9 thoughts on “ How Do You? - Radiohead - Pablo Honey + OK Computer (CD, Album) ”

  1. Pablo Honey Radiohead. Perhaps our friends over at TV Tropes said it best when they remarked that Pablo Honey is the “weirdest Radiohead album, OK Computer OKNOTOK
  2. Pablo Honey CD music Of his inspiration behind the record, Stapleton comments, "This record was made standing on the shoulders of friends, family, and heroes. Chris Stapleton's highly anticipated solo debut album, Traveller, will be released May 5 on Mercury Records Nashville.
  3. Apr 16,  · If you do, sure-- pass. If you have the LPs but stopped there, both The Bends and OK Computer are worth getting in these versions. If you're curious or a completist, Pablo Honey /
  4. Pablo Honey was Radiohead's first album and it was a great one. Pablo Honey was probably Radiohead's worst album, although it is brilliant. The album had a sort of grungy feel to it, but when you listen, you hear just as much U2 and Jane's Addiction influence as you do Nirvana or the Pixies.
  5. 'The Bends' is brilliant, 'OK Computer' is the masterpiece, and this 'Pablo Honey' - Radiohead's first - is pretty good, and well worth having in the collection. A bit rough round the edges, a bit shoegazy in places (which is no bad thing), you can hear the roots of the greater things they went on to do/5().
  6. referencing Album Box Set, Box, Comp, Ltd + CD, Album + CD, Album + CD, Album, This is really terrific value for money, if you can find a nice copy. I was going to buy the live album I might be Wrong, discovered this instead which includes it and have since sold my old cd copies, so it paid for itself really.
  7. It seems as though most people rag on Pablo Honey because Radiohead themselves don't like the album. Hell, it's more and more refreshing to listen to each time. They aren't making a grand epic statement, and The Bends not only doesn't do that but was a damned good album at that. Not as well-accomplished and somewhat one-dimensional for Radiohead, yes, but by no means a disaster.
  8. 4Gb USB Stick in the shape of Radiohead’s iconic 'bear' image and housed in a deluxe box. Includes all six Radiohead studio albums from plus a live album, as CD quality WAV audio files. Digital artwork for each album is also included. "I Might Be Wrong" songs were recorded from shows in Oxford, Berlin, Oslo and Vaison la Romaine.

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