Album: The Bends (1995)
  • According to Q magazine April 2008 this was underpinned, unusually for Radiohead, by a blues-boogie beat. After much trial and error, the tempo, and the tuning of Phil Selway's drums, were eventually settled during their second stint of recording at the Manor studios in Oxfordshire.
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  • Indigo from Adelaide, Australiayes, one of my fav Radiohead songs.
  • Ni from Mechanicsburg, Padamned good song..."I used to fly like peter pannnnnnn"
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