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Strange tweet from Radiohead – What does it mean?

Radiohead's twitter

Let the craziness continue. A strange message written in Japanese was posted to Radiohead’s twitter earlier this morning. The screenshot above translates to ‘Hachiko Square Shibuya, Friday 18:59.’  Your guess is as good as ours about what this means.

What we do know is that Hachiko Square is in Tokyo and is named after a loyal dog said to have met his master faithfully every night at a certain hour even after his master died. It is also considered one of the busiest and most hectic pedestrian crossings in the world. If you saw Lost in Translation, you may remember the scene where Bill Murray and Scarlet Johanssen walked through it.

So, what does Radiohead plan to do? Is it a concert? Webcast? Are they planning on doing something with all the video screens in the square? Speculate away in the comments…

Atoms for Peace The Eraser Thom Yorke tour

Atoms for Peace to play Fuji Rock

It has been confirmed that Thom Yorke and Atoms for Peace will be playing the Fuji Rock festival on August 1, 2010. The festival will be taking place at the Naeba Ski Resort in Japan. Details can be found at:

In Rainbows Radiohead

12 Cams, Create Your Rainbow

Prepare to be blown away.

Radiohead’s “15 Step” as performed recently in Japan, with 12 camera angles from you to choose from. Go and check it out.

(via our message board, Mortigi Tempo)

In Rainbows Radiohead tour

Radiohead in Japan

Radiohead Osaka Setlist

(photo by yangon)
In case you didn’t know, Radiohead is in Japan at the moment playing some shows. The band wrapped up the second night in Osaka and will be taking tomorrow off before playing four shows in Tokyo.

For the setlists, as well as to leave your own review, head on over to our gigography.

Radiohead tour

Tokyo MP3s has mp3s of “True Love Waits” and “Pearly*” from the recent Radiohead show in Tokyo.

Amnesiac GP Radiohead tour

GP is back!

GP is back! Please accept our apologies for the recent down time. 🙂

Features Previously Unreleased “True Love Waits”

Radiohead will release an eight-song live collection November 13th, featuring material culled from performances last summer in Oslo, Berlin, Vaison Le Romaine (Southern France) and the band’s historic July 7 homecoming show in Oxford’s South Park.

Titled I Might Be Wrong – Live Recordings, the record features live versions of three songs from Amnesiac, four from Kid A and the previously unreleased (though oft-bootlegged) “True Love Waits.” The complete track listing, in order, is: “The National Anthem,” “I Might Be Wrong,” “Morning Bell,” “Like Spinning Plates,” “Idioteque,” “Everything In Its Right Place,” “Dollars And Cents” and “True Love Waits.”

Radiohead concludes its world tour October 4 in Japan. There are no plans for further touring in support of I Might Be Wrong at present.

I Might Be Wrong video
The new video for “I Might Be Wrong” is currently being shown on the MTV UK show Brand:New. It was directed by Sophie Muller.

Winter Olympics commercial
As we reported back in July, Radiohead’s “I Might Be Wrong” will be one of the songs included in the 2002 Winter Olympics ad campaign. You can now view the commerical Online here.

Radiohead dingbats
There is a set of Radiohead dingbats called “KILMESARAH” at {thanks to Chris}

And finally…
Green Plastic was voted 3rd place in this year’s People’s Choice Awards which is part of the Online Music Awards. Over 2,611 Websites were nominated and over 150,000 people worldwide voted! GP was the only unofficial site shortlisted which was also an honor! To view the awards ceremony (Webmaster’s note: It’s very surreal to see and hear GP as a nominee!), go to and scroll down to “People’s Choice Award.” THANK YOU TO ALL THAT VOTED!