Radiohead – Pablo Honey


country: uk
format: LP/CD/Tape
release: 22-02-1993
catalogue: Parlophone 7360

tracks

01 you
02 creep
03 how do you?
04 stop whispering
05 thinking about you
06 anyone can play
guitar

07 ripcord
08 vegetable
09 prove yourself
10 i can’t
11 lurgee
12 blow out


country: japan
format: CD
release: 22-02-1993

tracks

01 you
02 creep
03 how do you?
04 stop whispering
05 thinking about you
06 anyone can play
guitar

07 ripcord
08 vegetable
09 prove yourself
10 i can’t
11 lurgee
12 blow out
13 pop is dead
14 inside my head
15 million dollar
question

16 creep (live)
17 ripcord (live)


country: usa
format: CD/Tape
release: 1993
catalogue: Capitol

tracks

01 you
02 creep
03 how do you?
04 stop whispering
05 thinking about you
06 anyone can play
guitar

07 ripcord
08 vegetable
09 prove yourself
10 i can’t
11 lurgee
12 blow out
13 creep (radio edit – clean)


country: france
format: 2CD
release: 1993
catalogue: EMI

tracks

Pablo Honey (see UK release)
+ The
Bends

written by radiohead.
produced & engineered by sean slade & paul q. kolderie.
recorded at chipping norton studio, oxon. mixed by seab slade
& paul q. kolderie at fort apache, roxbury, mass. mastered
by chris blair at abbey road.

i can’t & lurgee produced & engineered  by chris
hufford. recorded at courtyard studio, oxon.

paintings by lisa bunny jones. design by icon. photography
by tom sheehan.

Notes :
New Musical Express (12/25/93, p.67) – Ranked #35 in New Musical
Express’ list of `The Top 50 LPs Of 1993′ – "…is a
throwback to a homegrown tradition of great guitar-band albums…." 

Q Magazine (4/93, p.86) – 3 Stars – Good – "…British
teenagerhood has never been grumpier….the best bits rival
Nirvana, Dinosaur Jr. and even the mighty Sugar…"

New Musical Express (3/13/93, p.33) – "…one of those
flawed but satisfying debuts that suggests Radiohead’s talents
will really blossom later on…"

Entertainment Weekly (5/28/93, p.56) – "…mates Smiths-type
self-consciousness with dramatic U2-like vocals and guitar,
with Cure-style heavy but crunchy pop.."