The English alternative rock band Radiohead have released nine studio albums, one live album, four compilation albums, one remix album, nine video albums, six EPs, 31 singles and 39 music videos. Radiohead released their debut studio album Pablo Honey in February 1993. It peaked at number 22 in the United Kingdom, receiving platinum certifications from the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
If the recording process for Radiohead’s second album, The Bends, sounds torturous, it also sounds like how they recorded most of their other albums. Kid A spanned 18 months and half a dozen different studios. For the most part, they have: They’ve put out eight studio albums, most of which really do sound distinct from all the others. Because of this, their technical wizardry, their fire-breathing live shows, and their timeless gift for melody, Radiohead are the most beloved, critically acclaimed rock band working today. All eight records range from possibly the greatest album of all time to, at the very least, pretty good. This made ranking them a difficult, vexing process. We didn’t rest until we compromised on a list that left us all equally upset.
On May 8, Radiohead unveiled A Moon Shaped Pool-its first studio album in five years, and the latest in a decades-long career that’s seen the band grow from a scrappy, slightly sour-pussed guitar-rock outfit to a sprawling, slightly sour-pussed experimental combo. Pablo Honey will always be best remembered for the weirdo hit single Creep, a snarling anti-love song anchored by Thom Yorke’s soaringly pissant voice, Johnny Greenwood’s distorted pre-chorus guitar gulp, and lyrics seemingly grifted from the most miserable yearbook quote of all time.
This is by far the best Radiohead album. It's not as light as OK computer, and it leaves you hanging between reality and some parallel universe. Some of my best memories have had this album as their background music (as weird as this may look). Should be no 2 best Radiohead album. Behind Ok COmputer of course - saat. First album I ever bought, and I knew nearly nothing about the band as I was fairly new to music at the age of 14. It served as a great introduction to Radiohead and their unique style. A lot of times, I think if I hadn't started with this album, I would've had a much harder time understanding their later, more "daring" records (see: King of Limbs). These songs are definitely Radiohead songs, but they're much easier to listen to, to me, anyway
Radiohead: A Complete Album Guide. art-rock visionaries’ discography – from space-guitar epics to glitchy symphonies. We survey the full album discography by rock's most innovative band. Steve Double/Camera Press/Redux. In May, Radiohead returned in a big way, releasing a brilliant new LP, A Moon Shaped Pool, that ranks with their finest work. Here we survey the full album discography of contemporary rock’s most innovative band. OK Computer (1997) A reputation-securing masterwork. Jonny Greenwood’s guitar wizardry made for sweeping space-rock epics, while Thom Yorke bemoaned n and yuppies networking. The result: one of the Nineties’ best LPs.
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|5||Subterranean Homesick Alien|
|6||My Iron Lung|
|12||Fake Plastic Trees|
|16||Creep (Acoustic Version)|