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Old 06-19-2008, 03:55 PM   #46
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It's got to be Creep. Easily. Having it in the insipid Rock Band has no doubt helped with that.
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As for introducing somebody to Radiohead, FPT works better than Android, no?
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Creep is easily the most well known to the mainstream, casual fans will know tracks like "The Bends", "Fake Plastic Trees", "Karma Police", that's about the end of their normal radio single releasing habits, on alternative stations Kid A songs and In Rainbows songs got some play that I noticed but not in the same way, the two albums in between there were virtually ignored in my area.
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As for introducing somebody to Radiohead, FPT works better than Android, no?
Maybe. FPT says what an amazing song. Android says wow, this is crazy, I need to hear it again. Depends on who I'm talking to, I guess.
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In Rainbows songs got some play that I noticed but not in the same way, the two albums in between there were virtually ignored in my area.
I don't listen to the radio much but I can't believe how much I've heard IR just walking into stores and stuff. A friend says it's because of me--I walk into stores and Radiohead comes on.
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A friend says it's because of me--I walk into stores and Radiohead comes on.
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I don't listen to the radio much but I can't believe how much I've heard IR just walking into stores and stuff. A friend says it's because of me--I walk into stores and Radiohead comes on.
I remember walking into a Newbury Comics in April and hearing IR playing, and thinking it was rather an obvious choice for NC which would normally play much more obscure music...a few minutes later they cut it off in the middle of a track and someone replaced it with some emo shit. Not Okay.
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