Radiohead ‎– Com Lag (2plus2isfive)

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TOCP-66280 Radiohead Com Lag (2plus2isfive)(CD, Comp, Enh, Ltd, Dig) Parlophone TOCP-66280 Japan 2004 Sell This Version
TOCP-66280 Radiohead Com Lag (2plus2isfive)(CD, Comp, Enh) Parlophone TOCP-66280 Japan 2004 Sell This Version
0404011, none Radiohead Com Lag (2plus2isfive)(CD, Comp, Unofficial) East Records (3), Sony (2) 0404011, none Russia 2004 Sell This Version
DSD-0081 Radiohead Com Lag(2xHDCD, Comp) Sony Music Entertainment (Taiwan) DSD-0081 Taiwan 2004 Sell This Version
DSD-0446 Radiohead Com Lag(2xHDCD, Comp, 24-) Sony Music DSD-0446 China 2004 Sell This Version
07243 576768 2 3 Radiohead Com Lag(CD, Comp, Unofficial) EMI (2) 07243 576768 2 3 Europe 2004 Sell This Version
00946 3 93479 0 2 Radiohead Com Lag (2plus2isfive)(CD, Comp, Enh, Dig) Parlophone 00946 3 93479 0 2 Europe 2007 Sell This Version
00946 3 93479 0 2 Radiohead Com Lag (2plus2isfive)(CD, Comp, Enh, RE, Dig) Parlophone 00946 3 93479 0 2 Europe 2009 Sell This Version
XLDS808 Radiohead Com Lag: 2+2=5(10xFile, FLAC, EP) XL Recordings XLDS808 2016
00946 3 93479 0 2 Radiohead Com Lag (2plus2isfive)(CD, Comp, Enh, Unofficial) Parlophone (2) 00946 3 93479 0 2 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
none Radiohead Com Lag (CD, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label (Radiohead) none Russia Unknown Sell This Version
OR 3549 Radiohead Com Lag (CD, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label (Radiohead) OR 3549 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
none Radiohead Com Lag(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Extra Studio none Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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burthews

burthews

May 9, 2016
referencing Com Lag (2plus2isfive), CD, Comp, Enh, Ltd, Dig, TOCP-66280
This definitely deserves a vinyl release!!! One of my favorites.
Filmore_Mescalito_Holmes

Filmore_Mescalito_Holmes

February 21, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Com Lag (2plus2isfive), CD, Comp, Enh, Ltd, Dig, TOCP-66280

Some bands, even experienced and established ones such as Radiohead, have been known to release EPs which are basically glorified singles. They can and have slapped together a couple tracks off a recent hit album along with a few discarded songs and a live version or two along with some sort of multimedia content [oh boy! A screensaver!] in an effort to cash in on their celebrity status. Thankfully, this Oxford quintet isn’t one of them and Com Lag is much more than an extended single. While there are a couple live tracks, the Radiohead back catalogue only boasts a short “best of” live recordings album in the form of 2001’s I Might Be Wrong which was in itself essentially an EP teaser so live tracks are always welcome to any real Radiohead head, fans who would also argue to the death about the true live experience of this band which while impossible to definitively record is still enough of a taste to hint at the whole picture. The remixes both reimagine their source material with skill and vision but still leave them recognizable. Four Tet adds his signature brand of eclectic uptempo to “Skttrbrain” while Vogel turns “Remjxomatosis” into desolate evil pitting tin bucket snares and Thom Yorke’s fragile yet purposeful voice against an ominous electronic growl. At 36 minutes, Com Lag may only be a companion disk to Hail To The Thief for some but this is just a bit too like Nigel Godrich handled the master of Hail after playing with Kid A and subsequently forgot to wash his hands thus rubbing a little of the dirty glitch production off on it for me to consider this as anything but a viable stand alone disk. So it is probably not a must have for casual Head²s but if I had to buy my collection over again, I’d get this well ahead of The Bends and Pablo Honey.