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Old 06.17.2013, 01:40 PM   #410
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Originally Posted by noisereductions
1. "Pyrimid Song" is amazing! The friggin crazy way he drops in w/ the drums is one of my favorite moments on taht whole record.

2. From The Basement you all say? Was this released on DVD by chance? It sounds like something i should see.

3. Makavelli FTW!

4. Yeah that Jay-Z announcement made my day. We got Kanye tomorrow and new Hov next month!

It was, but you can find it on YouTube as well. Its the version I listen to on my ipod instead of the studio version. When you hear it, you see where all that energy was intended to go, but was lost in the studio translation. I feel the same way about Atoms for Peace and Thom Yorke's other solo album the Eraser. The studio versions are absolute shit, unlistenable, period. However the soundboard recordings from several shows? Epic. Gold. Beautiful.
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