Radiohead

futureboy

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Big fan here - my favourite albums are OK Computer and Hail To The Thief, although most of the others are spectacular too.

It's too hard to say what my favourite individual tracks are, but some of the ones I always come back to are Airbag, Just, Pyramid Song, Sail to the Moon, Paranoid Android... oh I don't know, actually. There's too many.
 

BoroMart

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Love Radiohead, favourite is probably Airbag, love the bassline and the drums piped through some guitar effects.

Other notable faves: Daily Mail, Street Spirit, Man of War, Identikit, Spectre, Life In A Glasshouse, Talkshow Host, Nude, Everything In Its Right Place and A Wolf At The Door
 

Glover_elbow

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In rainbows in my favourite album then OK computer. Songs is a tough one airbag weird fishes lotus flower down is the new up, nice dream codex. If you haven't seen in rainbows from the basement on YouTube would highly recommend musicianship is astonishing.
 

HiredGun123

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Great band

Ok Computer and Kid A are still their finest moments I think. In Rainbows not far behind. Obviously The Bends has great tracks.

I’ve not really liked much from the King Of Limbs onwards though. I think it’s been a big drop in quality but they get away with it because they’re so revered. Almost like reviewers are afraid to give them a bad review now incase they’re accused of not “getting it” when in fact it might not be that great.

Climbing Up The Walls has always been a favourite. Street Spirit too.

Never really understood why people think it’s all depressing stuff, I can only assume they never really listened to their body of work and just repeat what others say. a lot of it is pretty uplifting, musically at least.
 

Glover_elbow

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Great band

Ok Computer and Kid A are still their finest moments I think. In Rainbows not far behind. Obviously The Bends has great tracks.

I’ve not really liked much from the King Of Limbs onwards though. I think it’s been a big drop in quality but they get away with it because they’re so revered. Almost like reviewers are afraid to give them a bad review now incase they’re accused of not “getting it” when in fact it might not be that great.

Climbing Up The Walls has always been a favourite. Street Spirit too.

Never really understood why people think it’s all depressing stuff, I can only assume they never really listened to their body of work and just repeat what others say. a lot of it is pretty uplifting, musically at least.
Agree with all that definitely a drop of in quality over the years moonshape pool was a let down but how do you try and eclipse the perfection of OK computer . Tom's voice sounds a bit shot from live performances these days as well but they are still my favorite band
 

Anton_Berg

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The Bends is like a lot of incomplete tunes with promising intros.
OK Computer always reminds me of the week that followed the death of Princess Diana.
 
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