOCP 54143 Radiohead I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings(CD, EP, RE, Unofficial) Capitol Records TOCP 54143 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
7243 5 36616 4 9 Radiohead I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings(Cass) EMI 7243 5 36616 4 9 Thailand 2001 Sell This Version
368 536616 2 Radiohead I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings(CD, EP) Warner/Chappell Music, Warner Music UK Ltd. 368 536616 2 Brazil 2001 Sell This Version

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DoYouDigitNow

DoYouDigitNow

April 19, 2014
Try comparing the album artwork to 'Airbag / How Am I Driving?'.
bolle88

bolle88

December 1, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

Why the h*ll is this cd only 40 minutes long?! A cd normally have the capacity to have 80 minutes music, so why did Radiohead only use the half? It is for sure a mystery...

Oh well, enough with the criticism. Even if I'm missing at least 15 minutes music, I can't say anything else than the fact that this is one of the best live-albums I've ever heard! All the tracks, except for "True love waits", are written during their experimental era. And all of these tracks sounds sooooo much better live!

Track #1, "The National Anthem", is the perfect opener. The ultra-cool bass, Thom Yorkes staccato-voice and all these beautiful sweeping melodies puts into the right mood! It's like Pink Floyd of 21th century!
Next track, "I might be wrong", is kind of the same style as track #1. You just feel really cool while listening to this track.
"Morning bell" is the version from "Kid A" which is a smooth chilling-song. At least the first three minutes. The last minute, though, is nothing but WILD!
Next up is the biggest surprise on the album. "Like spinning plates" was on "Amnesiac" one of the most experimental tracks, sounding like the whole song was backwards. But on this album, it is a pure Radiohead-ballad. A piano, Thom's lovely voice. Nothing more...Awesome!
The tempo rises a lot with the next track: "Idioteque". A mix of breakbeat-like beats, really hunting vocals from Thom and an ambient-sounding melody makes this song really unique. A big plus to the wild audience who lift up the song a few levels...
"Everything's in it's right place" is three and a half minute longer here than on "Kid A". Those minutes are filled with some really weird, psychedelic sounds that makes the comparisson to Pink Floyd even better! Mmmmm...
Track #7, "Dollars and cents", is also one of those feeling-so-so-so-cool-tunes, just a little bit slower that #1 and #2. Still great, even though I'd love to hear some more experimenting on this track.
And finally, the highlight: "True love waits". Written during their "OK Computer"-era this is the first time it's on an official release. Like "Like spinning plates" this is a classic Radiohead-ballad. And I must say that this might be the best of all! 'Touching' is the right word for sure!

Great finish on a great album! But your next live-album should be at least one hour long, Radiohead! =)
kinfowl

kinfowl

August 29, 2002
brilliant. i'll be perfectly honest...the melody of "Like Spinning Plates" combined with Yorke's voice is so beautiful, it sent a chill down my spine so cold i cried my heart out. thanks a lot thom.