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This [book] inspired the title of a [Radiohead] [song] on the [album] [kid a]. This song was written in 1997 [iirc] after an awful gig at the [Royal Dublin Showgrounds] in Ireland. The line "I float down the [Liffey]" is a testament to this. "Strobe lights and blown speakers, fire-works and [hurricanes|hurricane]". This gig was followed by one in [Galway] which [Thom Yorke] once cited as his favourite [performance].The song itself is a haunting [blend] of near [discordant] string arrangements and lyrical [anguish].