Sep 6, 2020
Our humble adventurers stumble
upon an album that marks a change in the style of one of the
biggest bands of the 90s, a period that they are not too familiar
We've encountered a few technical difficulties during the
recording of this episode, so please forgive any faults in the
sound near the end of the episode.
- In this episode’s Tavern Talk segment,
we’re playing a game called ‘Missing in Translation’!
then head into the main discussion, which is all about Radiohead’s
Kid A. Peter introduces the band and the album.
talk about each of our experiences listening to this album, our
knowledge of Radiohead in the past and how Peter chose this album
for the podcast (00:28:18).
- We go
through the album song by song:
- Everything In Its Right Place.
National Anthem. (00:42:59)
to Disappear completely. (00:46:43)
- Treefingers. (00:51:47)
- Optimistic. (00:52:17)
- In Limbo. (00:54:33)
- Idioteque. (00:56:36)
- Morning Bell. (01:02:46)
- Motion Picture Soundtrack
then move on and discuss the lyrics in the album, the writing and
recording process and the perfect time and place for this album.
ranks the Radiohead albums that he got to know and tells us a bit
about each one. (01:17:43)
summarize our thoughts about this experience.
take a vote to see whether or not Kid A will be included in the
introduces the subject of our next episode - Jiro Dreams of Sushi
around and check out a promo clip for the Cheers to Comics podcast!
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Cover art by Azeecreations
‘Celebration’ theme by Alexander
Nakarada ( www.serpentsoundstudios.com ).
Intro bit: Everything In Its
Right Place by Radiohead, played by Ynon Hermon.
The episode was recorded on Aug.
7th, and originally released on Sept. 6th, 2020.