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Danielle Radcliffe: I was mainly listening to Radiohead for Harry in this film. Somebody did ask me yesterday if there was one album that could be Harry’s soundtrack during this movie. I think it would be Ok Computer by Radiohead, which I think tells you all you need to know about his character
Matt Smith: That’s it. That’s what I want when I go to the theatre, when I’m in a play, is them, and that experience that I get from them. I admire the musicianship, I admire the soul that goes into it, and the execution and the work, the preparation. Everything is done right, I think, and done with good intention and soul and heart and good spirit. They are a lesson to us all.
Brad Pitt: What was Brad Pitt talking about all the time? You won’t believe me, but no matter what the question was about, he always ended up talking about Radiohead. He seemed to be obsessed with the band and told that during the filming of “The Fight Club” he spent all his time listening to Radiohead, particularly Ok Computer, which is his favorite album. He argued that his movie wasn’t art, that contemporary art was about Thom Yorke because, according to him, the Radiohead´s singer was so important for his generation as Kafka and Beckett... He was completely captured by his devotion for Thom Yorke.
Christopher Nolan: I spent an afternoon talking about movies, memory and fragmented narrative with the 30-year old director at his apartment near the LACMA while he played Radiohead's Kid A on a boom box...Nolan wanted Paranoid Android to play over the credits of Memento, but the rights were too much so instead he uses Treefingers in the film.
Aaron Paul: When I was in London I followed Radiohead around - I went to both their concerts at the O2. Then I took the train to Paris, met up with my friend Vida and saw them at there as well. Seeing Radiohead in Paris is pretty magical.
Edward Norton: I'm friends with the guys in Radiohead, And Johnny Greenwood...And he and Thom (Yorke) had been playing a lot of weird ambient stuff at the time and so, amazingly,
Ellen Page: They became my first sincere love in music. Before that, I was jumping on my bed and listening to Aqua.
Elijah Wood: Elijah Wood was starstruck when he met Thom Yorke. The 'Lord of the Rings' star - who owns his own record label - says the most overwhelming moment of his life was he met the Radiohead singer, because he has been such a huge influence on him.
Stephen Colbert: He can’t be influenced by the agendas of politicians and public officials, but if you’re [Radiohead] he will gladly roll over for you.
Woody Harrelson: I’ve really become obsessed with Radiohead. In fact, the other day, there was a concert with Thom Yorke and Flea. So, I went — Flea’s a good buddy of mine. Great show! Phenomenal music. Just incredible, of course!
Tobey Maguire: I really respect them. I've been to a couple of their shows and it's pretty great. They've been really consistent in making great music and I really feel like they are true artists and put all of themselves in their music, so it will be interesting to hang out with them.
I got bored. This happened. #radiohead #drawing #jonny #greenwood
Look what I’ve been working on the past hour.
He’s so frustrated
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Ok, I’ve been working on this beer for as long as it has taken to finish the last 3 varietals of the Pyramid Winter Variety 12-Pack. At 7.0% ABV, it’s tied with the easier Snow Cap, but it’s super frothy and I suspect the only way to enjoy this beer is in an ice-cold glass. There you go, beer lovers. Enjoy. And don’t land it hard or you’ll get a mess on your coffee table.
I decided to try Pyramid’s winter mix tonight. It was on sale for 11.99 at the local Rite-Aid and the last of its kind. I started with the traditional Pyramid Hefeweizen. Good taste, good body, some good fare by the local West Coast brewery. You never go wrong with Pyramid’s signature. Next I went for Chai Wheat. Fantastic spices and fermented orange peel flavored this beer perfectly, although I suspect that it’s not a beer you could live by unlike the original stuff. The Snow Cap was very like a light lager in taste, but had subtle overtones that indicated a heavier beer than your traditional light beer. The Oatmeal Stout might have been better in a chilled glass, but, out of the bottle, it frothed up too much to be considered enjoyable by anyone that drank beer for the refreshment of even a Coors Light, the standard bearer of a chuggable beer. Overall, a good selection of beer, but I’ll have to bring out a chilled pint glass for the next Oatmeal Stout to give you a more favorable opinion.