I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings

Radiohead - I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings
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Based on 6 reviews
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Based on 40 ratings
2001 Ratings: #40
November 12, 2001 / Release Date
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Parlophone, Capitol / Label
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The best Radiohead live album, and the worst.

This album is very good, but compared to the excitement you should feel hearing "Radiohead live album", it is a disappointment.

The National Anthem opens the album, and is an acceptable but not stunning performance of the album version. I attribute this to the lack of the climactic horns and brass found on the studio version.

Following this is I Might Be Wrong, a shining example of how Radiohead performs songs live differently than they ... read more
Really stood out as the EP that held the beautifully stripped back piano-version of "Like Spinning Plates" & of course the seminal "True Love Waits" now its a really obsolete soundbite in the overly fleshed out online presence of Radiohead performing live, hail to the youtbue.
An adequate sampler, comprising songs from their two, previous albums, just to get a satisfying idea of Radiohead's alive experience.
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Track List

  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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