Fri. Aug 12th, 2022

“Paranoid Android” from OK Computer (1997)Referred to by many as a Bohemian Rhapsody for a younger generation, Paranoid Android is a true journey. The song tells a story with and its distinct sections take you through different musical landscapes along the way. Various band members worked on each section separately, and then they strung them together to form a 6min+ song. This song is absolutely one of the most epic songs of all time and has to be in any conversation for best Radiohead song of all time.

“Idioteque” from Kid A (2000)

Jumping and shifting beats intersect with Yorker’s earnest vocal lines. Lyrically, this song is one of the band’s most interesting, with strongly apocalyptic undertones. The lyrics themselves remain a bit ambiguous and unexplained, but they make you feel like a storm is brewing somewhere. This song carries you forward like an ocean surge. The beat grabs you and doesn’t let you go until the end of the track. And you probably didn’t even notice that this song doesn’t have any guitar in it…

“Karma Police” from OK Computer (1997)

Back to Radiohead’s landmark album again, Karma Police was the instant hit from OK Computer. This song is one of those great works of art that sounds like something you heard before, but can’t remember where. The song reaches so deeply inside of the listener that it resonates with our very humanity. Listen to this once and you won’t be able to get it out of your head for the next week.

Codex” from The King of Limbs (2011)

Words that describe this song include: peace, serenity, resolve. Codex feels like a fantastic dream I once had and, try as I might, couldn’t remember. Radiohead demonstrates the art of simplicity in this song. Every sound feels clearly thought out, every movement measured, and every second filled perfectly. What an incredible demonstration of balance in music.

“Everything in Its Right Place” from Kid A (2000)

The opening song to Kid A doesn’t disappoint. It shouts out the band’s intention to shatter the status quo of modern pagalworld song. Like Codex (which would come 11 years later), this song is all about beautiful restraint and balance. The song features just a drum machine, keyboard, and Tom Yorker’s vocals. But don’t let that fool you into thinking that the song lacks energy or pace… it will catch you up like a hurricane.

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