12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Flashes of emergent experimentalism bring this melodic indie-rock debut to life. This early iteration of Radiohead might be straightforward by their later standards but you can still hear their leftfield instincts surfacing. The crunching riff that rips through “Creep” and “Blowout”’s yin-yang of lounge vibes and grunge noise demonstrate a willing to blemish and warp rock convention to create something much more interesting. Thom Yorke’s vocal is already assured too, delivering angst and pain with the penetration of a surgical scalpel on “Stop Whispering” and “Lurgee”.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Flashes of emergent experimentalism bring this melodic indie-rock debut to life. This early iteration of Radiohead might be straightforward by their later standards but you can still hear their leftfield instincts surfacing. The crunching riff that rips through “Creep” and “Blowout”’s yin-yang of lounge vibes and grunge noise demonstrate a willing to blemish and warp rock convention to create something much more interesting. Thom Yorke’s vocal is already assured too, delivering angst and pain with the penetration of a surgical scalpel on “Stop Whispering” and “Lurgee”.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Rater 🤣🤣🤣🤣 ,

Pablo Honey

I'm Surprised, This Is Really Good Radiohead, Especially Creep, That Stands Above The Rest.

§Hackerz§ ,

Still perfection.

Creep is the best song on here. I heard this again on Absolute Radio 90s and was instantly brought back to my childhood.

Tonkatrixy ,

Creep

Amazing

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