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Radiohead – TV’s Most Surreal Music Performances

Nothing screamed "summertime sadness" back in the '90s quite like kicking it at the MTV Beach House.

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Radiohead’s ‘The Bends’ – A Classic Album Revisited

Nobody expected ‘The Bends’ from Radiohead.

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Watch Roman GianArthur Cover Radiohead

R&B singer Roman GianArthur recently stopped by our sister site the Boombox for a chat and performance.

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This Day in Indie-Rock History: Radiohead Release Their Debut Album

‘Pablo Honey’ is the Radiohead album fans wish didn’t exist. From the start, the band’s 1993 debut was doomed for dismissal. It was preceded the previous year by the group’s first single, ‘Creep,’ which, at the time, seemed like just another song in a series of mopey alt-rock tunes that surfaced after Nirvana’s 1991 complaint-rock classic ‘Nevermind.’ Sure, it had that great chunky guitar-slashing assault before the chorus, but other than that, ‘Creep’ didn’t sound all that special.

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13 Years Ago: Radiohead’s ‘Kid A’ Album Released

On the first day, there was ‘Pablo Honey,’ and fans of Ocean Colour Scene rejoiced. On the second and third, there was ‘The Bends,’ and followers anew appeared -- some that liked Oasis, some that liked Blur. On the fourth, fifth and sixth days, there was ‘OK Computer,’ and the rock critics swooned. And on the seventh day, a robot alien invader landed on earth and gifted us with ‘Kid A.’ At least that's how it felt.

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16 Years Ago: Radiohead’s ‘OK Computer’ Album Released

‘OK Computer’ is where everything changed for Radiohead. Their 1993 debut album, ‘Pablo Honey,’ was spotty, bland and tentative; its 1995 follow-up, ‘The Bends,’ was a major leap forward. But who was sure which Radiohead was the real one: the generic grunge busters of ‘Pablo Honey’ or the adventurous art troupe of ‘The Bends’? Turns out the band that made ‘The Bends’ was just getting started.

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10 Best Radiohead Lyrics

Radiohead's best songs are a combination of lyrics and music. In fact, it's often hard to separate the two. But as the band's confidence swelled during the making of 'OK Computer,' so did their flights of lyrical abstraction, which makes it hard to pinpoint the 10 Best Radiohead Lyrics. Their greatest tracks -- especially those on th

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10 Years Ago: Radiohead’s ‘Hail to the Thief’ Album Released

Radiohead labored over ‘Kid A’ to the point where they had spent way more time in the studio recording their 2000 masterpiece than they had planned. They also ended up with way more music than they needed. The leftover tracks surfaced on the following year’s ‘Amnesiac.’ And by then, Radiohead were exhausted and pretty sure they didn’t want to make another record like ‘Kid A.’ At least for the time being.

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The Radiohead Jazz Project – Great Tribute Bands

Only Radiohead could inspire a private music conservatory to drop money on commissioning a team of internationally renowned jazz maestros to arrange a large selection of their tunes -- then assemble a large all-star ensemble to record the compositions. The Radiohead Jazz Project's takes on classics

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News Bits: Thom Yorke Ponders Radiohead’s Future, DFA Celebrates Its Past + More

Thom Yorke reveals he "frequently" thinks of ending Radiohead, and that his bandmates "just wait for to do it."

DFA Records is planning one heckuva 12th birthday party.

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