Track: Like Spinning Plates (Live)
Artist: Radiohead
Album: I Might Be Wrong
Plays: 281

enoughthunder:

Like Spinning Plates - Radiohead

while you make pretty speeches,
i’m being cut to shreds
you feed me to the lions,
a delicate balance

(Source: amnesiac618, via vermeers)

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Track: Separator
Artist: Radiohead
Album: The King Of Limbs
Plays: 2943

raxus-prime:

Separator - Radiohead

(via vermeers)

355
Track: Knives Out
Artist: Radiohead
Album: Amnesiac
Plays: 150

lovely-moonchild:

Radiohead - Knives Out

I want you know,
He’s not coming back.
Look into my eyes:
I’m not coming back. 

(via thatgroovychick)

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Track: Fake Plastic Trees
Artist: Radiohead
Album: The Bends
Plays: 58361

wearemusicperformers:

Radiohead / Fake Plastic Trees

398
Track: There There
Artist: Radiohead
Album: Hail to the Thief
Plays: 40

actionjacksonlovesbbq:

There There, Radiohead

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Track: No Surprises
Artist: Radiohead
Album: OK Computer
Plays: 60

kaptus:

Radiohead - No Surprises

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Track: There There. (The Boney King Of Nowhere.)
Artist: Radiohead
Album: Hail To The Thief
Plays: 190

petetownshend:

There There-Radiohead

(Source: switchoffthemachines, via thatgroovychick)

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Track: Optimistic
Artist: Radiohead
Album: Kid A
Plays: 220

sleeplesssun:

you can try the best you can

the best you can is good enough

(Source: flowersformy-brain)

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Track: How To Disappear Completely
Artist: Radiohead
Album: Kid A
Plays: 1449

shrugged:

Radiohead - How To Disappear Completely

(via shrugged-deactivated20121228)

327
Track: Idioteque
Artist: Radiohead
Album: Kid A
Plays: 41

(Source: loleanor)

8

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470

beckieturton:

No Surprises by Radiohead

“I’ll take a quiet life, a handshake of carbon monoxide. No alarms and no surprises, no alarms and no surprises, no alarms and no surprises.. silence.”

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(Source: noakom)

163
[…] fucking rock music sucks man, I hate it. I’m just so fucking bored of it. It’s a fucking waste of time. It’s not really the music. It’s not sitting on stage playing guitar, drums, and singing, that’s not what I’m talking about. What I’m talking about is all the mythology that goes with it, I have a real fucking problem with that. I have a real problem with the idea that you have to make yourselves stupid and you know, do certain things and talk to certain people and this is the way you- I just totally snapped. I had enough of it. I think, I think it’s the same with literature and with art. Like, a lot of the time you confuse the personality with the piece of work. It ultimately doesn’t do anybody any favours, you know? In a way, it, it can, it negates the work as well because I think is that essentially um, like if you’re an artist, like Rothko, and you choose to kill yourself, then that kills the work forevermore which is not totally the point. And not only that, it destroys the work for everybody. You know people who, um, like there’s a Rothko Room in Titan, London and when kids go in there, they’re like, “Wow! This shit is great!” and all they see is the joy of the colours in the paintings. And all the adults see is that this poor sap killed himself.
— Thom Yorke, via (via sixstepsback)

(via onthepermafrost-deactivated2012)

106

(Source: thomfuckingyorke)

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