Surface styles of Radiohead albums have changed dramatically over the years. The indie-rock anthems of The Bends led, ever so gradually, to the string-laden sound of A Moon Shaped Pool. But through every stage of evolution, the band has kept its talents for smart, surprising arrangements and thrilling group performances intact. Even on their grunge-influenced debut Pablo Honey, they toyed with rhythmic innovations, a fascination that persisted through the experimental dance music of The King of Limbs. Here you'll get a touch of every stop on the band's winding, fascinating journey.