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The King of Limbs


Radiohead en Paris 10 junio 2008 - Fotos por Laurence Boisnard


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RADIOHEAD - In Rainbows (Disc 2) por Juan Gallardo Comentario
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AMNESIAC, letras, datos
KID A | letras |comentarios
Hail to the thief , LETRAS EN ESPAÑOL

Daydream Festival en Barcelona Fotos directo +"Off Computer" /12 /6 /08
Radiohead en el Foro del Sol / México
Crónica de un concierto muy esperado Por Alejandra Hidalgo
Radiohead en Río de Janeiro / Brasil
Radiohead abre el Quilmes / Argentina
28,000 personas ven a Radiohead en Chile
Galerías >100


Fotos directo giras
1994 / 1997 / 1998 / 2000 /2001 / 2002

Radiohead en  México /  Brazil / Argentina 
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BIOGRAFIA..............BIOGRAPHY
Radiohead, selección fotos de directo, desde Ok Computer en 1997. Fotos realizadas por IndyRock. Laurence Boisnard y  J. E. Gómez
RADIOHEAD, ¿Quienes son?
Thom # Jonny # Ed # Colin # Phil

BIOGRAFIA
El nombre de Radiohead está sacado de una canción de Talking Heads, del album True Storis, de la canción llamada RADIO HEAD
Radiohead son originarios de Oxford, los cinco miembros de la banda, procedentes de familias de clase media, se conocieron a mediados de los ochenta en Abingdon School, una pequeña ciudad cercana a Oxford. 

El primer nombre de la banda fue "On a Friday", su primera grabación fue The Drill EP 
en mayo del 92. Los fichó Parlophone, entraron en los circuitos de directos, como cualquier banda inglesa. Grabaron Pablo Honey, su primer LP que incluía Creep, la canción con la que dieron la vuelta al mundo, varias veces y que fue grabada 
casi por error, y la que Mr abusive quiso estropear con los chasquidos que le dieron la fuerza. 
Una crítica controvertida, prohibiciones de sus canciones en emisoras,
entran en el culto y suben al podium. Engrasan la máquina de directos y 
desde entonces son uno de los grupos que más "bolos" hacen por año. 

Un segundo EP My Iron Lung, y un segundo LP "The Bends", considerado por la crítica el mejor album del año, y una creciente bandada de seguidores fieles , que se han incrementado con la salida de su tercer album, OK Computer en mayo del 97. Y si las críticas para The Bends fueron buenas , en este caso han cosechado las mejores calificaciones de todas las revistas especializadas del mundo y han entrado en las listas de ventas en el número uno en varios paises ( UK, Irlanda, Alemania, Noruega...) y en otros han alcanzado posiciones muy altas, como el puesto 21 en USA, dico de oro en Canada, Nueva Zelanda e Irlanda y platino en UK. La compañia de discos, por fin apuesta por ellos, a pesar de que tanto el contenido del disco como los videos promocionales han sido calificados de "comercialmente suicidas". 
La  gira "Againts demons" empezó el 22 de mayo en Barcelona, con la presentación mundial del disco en la sala Zeleste. Han sido cabeza de cártel de destacados festivales europeos, incluyendo Glastonbury 97 , donde volvieron a cosechar toda clase de elogios. Se prolongo a lo largo del año 97 y hasta abril del 98, pasando por Europa, Australia, Nueva Zelanda, Japon y USA. En junio del mismo año participaron en el Tibetan Frredom en Washington y su ultima aparicion en publico fue en paris en diciembre del mismo año en el concierto de Amnesty International ,. 

OK Computer vendio 4,5 millones de discos en todo el mundo. Durante el año 99 solo han actuado en el festival Tibetan freedom (Jonny junto a Thom) y donde tocaron un tema inedito "nothing to fear". Han compuesto la banda sonora de la serie dramatica para la BBC "Eureka Street", la cual ha salido a la venta en UK.. Ademas Thom ha colaborado en los discos de Bjork y PJ Harvey que han salido en septiembre y octubre del 2000, respectivamente



Kid A 2000
Radiohead comenzaron grabando algo de material en un estudio movil que llevaban durante la gira de OK Computer. A finales del 98 escriberon nuevo material y comenzaron con la grabacion en enero del 99 en Paris en los estudios Saint Germaine, durante dos semanas, con el productor Nigel Godrich, aunque pasaron tambien por Copenhagen, en febero- marzo, durante otras dos semanas y en abril - mayo estuvieron en una masion tipica britanica, Basfer House en Gloucertershire. En septiembre el estudio propiedad de la banda estaba ya preparado y terminaron de grabar alli. Durante el año 99 solo han actuado en el festival Tibetan freedom (Jonny junto a Thom) y donde tocaron un tema inedito "nothing to fear". Han compuesto la banda sonora de la serie dramatica para la BBC "Eureka Street", la cual ha salido a la venta en UK. Radiohead mezclaron su Kid A  en Londres, y Ed dio a conocer las evoluciones de la grabacion  a traves de un diario en su web site oficial ( http://www.radiohead.com/us.html). Tambien hicieron varios webcast a traves de su pagina web, emitiendo algunos avances del nuevo trabajo.

El disco salio a la calle el 2 de octubre en Europa y el 3 en USA. En la primera semana consiguieron ser número 1 en varios paises, entre ellos UK y USA, a pesar de que se habia calificado de "suicidio comercial", no solo por el hecho de ser un disco muy experimental sino tambien por que no hicieron ni singles, ni videos previos al lanzamiento. La gira de presentacion de Kid A empezo en junio, mucho antes de la salida del disco, en anfiteatros y espacios abiertos de poca capacidad. En Septiembre- octubre del 2000 han realizado otra mini gira que les ha llevado a varios paises europeos, finalizando en Canada y USA.  La prensa les ha dedicado muchisima antencion y aunque las criticas no han sido tan unanimes como en el caso de OK Computer, la mayoria califican de obra maestra  a Kid A.



Amnesiac 2001
Packt like sardines in a crushd tin box  es la cancion que abre el  album 'Amnesiac' y tiene una version de 'Living in a Glass House', con la colaboracion de Humphrey Lyttleton . Tambien estaran incluidos 'Pyramid Song', 'Knives Out', 'Dollars and Cents', 'I Might Be Wrong' y 'You and Whose Army?'., pulk/pull revolving doors, like spinning plates, hunting bears y una nueva version de Morning bell El album sale el 4 de junio del 2001y  precedido por  el single Pyramid song (mayo 2001). La giracomenzo en Bilbao el 26 de mayo y recorrio Europa, USA y Japon. Numerosas entrevistas se han concedido a los medios de comunicacion, incluido el britanico NME. La promocion del nuevo trabajo va acompañada tambien por videos, y toda la parafernalia habitual. En España, a su llegada a Bilbao concedieron una rueda de prensa. En agosto sale el single Knives Out. Continuan la gira por distintas ciudades americanas, europeas y en Japon, donde la terminan a principios de octubre.

En noviembre de 2001 sale a la calle un mini album I Might Be Wrong - Live Recordings' que contiene el tema aun inedito"True Love Waits" ademas de versiones en directo de "The National Anthem," "I Might Be Wrong," "Morning Bell," "Like Spinning Plates," "Idioteque," "Everything In Its Right Place," "Dollars and Cents" 


2002
En abril la banda vuelve al estudio de grabacion y anuncian que el nuevo album saldra en el 2003, pero inesperadamenta anuncian una gira de presentacion de nuevo material en varios shows en Portugal y España incluido el festival de Benicassim
A partir de septiembre graban entre Oxford y Los Angeles con la produccion de Nigel Godrich
2003
El dia 9 de junio sale Hail To The Thief, y se inicia una gira de presentacion del nuevo trabajo por festivales de Europa, USA y Japon.
Un unico concierto en España el dia 16 de julio de 2003 congrega en Las Ventas a mas de 16.000 seguidores incondicionales de la banda
2004
Japan /Australia Tour 2004
Ivor Novello Ganadores International Achievement - Radiohead 
Participan en el disco Band Aid 20

2005
Thom Yorke y Jonny Greenwood tocaron material nuevo en el concierto que ofrecieron en el Royal Festival Hall de Londres el 27 de marzo de 2005  junto a la London Sinfonietta
18 agosto 2005 comienza la grabacion del septimo album de estudio
2006
Realizan una larga gira entre mayo y agosto
Thom publica en solitario The Eraser en julio
La publicación del album de Radiohead se retrasa

2007
En octubre de 2007 dan el campanazo ofreciendo su nuevo trabajo In Rainbows a través de su web oficial para descargar por el sistema "paga lo que quieras" y posteriormente lanzan un pack especial del disco que contiene un segundo Cd, libreto, art work, y extras. 
Consiguen ponerse en la cabeza de las listas de ventas de UK, USA y numerosos paises europeos

2008
Comienzan el año con un concierto sorpresa y gratuito en Londres que además emiten a traves de Radiohead.tv
Entre junio y octubre estan de gira presentando In Rainbows

2009
Realizan algunas fechas de gira por Europa incluidos  festivales en Austria, Polonia y Checoscolaquia
Primera gira por Latinoamerica desde Creep
visitan Chile, Argentina, Brazil y México

2010
Radiohead graban nuevo disco
2011

En febrero de 2011, lanzan por sorpresa un nuevo álbum, "The King of Limbs"

2016 Radiohead publican su noveno disco de estudio A Moon shaped pool, en formato digital el 8 de mayo y en formato físico el 17  de junio. 
Le sigue una extensa gira por los mejores festivales, en España lo hacen el Primavera Sound.
BIOGRAPHY
THOMAS EDWARD YORKE
October 7, 1968. Wellingborough, Northamptonshire
Instrument, guitar, vocals, 
keyboards. 
Education: Abingdon School; 
studied English 

and Art at Exeter University. 
Previous bands/jobs: played
guitar in Exeter techno 
band Flickernoise,

worked as an ordely in a mental hospital
FIVE KEY WORDS: Creative, guarded, sarky, moody, hyperactive.
FAVORITE MUSIC: (Past influences) Elvis Costello, Scott Walker, Japan, R.E.M, Throwing Muses, Joy Division. (Current faves) P.J Harvey, Faust, Can, Prince Buster, DJ Shadow, Laika, The Verve, Penderecki.
NOTES: During his first year at Exeter University he sported a long coat and a trilby hat: Steptoe & The Bunnymen chic. Still likes clothes. Changes his hairstyle more often and more radically than the others. Writes the bulk of the songs which band arrange and mutate. Drives a Fiat Punto. 
STUFF HE'S SAID: "I'm a control freak." "I can't delegate. I don't care what anybody says about burning myself out because I just feel like I have to do all this stuff, it's too important." "Exit Music was the first performance that we recorded where every note of it makes me really happy." "Being in a band turns you into a child and keeps you there." "It's a fine line between writing something with genuine emotional impact and turning into little idiots feeling sorry for ourselves and playing stadium rock." "The others were all brought up to be polite. I wasn't." 
WHAT THE OTHERS HAVE SAID ABOUT HIM: "He's very quiet. He can get tense very quickly. He's moody and childish and aloof but he can also be very affectionate and friendly." (Jonny) "If he has a day off he'll spend it shopping." (Jonny) 
Discografia en solitario
ÁlbumesThe Eraser (2006) 

[editar] SencillosThe Eraser 
Black Swan 
Harrowdown Hill 
Analyse 
Otros 
Spitting Feathers EP (2006) 
Feeling Pulled Apart By Horses / The Hollow Earth (2009) 
Hearing Damage (2009) - (Banda sonora de la Película Luna Nueva) 

COLIN CHARLES GREENWOOD

June 26, 1969.
Instrument: bass 
Education: Abington School; read 
English Literature at Cambridge. 
Previous jobs: Ents officer at 
Peterhouse, Cambridge; 
assistant at Our Price, Oxford.
FIVE KEY WORDS: Garrulous, funny, bookish, can't drive. FAVORITE MUSIC: (Past influences) Talking heads, The Fall, R.E.M, Tom Waits. (Current faves) Ennio morricone, Prince Buster, Lee Scratch Perry. 
NOTES: Known as Coz. Could talk the hind legs off the Household Cavalry. 
STUFF HE'S SAID: 'Why can't I get a shag?" "There's a literary analogy for that." "What I really hated about Britpop was all that tiresome irony. As if bands shouldn't be serious things." " I tend to play better in the studio, no pressures, just sheer volume and alcohol."
WHAT THE OTHERS HAVE SAID ABOUT HIM: "Here's a tip: don't believe a thing he says." (Ed) Likes a drink." (Phil) " He's very strong-minded and astute." (Thom) "He's downloaded a library." (Thom) 
JONATHAN GREENWOOD

November 5, 1971. 
Instrument: How long have you got? 
Education: Abingdon School; began 
course in psychology at Oxford Poly. 

Previous jobs: Went straight into band.
FIVE KEY WORDS: Funny, erudite, impatient, splint, fringe
FAVORITE MUSIC: (Past influences) Jazz, Miles Davis, Elvis Costello. (Current faves) Mo'Wax, Can, Pink Floyd's Meddle. 
NOTES: Hardly drinks. Married. Known as "the dreamer" at school. Likes bying clothes. Wrote The Tourist, the final track on OK Computer. 
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EDWARD JOHN O'BRIEN 
April 15, 1968. 
Instrument: guitar, percussion, vocals 

Education: Abingdon School; studied 
Economics at Manchester University

Previous jobs: Barman.
FIVE KEY WORDS: Tall, dark, handsome, riffs, spliffs
FAVORITE MUSIC: (Previous influences) Beatles, Dinosaur Jr, Joy Division, Happy Mondays, Smiths, NWA. (Current faves) Mansun, ROC, The Verve, Moloko. 
NOTES: Ed's dad is well-known as a keen follower of the band's fortunes and pop in general. "His dad will come in waving the music papers and want to discuss the new Primal Scream single," says Colin. Ed has now moved into his own place. 
PHILIP JAMES SELWAY
May 23, 1967. 
Instrument: Drums 

Education: Abington School; studied 
English and History at Liverpool 
Polytechnic 

Previous jobs: Drumming in pit 
bands for touring musicals; 
sub-editor TEFL teacher.
FIVE KEY WORDS: Quiet, bald, "put: sensuous, well dressed"... 
FAVORITE MUSIC: (Past influences) The Beat, Joy Division, The Ruts. (Current faves) Teenage Fanclub, Tricky, Supergrass, Captain Beefheart.
NOTES: Often said to be the band's emotional anchor. So mild-mannered he known as Mad Dog. The band claim they wind-up new engineers and producers by telling them to watch out for Phil's temper. Married to Kate. Quite likes fish. Really likes vodka and tonic. 
Ha colaborado con la banda Dive Dive en marzo de 2005 y también aparece en la película "Harry Potter y el cáliz de fuego" junto a Jonny Greenwood y Jarvis Cocker del grupo Pulp, como parte de los "Weird Sisters
En solitario ha publicado un album en 2010 Familial. y un EP en julio de 2011
It's around 1981and it takes the adolescent Thom Yorke about five seconds to realize that his new school is not going to be much fun.
(By the time he arrived at Abingdon Public School he was already the veteran of a pre-pubescent art-pop duo (Thom on guitar, friend demolishing television). at a sagely 14, Yorke, who says he spent most of his free time secreted in the school's soundproofed music rooms, began singing ("because no-one else would") in the school punk band TNT. Where his contemporary Colin Greenwood also threw a few shapes.
When TNT imploded, Thom offered Colin the chance to play bass in a band he was forming with the tall, handsome chap in the year above who looked a bit like Morrissey: Ed O'Brien. A sixth-former, who looked nothing like Morrissey but had a drum kit, was also asked to join. Thom's first words to Phil Selway were mementous: "Can't you play a bit faster?" )
On his eighth birthday he gets a Spanish guitar. From that point on Thom knows what he wants. He wants to be a pop star. 
Colin Greenwood is in the same year as Thom and, if anything, looks even thinner and sicker. They go to the same parties. One day Thom discovers that Colin can play the bass 
Ed O'Brien is a different kettle of fish altogether. Enormously tall Ed actually looks a bit like Morrissey - if you squint - but he does play the guitar 
All they need now is a drummer. The only suitable candidate, a guy called Phil Selway, is a couple of years older than them. 
Colin's younger brother, Jonny, is some sort of shit hot viola player. 
Still, Jonny is very keen, and is told he can play harmonica. They rehearse every Friday. In fact that's how they get their first name. On A Friday. 
Thom has to say that he's staying at a friends house when they start doing gigs. 
Then... school's out! Leaving Jonny behind they all go off to college in the autumn of 1987. 
Thom shoots off to Exeter University to do Fine Art and Literature. He starts to mess around with samplers and plays with local techno outfit 
Phil and Ed are at Liverpool 
Colin has become Entertainment Officer at Peterhouse College in Cambridge. 
Somehow the band continues to rehearse during the holidays. They play some gigs. The JerichoTavern in Oxford. London's Rock Garden
Jonny switches from harmonica to guitar. 
1991. Time to get serious. They change their name to Radio head and move into a house together in Oxford. 
After completing their respective college courses in 1991, schoolboy pals Colin Greenwood (bass) and Ed O'Brien (guitar) returned to Oxford and rented a semi-detached house near the centre of town. The house's blue plaque credentials were confirmed when they were joined by fellow Radioheaders Thom Yorke (vocals) and Colin's brother Jonny (guitar).
Thom: "At first it was quite a nice house but we turned it into a complete fucking hole."
They carry on practising. And gigging. And sending off demos. It's starting to sound good. In the end the band agree to sign with Parlophone at the end of 1991. 
The band hit the road in earnest. They support everyone who's no one. Kingmaker. The Sultans Of Ping. Spiritualized. Doctor And The Medics 
In May 1992 they release the 'Drill' EP. IT receives little radio play and only charts at 101
'Creep' is released in September '92. It reaches 72 in the charts 
the press seems to have turned on them. 
The band record their debut album, 'Pablo Honey', in just three weeks...
The news that will change the lives of Radiohead comes from Israel. Some DJ starts playing 'Creep' 
Creep' enters the Israeli Top Ten. Then it starts happening everywhere. New Zealand. Scandinavia. Spain. Finally the big one. America.
The band hit the road. They're ready for this 
They play the Arsenio Hall show which they're told is a really big deal. They turn up at K-ROQ radio station and answer people's phone-in sex queries. 
Back in England 'Creep' is re-released
Suddenly, all the papers that had written them off as no-marks suddenly want interviews. 
Thom attempts to choke back his disgust. 
Radiohead return to the States. And Canada.
Pablo Honey' ships half a million copies in America. Thom does an advert for jeans.
The band start getting weird mail. One is from a convicted murderer who says he identifies with Thom. 
In the autumn of '93 they are forced to cancel an appearance at the Reading Festival due to a problem with Thom's voice. 
There are still high points - some American gigs with Belly, meeting 
R.E.M.'s Mike Mills and Bill Berry when they play the 40 Watt club in Athens, Georgia - but things just begin to fall apart.
At last it's over and the band return to England. Which is when things start getting really bad. 
For their second album the band will record in London at RAK Studios and eventually move to the famous Abbey Road to complete work 
They've chosen John Leckie as their producer 
Things don't go well. The songs just aren't there. 
And all the time the pressure is mounting. From the record company. From the fans.
Ironically, what saves Radiohead is another tour. 
Playing to people who, if they've heard of them at all, only know the song that is rapidly becoming the other C-word. They are, in short, people with absolutely nothing to lose. And it feels strangely good. The shows go well 
By the time they return to England everything is just about alright again 
My Iron Lung' is refused A-listing by Radio One in September of '94 
In March 1995 Radiohead finally release their second album, 'The Bends 
Once again the band head out on a world tour. 
Things start getting fun during the summer when the band start supporting R.E.M.. Radiohead are big R.E.M. fans. 
The new single 'Fake Plastic Trees' is derided as 'angst rock' in the movie Clueless. But it's then played incessantly on the soundtrack (but not on Radio One). 
They tour with Soul Asylum 
On September 4 they record 'Lucky' for The Bosnia-aid 'Help' album.
It's not playlisted by Radio One 
They've been 'That Band With The Great Single' and 'That Band With The Great Album' .....
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OK Computer 
Radiohead began writing Ok Computer in early 1996 at their rehearsal studio, Canned Applause, a converted apple shed near their homes in Oxford, England. By July they had recorded four songs with producer Nigel Godrich. The next month, the band returned to America to open for Alanis Morissette. While on the road, they sampled some of their new material live, including an epic, expansive version of "Paranoid Android."
"If you think it's a long song now, you should have heard it then," boasts O'Brien.
Last September, Radiohead moved their equipment from Canned Applause to St. Catherine's Court, a mansion in Bath once owned by the actress Jane Seymour. There, they recorded the rest of Ok Computer away from the pressures and distractions of the big city. "We set up in the ballroom," remembers bassist Colin Greenwood, "and the control room was set up in the library, which had these amazing views over the gardens. There were some magical evenings as we sat down with pieces of music with the windows open."
"Obviously there was still pressure, but it was in an environment where we could cope with it," says Yorke. In music, fear, like any intense emotion, can be a powerful creative tool. Radiohead not only harnessed their fear, they converted it into artistic genius. Ok Computer shudders with anxiety and insecurity, as pensive, vulnerable vocals and ricocheting guitars struggle to make sense out of chaos. In part, the volatile tone of the record was accomplished through many hours of experimentation and improvisation. "For me, the most exciting part comes when a song is just starting to come together, and we're sort of arguing and experimenting, and everything is still fresh," says Greenwood. "Lots of the parts and melodies this time were either improvised while we were recording, or written five minutes before recording it."
Possibly the most acclaimed album ever, with even its 'difficult' six-and-a-half minute first single'Paranoid Android' rocketing to Number Three. How has this affected Thom? "You can respond in two ways," he frowns. "You can either maintain your Richard III pose, heh heh, or you can get on a surfboard and go with it..."
4th Radiohead album - spring 2000
(Q Magazine)[Oct 4 1999 12:01PM] Radiohead are expected to release their fourth - as yet untitled - album in spring 2000. Currently recording in Gloucestershire, the band have spent the last months of 1998 writing new material, even taking a mobile studio on tour so they could demo new songs as they were written. They began recording in Paris in February this year with producer Nigel Godrich, before relocating to Copenhagen, then settling down in Blighty. Though there is no track listing available at this stage, rumour has it that they will be making their selection from around 20 previously unrecorded tracks. A management spokesman said recently, "We don't know how many songs they're working on. I don't think it's that structured, it's still early days. There's no time-scale, but I doubt we'll see a release this year. There are no live appearances scheduled for this year at present. They had spent so much time demoing up songs beforehand, the recording of the new album should be relatively straightforward. They've took their mobile studio to demo on the road when they were touring, and since then, they have been rehearsing new songs in France. They're got tons of stuff written already, but they're in no hurry to get it done." But there's more concrete information from Radiohead's Ed O'Brien, who has been posting a diary online during recording. In his most recent entry he reveals: "'Knives Out' sounding quite 'Smiths-esque'. Especially Phil who has got that Mike Joyce thing down to a tee. On to 'Optimistic' - must record that soon before we lose it (remember 'Lift'?). 'Up On The Ladder' sounds pretty grim. 'Say The Word' (or c-minor song); great drum, bass and vocals - personally getting a bit anxious over it, as I can't find anything that works with it, or rather I have an idea but can't get the sound right. Makes me a bit neurotic. Finish on what I used to call the 'Jonny Scott Walker Song' - very short and sweet." In the meantime, brand new material is available, as the band have written the music for the acclaimed BBC2 drama series Eureka Street (last in the series screened tonight at 9pm). The soundtrack is available on CD. 
Kid A, 2 oct 2000
RADIOHEAD TO RELEASE TWO ALBUMS IN 18 MONTHS?
RADIOHEAD say they will release two albums in the next 18 months - one later this year and another towards the end of 2001. 
According to an interview with bass player Colin Greenwood in Belgian magazine Humo, the band will release a "short, experimental album" later this year. 
"We want a short record - 10, 11 songs, but we've got more than 20.... in September 2001 we want to have finished a new album with all new songs. Before then, everything we still have has to be brought out." 
Greenwood also says that the group have recorded with a small orchestra and with a jazz group for the new, as-yet-untitled album, and that Thom Yorke has tried some different singing techniques for the band's fourth album. 
"We've recorded one song with a jazz band, and another song with a 10-piece orchestra. Both songs will be on the new album. On one song, Thom sings backwards. Now that's gonna be a challenge when we play live! For example, Thom has built up a piano part with a sequencer, because he doesn't know how to play a piano. You just can't play the result, unless you have five hands with 20 fingers each!" 
(http://www.music365.co.uk/autocontent/news_036485.htm
Amnesiac 2001

 



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THOMAS EDWARD YORKE (Oct, 7, 1968), 
voz, compositor, guitarra, piano
Realiza el trabajo artístico de las portadas de sus discos. 

Fue a la Universidad de Exeter donde estudió Bellas Artes y Literatura inglesa 


JONATHAN RICHARD GUY GREENWOOD
(Nov ,5, 1.971), 
Psychology at Oxford Poly. (no acabo sus estudios)

Toca casi toda clase de instrumentos, su guitarra preferida es la Fender telecaster

EDWARD JHON O'BRIEN (Abril, 15, 1.968),
Estudió Ciencias Políticas en Manchester, 

Segunda guitarra y segunda voz (a veces..la primera)


PHILIP JAMES SELWAY
(May, 23, 1.967),
Batería, Estudió English and History at Liverpool Polytechnic

COLIN CHARLES GREENWOOD
(Jun, 6, 1.969), Bajista

Es hermano de John, toca el bajo y es la envidia de todos por su licenciatura en Literatura inglesa en Cambridge 
El nombre de RADIOHEAD
Radio Head
(Talking heads-True Stories)
Baby your mind is a radio
Got a reciever inside my head
Baby Ilm tuned to your wavelength
Lemme tell you what ¡t says:
Transmitter!
Oh! Picking up something good
Hey, radio head!
The sound... of a brand-new world.
So look at my fingers vibrate
From their tip down down to my toes
Now Ilm recieving your signal
We're gonna leave the land of noise
Transmitter!
Oh! Picking up something good
Hey, radio head!
The sound... of a brand-new world.
Transmitter!
Oh! Picking up something good
Hey, radio head!
The sound... Of a brand-new world.
Now you and I have no secrets
Now baby, lenune read your mind
I hear ev'rything you're thinking
You canlt help the way you sound
Transmitter!
Picking up something good.
Hey! Radio head!
The sound... Of a brand-new world
Oh! Radio Head
Radio Head
Radio Head

Radio Head
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