Radiohead with Junun at Schottenstein Center

Section: 101
Row: Q
Seats: 22 & 23

Set list

Daydreaming

Desert Island Disk

Ful Stop

15 Step

Lucky

Kid A

Burn the Witch

Pyramid Song

You and Whose Army?

Everything in Its Right Place

Bloom

Lotus Flower

I Might Be Wrong

Reckoner

The Numbers

Idioteque

Exit Music (for a Film)

Encore 1:

Give Up the Ghost

Optimistic

The National Anthem

Let Down

The Tourist

Encore 2:

A Wolf at the Door

Weird Fishes/Arpeggi

Paranoid Android

Radiohead with Grizzly Bear

Live at the Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls, OH.
with Grizzly Bear

Setlist

01 15 Step
02 There There
03 Morning Bell
04 All I Need
05 Pyramid Song
06 Nude
07 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
08 The Gloaming
09 The National Anthem
10 A Wolf At The Door
11 Faust Arp
12 Exit Music (For A Film)
13 Jigsaw Falling Into Place
14 Idioteque
15 Climbing Up The Walls
16 Bodysnatchers
17 How To Disappear Completely
18 Videotape
19 Paranoid Android
20 Dollars & Cents
21 Reckoner
22 Street Spirit (Fade Out)

23 House Of Cards 24 Lucky 25 Everything In Its Right Place

True Absinthe Finally Returns to America!

"One reason legal barriers have fallen is that the regulated chemical thujone, found in wormwood and once thought to have been the cause of absinthe’s lure and its dangers, did not show up in any significant quantities in analysis of historical absinthe. So these authentic replicas, despite containing wormwood, do not pose a legal challenge."
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erase those thoughts

to think this was aptness
as I cut and bleed.
time will pass and,
a lonely chill, be afraid
liveliness? it was random gesture
to draw you in and think of the benevolence.

the munificence it will happen
but this time you will be below
remember the maggots
will they keep you warm?
the rot?
slow deterioration, you will.

come now you can not escape
I am remorseful and not because of this
oh, the essence of tears falling in the dark
my expressions, linger
think of your good deeds,
kept us out of harm’s way.
then the guilt, it happened quick.

Let loose and be afraid
we are in this together and soon you become brave?
beliefs?
to disapprove?
of deception?

sudden visions, hot tea, the forthcoming?
your voice, it was never heard
it’s time to wipe away those euphoric thoughts
your flesh, now my lungs are on the floor;
the images resembling bodies, our estranged parts
where is the blood?
fingers, skin, books, mistrust
it will come to an end,
the veins desiccate.

Arachis hypogaea

Peanuts Kill More Americans Than Terrorists
If western governments were really trying win the “war on terror” they wouldn’t give terrorists so much credit

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Friday, January 5, 2007

The menace of global terrorism has been labeled the greatest threat to western civilization since communism and yet swimming pools, peanuts and lost deer kill more Americans every single year. Why are our governments facilitating the terrorist’s agenda by hyping a peril that simply doesn’t exist?

The number of Americans killed as a result of international terrorism since the 1960’s gives us a benchmark from which we can correctly identify and target other dire dangers to our very way of life.

– Allergic reactions to peanuts
– Accident causing deer
– Lightning strikes

That’s correct – all of the above have killed an equal number of Americans since 1960 as terrorism. One could even categorize M&M’s, lost deer and the weather as an “axis of evil arming to threaten the peace of the world,” as George Bush famously once said.
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Tool is the Radiohead of nu-metal.

“A Pitchfork-friendly analogy: Tool are the Radiohead of nu-metal. Both bands predate scenes they later became avatars for; both were more creative and inspirational than their followers; both were incredibly pretentious; and both still managed to sell an ass-load of records. Tool didn’t release an album between 1996 and 2001. They missed nu-metal’s entire rise and fall, an era of whiteboy dreads, bonsai facial hair, funk bass poppin’, and constipated balladry. And much like Radiohead when they dropped the Kid A/Amnesiac doubleshot, Tool released Lateralus early in this decade to radio silence and huge numbers.”
source: pitchforkmedia.com

Uncontrolled Anger (raiva_big.jpg)

This is a graphic representation of a bout of anger. The young female patient who composed it told the doctor that the red netting emanating from her brain were electrical spikes. Her clenched fists and ferocious teeth indicate the hate she feel against herself and against her bouts of anger.

By Dmitri Kessel

Quote of the Day

They rediscover bin Laden every two years right before the election. If you had a business strategy that worked all the time that was premised on scaring the living daylights out of people, you just keep doing it.

–Bill Clinton, in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s Political Capital with Al Hunt, about the Republican strategy for the midterm elections.

Reflections by no means meet (draft)

Reflections by no means meet

Ever so unfathomable; swimming across the deep—
promising.
struggling through—
while you lay asleep,
Worrying.
In these times, our voracity,
curiosities are green in motion,
Our childish grin,
Hiding.
lies to keep,
under the skin,
Passing.
We will never give up,
fingers soon float down,
Pointing.
promises— occasional guarantees,
the beginning, the end,
I will fail to help you up,
when our reflections fail to meet.

Untitled

Untitled.

they write about you in chilling fright.
we are just a lonely set of numbers
of associations and expertise;
slighted and advancing below
my evil secret night.
through a squeaky foamy window,
panicking,
senses moving—
my wandering, wonder?

Shifting, looking through stained letters,
showing might, tell me what is fine,
what is mine
intimidating words are not of interest
to impress my pretty face.

Finally, loneliness and memories are
A paler taste, the feeling of guilt
the acquaintances are words I create
the innocent feelings of self-doubt
knowing you would never go,
trying to see this,  I can not be awake right now.
the same is just too scary
why did you let me do it?

Radiohead

Live at the Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls, OH.
with Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks.
Setlist:
01 Sit down. Stand up
02 Morning Bell
03 Lucky
04 Myxomatosis
05 Kid A
06 Backdrifts
07 There There
08 Where I End and You Begin
09 Go To Sleep
10 Paranoid Android
11 Sail to The Moon
12 A Punch-up At a Wedding
13 2+2=5
14 Idioteque
15 Exit Music
16 The National Anthem

Encore 1:
17 A Wolf At The Door
18 Dollars and Cents
19 No Surprises
20 The Bends
21 The Gloaming

Encore 2:
22 Street Spirit
23 Everything In Its Right Place

Establishment of hope

Looking past some darkened shadow,
soothing pain that never mattered,
having a life that never shows?
I will keep an open letter!
I will hope of a cold tomorrow
black and blue; wet with sorrow
I’m slipping past my new beginning
never want to see the ending
broken by my deposition
wide awake in the sleeping position.
Dry tears always healing
maybe someday I should wet them
patch this gray beneath my feet
floating but oh so steep
unable from my lack of attention
broken blister of the pain that itches
clear and smooth almost better.
I will hope of a blue tomorrow