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You're viewing YouTube in Russian. You can change this preference below. Live performances of the eleven songs featured on Radiohead's 9th album, A Moon Shaped Pool, recorded on a tour of Europe in 2016.
You're not your fucking khakis. Obviously, I do not own any of this footage. All rights go to FOX.
Radiohead's first album, Pablo Honey (1993), preceded by their breakthrough single "Creep", features a sound reminiscent of alternative rock bands such as the Pixies and Nirvana. The Bends (1995) marked a move toward "anthemic rock", with more cryptic lyrics about social and global topics, and elements of Britpop Kid A (2000) and Amnesiac (2001), recorded.
Shelter is the first single off an as-of-yet-unnamed third studio album, which follows 2014’s After the Disco. With the duo seemingly not sharing secrets any time soon, we’ve decided to take a deep dive to see what we might find. How long have the Bells been back together? Danger Mouse first teased the Broken Bells reunion via Twitter in August, sharing a photo of himself and Mercer in the studio together. The picture was dated Aug. 13, but based on the two’s social media interactions, it might be inferred that the collaboration began again in earnest in the spring of 2018.
When Radiohead released their debut album in early 1993, nobody thought they'd become a career band, let alone the planet's most important new artist going into the 21st century. But more than 25 years, and more than a half-dozen classic records, later, no other band has had the impact, influence and creative zeniths, as our list of the Best Song From Every Radiohead Album proves. It didn't take them long to get there.
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Radiohead are up to something. It's been five years since the band released The King of Limbs, but with the arrival of headlining dates at summer festivals abroad such as Primavera and Lollapalooza Berlin, the unused Bond theme "Spectre" and reports that Radiohead established a new LLC - a likely precursor to a new LP - it's clear that Thom Yorke and company could drop their much anticipated. ninth album at any moment. Perhaps the most overtly political song that Radiohead cut prior to their Bush-era LP, Hail to the Thief, this sarcastic early B-side finds the band taking a broad swipe at the colonialist superpowers that continue to mine and mutilate certain Latin American countries (or "banana republics") for their exports.
All the more reason to stop now and appreciate Radiohead’s many contributions to popular music. Without further ado: Radiohead, Ranked and Dissected. Knives out for the letdown, I’m optimistic but I might be wrong, there, there, no surprises, it’s just lucky everything’s in its right place. Wren Graves Contributing Writer. Siren singing you to shipwreck (Squint and It’s a Pop Song): More straightforward than anything that came later, Pablo Honey comes loaded with plenty of radio-ready material, generic as it often is. Creep is the obvious big hit, but How Do You? could have easily held its own on the Top 40. Almost pop-punk in its bounce, it gets even peppier (and more chaotic) during its final moments with some tack piano from Jonny Greenwood.
|5||My Iron Lung|
|8||Fake Plastic Trees|
|9||You & Whose Army|
|10||Climbing Up The Walls|
|12||Dollars And Cents|
|15||Sing A Song For You|
|16||Union City Blue|
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Electronic / Rock