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Scatterbrain (As Dead As Leaves)  performed by Radiohead  2003
Recommended by trixlation [profile]

Once again a very melancholy song, which make you thoughtful. The voice from the lead singer Thom Yorke is special and touch the soul.

(I hope, you will understand, what's my message is xD)

from Hail To The Thief, available on CD (Parlophone)

Street Spirit (Fade Out)  performed by Radiohead  1994
Recommended by two-headed boy [profile]

If the sun would rise in a minor key, this is what it would sound like. The shadows dissolve around you in warm harmony, even death sunbathes here, in a song ripe with hope and humanity. It is a misnomer to 'Fade Out' when we are held not by darkness, but by light. The paralysis of a dreary existence is manifested in the 'Street Spirit' where 'cracked eggs, dead birds scream as they fight for life' and 'machines will not communicate these thoughts and strain I am under.' If we were to stifle the creative spirit all we would need to do is look down a suburb and notice the lack of aesthetics and individuality of the homes. 'Rows of houses all bearing down on me...all these things will one day take control and fade out again.' This is the prelude to the bigger picture found in Radiohead's songs. Sure they dwell on the robotics of Orwell's '1984', and at times they are tedious and painfully accurate, nevertheless they leave us with an indelible desire to survive. 'Immerse your soul in Love' wags it's tail at the end of the song to insure a new beginning, much like the death of night. When sung, it is a very exciting moment as Thom's voice soars above the convolutions of the incessant guitar picking and synth-strings. Not the most popular Radiohead song, but their brightest moment to be experienced.

from The Bends (Capitol CDP 7243 8 29626 2 5)

No Surprises  performed by Radiohead  1997
Recommended by xfanatic50 [profile]

This track is heartbreaking and incredible. Radiohead are great at creating flowing melodies that shift and bend.

from OK Computer (EMI)

Paranoid Android  performed by Radiohead  1997
Recommended by xfanatic50 [profile]

This song is one of my all time favourites. It contains my favourite guitar solo ever.I love it because it has all these different sections to it which each evoke a different feeling, so it's sort of a whirlwind to listen to. And it's so unique-sounding, there really is nothing quite like it. Thom Yorke's voice really stands out and is just so lilting and angry. It's heaven to listen to, especially towards the end when he starts to overlap himself. Just a beautiful, intensely paranoid and bewitching song.

from Paranoid Android (EMI)

Paranoid Andriod  performed by Radiohead  199?
Recommended by yawgm8th [profile]

This is my all time favorite song. It has three different parts to it that covay different moods.

from Ok Computer, available on CD

  08 Feb 05 ·yawgm8th: *convey
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