I really don't have a way of choosing just ONE best Radiohead song, but I'm choosing this one anyway just because of how hauntingly beautiful, lonesome yet fulfilling this piece is.Not many songs can have the effect Nude has.The lyrics, are sung majestically while taunting "you're going to hell for what your dirty mind is.." then Thom holds "thinking." The best of radiohead, the music is simple and the video changes your mind. It should be in top 10. The music video is one of the winners of the Aniboom Animation Contest For Radiohead's In Rainbows. Amazing. It is the dark tunnel without the light at the end. They have worked with producer Nigel Godrich since 1994. How can you speak so vividly, nevermind speaking, its like screaming with a thunderous sound, guitars and drums that just leave you perplex and just in another state of conscience. This song is so beautiful, as it takes the listener to an entire new world, whilst somehow keeping them grounded and connected. No one questioned it when Radiohead opted for a full-on dance extravangaza from frontman Thom Yorke instead one of their usual cinematic videos, … I listened to it on a beach in Florida one night, and it transcended time and space. Powerful, emotional, inspirational and majestic tribute to both Pink Floyd and to heroic struggle with life despite all possible obstacles. Where OK Computer declared “I am born again”, Kid A dives straight into obfuscation: its opener’s choppy vocal gibberish more closely resembles the “unborn chicken voices” plaguing the Paranoid Android. I'll just repeat what other guy on the comment sec said: This is the pinneacle of alt rock. Nigel Godrich settles into cruise control on this In Rainbows highlight, a rare haven from the band’s omnipresent dread. When "What's that? " About. A great songs that resembles something you'd hear on an earlier like "The Bends" By far the highlight of Kid A, and should be at least top 10 on this list. In the end, the band’s disavowal of the song sent its credibility full circle. I literally have 512 plays of this song on my iTunes, and I like it more every time I hear it. As Britpop plunged from grace, Radiohead planted a revolutionary flag in the mountaintop. This untitled masterpiece (the big ideas version) was and still remains as the only song I've cracked into tears to! Love it. Find top songs and albums by Radiohead including Creep, Karma Police and more. This song breaks and heals, gives hope and crushes it, inspires and learns the oble art of reconciliation with fate. Part literary dystopia, part John Lennon in a Pixies T-shirt, Karma Police is an enduringly odd superhit: at once relatable, inscrutable and chilling. Very emotional, yet very calming and great for easing anxiety. It's almost like crack- though there are quite a few other songs that are equally addicting. Until recently, when few personal things happened to me. I was devastated when they didn't play it, but this is still one of my favorites of all time. This is a song that has much significance in my life. Radiohead’s greatest (although, somehow, not first) antiplastic jeremiad, this Paranoid Android B-side thrashes and struts like The Bends’ glam evil twin. At first innocuous, Reckoner unspools a full house of virtuoso performances engulfed by Godrich’s winter-blanket production. This is one of the bests Radiohead songs, it deserves a better position. For casual fans, a few surprises: lyrics alluding to Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha, piano seemingly exhumed from ancient civilisation and a newly spiritual Yorke, swimming with “black-eyed angels” and a shoal of exes towards some nebulous afterlife. Then, a change of heart: perhaps it was “the most perfect day I’ve ever seen”, after all. Totally needs to be higher on this list. Obvious pick for the top ten, its just so groovy, fun and takes me to another world once I even hear the intro guitar and precise drums. This is my favorite Radiohead song by far. The chorus flips the grunge ethos on its head, swapping self-loathing for theatrical vitriol. Must watch the MTV video if you really wanna know why radiohead is different from all the rest.. :'(, No other song illustrates the feelings of love, sadness and confusion within relations (or lack thereof) more than this. " Someone should probably have a word. Very disappointed. Instead, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi evokes an all-too-perfect harmony: cascading arpeggios enchant while fragmentary lyrics caution against the lure of false prophets. ( by the way, watch the music video for Nude! God bless Radiohead. And it's so perfectly melancholy. To the moments when hope and despair become one. Of the many great Radiohead songs, "Just" is the one that I would want to keep on my desert island when all the others were washed away. After the first two listens I didn't get into it that much - loud noises and a dinky melody. Considered it good but far from brilliant only. The progression is layered well with the introduction of different instruments that make this song eerie and melodic. Radiohead doesn't need some sad sob story to make somebody cry. A shame – because it’s a tantalising finale: the sound of a nervous band storming the city limits and glimpsing Valhalla. I think this song has the perfect balance between the emotions Radiohead captures in their songs, while including some of the best melodies they've done - both guitar and vocals. I'll leave you with a quote from Jonny: "It was when we recorded Reckoner that we felt we'd first got something special on tape." Trying a new tack, the Amnesiac opener layers anxious ticks and gamelan-style chimes before gently lampooning a “reasonable man” with an uneasy conscience. Thom Yorke is persuasive – if not exactly suave – in character as the secret agent, but credit Jonny Greenwood, as we often must, with its emotive thwack. This song...my god. Like a Mingus requiem, The National Anthem’s power lies in the staggering weight of what is unresolved. They're not.. Gonna happen.."My jaw drops as the song haunts you into the steady rhythm and beat.The song is depressing, but it still gives off this warm glow of joy. We were just its messengers... Its biological catalysts. It's got wide appeal and an amazing contribution from every member. “Maybe you’ll be president,” Yorke rasps over writhing guitars. Yorke has never sounded gloomier, with poisonous murmurs rising to a bloodcurdling fever pitch. If you haven't heard this, for gods sake listen to it, it will change your life. I was going to pick "Everything In Its Right Place", but this song at #31 is injustice. This song is absolutely beautiful and tragic. And the intro and outro in nude is more beutifull! Had this on repeat for days and will always stand out as their more defeated but so beautiful pieces. Beyond music theory and what music makes you think, Reckoner has that elusive ability to make you FEEL. This may surprise you but I'm only 12 but a big Radiohead fan.I listen to my playlist of Radiohead all the time. Just is a time capsule at the crossroads: hailstorm distortion meets perky hooks, wily vocals and – Yorke’s mischievous challenge to Greenwood – an absurd pageant of guitar chords. With Yorke “up in the clouds” and Greenwood making spaceship sounds, the rhythm section straps in and goes full New Order, hurtling towards an ecstatic climax. The impenetrable Amnesiac debunked industry rumours that Radiohead were primed for a bankable comeback – but amid that album lay this meat-and-potatoes rocker, its scurrying riffs, mystic ambience and cannibalistic lyrics qualifying as glorious light relief. Like David Byrne before him, Yorke had renounced his authorship to flirt with self-erasure, yielding to gorgeously sunlit synths. Yorke vaguely evokes horrors – surveillance-state ennui, digital isolation, the gaze of an unforgiving deity – in a death-row drawl. I'm an animal, trapped in your hot car.". It is number one on the Radiohead list, but that position should also apply to any list of songs on this site. Perfect representation of some of your darkest feelings and moments, and an even better representation of the hell people with depression and such go through. Thom Yorke, the man who said the song "Lucky" was a happy song with the lyrics "Kill me Sarah, kill me again", collapsed on the floor in tears after performing this in the studio, twice. There needs to be more groups like them, that actually suffer for their art. After the divisive Kid A/Amnesiac era, Hail to the Thief’s lead single felt diplomatic – no more sacrilegious than Blur’s experiments at around the same time. That's reason enough for me to see this in the top 10! Yorke – summoned “back to save the universe” – presides over the melee like a despairing god. They've shown us how far they can take music, with guitar effects shaping ambient pieces like Treefingers, or more recently how chaotic and haunting string arrangements can sound in Burn the Witch; but Reckoner simply displays how beautiful Radiohead can be. But True Love Waits – sketched on an earlier live album and perfected 15 years later – conceals nothing: the abyss, listener, is love. Then of course these lines meet up and are sung together (as in - at the same time! ) I doubted that I'd ever hear anything to surpass Comfortably Numb but this does. The brilliance of this is the connection it can make with the listener. As the Iraq war protests floundered, Yorke sporadically logged on to radiohead.com to denounce New Labour and the warmongering “thief” in the White House. Amazing song! It's pure hope & inspiration in a song. Thom's playing sounds so creamy next to your ear and his voice is on another level in this song. Radiohead exist to petition for the second option; here, however, was sweet ambiguity. After signing to EMI in 1991, Radiohead released their debut single "Creep" in 1992. “I want you to notice when I’m not around,” Yorke broods, a perfect lyric he probably hates. Here, Radiohead did something no one has really done before in creating a sad song that's incohesive in its meaning. The Bends had vamped and snarled for the gallery, but Lucky – recorded for a War Child compilation – signalled deeper concerns and higher stakes. Vicious and powerful companies who only care about money and governments working together ...more. F-ing amazing song. Listen to music by Radiohead on Apple Music. Simply an amazing effect most people won't ever notice. The words and music just come as a reflection of our own daily struggle through life and its multiple let downs and huge dissapointments. How come I end up where I went wrong? The subject introduced in the lyrics is widely debated by its fans, as some say it's the tale of a dream, others allude to the feeling of illusion and its fatality. An unsung gem from Hail to the Thief, Scatterbrain prescribes halting rhythms and deconstructed chords to a narrator fretting over his identity. I was suspiscious about it to be true but this song to me confirms it. Must watch the MTV video if you really wanna know why radiohead is different from all the rest.. No other song illustrates the feelings of love, sadness and confusion within relations (or lack thereof) more than this. A couple and the diner's cook are involved in an unspecified crime. The guitar riff throughout the music and the synchronization of 4 or more guitars is true magic and the mark of extremely talented artists. I know I've heard a few actors are like Radiohead diehards. I can't get over this song. F-ing amazing band. Warning us about wars, global warming, and other threats made significantly worse with the inclusion of modern technology. The simple idea that anybody could make something like this is incredible, and it goes to show how good these artists are. After The Bends, the smart money had Radiohead scaling up for festival supremacy. Period. They did a full … It's beyond creative and comes together perfectly. In Kid A’s supposedly cold heart it is pure affirmation: melancholy and light. With many songs artists tend to shove everything in your face, but this song works with you, it doesn't tell you what to do or how to feel, it works with you. On In Rainbows, Radiohead’s cosiest album, Videotape is refreshingly, passionately despondent. Anyway this song has most of the things people like about OK computer in the first place hauting vocals, fitting instraments, creepy atmosphere, heck even some good lyrics. I would have to say that this is the best radiohead song there is without very prominent guitar, although everything in its right place is a very close second. Gives a strong sense of false safety. For 3 years I never gave this song the recognition it deserved. ). Radiohead’s biggest hit is so beautiful and corny, it is impossible to accept it on its own terms. A promotional video for Radiohead's 1997 single "No Surprises." Which will mean the best album to exist so far. Especially me.. The first Radiohead song and I heard, and has made the best mark on me; it has always made me felt a little bit better --- people always view alienation as some kind of positive thing... Like it's cool and what not, but it's not --- you don't get along with people, but you want to be who you are. This is and will be my favourite Radiohead song closely followed by 'Exit music for a film', 'I Promise' and 'No Surprises'. Directed by Paul Cunningham. It has great songs like No Surprises, Little by Little, Street Spirit and Knives out but Karma Police is the best in my opinion! The tantalising, unresolved chords mock him, but enchant us. This is an unmatchable achievement for any song ANY time ever. The band’s rejected Bond theme has assumed the identity of a curiously viable Radiohead song. I think this has to be my favorite song. This song is so beautiful and haunting. There's just nothing like the emotion in this song. The absolute power of the lyric, and the genius of where and how it was placed in the song, is undeniable. So chilling, icy and you really get lost in the music. Finally, music and lyrics clicked to me. This song is so pure, innocent and melancholy. The music, lyrics and singing are full of emotion. The song just feels really structured, and although it comes off as a sad song, I always feel happy when I listen to it. I voted for Reckoner because of the chills I get through my entire body when I hear the gorgeous melody, as well as the imagery I feel while listening. If you haven't heard this song, listen to this NOW! Idioteque is not a song, it is a message, welcoming us to the 21st century. The whole album, especially Idioteque, ushered in the 21st century. Simply stunning. Yorke says he poured his most stubborn anxieties into Idioteque, which may explain why this pumping club tune – a formal anomaly – feels like Radiohead’s chaotically distilled superego. This song is depressing yet cheerful at the same time and it talks about the 'walk of life' in a way that has never been portrayed before. It's sheer majesty just makes me want to weep. There are probably about 20 equal ones. Along with that, the emotional connection is so strong, as the metaphor of fish at the bottom of the sea is so spot on, and so sincere to the true meaning. Final minute melody (which for me is the best minute of music I've ever heard). Paranoid Android stormed the castle and raised the drawbridge on rock’s imperial era. If I want to introduce a friend to radiohead, this is easily what I show them first. For all that it soothes, this one is pessimistic. OK Computer’s opener took the bait then veered left: first the brain-melting deluge, then ripples of funk, a sexy drum lurch and some Maxinquaye basslines. The amount of peace this song gives to me is incomparable. Unbelievably haunting and powerful. This bands got numerous masterpieces but this one stands above all personally, one of the biggest growers on the album which is also what makes it so special.The raw emotions just hit so hard and that's what makes it overshadow the rest. It touched peoples souls and it's the anthem for all rejects and introverted people on earth. The percussion is sublime throughout and the rhythm is so sweet. Definitely up near their best. I love most all radiohead's music, but this song does me in like no other. Radiohead have a thing for widescreen, theme-setting openers. Radiohead released King of Limbs back in February, but for some reason they waited until last month to actually promote the thing. And, in my opinion, I don't believe Radiohead has made a song that does quite like Reckoner does. One of if not the best Radiohead song. Radiohead are auctioning off the hat that Thom Yorke wore in their iconic “Lotus Flower” video, with all proceeds going towards funding awareness for testicular cancer. The first five notes instantly bring you to another world, the lyrics are scarce yet genius, the competurised tunes behind are unbelievable. at first, it later becomes apparent this is an absolute masterpiece. Whenever, though, I get asked what is your favourite Radiohead song, my answer is always 'Karma Police.' So underrated and rarely talked about. In a lyric some have linked to his late long-term partner, Yorke finds himself sleepwalking “beyond the point of no return”, before repeating a mournful mantra, “Half of my life”, played in reverse. When you listen this song you remember your past, your future, your regrets but mostly you feel high and dry, that's how this song works on human body. The sale, announced on … Then I found this song and I believe this has changed my life. Never in this song do the instrumentals deviate from a medium-strength tone yet it keeps us engaged miraculously. parts come, I decided this is my most favorite Radiohead song ever.but when "Rain down..." parts come, I decided this is the best song I've ever heard in my life. This is by far their best song. There are so many tbh "Don't get any, big ideas, there not gonna happen. Personally, it feels like reaching rock bottom and realizing how mellow and comfortable is that position for the writer, making it feel like he drifts through a black hole. That's how deep this song is. If you haven't heard it, please do so and if you ...more. This, the possibility of "Lift", and "Burn the Witch" will team up to make their next album their best. Most underrated Radiohead song of all time. It connected to millions of peoples' souls around the world all at once. The fact that this cover is by Kelly Clarkson specifically hardly matters. In a way that sends shivers down my spine just replaying the song in my head.The cherry on top is Johnny's beautiful and broken guitar riff that hangs on like a soul crying for help, almost.If any song can make you feel lost AND found. Or maybe, a warning. As in, you'll actually never forget hearing the album title in this song for the first time. Sequenced in the mid-album swamp of Hail to the Thief, Where I End and You Begin is a maligned masterclass in broody synthpop. The timeline matches that relationship’s duration and, equally, the lifespan of Radiohead. Everwhere, every time (wars, corruption, creation of diseases for profit, enviromental destruction, species exctinctions) weÂ're driven by our egos. Just lulls you in for the ride.I'm sad not to see this in the top ten but perhaps the song doesn't stand out as lyrically as the other Radiohead songs on the list.This has to be my favourite song ever. I'd love to ask the band how they knew when this track was finished. The way it starts out with the thumping beat creates this sort of anticipation. Simply beautiful. Everywhere you look, despite how beautiful or harmless it may look. The most voted song it's what? These are the type of lyrics today's society are missing! This song got me through an extremely hard time, and the line "Breath, keep Breathing" was one of the things that kept me alive. Why isn't this number one? This is probably the greatest song that there has ever been, and probably the greatest that there will be. After kicking around in Radiohead lore for more than a decade, Nude had found stunning form, first by channelling Björk – choppy coos, weeping strings – and then in a finale as bright and penetrating as dawn. I love this song, it has helped me to release my emotions(suffering from major depressive disorder) and get me through the night. 14! So the old version gives you an extremlely rare feeling! This chorus-free song is a culmination of Thom Yorke's vocal prowess and Radiohead's instrumental genius. Definitely my favourite Radiohead song! I know how tough the competition is, so I really do like seeing this a lot.Radiohead has a collection like no other and this top 10 list proves that. However on days where I feel wonderful and full of joy this song feels euphoric. I adore karma police as its just poetry and includes all my favourite instruments and styles, it even includes a coda. The greatest Radiohead song ever because it reaches people and in particular teenagers in a way that few songs do, the expression of loneliness, frustration, rejection, isolation, burden, loss and disillusionment is among the finest out there.Seriously this really should be higher. I don't know what creep and fake plastic trees are still doing in the top ten tho. So, the album's title is taken from this song. Best way to describe the feeling I get when listening to this song is that something is tugging on my soul. Yes! Once the band’s secret weapon, Greenwood is now a garlanded composer and Radiohead’s melodic powerhouse. I used images set to the music that I thought would convey the emotional entirety of the lyric and music working ...more. In fact, it’s all an excuse for Yorke’s alienated narrator to ask himself: am I the problem or is society? It's so chilling, dark and grand to listen to, a good core of what the album is really all about. This is my favourite Radiohead song because it has everything!This song (and the whole album- hail to the thief) are extremely underrated. If I had to vote on my favorite songs of all time, this would be in the top three for sure. How to Disappear Completely, a masterpiece of the form, orchestrates a stage-fright reverie with fragments of Robert Wyatt and Penderecki. Despite giving a reaction of "what the hell am I listening to? " Utterly brilliant, brilliant, brilliant song. The song starts in a 5/4 time signature until the standard 4/4 comes in with the drums and the 4/5 keeps playing through the song! Torture for some; otherwise, cult-making. Still, his good intent shines. The haunting ease of singing is melodious, yet unbelievably chilling. This guys are aliens. Then everything comes together, and builds up until it all explodes. There there is like a wave, first it comes slowly and soft; then the wave crashes and shows its power (musical greatness). With Thom Yorke. This is Radiohead at their best. The first time you figure that out by hearing it... is unforgettable. The top tens page should've put this as #1 by default. I love the way this song builds and builds and then to top it all off it ends with a really cool outtro. I knew this would be first,so amzing a song that it is.Not only is it the best radiohead song , but also one of the best songs of all time. Shrouding one's life with prettiness to cover the bad. But once it almost made me kill myself. This song is the pinnacle of the ultimate album. Post-Creep, Radiohead were poised between grunge and Britpop. Their 2000 album Kid A was honored as the best album of the decade by Rolling Stone, Times, and Pitchfork. Plus, yes, at times it reminds me of Pink Floyd, which to me is a great compliment. OK Computer is Radiohead's best album and probably the best album ever recorded (it has won countless polls already). I have no words to describe it.. it's so beautifully written and the guitar! Several of their albums are consistently ranked among the greatest of all time. With OK Computer’s salvo, they shed the skin of insurgent oddballs, ditched grungy radio rock and electrified the popular imagination. Votes: 8 What the hell happened?! How is this not #1? Directed by Grant Gee. But I also really like 'OK Computer' as a sort of flipside to that. As the band launch their online ‘public library’, we look back at every track they have released, and pick the absolute best, Last modified on Thu 23 Jan 2020 17.15 EST. Cathartic song which evokes "the emptinest of feeling" which comes after all the feelings and emotions - after a loss of close person, the lost of job, the end of a relationship, the school bullying, every tragedy or life failure. When I'm not feeling happy or just having a bad day, this song speaks out to me. "Don't get.. Any.. Big ideas.. It became a worldwide hit after the release of their debut album, Pablo Honey (1993). In Rainbows’ online release prompted a global listening event anticipated unlike any since. I thought it was great of course but it never popped out at me like it has now. Kid A’s unorthodox breakup song was later resurrected as Morning Bell/Amnesia (“like a recurring dream,” Yorke observed), but keep room in your heart for the cold-sweats original. That's it. This is the stuff that haunts you at night. So calming, lush and ethereal pretty much every time you put this on. When I first listened to it, I was shocked that a song could pull out love and hate at the same time, and Thom Yorke managed to do that perfectly on top of an eerie, and addicting backing track. I'd crack. into a crescendo of Thom belting out - "you'll know where you are! " No side projects, solo releases, and no remixes. This song is so soothing, and Yorke's vocals and the guitars just blend in a way that isn't often or ever matched by anything. Few admit it, but Radiohead’s home turf is the desperately uncool milieu of avant garde balladry. Radiohead’s greatest ensemble piece kills the myth for good. It risks sounding bratty – it is bratty – but from insolence they fashioned a new identity: stadium-rock agitators declaring war on hypocrisy and greed – particularly their own. Perfect. If there is a song better than this by anyone on this planet, I would be truly astonished. So loud... And so quiet. Nowadays, Creep is a joke, but we’re all blissfully in on it. Undeniably the best Radiohead song of all time. More like 31 plays a day! It represents all tragic emotion that is so hurtful that the sound of that melody is its only definition. A masterpiece! This song speaks out to me. Plunged into a shimmering dreamscape, Yorke observes a fleet of aliens surveying humanity. After that week I listened to it properly again and I fell in love. Yorke once compared it to “staring the fucking devil right in the eyes” and knowing “he’ll get the last laugh”. This will be an instant like when you hear it and this is wayy better than the the others above.. View Radiohead song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. The way it builds - like a wonderful, beautiful, tragic, yet triumphant saga; the way it climaxes - with Thom singing against himself in a heart-breakingly beautiful, mournful wail. Everything from the drumbeat to the vocals give me goosebumps. It wrote itself. It gets stuck in my head for days on end & I can't get enough of it. Paranoid Android draws less from contemporaries than their ancestors, notably – audaciously – within prog. This song is amazing in so many ways. The 10 Best Moments From Radiohead’s Streaming Concert Series From 1994’s Live at the Astoria to Bonnaroo 2006, here are our favorite moments from the band’s archival concerts on YouTube Haha, I mean the other songs are fantastic, but this song packs so much of a kick-ass punch, and that finale.. I don't know... representative of the humdrum of life. Perfect song. Shame on all of you for not voting TEAM OPTIMISTIC! 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