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Radiohead — House Of Cards
Album: In Rainbows
Avg rating:
7.6

Your rating:
Total ratings: 1432









Released: 2007
Length: 5:22
Plays (last 30 days): 1
I don't want to be your friend
I just want to be your lover
No matter how it ends
No matter how it starts

Forget about your house of cards
And I'll do mine
Forget about your house of cards
And I'll do mine

Fall off the table
And get swept under

Denial, denial

The infrastructure will collapse
From voltage spikes
Throw your keys in the bowl
Kiss your husband goodnight

Forget about your house of cards
And I'll do mine
Forget about your house of cards
And I'll do mine

Fall off the table
And get swept under

Denial, denial
Denial, denial
''(Your ears should be burning)''
Denial, denial
''(Your ears should be burning)''
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Always like remembering that when this album came out you could download it and pay what you can.
I love Radiohead, but folks expressing  what they think of a song is no reason to get upset. Do you honestly expect every opinion to reflect yours?
In a democratic society, and especially on the internet, you gotta expect people to feel inclined to say what they want.

shmuelman wrote:

Why don't you keep it to yourself? Leave your closed minded, ugly comments on some political web site.

 

house of cards
 musicmaniac wrote:
I have such a complicated relationship with Radiohead.... much like the one I had with the guy who introduced me to them. Love love love them, hate hate hate the memories and emotions associated with them.
 

That sentiment would explain a lot of people's dislike of a such a proven talent. I hope you come to terms with your memories and can get back to just loving radiohead!
From my favorite album of the 2000s.
Last chance to Evacuate RP Radio before Radiohead is being recycled. 
Going +1 on this based on the cool sounding percussion on this one.....it's an 8 and up there for me on RH tunes; LLRP!!
Would be a better song without the vocals.
Gotta get that "1" vote count up!
 MassivRuss wrote:
Good lord this sucks. And it's not just me. This is choice:
https://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/9786324/the-album-doctor-prescriptions-jay-z-adele-radiohead-more-artists-need-better-new-albums




 
Sorry, Russ but you are  most definitely in the minority here with, as of this writing, 22 one votes and 122 ten votes and an average of 7.6 ... but you knew that, so I will stfu
certainly not RH's best song, but solid nonetheless!
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Vaguely reminiscent of the "Ode to Billy Joe" chord sequence. Well done!

             I build up an empire on truth
               And I say hello Lawyer ! 
             And you think he's an archtiect.
     Which letters he'd be making a bond with?
 Remember, there's never enough time in twilight.
Why do prime numbers occur so randomly ?
  Do their occurrence follows any pattern ?
 seageek wrote:
The distorted guitar in this song brings to mind my favorite debate in electrical engineering. Why does a distorted guitar sound so good and why do the old tube amplifier designs do it so well? It's not likely the tube itself since they are really close to ideal amplifiers by themselves. The last article I read about it suggested the old iron-core transformers used to match the high-impedance tube output to the low-impedance speaker was the source.
I'm not sure what Radiohead was using to produce that warm guitar, but if it was synthesized in any way, they sure did a great job of replicating that old tube-amp sound. Anyone out there know what the arrangement was?   

 
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The distorted guitar in this song brings to mind my favorite debate in electrical engineering. Why does a distorted guitar sound so good and why do the old tube amplifier designs do it so well? It's not likely the tube itself since they are really close to ideal amplifiers by themselves. The last article I read about it suggested the old iron-core transformers used to match the high-impedance tube output to the low-impedance speaker was the source.

I'm not sure what Radiohead was using to produce that warm guitar, but if it was synthesized in any way, they sure did a great job of replicating that old tube-amp sound. Anyone out there know what the arrangement was?   
wonderful
Thought provoking photos to go with this pensive tune.  Thank you so much for enriching the experience.{#Stupid}
Great way to wake up here in London....off my fav RH LP. Must buy a spare copy of the vinyl before they disappear!
 socalhol wrote:
SAVED by Radiohead!!  whew....I was just reaching to switch off RP to a cd after that last dreadful Little Feat song...

 
Little Feat can kill any mood/anything...
 MassivRuss wrote:
Good lord this sucks. And it's not just me. This is choice:
https://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/9786324/the-album-doctor-prescriptions-jay-z-adele-radiohead-more-artists-need-better-new-albums





 
The ratings for this song (and most of their music) make your opinion a minority and your link irrelevant.

Enjoy stewing in your unhappiness.  When I don't care for a song (rarely outside of Dylan) on this most excellent internet radio experience, I simply hit PSD and hope its a Radiohead song.

 
Good lord this sucks. And it's not just me. This is choice:
https://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/9786324/the-album-doctor-prescriptions-jay-z-adele-radiohead-more-artists-need-better-new-albums




my take on this? ho-hum oh well maby the next tune will be worth the electricity...............{#Fever}
Reminds me of a broken and lost love.... {#Eek}

The fact that my heart cries a little bit now is like a proof of concept for good music.
{#Good-vibes}   one of the best.........
Brilliant - I wish they'd tour more.
This album is bittersweet for me - I love this song and the entire album for that matter, but I listened to it way too much while driving home after taking my mom to chemotherapy.
Beautiful!
Also a very good album!
God, I love Radiohead!
endlessness
 musicmaniac wrote:
I have such a complicated relationship with Radiohead.... much like the one I had with the guy who introduced me to them. Love love love them, hate hate hate the memories and emotions associated with them.
 
Man that sucks. Too bad you can't compartmentalize your feelings for both - there's no reason why some a-hole should ruin the music for another person. I'll never forget having a particularly traumatic experience in my youth while Tom Petty's "Refugee" was playing in the background. Rather than dwell on the pain of the event every time I heard that song, I drew strength from my (modest) recovery. To this day it's one of my favorites.
 gemtag wrote:
One of the smartest bands out there. They know how to package sound and emotion.

 
 
Excellent quote, although I think talent also has something to do with it.


Everybody in my hotel room loves this song...

 
 crockydile wrote:
Not impressed. As in, this song has made no impression upon me.{#Sleep}
 


Stand under it and wait ....
One of the smartest bands out there. They know how to package sound and emotion.

 
Ahhhhhh............all is well.
SAVED by Radiohead!!  whew....I was just reaching to switch off RP to a cd after that last dreadful Little Feat song...
Excellent.
Favourite song (side to side with Reckoner) from a brilliant album of my favourite band. 'nuff said
This is a most amazing headphone experience :)
{#Sunny}
 shmuelman wrote:

Why don't you keep it to yourself? Leave your closed minded, ugly comments on some political web site.

 

Well, because this is a music site and the comment is about music —- if you can call Radiohead that.

A lot of Radiohead's stuff (for instance, Go To Sleep, Knives Out, Nude, No Surprises, Reckoner, especially Creep) elicits the same response from me, although I've gotten to the point where I can tolerate this particular track.

So, why don't you and the rest of the Radiohead fans just move on and let those of us who don't buy it have our say?  A lot less electrons will be wasted that way.


 Cynaera wrote:
Haven't heard much Radiohead in my life (well, I haven't been at RP for awhile!) but I like this song.  It's spacy, ethereal, and sort of lulling/comforting. I can live with that.{#Bounce}
 
Nice description of this song, Cynaera. I'm wrapping up work on a Friday afternoon and it fits the bill. Lets me bob gently in my seat. Although if Jigsaw or one of the tenser Radiohead songs came on, I could dance in my seat if necessary.

 jonahboo wrote:
typical Radiohead dog shit
 
Why don't you keep it to yourself? Leave your closed minded, ugly comments on some political web site.

I have such a complicated relationship with Radiohead.... much like the one I had with the guy who introduced me to them. Love love love them, hate hate hate the memories and emotions associated with them.
typical Radiohead dog shit
 Cynaera wrote:
Haven't heard much Radiohead in my life (well, I haven't been at RP for awhile!) but I like this song.  It's spacy, ethereal, and sort of lulling/comforting. I can live with that.{#Bounce}
 


Radiohead has lots of great stuff...  they can rock...  this song is one of their mellow ones, but it is cool...

Haven't heard much Radiohead in my life (well, I haven't been at RP for awhile!) but I like this song.  It's spacy, ethereal, and sort of lulling/comforting. I can live with that.{#Bounce}
Love the song, but had it turned way down. Thought I heard Beth Orton singing Echo and the Bunnymen's "Sugar Kisses" without the refrain.  How bizarre.
Fantastic Tune, check out the live performance of this tune , "In Rainbows From The Basement" , the 720P  full video is money if can find it  {#Mrgreen}


Nice but comfortably numbing {#Wink}
Just Heavenly!
 cosmiclint wrote:
I'm with seekinggrace. There may have been better individual songs over the last year, but In Rainbows is the best complete album I've bought in a long time. Every song is at least a 9, on my scale anyway.
 
Couldn't agree more, I really feel they've hit a high note with this album. In my opinion probably one of top 5 albums ever made.
I just hope they keep on climbing that ladder.

A tip to everyone that is enjoying in rainbows, RH in general or just to all you out there who don't really enjoy them - find and have a look at a live session called "From the basement". I have never seen a recorded live/jam-session as intense and vivid as this one!

All of my music-freak-friend that I have shown "From the basement" to have become as blown away as me, and are now hardcore RH-fans. And this despite the fact that many of them never have understood any of Radioheads geniality before.
Can't be bought, only downloaded as far as I know.
I'm with seekinggrace. There may have been better individual songs over the last year, but In Rainbows is the best complete album I've bought in a long time. Every song is at least a 9, on my scale anyway.

oh it's all echoey.    I'd love this song done by some other band with a great singer...
Saw them at Outside Lands last year.  One of the best rhythm sections in rock music - so tight!  Thom sounds much better after a studio remix than he does live.
 seekinggrace wrote:
Absolutely amazing CD. It's simple yet ingenious song writing. I won't attempt to compare to other Radiohead CDs but In Rainbows is quickly becoming a (not the) favorite amongst devoted fans.
 
I'm a huge radiohead fan, but it seems like I only get it long after everyone else does.  I'm just now starting to really like this album


Not impressed. As in, this song has made no impression upon me.{#Sleep}
 Mugro wrote:
Sounds like what goes on in my head after drinking Nyquil.
 
Cool.

He's channeling Sigur Ros?
Sounds like what goes on in my head after drinking Nyquil.
Ethereal
surreal
kinda wanna float on a beach right now and drink cool beach drinks

 rdo wrote:

Better get used to Radiohead, cause you'll be hearing them for a long long time as long a there are stations like RP around.

 
Don't try to reason with californiatwin, rather, enjoy the blank space where he has not posted. . .

 californiatwin wrote:
I'm amazed at the low intellectual level of some of the Radiohead fans. When faced with people who think they suck, all they can muster is name-calling. I always thought that Radiohead was just mind-numbing noise - and there's the proof. This song is just one among the pile.
 
Better get used to Radiohead, cause you'll be hearing them for a long long time as long a there are stations like RP around.

 keller1 wrote:

Jesus, that's just what we need is more mutant noise.

My vote is for some actual rock music. Really, anything but Radiohead will do.

BTW, it's 12.37 am NYC time and I see Bill has played no Radiohead for the last six hours.

Small victories ...
 
Sunny autumn morning in Düsseldorf, perfect blue skies, cold but fresh ...

I mean, it's great when ppl have visions and dreams in their life.
Passion for a better world!
Some save the rainforest, others save RP from Radiohead. I mean: Where's the difference?!
As long as it makes you feel alive - fight on! Fight on!
Although I love Radiohead, I feel we are fighting on the same side.
Best regards, have a nice one!

Baum74 wrote:
"eclectic" means playing from different radiohead albums!
And, to be especially eclectic, something from Thom Yorkes solo project.
La vie est belle! {#Roflol}

Jesus, that's just what we need is more mutant noise.

My vote is for some actual rock music. Really, anything but Radiohead will do.

BTW, it's 12.37 am NYC time and I see Bill has played no Radiohead for the last six hours.

Small victories ...


"eclectic" means playing from different radiohead albums!
And, to be especially eclectic, something from Thom Yorkes solo project.
La vie est belle! {#Roflol}
Baum74 wrote:
Hey, all you Radiohead haters!
Here we go AGAIN!!! {#Lol} {#Dance}


Exactly.  I mean, what's "eclectic" about that?

TOO MUCH F**CKING RADIOHEAD

Hey, all you Radiohead haters!
Here we go AGAIN!!!   {#Lol} {#Dance}

 fredriley wrote:

Nope. Any wet fish will do to slap Thom Yorke across the chops ;-)

 

Exactly.  I'll use a Lake Scugog perch.
 seekinggrace wrote:
Absolutely amazing CD. It's simple yet ingenious song writing. I won't attempt to compare to other Radiohead CDs but In Rainbows is quickly becoming a (not the) favorite amongst devoted fans.
 
Agreed.  Rainbows has been a prominent part of my life's soundtrack for several months now . . . brilliant performance, superb production.  I thank Bill and RP for introducing me to this wonderful music.


faehnledj wrote:


Imagine my surprise when I click on the link to this song, curious what other listeners are saying about something that will obviously attract or repulse people, and find instead personal attacks and flaming. If you two want to go at it, find your own thread on the "We're both assholes" message board and leave this for intelligent conversation.

I really enjoy this song for its ephemeral qualities, though I can certainly understand why it would grate some ears.


point taken, but californiatwin is still an oxygen thief. . .

 californiatwin wrote:

You do searches on a site with SELF assessment tests for assholes? WOW, you must really be a big one. Wait a minute! What are you doing there? You aren't looking for a date there, are you? I guess that might explain HOW you became such a big asshole, er rather how you got one. 
 

Imagine my surprise when I click on the link to this song, curious what other listeners are saying about something that will obviously attract or repulse people, and find instead personal attacks and flaming.  If you two want to go at it, find your own thread on the "We're both assholes" message board and leave this for intelligent conversation.

I really enjoy this song for its ephemeral qualities, though I can certainly understand why it would grate some ears.
 vandal wrote:


I used "californiatwin" as a search keyword and that site came up three times, you "go figure," smart guy. . .
 
You do searches on a site with SELF assessment tests for assholes? WOW, that explains most of your remarks, and why you like such crap music.


this band make diferent, original and impressive things but always very good job -    8.

Absolutely amazing CD. It's simple yet ingenious song writing. I won't attempt to compare to other Radiohead CDs but In Rainbows is quickly becoming a (not the) favorite amongst devoted fans.
 Odyzzeuz wrote:
They play this over the loudspeakers at Guantanamo Bay to torment the prisoners. It's absolutely true.
 
That would make me plead for a return to waterboarding!
 vandal wrote:


gosh. . . I'm so underwhelmed by your false pity and the trite anti-intellectualism of your "joke."

Let me help you make the transition back into modern society, try this link:

Are You A Certified Asshole?


 
You obviously haven't made the transition, but you seem to know about a site promoting a self ASSessment test for assholes! Go figure!
One of my favorite Radiohead tunes on a CD filled with great tunes.
It's amazing that they were giving this CD away for free on their website. 

 sharkey wrote:


I believe you. It's causing me great torment & anguish.....
 
I find it soothing
 Odyzzeuz wrote:
They play this over the loudspeakers at Guantanamo Bay to torment the prisoners. It's absolutely true.
 

I believe you. It's causing me great torment & anguish.....
 KitKat wrote:

Yes, and then there were the fireworks.  And I liked the people.  Nicest crowd of 75,000 I've ever gotten temporarily intimate with!

Kate from Chicago
 
I hope you were using protection.
They play this over the loudspeakers at Guantanamo Bay to torment the prisoners. It's absolutely true.
 californiatwin wrote:


I'm sorry you're deaf.

Here is a sight to explain it to you: https://www.somethingawful.com/d/your-band-sucks/radiohead-sucks.php
 
They're winning, you know.

If you want to see what kind of a rout it is, scroll back through the playlist.

There is no other artist that gets close to the amount of play that Radiohead does here.

And I'm spending way too much time with the mute button on.

 vandal wrote:
 

I'm sorry you're deaf.

Here is a sight to explain it to you: https://www.somethingawful.com/d/your-band-sucks/radiohead-sucks.php


keller1 wrote:

You know that thing some kids did when they didn't want to hear something?

Put their hands over their ears and went "LA LA LA LA LA" really loud?

Now that I think about it, it would sound better than Radiohead.


Oddly enough, I'm beginning to like you. . .


 vandal wrote:

 
You know that thing some kids did when they didn't want to hear something?

Put their hands over their ears and went "LA LA LA LA LA" really loud?

Now that I think about it, it would sound better than Radiohead.


 robco1 wrote:
Seeing them perform this as the sun set over Grant Park was absolutely sublime.
 
Yes, and then there were the fireworks.  And I liked the people.  Nicest crowd of 75,000 I've ever gotten temporarily intimate with!

Kate from Chicago


 vandal wrote:

 

I'm amazed at the low intellectual level of some of the Radiohead fans. When faced with people who think they suck, all they can muster is name-calling. I always thought that Radiohead was just mind-numbing noise - and there's the proof. This song is just one among the pile.
I enjoyed watching Radiohead perform this in a studio on HDNET(tv)...or something like that.They did the whole album.Thom Yorke puts himself in another world when he sings.
 californiatwin wrote:
Wish RP had a "zero" rating called "Piece of sh*t" for songs just like this one.
 
I'm with you on this one, ignore the one-word mudslingers
This track is the aural equivalent of watching paint dry.    
 xc_para_puravida wrote:
wet haddock I'm guessing that's colloquial?
 
Nope. Any wet fish will do to slap Thom Yorke across the chops ;-)

But I can't forget about my house of cards! I've spent the past 4 decades building it ... oh well who am I to question the wisdom of Thom Yorke? 
Seeing them perform this as the sun set over Grant Park was absolutely sublime.
Over the last 50 years I've seen the release of only a handful of truly great albums. Sure, lots of great music, but rarely a truly great ALBUM. Thick As a Brick, side two of Abbey Road, Pet Sounds. Albums that are greater than the sum of their parts.

For me, In Rainbows is quickly climbing into that rare air. Every time I listen to it, I like it more and more. I've never really been captured by anything Radiohead has done before, but this album is amazing. The rhythms that Phil Selway weaves in and out of the music, the guitar and bass magic of the Brothers Greenwood. And Thom Yorke's voice. Not really a great voice, I don't think. But no other voice in the world could so wonderfully meld all of those great songs into a great album.

Thanks, RP, for turning me on to a masterpiece.

I hear that brotha !!!Radiohead-head wrote:
this song and the song before it "Reckoner" and after "Jigsaw" on In Rainbows are insanely good. Thank god for Thom and the boyz.
this song and the song before it "Reckoner" and after "Jigsaw" on In Rainbows are insanely good. Thank god for Thom and the boyz.
brettmess wrote:
I would think Radiohead dont really care if you "get" them or not. Yes..so far ahead it seems they have left many behind
Amen brother.
pianocomposer wrote:
I've upgraded this song from a 4 to a 6. But I can honestly say that I don't understand the extremely high ratings for this song. As a songwriter, I find the singing weak, the music monotonous. And I can't really understand what he's saying b/c he mumbles. Can someone please explain the attraction that people have to this particular song? I feel like I'm missing something but I have no idea what it is.
I would think Radiohead dont really care if you "get" them or not. Yes..so far ahead it seems they have left many behind
I can feel the Universe expanding when I listen to this song....and I love Thom's voice, I really don't understand where the "weak warbling" comments are coming from....Radiohead just has it all. But to each his own.
Sounds like Radiohead's been listening to (click here)
cathenley wrote:
Radiohead is so ahead of the game, you have no idea...
I've upgraded this song from a 4 to a 6. But I can honestly say that I don't understand the extremely high ratings for this song. As a songwriter, I find the singing weak, the music monotonous. And I can't really understand what he's saying b/c he mumbles. Can someone please explain the attraction that people have to this particular song? I feel like I'm missing something but I have no idea what it is.
rdo wrote:
I would say this is the only recent Radiohead song that approaches the quality of OK Computer.
i agree.
Radiohead is so ahead of the game, you have no idea...
Deadwing wrote:
Heathen!
See you've appointed yourself "epithet slinger" for this tune. A few of my own --- dickhead, weenie --- raced to mind, but that would be stooping to your level. Grow up.
Wish RP had a "zero" rating called "Piece of sh*t" for songs just like this one.
Heathen!
fredriley wrote:
I can't agree with that. I love Radiohead's fine instrumentals, but when Thom Yorke's weak warbling comes on I want to slap him across the cheeks with a wet haddock. Oh, for an instrumental Radiohead album.
wet haddock :eh: I'm guessing that's colloquial?
meloman wrote:
His voice is part of what makes Radiohead's music great.
I can't agree with that. I love Radiohead's fine instrumentals, but when Thom Yorke's weak warbling comes on I want to slap him across the cheeks with a wet haddock. Oh, for an instrumental Radiohead album.
californiatwin wrote:
Wish RP had a "zero" rating called "Piece of sh*t" for songs just like this one.
Clueless!
worldwalker wrote:
Great music but what an annoying voice !
His voice is part of what makes Radiohead's music great. By the way, it really should be "californiatwit."
Great music but what an annoying voice !
californiatwin wrote:
Wish RP had a "zero" rating called "Piece of sh*t" for songs just like this one.
hosebag!
californiatwin wrote:
Wish RP had a "zero" rating called "Piece of sh*t" for songs just like this one.
Wanker!
californiatwin wrote:
Wish RP had a "zero" rating called "Piece of sh*t" for songs just like this one.
twit
Wish RP had a "zero" rating called "Piece of sh*t" for songs just like this one.
The sunset beaming through the clouds over the church just now, with a jetliner cutting across the sky leaving cumulus, was so perfectly soundtracked by this song, i'd swear Bill was here in Toronto.....