|2||True Love Waits||5:02|
|3||Dollars And Cents||5:13|
|5||Everything In Its Right Place||7:42|
|6||I Might Be Wrong||4:52|
|7||Like Spinning Plates||3:47|
|8||The National Anthem||4:57|
- Artwork [Drawn By] – Tchock, Stanley
- Engineer, Mixed By – Jim Warren (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 8), Nigel Godrich (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7), Will Shapland (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7)
- Written-By – Paul Lansky (tracks: 5), Radiohead
Issued in a 3-panel Digipak.
Songs were recorded from shows in Oxford, Berlin, Oslo and Vaison la Romaine.
Published by Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd except track 5 published by Warner Music Ltd/Grimtim Music.
℗ 2001 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd.
© 2001 EMI Records Ltd.
Made in EU
Printed in the EU
- Barcode (As printed): 5 099991 937124
- Matrix / Runout: 5366162 AA25397-01 manufactured by optimal media production
- Mastering SID Code: ifpi L574
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 9709
- Rights Society: SDRM BIEM
- Label Code: LC 0299
- Other (Distribution code): F: PM
- Marketed By – EMI
- Distributed By – EMI
- Manufactured By – Optimal Media Production
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Published By – Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd.
- Published By – Warner Music Ltd.
- Published By – Grimtim Music
I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings is a live album by the English rock band Radiohead, released on 12 November 2001 in the UK by Parlophone and a day later in the US by Capitol Records. Recorded during Radiohead's 2001 tour, it comprises songs from their fourth and fifth albums Kid A 2000 and Amnesiac 2001, plus True Love Waits, which was not released on a studio album until A Moon Shaped Pool in 2016. It also includes a performance of the electronic track Like Spinning Plates rearranged as a. I Might Be Wrong is taken from Amnesiac out on XL Recordings. Beggars от лица компании XL Recordings Ltd. For their third release in 13 months, Radiohead let loose a mini-album of live material culled from four European dates and slapped them together into their standard excellent packaging adorned with manic drawings, scribbles, and text excerpts. I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings, originally scheduled as a single for I Might Be Wrong, is precisely what the title implies, a compilation of recordings and not a live album at all. I Might Be Wrong, named after the song of the same name, is the first and only live album the band has recorded up to this point. The performances occurred as a part of the bands 2001 tour throughout Europe in support of Kid A and Amnesiac. The record is mostly notable for being its piano version of Like Spinning Plates , wildly different from the album version, and for the first version of True Love Waits , an old fan favourite song that was only released in a studio-capacity much later, on A Moon Shaped Pool, and with very different arrangements. I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings Q&. 7243 5 36616 2 5, CDFHEIT 45104. I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings CD, Album, Dig. Parlophone, Parlophone. 이 버전 판매. But on this album, it is a pure Radiohead-ballad. A piano, Thom's lovely voice. Nothing The tempo rises a lot with the next track: Idioteque. A mix of breakbeat-like beats, really hunting vocals from Thom and an ambient-sounding melody makes this song really unique. A big plus to the wild audience who lift up the song a few levels. I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings is a 2001 live album by the English rock band Radiohead. It consists of live performances of eight songs recorded on Radiohead's tour of Europe and North America. Seven of the songs are taken from their albums Kid A 2000 and Amnesiac 2000. The final track, True Love Waits, would not be released on a studio album until A Moon Shaped Pool 2016 unlike the studio version, singer Thom Yorke performs it on acoustic guitar. Track listings: 1. The National Anthem Radiohead Vaison la Romaine, 28 May 2001 4:57 2. I Might Be Wrong Radiohead Oxford, 7 July 2001 4:52 3. Morning Bell Radiohead Oxford, 7 July 2001 4:14 4. Like Spinning Plates Radiohead Cleveland, 8 August 2001 3:47 5. Idioteque Radiohead, Paul Lansky Oxford, 7 July 2001 4:24 6. Everything in Its. Right Place Radiohead Vaison la Romaine, 28 May 2001 7:42 7. Dollars and Cents Radiohead Oxford, 7 July 2001 5:13 8. True Love Waits Radiohead Los Angeles, 20 August. I feel that this really is a great live album. It is especially great for the value that it is selling for, 1-2 before shipping. Like most Radiohead shows, I Might Be Wrong opens with The National Anthem. The song's introduction, with Thom Yorke breathing in staccato over Colin Greenwood's thunderous bassline and Jonny Greenwood's skillful manipulation of the primitive Ondes-Martenot, is absolutely wonderful. Without a horn section, though, the song never really develops as it does on Kid A, trailing off without a satisfying conclusion. And although I Might Be Wrong is obnoxiously incomplete, the fact remains that Thom Yorke just got 100,000 people to spend for eight songs. Good for him
Title: I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings
Country: UK & Europe
Release date: 2001
Style: Alternative Rock, Leftfield
Catalog: 50999 9 19371 2 4, CDFHEITX 45104
Size MP3: 2287 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Record source: CD, EP, Digipak