No Surprises: Radiohead’s 100 Best Songs

No Surprises: Radiohead’s 100 Best Songs
Radiohead have sold more than 30 million albums worldwide.

They burst onto the music scene in 1992 with their first record ‘Creep’.

Initially ‘Creep’ received mixed reactions, but with the release of their first album – Pablo Honey – the song was propelled to worldwide fame.

Their next two albums – 'The Bends' and 'OK Computer' – cemented their popularity in both the national and international market with 'OK Computer' hailed as one of the landmark albums of the 1990's.

The turn of the century saw them hit a more experimental phase with 'Kid A's' eclectic mix of jazz, electronica and krautrock making it one of the best albums of the decade.

From early classics such as 'High and Dry’ and ‘Karma Police’ to mid-career highlights such as 'Paranoid Android', to the brilliant return to form on 'Lotus Flower, Radiohead have received much critical acclaim.

But which is their greatest song?

Jim Beviglia has organised the Radiohead cannon into the 100 best songs, the order of which may, or may not, surprise you.

‘No Surprises’ will take you back to all of Radiohead’s finest moments, and whether you are a hard-core fan or just a casual listener, the list offers a wealth of information on Radiohead’s musical history, the differences between their albums, and an incisive analysis of their most celebrated tracks.

It is the one book that every Radiohead fan will want to read.

Jim Beviglia is the author of the Countdown Kid blog, and has also written books on Tom petty, Elvis Costello and Bob Dylan.

Endeavour Press is the UK's leading independent publisher of digital books.

Details No Surprises: Radiohead’s 100 Best Songs

Title No Surprises: Radiohead’s 100 Best Songs
AuthorJim Beviglia
Release Date17th Apr 2013
PublisherEndeavour Press Ltd.
FormatKindle eBook
Pages88 pages

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