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I was never a great fan of this group, from who some critics said that they were the new Pink Floyd (it could be possible; David Gilmour said once that they were his favourite band of the 90-ies). The hit Creep from their debut album Pablo Honey ('93) is a classical top 100 song, Karma Police and Paranoid Android ('97) are great singles and they had a wonderfull clip with Anton Corbijn. But after seeing them on Pink Pop (2001) i must confess i liked them performing. And that was not only because Tom made jokes about Limb Bizkit (they played before them). So i bought the red book called Amnesiac [This book is to be hidden. Labyrinthine structures are entered at the readers own risk. ....] and indeed that album is 120 minutes to short.(Althrough my wifes says something different...).
The Bends some say one of the best pop-albums of the last century was released a few years before ('95). John Lecklie, known from Pink Floyd (in the begin of the 70-ies as engineer), the Simple Minds, XTC, The Fall, Stone Roses, The Verve & Kula Shaker produced the album.
radiohead Followed by OK Computer ('97) and to make a statement Kid A (2000) followed, an album without the impressing guitar riffs, an album which is based on simple synthesizers structures and piano-settings.

The group started in Oxford 1984 (!) called December Friday. The played smooth pop-songs even with a horn-section. After the band-members go to different Universities the band splitt up till '91.

Thom E.York- vocals and guitar, 07-10-68
Jon Greenwood- lead-guitar and keys, 05-11-71
Ed O'Brien- vocals and guitar, 15-04-68
Colin Greenwood- bass, 26-06-69 &
Phil Selway- drums, 23-05-64.

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I Might Be Wrong (Live Recordings)(end of 2001)
Tracklist: The National Anthem (4:57), I Might Be Wrong (4:52), Morning Bell (4:14), Like Spinning Plates (3:48), Idioteque (4:25), Everything In Its Right Place (7:42), Dollars And Cents (5:13), True Love Waits (5:03). Total time 40:16.

The original intention was that a single of I Might Be Wrong would be released with bonus live tracks. However, this evolved into a full blown album with eight tracks recorded at shows in Oxford, Berlin, Oslo and Vaison La Romaine. All of the tracks, bar one, are taken from the Kid A and Amnesiac albums with the only previously unreleased piece being the final True Live Waits, an old composition in itself and also a Radiohead live favourite.


Radiohead will release their sixth album Hail To The Thief on Parlophone on June 9. This will be preceded by the single “There There” on May 26.
“Hail To The Thief” features 14 tracks and was recorded in Oxford and Los Angeles. It was produced by Nigel Godrich and Radiohead, and mixed by Nigel Godrich.

Thom Yorke : vocals, guitar, keyboards, piano, laptop,
radiohead Jonny Greenwood : leadguitar, analogue systems, ondes martenot, laptop, toy piano, glockenspiel,
Ed O’Brien : guitar, effects, voice,
Colin Greenwood : bass, string synth, sampler,
Phil Selway : drums, percussion.

Mmm what must i say, it will be not my favourite album of this band, i think it will not end at my top 10 of 2003 either. It's to experimental, to much Kid A.

Radiohead performed at Werchter on June 26th.


News October 2007:
The new Radiohead album In Rainbows will be released in a unique format. Recorded without studiobacking, the album will initially only be available through the band's website in two formats: A download album, which will be available from October 10th (yes, next week) and a Disc Box on December 3rd, which contains the album both on CD and on two heavyweight 12 Inch vinyl records, an additional enhanced CD with more new songs, artwork and lyrics booklets, all encased in a hardback book and slipcase. The Disc box will also contain digital photographs and artwork as well as the download version of the album.

A regular CD version 'might' be released somewhere in 2008.

Radiohead's new music has been characterized by the band as "almost embarrassingly minimal," "sparse with lots of bass," and, more recently, "lush", according to Stanley Donwood, who worked closely with them on the artwork of the new album. Singer Tom Yorke described the lyrical concept of the album as, "It's about that anonymous fear thing, sitting in traffic, thinking, 'I'm sure I'm supposed to be doing something else'... it's similar to OK Computer in a way. It's much more terrifying. But OK Computer was terrifying too – some of the lyrics were."

In another unique move the download version of the album does not have a set price. Instead, the price field on the online orderform is left blank and customers can decide themselves how much they want to pay for the new album. So if you want to have the album for free, you can!
The Disc Box is slightly less economical at £ 40.

Radiohead - In Rainbows Discbox
In Rainbows:
  1. 15 Step
  2. Bodysnatchers
  3. Nude
  4. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
  5. All I Need
  6. Faust ARP
  7. Reckoner
  8. House of Cards
  9. Jigsaw Falling into Place
  10. Videotape
Discbox version bonus disc:
  1. MK 1
  2. Down Is the New Up
  3. Go Slowly
  4. MK 2
  5. Last Flowers
  6. Up on the Ladder
  7. Bangers and Mash
  8. 4 Minute Warning

Thom Yorke

The Eraser ( 2006) . Produced by Nigel Godrich (the 5th Radiohead-member) and featuring cover art by Stanley Donwood.

Thom Yorke – vocals, instrumentation
Nigel Godrich – arrangement, production, mixing, instrumentation
Jonny Greenwood – piano

On 21 September Yorke released a new double-A side single, "Feeling Pulled Apart by Horses / The Hollow Earth".[30] It was later announced that he has established an unnamed band with Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Joey Waronker of R.E.M. and Beck, Mauro Refosco of Forro in the Dark and producer Nigel Godrich.[31] They played two sold out shows at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles on 4 and 5 October 2009.[32] Two days before, Yorke also played a "warm-up" show at the Echoplex in Los Angeles.[33] On 25 February 2010, Yorke officially gave the band the name Atoms for Peace.


- Drugstore "El President"
- Come Again "Wish You Were Here"
Thom collaborated with Sparklehorse on a cover of Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here." Thom sang his part on the telephone from his hotel room where you can hear his TV in the background.
- UNKLE "Rabbit In Your Headlights"
Thom and DJ Shadow got together during the OK Computer tour in San Francisco and recorded "Rabbit in Your Headlights" for the James Lavelle projext going under the name UNKLE. The album is called Psyence Fiction.
- Velvet Goldmine
Thom and Jonny got together with Bernard Butler, Andy Mackay, and Paul Kimble to form the band, The Venus in Furs. They recorded five songs for the Michael Stipe produced movie, Velvet Goldmine.
- Bjork "I've Seen It All"
Thom appeared on Bjork's Selmasongs, the soundtrack to her movie, Dancer in the Dark. Thom and Bjork sang a duet together called "I've Seen It All".
- PJ Harvey
Thom had a strong presence on PJ Harvey's 2000 release, Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea. Thom did a duet with Harvey on the song "This Mess We're In" and sang back-up on two other songs: "One Line" and "Beautiful Feeling".
- Band Aid
In December 2004, Yorke and Greenwood contributed to the Band Aid 20 "Do They Know It's Christmas?" charity single. While he does not sing, Yorke can be seen playing piano in the music video.
- Modeselektor
Thom Yorke contributed vocals to the song "The White Flash" by Modeselektor in 2007.
- Live collaborations
In 1998, Yorke performed with R.E.M. at the Tibetan Freedom Concert in Washington, D.C., singing "Be Mine" with the group and singing Patti Smith's part of "E-Bow the Letter", a duet with lead singer Michael Stipe (Stipe also joined Radiohead for a song, singing Yorke's part on "Lucky"). In spring 2002, Yorke and Beck made a surprise appearance at a Los Angeles benefit concert for fairer record label contracts, duetting on an acoustic cover of the Velvet Underground song "I'm Set Free". In 2006, Yorke performed several songs from The Eraser live on TV and radio programmes with producer Nigel Godrich and members of Radiohead.
- Flying Lotus
In 2010 Yorke contributed vocals to the song ...And The World Laughs With You on the album Cosmogramma by Flying Lotus Yorke produced 'Gazzillion Ear (Thom Yorke Remix)' for the 2009 album 'Born Like This', by MF Doom.

Johnny Greenwood

Bodysong (2003).

Julian Arguelles - Saxophone
Gerard Presencer - Trumpet
Colin Greenwood - Bass, Programming
Jeremy Brown - Bass
Gene Calderazzo - drums
The Emperor Quartet - Strings
Jonny Greenwood - Piano, Ondes Martenot

Greenwood composed the score for the 2007 film, There Will Be Blood, from director Paul Thomas Anderson. The soundtrack contains excerpts from "Popcorn Superhet Receiver". His work as the composer for this film was highly acclaimed by reviewers and earned him an award at the Critics' Choice Awards.
In February 2010, Greenwood debuted a composition entitled "Doghouse" at the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios.


Jonny Greenwood played harmonica on Pavement's LP, Terror Twilight. He played on the songs "Platform Blues" and "Billie". Also notice that the album was produced and mixed by Nigel Godrich ( which explains why Jonny had a little part on it)
- Velvet Goldmine
Thom and Jonny got together with Bernard Butler, Andy Mackay, and Paul Kimble to form the band, The Venus in Furs. They recorded five songs for the Michael Stipe produced movie, Velvet Goldmine.

Phil Selway

Selway has been associated with emotional support group Samaritans as a listening volunteer since 1991. He performed with the band Dive Dive in March 2005 and appeared in the movie Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire as a member of the band "The Weird Sisters" along with Radiohead bandmate Jonny Greenwood and Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker.
Selway has also toured and recorded with Neil Finn as part of the 7 Worlds Collide project. He drummed on their eponymous 2001 live album, and provides drums, guitar and occasional lead vocals on their 2009 studio album, The Sun Came Out, where he also penned two tracks.
He appears on two tracks - "Rest on the Rock" and "Out of Light" - on the album, Before the Ruin, by Roddy Woomble, Kris Drever and John McCusker,[5] and is currently recording a solo album.[6]
In 2009 Selway played on guitarist Martin Simpson's studio album "True Stories".

July 2010:
Phil selway I just wanted to let you know what I've been up to recently in my idle moments in Radiohead. Over the past year or so, I've written and recorded an album which I've called Familial. It will be released on Bella Union on 30th August, except for USA and Canada, where it will be released on 31st August through Nonesuch. If you'd like to download a free track from my album then please go to www.philipselway.com. The song is called By Some Miracle and is available now. I'm also doing some shows and there's information about those on the website too.

Thank you x



Updated July 2010 by Nick.
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