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    i just got jeff buckley's posthomous album, sketches for my sweetheart the drunk, it has some great songs on it, but some of it is just too much
    i wish jeff buckley would have been alive just to arrange it with time
    it's just very all over the place and the songs do not really form an album
    at the same time, i like songs like everybpdy here wants you and new years prayer
    he's jeff buckley and everything he does sounds good, but i wish he would have had the time to coordinate the album
    i recommend people listen to the songs and get the ones they want, but do not buy the album as a whole
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    Which one is "Kanga-Roo" on? I've only heard that one once but loved it instantly. It just got more and more awesome as it went on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MysticalChicken;2254951;
    Which one is "Kanga-Roo" on? I've only heard that one once but loved it instantly. It just got more and more awesome as it went on.
    I have no idea, that must be pretty rare
    Anyway, grace is such a sensual album
    The loneliness of mojo pin and the raw intimacy of so real
    there is also the emotional last goodbye as well as his unforgettably haunting cover of leonard cohen's hallelujah
    on another note, it is a very spiritual album
    grace is about feeling as if you were to die tomorrow, but somewhat discretely, it foreshadows the blunter statement on eternal life
    corpus christi carol is actually a hymn and is so peaceful
    the whole album is so mellow and beautiful, but discretely foreshadows a bleak image of death
    that leads to the fierce eternal life
    i swear to god if i saw jesus being crucified, that would be the song i'd hear
    i hear a man who is fighting for his life despite how it opposes war and the fight for immortality
    that is when the whole album comes together
    ironically, he died three years later
    anyway, listen to the entire album and look for the statement i hear
    I miss AJ!!
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    The "Kanga-roo" cover is in the Grace EPs set. I remember it being a little all over the place and messy, but maybe I should give it another listen.

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    if anyone has any news on future radiohead tours or on their upcoming new album, tell me!
    i'm really desperate for more radiohead!
    I miss AJ!!
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    Re: Any Radiohead/Jeff Buckley fans?

    Does anyone know if radiohead is performing at the bonnaroo festival this year?
    They did it last year and I know the bonnaroo festival is happening again
    I miss AJ!!
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    Re: Any Radiohead/Jeff Buckley fans?

    jeff buckley was AMAZE. grace is just... wow.

    mehh.. radiohead, i like the odd song but they're not really my thing.

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    Love, love, love Radiohead.

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    Re: Any Radiohead/Jeff Buckley fans?

    Hi everyone! I am a brand new Radiohead fan. I'm ashamed to say that from '85 to 01 I never listened to new music. But my 16 yo. makes me listen to different stuff, and I fell in love with them. My current favorites are: How to Disappear Completely and 2+2=5. DS has been playing some stuff on the guitar and we sing together. He also taught himself that organ one-

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    Re: Any Radiohead/Jeff Buckley fans?

    Quote Originally Posted by livin4reality;2453146;
    Hi everyone! I am a brand new Radiohead fan. I'm ashamed to say that from '85 to 01 I never listened to new music. But my 16 yo. makes me listen to different stuff, and I fell in love with them. My current favorites are: How to Disappear Completely and 2+2=5. DS has been playing some stuff on the guitar and we sing together. He also taught himself that organ one-

    Red wine, cheap pills
    Help me get back to your arms
    Cheap sex etc
    I think you're crazy, maybe
    Can't remember the name of it...

    We also found a great website called greenplastic
    A new Radiohead fan? Better now than never!
    I recommend The Bends and OK Computer, their 2 best albums
    Pablo Honey is good, but it was their first and does not quite embrace what we now know as their signiature sound
    Kid A is good, but every song, it seems to be a hit or miss
    Amnesiac and Hail to the Thief are the over-the-top creative albums that people do not like as much
    I like them, but I do appreciate their simpler stuff despite how Thom Yorke is completely opposed to commercial music
    In my opinion, their best song is Street Spirit
    Listen, listen listen!
    I miss AJ!!
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