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The Crying of Lot 49 - Thomas Pynchon I just got an e-mailed "info update" from w.a.s.t.e., Radiohead's marketing arm, in my inbox. I signed up for updates when I bought In Rainbows online in late 2007, long before I read this book. Apparently, Pynchon is quite an influence on the band. I suddenly wonder, if I listened to the tracks backwards, would they reveal some nefarious truth about Thurn & Taxis? Does the fact that I joined make me an unwitting agent of Trystero?

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