Radiohead

Members of Radiohead: Colin Greenwood, Ed O'Brien, Jonny Greenwood, Phil Selway, Thom Yorke
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Discography of Radiohead:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Kid A 10 Audio 2000-10-03 Capitol Records
2 Amnesiac 11 Audio 2001-06-05 Capitol Records
3 I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings 8 Audio 2001-11-13 Capitol Records
4 Karma Police 3 Audio 1997-08-25
5 Climbing Up The Walls (Remixes) 2 Audio 1997-00-00 Parlophone
6 No Surprises / Running From Demons 6 Audio 1997-12-10 Parlophone
7 Pyramid Song 5 Audio 2001-05-16 Toshiba EMI Ltd
8 Fake Plastic Trees 3 Audio
9 High & Dry / Planet Telex 4 Audio 1995
10 Airbag / How Am I Driving? 7 Audio 1998-04-21 Capitol Records
11 Everything In Its Right Place (Remix) 3 Audio Not On Label (Radiohead)
12 Kid A 10 Audio 2000-10-03 Parlophone
13 Amnesiac 11 Audio 2001-06-04
14 Kid A 10 Audio 2000-10-03 Parlophone
15 My Iron Lung 5 Audio 1994
16 OK Computer 12 Audio 1997-06-16
17 I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings 8 Audio 2001-11-12
18 Kid A 10 Audio 2000-10-02
19 High & Dry 5 Audio 1996 Capitol Records
20 Everything In Its Right Place (House Mix) 3 Audio 2003 GTM
21 Planet Telex 4 Audio 1995 Parlophone
22 Pyramid Song 3 Audio 2001-05-21
23 Knives Out 3 Audio 2001-08-06
24 Pyramid Song 3 Audio 2001-05-21
25 Knives Out 3 Audio 2001-08-06
26 OK Computer 12 Audio 1997-07-01 Capitol Records
27 Street Spirit 3 Audio 2000-10-27 Not On Label (Radiohead)
28 Packt Like Sardines In A Crushd Tin Box (SM Remix) 3 Audio 2002 Guilty
29 There There 3 Audio 2003-05-26
30 Idioteque 3 Audio 2001-11-01 Parlophone
31 Knives Out 4 Audio 2001 Capitol Records
32 Hail To The Thief 14 Audio 2003-06-09 Parlophone
33 There There 3 Audio 2003-05-26
34 Kid A (Book And Compact Disc) 10 Audio 2000-10-02 Parlophone
35 There There 2 Audio 2003-05-00 Capitol Records
36 Amnesiac 11 Audio 2001-06-04
37 Hail To The Thief 14 Audio 2003-06-09 Parlophone
38 Go To Sleep 3 Audio 2003-08-18
39 Go To Sleep 3 Audio 2003-07-00 Parlophone
40 Go To Sleep 3 Audio 2003-08-18 Parlophone
41 Go To Sleep 3 Audio 2003-08-18
42 My Iron Lung 8 Audio 1994-00-00 Parlophone
43 Hail To The Thief (Special Edition) 14 Audio 2003 Capitol Records
44 High & Dry / Planet Telex 4 Audio 1995
45 2+2=5 3 Audio 2003-10-00 Parlophone
46 High & Dry / Planet Telex 4 Audio 1995-02-27
47 Just 3 Audio 1995-08-00
48 Knives Out / Cuttooth 2 Audio 2001 Parlophone
49 Knives Out 4 Audio 2001-00-00 Parlophone
50 Pyramid Song 4 Audio 2001


Radiohead is an English band from Oxfordshire, UK. Their name comes from the [a=Talking Heads] song, "Radio Head", from the "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Talking-Heads-True-Stories/master/39386]True Stories[/url]" album.

Formed by school friends in 1986, Radiohead did not release their first single until 1992's "[r=767600]". The cathartic "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-Creep/master/21481]Creep[/url]", from the debut album "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-Pablo-Honey/master/13344]Pablo Honey[/url]" (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, "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-The-Bends/master/17008]The Bends[/url]" (1995), earning fans with their dense guitar atmospheres and front man [a=Thom Yorke]'s expressive singing. The album featured the hits "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-High-Dry-Planet-Telex/release/199387]High & Dry[/url]", "[r=1463625]" and "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-Fake-Plastic-Trees/master/21526]Fake Plastic Trees[/url]".

The band's third album, "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-OK-Computer/master/21491]OK Computer[/url]" (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. "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-Kid-A/master/21501]Kid A[/url]" (2000) marked further evolution, containing influences from experimental electronic music.

"[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-Hail-To-The-Thief/master/16962]Hail To The Thief[/url]" (2003) was seen as a conventional return to the guitar and piano-led rock sound. After fulfilling their contract with EMI, Radiohead released "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-In-Rainbows/master/21520]In Rainbows[/url]" (2007) famously via a pay-what-you-want model. Their latest album, "[url=http://www.discogs.com/Radiohead-The-King-Of-Limbs/master/311832]The King Of Limbs[/url]" was released in February 2011.



Radiohead's original influences were cited as alternative rock and post-punk bands like [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Smiths,+The]The Smiths[/url], [a=Pixies], [a=Magazine], [a=Joy Division], and [a=R.E.M.] (with lead singer of the band, Thom Yorke, refering to himself as an 'R.E.M. groupie').


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