A1 2 + 2 = 5 (The Lukewarm.) A2 Sit Down. Stand Up. (Snakes & Ladders.) A3 Sail To The Moon. (Brush The Cobwebs Out Of The Sky.) B1 Backdrifts. (Honeymoon Is Over.) B2 Go To Sleep. (Little Man Being Erased.) B3 Where I End And You Begin. (The Sky Is Falling In.) C1 We Suck Young Blood. (Your Time Is Up.) C2 The Gloaming. (Softly Open Our Mouths In The Cold.) C3 There There. (The Boney King Of Nowhere.) C4 I Will. (No Man's Land.) D1 A Punchup At A Wedding. (No No No No No No No No.) D2 Myxomatosis. (Judge, Jury & Executioner.) D3 Scatterbrain. (As Dead As Leaves.) D4 A Wolf At The Door. (It Girl. Rag Doll.)
Bass, Synthesizer [String], Sampler – Colin Greenwood Design [Packaging] – Stanley Donwood Drums, Percussion – Philip Selway Engineer – Darrell Thorp Guitar, Effects, Vocals – Ed O'Brien Guitar, Glockenspiel, Piano [Toy], Computer [Laptop], Ondes Martenot, Instruments [Analogue Systems] – Jonny Greenwood Lyrics By, Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Computer [Laptop] – Thom Yorke Recorded By, Edited By, Mixed By – Nigel Godrich Written-By, Performer – Radiohead
Published by Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. (c)&(p) 2003 EMI Records Ltd. Made in EU Comes in a gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves.
Radiohead is an English alternative rock group from Oxfordshire, UK. Their name comes from the Talking Heads song, "Radio Head", from the "True Stories" album.
Formed by school friends in 1986, Radiohead did not release their first single until 1992’s “Drill EP”. The cathartic "Creep", from the debut album "Pablo Honey" (1993), became a worldwide hit as grunge music dominated radio airwaves.
Radiohead were initially branded as a one-hit wonder abroad, but caught on at home in the UK with their second album, "The Bends" (1995), earning fans with their dense guitar atmospheres and front man Thom Yorke’s expressive singing. The album featured the hits “High & Dry”, “Just” and "Fake Plastic Trees".
The band’s third album, "OK Computer" (1997), propelled them to greater attention. Popular both for its expansive sound and themes of modern alienation, the album has been acclaimed by critics as a landmark record of the 1990's, some critics go as far to consider it one of the best of all time. The album featured the popular singles "Paranoid Android", "Karma Police" and "No Surprises".
Radiohead’s original influences were cited as alternative rock and post-punk bands like The Smiths, Pixies, Magazine, Joy Division, and R.E.M. (with lead singer of the band, Thom Yorke, refering to himself as an 'R.E.M. groupie').
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Here's an audio sample of this vinyl (recorded into by my computer via my turntable): /user747064082/sidea
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