Packt Like Sardines In A Crushed Tin Box - Radiohead - Unicreeping (CD)

I'm a reasonable man Get off, get off, get off my case I'm a reasonable man Get off my case Get off my case. After years of waiting After years of waiting nothing came And you realize you're looking Looking in the wrong place. I'm a reasonable man Get off my case Get off my case I'm a reasonable man Get off my case Get off my case Get off my case I'm a reasonable man Get off my case Get off my case Get off my case.

After years of waiting You're a reasonable man Get off my case Get off my case Get off my case I'm a reasonable man Get off my case Get off my case Get off my case. I'm a reasonable man Get off my case Get off my case Get off my case I'm a reasonable man Get off my case Get off my case Get off my case.

So, now for my interpretation. It may be of value to note that I am a catholic myself, and believe in all associated beliefs. As it dawns on him, he realizes not only that, but that his entire life was built around a lie "realize you're looking, looking in the wrong place" The rest of the song is denial, trying to assure himself that he "is a reasonable man" and he deserves better. Stylus Magazine.

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This recording comes from the 'Later Your browser does not support the audio element. In , this piece of artwork appeared in the Dead Children Playing book that accompanied the exhibition of artwork that Stanley held at Iguapop Gallery in Barcelona click image for full size :. On March 15th , the band played a brand new arrangement for the first time in Glendale, Arizona. It was the only live performance during the The King of Limbs tour, the song's 26th in total and its last to date:.

Pyramid Song [34]. You and Whose Army? I Might Be Wrong [34]. Knives Out [25]. Dollars and Cents [34]. This song almost seems like a response or a follow-up to Karma Police; "I've given all I can, but we're still on the payroll" ties in with "I'm a reasonable man, get off my case. Likely he feels like he's been taken advantage of. However, perhaps his priorities were messed up - putting work life before family life despite his best intentions, for example - or maybe the fact that he's wondering where his reward is reveals his underlying selfishness.

Either of these could explain the line "And you realize you're looking in the wrong place. General Comment I think this song is about wanting something or someone for a logn time, but then realizing you're never going to get it, and just giving up and moving on to something else.

General Comment Don't you think "I'm a reasonable man get off get off my case" is what the politicians are saying to the media and the ordinary people everyday? Do you think it's political? Maybe I'm just being stupid General Comment this song is about someone who has tried to be successful whatever that may resemble to them for a long enough time and has ben used and abused by people without complaining and finally is just tired of such treatment and also tired of not making it to that goal.

General Comment Haha, why can't this song just be about exactly what it seems to be about? Ie rush hour on the London Underground.

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  2. Description Dan Cavanagh’s arrangement of “Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box” is a powerful big band techno-rock chart that your audience will love as much as your band will. It features a constantly driving groove, uniquely orchestrated ensemble FX, dynamic variety, and an improvisational tour de force for your alto soloist.
  3. Mar 12,  · Listen to Packt Like Sardines In a Crushed Tin Box on Spotify. Radiohead · Song · Music Duration: 4 min.
  4. Jun 05,  · Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box kicked off the session with a trippy, dance backbeat and a pounding kettle drum (or, perhaps, drummer Phil Selway was literally banging on a .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Unicreeping on Discogs. Label: Wonder Boy Records - W.B. / • Format: 2x, CD Unofficial Release, Promo • Genre: Rock • Radiohead - Unicreeping (, CD) | Discogs5/5(1).
  6. This is the song "Packt Like Sardines In A Crushd Tin Box", from the album Amnesiac. It was Radiohead's fifth album, and included B-Sides from Kid A. It was.
  7. Radiohead "Packt Like Sardines In A Crushed Tin Box": After years of waiting nothing came As your life flashed before your eyes You realize I'm a rea.
  8. imo, Packt like Sardines is a song about a religious man who works a soul crushing 9 to 5 job, doing the same thing everyday, knowing that when he dies he will be given release from the repetition. ("after years of waiting") The song starts at the point when he does die, and the realization that there is no afterlife ("nothing came").

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