Radiohead - I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings
NME.COM feature on Radiohead - I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 13 November 2001
Experimental, beautiful and live LP of previously 'difficult' Radiohead songs...
There are few groups who can successfully support the twin burdens of left-field artistic endeavour and big-time bankability. We know one such group, though. A group who may be traumatised by existential woe and the futility of modern existence, but who nonetheless are able to fold this pain into difficult hits. A group who look funny on the outside, but who sound deep and beautiful on the...
- Nov 6, 2001
Tracklisting click track to read more
- I Might Be Wrong
- The National Anthem
- Morning Bell
- Like Spinning Plates
- Dollars and Cents
- Everything In Its Right Place
- True Love Waits
Manchester Arena, Manchester, October 6
- Oct 19, 2012
Lisbon, Portugal Friday, July 13 – Sunday, July 15
- Jul 30, 2012
Moody Theater, Texas, March 6th and Frank Erwin Center, Texas, March 7th
- Mar 23, 2012
Radiohead frontman joins actor in the studio for hour long chat
Guitarist covers Steve Reich track in guest slot with Australian Chamber Orchestra Underground
Colin Greenwood has said that the band will get together for their ninth album later this year
Radiohead - I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings: Wikipedia Album Entry
"I Might Be Wrong" is a song by the English rock band Radiohead from their 2001 album, Amnesiac. In the United States, it was released as a radio-only single in advance of the album. "Pyramid Song" was the official first single in all other regions, and the "Pyramid Song" video was also released worldwide. The song charted at #27 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.
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. The song uses a blues riff written by Jonny Greenwood, in Drop D tuning. The riff is similar to that of the song Loser by the artist Beck who is a friend of Yorke's. The song was first played live as a set-closer in Villa Reale in Milan, Italy, on 19 June 2000, and has become a live favourite. A live version of the song appears on Radiohead's 2001 live album, which is called I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings. It has also often been played in an acoustic version by Thom Yorke.
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