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Radiohead — I Might Be Wrong
Album: Amnesiac
Avg rating:
7.7

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Total ratings: 1440









Released: 2001
Length: 4:50
Plays (last 30 days): 1
I might be wrong
I might be wrong
I could've sworn I saw a light coming on

I used to think
I used to think
There was no future left at all
I used to think

Open up, begin again

Lets go down the waterfall
Think about the good times and never look back
Never look back

What would I do?
What would I do?
If I did not have you

Open up, let me in

Let's go down the waterfall
Have ourselves a good time, it's nothing at all
It's nothing at all
Nothing at all

Never look back
Never look back
Comments (197)add comment
 mjbaumann wrote:
I still don't get Raioheadheads. I keep listening since I hope someday to understand. Not yet...

 
dont worry about.

pretentious knobheads and their  ilk like radiohead


I still don't get Raioheadheads. I keep listening since I hope someday to understand. Not yet...

What is there to like about this garbage? Seriously. Fans, explain it.
This is horrible.
Such a great set that’s been going on for like 2 hours now.! Not once needed to psd. Thanks for making stay at home better, better, better!!!
hard to believe this is now about 18 years old
A quirky little groove from them that really works, to my ears.
 john.hills1 wrote:
Listening on the cans. A splendid track this, made all the better by a whisky or two...
 
Just a wee dram.
Listening on the cans. A splendid track this, made all the better by a whisky or two...
 idiot_wind wrote:
This rocks. Play more of this band. 

 
I know you are being sarcastic IW but taking you at your literal words.. yes!
 idiot_wind wrote:
This rocks. Play more of this band. 

 
amen
This rocks. Play more of this band. 
 (former member) wrote:


absolutely incredible song...  volume is wayyyy up...  love it...

 

 
{#Dancingbanana}
Well, Creep was a good song I guess.
Sounds fresh as I haven't heard it in a LONG time...still sounds F'n great!
Thanks for playing this one from time to time!

 How about the live version once in a while ;-)
 kingart wrote:
Repetitive, droning — but it sure has more energy than most other RH cuts. TY is not just whining his lyrics into an existential void. Still, ain't but a 6 because a few listens is all I will give it before I punch that button that says Please Subtract Dissonance, or, Play Something Dynamic. 

 
Yawn!
Out standing!
let us prey


Repetitive, droning — but it sure has more energy than most other RH cuts. TY is not just whining his lyrics into an existential void. Still, ain't but a 6 because a few listens is all I will give it before I punch that button that says Please Subtract Dissonance, or, Play Something Dynamic. 
Everybody in my mushrooming multitude of homeless camps loves this groovy song...  volume went wayyyy up...
Sounds like a metronome. PSD.
 rdo wrote:
let us pray
 
shure - but to whom?
let us pray
I'm so depressed, the stage collapsed before the show and it was cancelled. When ever will I see them?! Also, too bad about the dude with death by crushing... 


absolutely incredible song...  volume is wayyyy up...  love it...

 
 vandal wrote:
One of my all-time RH faves. . . 
 
Me2. One of the best songs off my fave RH album.

Radiohead is Gandhi
AWEsome tune!  Bring it!


Four women in my hotel room right now just remarked how much they love this song...
Ahh.. redemption after playing "Sarah Jarosz - The Tourist".  
One of my all-time RH faves. . . 
Perfect


This song is absolutely awesome...  volume is wayyyy up...


And my recommendation is for you to not "drag them out".  Treat a masterpiece with the proper care it has earned. 

RH forever :)

 
lemmoth wrote:

My recommendation is to leave them out....so you don't have to drag them out again.

 


 Phlegmaticman wrote:
I dragged this CD and Kid A out recently, and they both sounded really good.
 
My recommendation is to leave them out....so you don't have to drag them out again.

 choderama wrote:
There are too many Radiohead fanboys who think they're more along the lines of Ghandi, rather than musicians.

Conversely, there are also too many Radiohead haters who are so enraged at their large number of pretentious fans, that they translate that hate into a hatred of the actual band, regardless of whether they would have liked their music or not without these fans.

In either case, chill out.

I feel I'm a pretty well-rounded and knowledgeable music listener, and I really like this song. However, I don't think Radiohead are geniuses, and they also clearly do not suck. It sounds good to my ears.
 
Appreciate your balanced view, but I'm not aware of RH fans on RP thinking the band is Gandhi - like. 

Great band belonging in the Pantheon of great rock bands, but Gandhi??? That would be U2{#Angel}

I dragged this CD and Kid A out recently, and they both sounded really good.


We be dancing...  love it...

 

There are too many Radiohead fanboys who think they're more along the lines of Ghandi, rather than musicians.

Conversely, there are also too many Radiohead haters who are so enraged at their large number of pretentious fans, that they translate that hate into a hatred of the actual band, regardless of whether they would have liked their music or not without these fans.

In either case, chill out.

I feel I'm a pretty well-rounded and knowledgeable music listener, and I really like this song. However, I don't think Radiohead are geniuses, and they also clearly do not suck. It sounds good to my ears.


I was waiting for something to really crank the volume up for...  love it...

 

If this tune were strictly instrumental I'd really dig it.  I'm at odds with the vocals but there's still plenty here to like.

Have not heard this one in a long time - love it.
This has got to be one of my absolute favourites - turn the volume up to 11
Radiohead guitars sound good.. that's a fact. :)

According to Ed O'Brien, the new Radiohead album is almost finished!   I can't wait!!
 keller1 wrote:


Another pedantic Radiohead fan.

"Genius", particularly as it pertains to music, is a subjective term.  And in my view, Radiohead are a bunch of fakes.

On the subject at hand, you're going to have to do better than the cranial/rectal inversion thing.  It's hack, and it's a fallback for intellectual featherweights.

 

{#Cheers}  Cheers! I couldn't agree more.
fucking amazing song.


This song is soooo cool... love it...

 
 jhorton wrote:

Dude, your head is so far up your a**, you can't hear the genius that is Radiohead.
 

Another pedantic Radiohead fan.

"Genius", particularly as it pertains to music, is a subjective term.  And in my view, Radiohead are a bunch of fakes.

On the subject at hand, you're going to have to do better than the cranial/rectal inversion thing.  It's hack, and it's a fallback for intellectual featherweights.

 keller1 wrote:


To begin with, whatever Radiohead does isn't rock and roll. In fact, I'm not convinced that it's even music.

And they aren't good enough musicians to carry Porcupine Tree's guitar straps.
 
Dude, your head is so far up your a**, you can't hear the genius that is Radiohead.
 cuno wrote:
A fantastic song!
 


Yeah, this is one of my faves with Radiohead, and I have a lot...  the video for this song is cool, too...  love it...


 
A fantastic song!
Can I get worker's comp for being hypnotized on the job?  (Your honor, every time I try to type, I involuntarily bark like a chicken!)  Seriously, though, the song is good.  Creepy magician good, but still good.
Heh... the night was sultry
 alanthecowboy wrote:

That's a little harsh.  To someone who likes both bands (like me), that's ridiculous.  To someone who thinks PT will go the way of ELO and Yes after their demise, it's downright offensive.

 
Lakefield Ontario?

Ridiculous is in the eye of the holder, I guess.

PT are simply better musicians than Radiohead.  Any musician who is objective on the subject will tell you that.

I seriously doubt that Radiohead's so-called music has any more legs than PT, or Yes, for that matter.  I think they are very much of a time and that they will at some point, thankfully, just fade away.

As for the whole "offensive" thing, relax, man.  Our opinions differ, that's all.

 keller1 wrote:


To begin with, whatever Radiohead does isn't rock and roll. In fact, I'm not convinced that it's even music.

And they aren't good enough musicians to carry Porcupine Tree's guitar straps.

 
That's a little harsh.  To someone who likes both bands (like me), that's ridiculous.  To someone who thinks PT will go the way of ELO and Yes after their demise, it's downright offensive.

 rdo wrote:
Yeah, I don't think the boys have been as good since this album though.  I think they got rich and happy. 
 
I agree. I'd say this was their last great album. Thom and co. have been treading water since, IMO.


 peter_james_bond wrote:

I've figured it out, you're a Ferengi, right?

Ferengi

 
romeotumo, you have a new avatar! 




This is one of my faves with Radiohead...  love it...




Man, I dig this song...


 romeotuma wrote:
This song is soooo good for the ears...
 
I've figured it out, you're a Ferengi, right?

Ferengi



This song is soooo good for the ears...


 romeotuma wrote:


This song is fantastic...  I love it...
 

Yeah, I don't think the boys have been as good since this album though.  I think they got rich and happy. 


This song is fantastic...  I love it...


 lemmoth wrote:

I can't fathom it either  - but I will keep listening to Porcupine Tree and try to figure out how they could possibly be compared to one of the greatest bands in the history of rock and roll.

 

To begin with, whatever Radiohead does isn't rock and roll. In fact, I'm not convinced that it's even music.

And they aren't good enough musicians to carry Porcupine Tree's guitar straps.



Radiohead rules. . .


 takeya wrote:
Don't cut the end Bill :'(
 
I'm with you on that one.  The bridge to the ending is beautiful, the end ties it together, and cutting it doesn't do it justice.

Play the whole track! 
 westslope wrote:
Repetitive, boring, but makes decent background music while working. I notice that Bill cut the end again (thank goodness).

How people can compare Porcupine Tree to Radiohead still escapes me.
 
I can't fathom it either  - but I will keep listening to Porcupine Tree and try to figure out how they could possibly be compared to one of the greatest bands in the history of rock and roll.

 DoctorHooey wrote:
For those who like the rocking element of this, the live version really rips.
 

Agreed - Live version is much better.

Most daring and innovative band of the last dozen years.

Most exciting live band of the last dozen years.

Most critically acclaimed band of the last dozen years.

One of the most popular bands of the last dozen years.

I feel sad for those of you who don't get it but, to each his own


romeotuma wrote:



This band is loaded with great songs... and this one is one of their best...


Gosh, I couldn't disagree more.  I love radiohead, but I just DO NOT like this song at all!!  But for sure, everyone's entitled :)




This band is loaded with great songs... and this one is one of their best...

Cruzan wrote:
Now Radiohead is another story... When all the hype started about them I bought their first big cd. I listened to it four or five times and just hated it more every time. Then one day I parked next to a car that had a Radiohead sticker on the back window. I took my radiohead cd and left it under their windshield wiper. They can have it!


Dude!  So THAT'S where that CD came from!  Thanks a lot!

Ummm, could you send me the jewel box too?


Don't cut the end Bill :'(
Bill! Why cut the ending? Its beautiful and it sums up a wonderful song
westslope wrote:
Repetitive, boring, but makes decent background music while working. I notice that Bill cut the end again (thank goodness). How people can compare Porcupine Tree to Radiohead still escapes me.
Porcupine Tree is the most amazing new band I have heard in years. Thanks RP for turning me on to them! Now Radiohead is another story... When all the hype started about them I bought their first big cd. I listened to it four or five times and just hated it more every time. Then one day I parked next to a car that had a Radiohead sticker on the back window. I took my radiohead cd and left it under their windshield wiper. They can have it! Talk about droning and whining.... Someone should put that singer out of his misery. There are a couple songs I can endure but the hype to me does not correlate to the talent. imho
Melancholy, awsome
stevesaw wrote:
Radiohead seems to be one of those "love 'em or hate 'em" bands - and I respect both sides. I think it comes from Radiohead not trying to reach everyone or even 'most-ones'. Kinda like Dylan - not so good a voice - but they are his songs and he does them how he wants. Thank you RP for playing music that doesn't please everyone!
Good comment. Keep playing more interesting music!
For those who like the rocking element of this, the live version really rips.
I love Radiohead but this is their worst song I think I've ever heard.
Not so sure about the comments regarding how this song rocks. Almost anything off The Bends rocks harder than this....
Radiohead seems to be one of those "love 'em or hate 'em" bands - and I respect both sides. I think it comes from Radiohead not trying to reach everyone or even 'most-ones'. Kinda like Dylan - not so good a voice - but they are his songs and he does them how he wants. Thank you RP for playing music that doesn't please everyone!
stillwater wrote:
Is he singing in English? Too many synth effects for my ears. :wall:
it's not the equipment, the singer just effin sucks
:sad: ....again, what happened to the last minute bill? that part really makes the song for me. :cry: :eh:
With a few more listens I could grow to like this.
davin wrote:
lol @ "bitchcraft" i like it.
Its an open source term of insult, feel free to use it without license. . . :mrgreen:
Repetitive, boring, but makes decent background music while working. I notice that Bill cut the end again (thank goodness). How people can compare Porcupine Tree to Radiohead still escapes me.
i'm going to keep harping on the same thing until it gets fixed....where is the outro? it's a great finish to the song, and it's just chopped off here. bill, what's the deal?
An awesome song.. one of Radiohead's best tracks.. when i saw them take it live.. I almost DIED.. it was insane ! :guitarist:
Damn this rocks!
Is he singing in English? Too many synth effects for my ears. :wall:
Great set!!
vandal wrote:
frequent themes for bitchcraft.
lol @ "bitchcraft" i like it.
excellent...
I love the Radiohead bitchfest - "his voice is so whiney" and "they're so depressing" seem to be the most frequent themes for bitchcraft. interesting
grrrrr.....damnit, bill cut off the end again!!!!
:clap: :clap: thank you
fredriley wrote:
As soon as I heard the weak, whingeing, irritating voice I should have guessed it was Radiohead. I still say that the singer deserves a serious slap across the chops with a wet haddock. This gets a 2 only on account of the instrumentals, which are quite good when they're not being polluted by yer man's whining drone.
Speaking of a whining drone! Yeesh, take a pill. This is great!
whoa, you really did chop the whole last 45 seconds off bill? why?
As soon as I heard the weak, whingeing, irritating voice I should have guessed it was Radiohead. I still say that the singer deserves a serious slap across the chops with a wet haddock. This gets a 2 only on account of the instrumentals, which are quite good when they're not being polluted by yer man's whining drone.
RobK wrote:
WHOA! People are commenting on the cut off ending and they're totally right. What's up, RP?? The is the fist LOW CLASS, FM bulls*%t thing I've seen you guys do! I hope it's the last?!!
I am priitty sure that is just how the song ends This entire album is amazing, moving
Haha...wha happened there, Bill? :doh: This is some interesting sounding Supertramp right here...much better than I remember! :mrgreen:
:dancingbanana_2: :dancingbanana: :bounce: :bounce:
cool mixing work....on guitar and voice....in a classic mixing system this song doesn't work at all!!!
This is absolutely Radiohead's best song, and is definitely one of the greatest alt rock songs in history. Then again, I might be wrong.
2 seconds into this song i know it's gonna rock. that beat is too awesome! then i find out it's radiohead, and my enthousiasm doesn't change. They have that knack of being very good when you think they're overhyped. great track!!
man I hate thom Yorks voice. I wish I was listening to some uncreative, crappy, American Idol music to make me uninspired instead!
@#$% yeah!
very cool song, perfect for my cross Texas road trips baby!
Wicked cool song. Kicks ass.
LadyLovelyLocks wrote:
Not my favorite Radiohead tune by a long shot - but Tom;s voice gets under my skin, every single time :good-vibes:
Agreed... on both counts!
Oh, man... why don't you let finish the final part of the song again?
...nice Guitar :-)
Hard driving guitars with a funky bassline...me likey!
Not my favorite Radiohead tune by a long shot - but Tom;s voice gets under my skin, every single time :good-vibes:
kazuma wrote:
Did I miss something? This song ended pretty abruptly.
Yes, it was cut off by a minute or so.
I hear "world turning" by fleetwood mac. Did I miss something? This song ended pretty abruptly.