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    Any radiohead fans out there? have you got the Aribag/ how am I driving EP? Its out of stock in amazon and it keeps selling on ebay for £30 - do you reckon its work spending that much on it?
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    (Original post by steerpike1985)
    Any radiohead fans out there? have you got the Aribag/ how am I driving EP? Its out of stock in amazon and it keeps selling on ebay for £30 - do you reckon its work spending that much on it?
    You should be able to pick it up alot cheeper than that at one of the larger HMV stores, I got mine from the HMV in Oxford St for £8...
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    (Original post by steerpike1985)
    Any radiohead fans out there? have you got the Aribag/ how am I driving EP? Its out of stock in amazon and it keeps selling on ebay for £30 - do you reckon its work spending that much on it?
    Is it still being printed? It seems a little steep anyway, since you're only getting about 25 minutes of music.

    But it's probably worth it, even at £30 - if only for the ethereal "Meeting in the Isle," epic two-part "Polyethylene," or thunderous "Palo Alto."

    So, shop around. Wherever you but it from, you won't regret the purchase.
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    Its bit out of print for years, and I thought it was a US cd only, so it could only be ordered from USA? I shall have to check it out! Thanks
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    (Original post by steerpike1985)
    Any radiohead fans out there? have you got the Aribag/ how am I driving EP? Its out of stock in amazon and it keeps selling on ebay for £30 - do you reckon its work spending that much on it?
    it is worth it but you can get it for less!!

    ahh radiohead are amazing - anyone see them at glastonbury last year or cardiff??
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    Nope, but I saw them at the Royal Festival Hall in 2000. Amazing :cool:

    Couldn't afford Glastonbury tickets last year, which was a shame since it was a great line-up ... I've never seen R.E.M. Couldn't afford it this year either, for that matter.
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    They were performing in Earls COurt a while ago, and I was going to go but the tickets for it were £100 each :eek:
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    (Original post by steerpike1985)
    Any radiohead fans out there? have you got the Aribag/ how am I driving EP? Its out of stock in amazon and it keeps selling on ebay for £30 - do you reckon its work spending that much on it?
    oooooo,i like radiohead can be a bit depressing listening to it after a while tho, making you want to slit your wrists, but their music is quite profound and people can relate to it, which i think is what people look for in music anyway.
    I like "exit music (for a film)" i used this in my media trailer for coursework
    i also think that Karma police is a great song.
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    (Original post by Vyse)
    Nope, but I saw them at the Royal Festival Hall in 2000. Amazing :cool:

    Couldn't afford Glastonbury tickets last year, which was a shame since it was a great line-up ... I've never seen R.E.M. Couldn't afford it this year either, for that matter.
    oh no well, if it helps (it probably won't) i went this year and last year and although the line up was far better last year - all my favourite bands basically - i had a much better time this year because I wasn't rushing around so much. radiohead was definite highlight though - I dont know if anyone saw the footage but there was thi bit that showed all the steam that rose from the audience and seriously, it was that hot!! the surges were so strong I almost couldn't breathe (i was pretty near the front). it was fantastic though, when the whole crowd sung karma police it was amazing!!
    cardiff was also fantastic because it was much smaller and intimate and the sound quality was much better.
 
 
 
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