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Their debut single Creep, from the Pablo Honey album, became a global sensation.
Yorke has cemented his place in rock's pantheon as an inventive progressive with such albums as "Pablo Honey," ''The Bends," ''OK Computer," ''Kid A" and "Amnesiac." He's also formed the band Atoms For Peace.
OK Computer, Pablo Honey and Kid A are all albums by which British band?
Coldplay released a song called "Freedom for Palestine," and, like every other one of their songs, it could maybe have made it onto Pablo Honey, and no more.
In fact, what I did after the second, third and fourth helpings of the 37-minute TKOL was revisit the band's back catalogue and get lost for a couple of days in all of their albums, particularly Kid A, Amnesiac, Hail to the Thief and In Rainbows, all of which came out in the 2000s, but also the super ones that the band released in the 1990s - Pablo Honey, The Bends and OK Computer.
15 Which band has albums entitled Pablo Honey and OK Computer?
Politely encouraged to change their name they chose Radiohead (after the title of a Talking Heads song) and went on to make their debut album Pablo Honey.
They eventually signed with Capitol for the release of their first album, 1993's Pablo Honey. Their single Creep was an instant smash both here and in the States.
The show also included a handful of nonalbum tracks, some heard live for the first time, such as "Dollars and Cents," where Yorke's expressive pleas of "Don't you cry" soared up into the silhouetted trees, 'Talk Show Host" and "Pyramid Song." Songs from band's '93 debut"Pablo Honey," such as rock radio hit "Creep," were absent from the set list.
Like Radiohead's Pablo Honey, it's a record that shouts Big Future at you.
Radiohead Pablo Honey in the kitchen and Sugartown in the living room.