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20 Years Ago Today: Radiohead release Pablo Honey

20 Years Ago Today: Radiohead release Pablo Honey

Today, it’s been 20 years since Radiohead released their debut album Pablo Honey.

Time sure as hell flies. In 1992 Radiohead released their hit single Creep and a full length was much anticipated. On February 22nd, 1993 their debut album, produced by Paul Kolderie and Sean Slade, was finally in stores. NME (look!) reviewed the album Radiohead are ‘one of rock’s brightest hopes… one of those flawed but satisfying debuts that suggests Radiohead’s talents will really blossom later on’, with a 7 out of 10 rating.

I guess they were right. The band released many critically acclaimed albums after this one. Radiohead themselves basically ignore the album at their live shows. In 2008 the band played the album’s closing track Blow Out at the end of their In Rainbows tour in Tokyo.

And we would love to know… What’s your favourite track of the album?

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  • Now I feel old.

  • Definitely Blow Out. Seems like the band agrees. They should play it more.

  • I’ve always had a soft spot for I Can’t

  • I really like ripcord

  • and the music world was changed forever!

  • 5 reasons why it was such a great album

  • Vegetable

  • Happy Belated Birthday!!

  • Lurgee is my favorite but Blow Out and You are awesome as well.

  • Probably Blow out, but I have a soft spot for ‘You’. When I saw them for the first time at Glasto 97 they played it, and it was incredible!

  • Blowout is a classic…Thinking About You and Stop Whispering are great…I love this album, takes me back…but I dig every Radiohead album 🙂

  • “You” is my joint. Such a great album opener.

  • I am glad to catch idea from your article. you reminded me of old memories

  • It is very nice. Thanks for sharing

  • blow out, you, vegetable, lurgee, stop whispering, I can’t, prove yourself and Anyone Can Play Guitar.

  • It’s clear that you really know this subject matter well.

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