Radiohead - I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings album download
Recorded during Radiohead's 2001 tour, it comprises eight performances of songs from their fourth and fifth albums Kid A (2000) and Amnesiac (2001).
Since then, it has appeared in Radiohead setlists, and on their live album I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings in 2001. Fans consider it one of Thom Yorke’s best moments as a songwriter. The song is the only I Might Be Wrong track that did not feature on either 2000’s Kid A or 2001’s Amnesiac. A recording was attempted during these sessions, but was ultimately scrapped. In a 2012 interview, producer Nigel Godrich said of the track
Live album from 2001 when Kid A and Amnesiac were the current cuts. Great live music courtesy of the incredibly talented 5 gentlemen from England
I Might Be Wrong" is a song by the English rock band Radiohead, released as the second single from their fifth studio album Amnesiac (2001) on 4 June 2001. Use in popular media. Although the album version is heavily produced by Nigel Godrich and Radiohead, with a more electronic texture, "I Might Be Wrong" is one of the more guitar-oriented songs on Amnesiac.
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While it seems as though Radiohead could have made it into a cohesive album if they had wanted to, or at least made this one sound like it was one show, what listeners find here is an uneven and incoherent set of Kid A sessions material that is sometimes strong but sometimes uninspired. When strong, the band seems as if it's in command by adding new texture and content. Like Spinning Plates," "Everything in Its Right Place," and "Idioteque" are revelatory and at times feel almost new. Meanwhile, the track "I Might Be Wrong" just doesn't match.
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