Editors’ Notes Initially dismissed as a one-hit wonder, Radiohead evolved into one of the world's most acclaimed bands thanks to a willingness to tread where few had gone before. The angsty Britpop of 1995's The Bends first signaled that the Oxford quintet were a unique proposition. But it was 1997's OK Computer, an ambitious, pre-millennial blend of prog rock and electronic music, that elevated them to the realm of all-time greats. From the chart-topping minimalism of Kid A to the abstract art rock of The King of Limbs, they have consistently pushed boundaries ever since.

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ALBUM
Paranoid Android
6:27
 
Everything in Its Right Place
4:11
 
Karma Police (Remastered)
4:21
 
Fake Plastic Trees
4:50
 
The National Anthem
5:51
 
Creep
3:58
 
15 Step
3:57
 
High and Dry
4:17
 
Let Down
4:59
 
There, There
5:23
 
Burn the Witch
3:40
 
The Bends
4:06
 
House of Cards
5:28
 
Optimistic
5:15
 
No Surprises (Remastered)
3:48
 
Pyramid Song
4:48
 
Just
3:54
 
All I Need
3:48
 
Lotus Flower
5:00
 
2 + 2 = 5
3:19
 
I Might Be Wrong
4:53
 
Idioteque
5:09
 
Street Spirit (Fade Out)
4:13
 
Nude
4:15
 
Exit Music (For a Film)
4:27
 

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