40. Blow Out (1993) Save a riotous airing on 1994’s Live at the Astoria, Pablo Honey’s closer rarely intrudes on Radiohead lore. A shame – because it’s a tantalising finale: the sound of a nervous band storming the city limits and glimpsing Valhalla. 39. The Daily Mail (2011) Culling this weirdo jamboree from the tranquil King of Limbs was a no-brainer. As a stand-alone, though, it’s irresistible, suggesting an unlikely kinship between Radiohead and the venerable pop cynic Randy Newman: musical-theatre flair weaponised against tabloid hysteria. 38. Spectre (2015) The band’s rejected Bond theme has assumed the identity of a curiously viable Radiohead song. Thom Yorke is persuasive – if not exactly suave – in character as the secret agent, but credit Jonny Greenwood, as we often must, with its emotive thwack. 37. Kid A (2000) Driven to despair by OK Computer’s runaway success, Yorke faced a perilous choice: sacrifice his sanity in exchange for astronomical fame or persuade Ed O’Brien to get into Autechre. On Kid A, the second option won out: sequestered away with Greenwood, Yorke produced much that haunts and a little – like the title track – that gleams. 36. Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd… Read full this story
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