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Radiohead has consistently impressed audiences and critics alike for over a decade, and the demand to see them live increases every year. It’s no surprise then that their latest tour is one of the most popular of the season. Get your tickets now and see this legendary band the way they were meant to be seen – live in concert!
With their most recent release, 2007's In Rainbows, Radiohead - from Oxford, England - hardly resembles the chunky, three guitar garage-band sound of their debut single, "Creep." A veritable rock 'n' roll hodgepdge, Radiohead -- two parts Pink Floyd, two parts Loveless, one part Bossanova with a liberal dusting of U2's early fervor -- has grown into a progressive, electronic-tinged quintet with its tortured and angst ridden lyrics of alienation.
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Their 1993 debut, Pablo Honey, only suggested their potential, and one of its songs, "Creep," became an unexpected international hit, an alternative rock anthem. While there were those ready to chalk up Radiohead - named after a Talking Heads song - as a one-hit wonder, the group's second album, The Bends, was released to terrific reviews in the band's native Britain in early 1995, but it didn't satisfy everyone.
Having toured with the likes of P.J. Harvey, REM, Alanis Morrissette, Tears for Fears, and James, some fans were disappointed by the comparative mellowness of the new album, though plenty were fascinated by the band's distinct and varied sound. Especially because here was a new British band that owed more to Pink Floyd than to usual suspects the Beatles or the Sex Pistols (in 1995, the band even tipped their hat to Pink Floyd by mounting a quadraphonic surround-sound tour of the U.K.).Read the full Radiohead Article