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List of songs recorded by Radiohead

A collage of all five Radiohead members in the mid-2010s
Radiohead in the mid-2010s; from left to right: Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Ed O'Brien and Philip Selway

The English rock band Radiohead have recorded over 160 songs since their debut in 1992, most credited to the band as a whole. They have worked with producer Nigel Godrich since 1994. Several of their albums are consistently ranked among the greatest of all time.[1][2][3]

Radiohead's first album, Pablo Honey (1993), preceded by their breakthrough single "Creep",[4] features a sound reminiscent of alternative rock bands such as the Pixies and Nirvana.[5][6] The Bends (1995) marked a move toward "anthemic rock",[5] with more cryptic lyrics about social and global topics, and elements of Britpop.[5][7][8] OK Computer (1997), the first Radiohead album produced by Godrich,[9] features more abstract lyrics that reflected themes of modern alienation,[10] and subtle, complex and textured songs.[11]

Kid A (2000) and Amnesiac (2001), recorded in the same sessions,[12][13] marked a drastic change in style, incorporating influences from electronic music, 20th-century classical music, krautrock and jazz.[14] Radiohead's sixth album, Hail to the Thief (2003), combines electronic and rock music with lyrics written in response to the War on Terror.[15] Radiohead self-released their seventh album, In Rainbows (2007), as a pay-what-you-want download.[5] It incorporates alternative rock and art pop[16][17] with more personal, "universal" lyrics.[18][19] Outtakes from the album were released on In Rainbows Disk 2 (2007).[20] In 2009, Radiohead released two non-album singles: "Harry Patch (In Memory Of)", a tribute to the last surviving World War I soldier Harry Patch,[21] and "These Are My Twisted Words", a free download.[22]

Radiohead's eighth album, The King of Limbs (2011), emphasises the rhythm section with extensive samples and loops.[23][24] The band released four non-album singles in 2011: "Supercollider" and "The Butcher",[25] followed by "The Daily Mail" and "Staircase".[26][27] After a hiatus,[5] Radiohead recorded a title song for the 2015 James Bond film Spectre, but it was rejected.[28] Their next album, A Moon Shaped Pool (2016), incorporates art rock and ambient music,[29][30] with string and choral arrangements performed by the London Contemporary Orchestra.[31] In 2017, Radiohead released a deluxe remaster of OK Computer, OKNOTOK 1997 2017, including B-sides and the previously unreleased songs "I Promise", "Man of War", and "Lift".[32]

Contents

SongsEdit

 
Radiohead first worked with producer Nigel Godrich in 1994, when he produced some songs on the My Iron Lung EP (1994). He has produced every Radiohead release since their third album, OK Computer (1997).
 
John Leckie produced Radiohead's second album, The Bends (1995).
 
"Harry Patch (In Memory Of)" is a tribute to the last surviving World War I combat soldier, Harry Patch.[21]

All songs written by Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Ed O'Brien and Philip Selway, except where noted.

Contents
0–9 · A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I · J · K · L · M · N · O · P · R · S · T · U · W · Y · Notes · References
Key
  Indicates song released on a single
  Indicates song not produced or co-produced by Nigel Godrich
Song Original release Producers Year Ref.
"15 Step" In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"2 + 2 = 5"   Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"4 Minute Warning" In Rainbows Disk 2 Nigel Godrich 2007 [35]
"Airbag"   OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"All I Need"   In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"The Amazing Sounds of Orgy" B-side to "Pyramid Song" (CD1) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [37]
"Anyone Can Play Guitar"   Pablo Honey Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
1993 [38]
"Backdrifts" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Banana Co."[a] (live) B-side to "Pop Is Dead" Radiohead
Jim Warren  
1993 [40]
"Bangers + Mash" In Rainbows Disk 2 Nigel Godrich 2007 [35]
"The Bends" The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"Bishop's Robes" B-side to "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" (CD1) John Leckie   1996 [42]
"Black Star" The Bends Radiohead
Nigel Godrich
John Leckie
1995 [41]
"Bloom" The King of Limbs Nigel Godrich 2011 [43]
"Blow Out" Pablo Honey Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
1993 [38]
"Bodysnatchers"   In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"Bones" The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"Bullet Proof..I Wish I Was" The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"Burn the Witch"   A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"The Butcher"   Non-album single Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2011 [25]
"Climbing Up the Walls" OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Codex" The King of Limbs Nigel Godrich 2011 [43]
"Coke Babies" B-side to "Anyone Can Play Guitar" Jim Warren
Chris Hufford  
1993 [45]
"Creep"[b]   Pablo Honey Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
1993 [38]
"Cuttooth" B-side to "Knives Out" (CD1) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [46]
"The Daily Mail"   The King of Limbs: Live from the Basement Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2011 [47]
"Daydreaming"   A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"Decks Dark" A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"Desert Island Disk" A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"Dollars and Cents" Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"Down Is the New Up" In Rainbows Disk 2 Nigel Godrich 2007 [35]
"Electioneering" OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Everything in Its Right Place" Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"Exit Music (For a Film)" OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Faithless, the Wonder Boy" B-side to "Anyone Can Play Guitar" Jim Warren
Chris Hufford  
1993 [45]
"Fake Plastic Trees"   The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"Fast-Track" B-side to "Pyramid Song" (CD2) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [50]
"Faust Arp" In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"Feral" The King of Limbs Nigel Godrich 2011 [43]
"Fitter Happier" OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Fog" B-side to "Knives Out" (CD2) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [51]
"Ful Stop" A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"Gagging Order"[c] B-side to "Go to Sleep" (CD2) Radiohead   2003 [52]
"Give Up the Ghost" The King of Limbs Nigel Godrich 2011 [43]
"Glass Eyes" A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"The Gloaming" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Go Slowly" In Rainbows Disk 2 Nigel Godrich 2007 [35]
"Go to Sleep"   Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Harry Patch (In Memory Of)"   Non-album single Radiohead   2009 [21]
"High and Dry"   The Bends Radiohead
Jim Warren  
1995 [41]
"House of Cards"   In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"How Can You Be Sure?" B-side to "Fake Plastic Trees" John Leckie   1995 [53]
"How Do You?" Pablo Honey Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
1993 [38]
"How I Made My Millions" B-side to "No Surprises" Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1998 [54]
"How to Disappear Completely" Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"Hunting Bears" Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"I Am a Wicked Child"[c] B-side to "Go to Sleep" (CD2) Radiohead   2003 [52]
"I Am Citizen Insane"[c] B-side to "Go to Sleep" (CD1) Radiohead   2003 [55]
"I Can't" Pablo Honey Chris Hufford   1993 [38]
"I Might Be Wrong"   Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"I Promise"   OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017 Nigel Godrich 2017 [56]
"I Want None of This" Help!: A Day in the Life War Child   2005 [57]
"I Will" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Identikit" A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"Idioteque"[d] Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"Ill Wind" A Moon Shaped Pool (special edition) Nigel Godrich 2016 [58]
"In Limbo" Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"India Rubber" B-side to "Fake Plastic Trees" Radiohead   1995 [53]
"Inside My Head" B-side to "Creep" Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
1992 [59]
"Jigsaw Falling into Place"   In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"Just"   The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"Karma Police"   OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Kid A" Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"Killer Cars" (live) Itch Radiohead   1994 [60]
"Kinetic" B-side to "Pyramid Song" (CD2) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [50]
"Knives Out"   Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"Last Flowers" In Rainbows Disk 2 Nigel Godrich 2007 [35]
"Let Down" OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Lewis (Mistreated)" My Iron Lung John Leckie   1994 [61]
"Life in a Glasshouse" Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"Lift" OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017 Nigel Godrich 2017 [56]
"Like Spinning Plates" Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"Little by Little" The King of Limbs Nigel Godrich 2011 [43]
"Lotus Flower" The King of Limbs Nigel Godrich 2011 [43]
"Lozenge of Love" My Iron Lung John Leckie   1994 [61]
"Lucky"[e]   The Help Album Nigel Godrich 1995 [62]
"Lull" B-side to "Karma Police" Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1997 [63]
"Lurgee" Pablo Honey Chris Hufford   1993 [38]
"Man of War"   OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017 Nigel Godrich 2017 [56]
"Maquiladora" B-side to "High and Dry" John Leckie   1995 [64]
"Meeting in the Aisle"[f] B-side to "Karma Police" Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1997 [63]
"Melatonin"[f] B-side to "Paranoid Android" (CD2) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1997 [65]
"Million Dollar Question" B-side to "Creep" Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
1992 [59]
"MK 1" In Rainbows Disk 2 Nigel Godrich 2007 [35]
"MK 2" In Rainbows Disk 2 Nigel Godrich 2007 [35]
"Molasses" B-side to "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" (CD2) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1996 [39]
"Morning Bell" Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"Morning Bell/Amnesiac" Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"Morning Mr Magpie" The King of Limbs Nigel Godrich 2011 [43]
"Motion Picture Soundtrack" Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"My Iron Lung"   The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"Myxomatosis" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"The National Anthem" Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"(Nice Dream)" The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"No Surprises"   OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Nothing Touches Me" Pablo Honey (collector's edition) Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
2009 [66]
"Nude"   In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"The Numbers" A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"Optimistic" Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box" Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"Palo Alto"[f] B-side to "No Surprises" Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1998 [54]
"Paperbag Writer"[c] B-side to "There There" Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [68]
"Paranoid Android"   OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Pearly*"[f] B-side to "Paranoid Android" (CD1) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1997 [70]
"Permanent Daylight" My Iron Lung Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1994 [61]
"Planet Telex"   The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"Polyethylene (Parts 1 & 2)"[f] B-side to "Paranoid Android" (CD1) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1997 [70]
"Pop Is Dead"   Non-album single Jim Warren
Radiohead  
1993 [40]
"Present Tense" A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"Prove Yourself"[g] Drill Chris Hufford   1992 [71]
"Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors" Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"Punchdrunk Lovesick Singalong" My Iron Lung John Leckie   1994 [61]
"A Punchup at a Wedding" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Pyramid Song"   Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"Reckoner"   In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"A Reminder"[f] B-side to "Paranoid Android" (CD2) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
1997 [65]
"Ripcord" Pablo Honey Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
1993 [38]
"Sail to the Moon" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Scatterbrain" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Separator" The King of Limbs Nigel Godrich 2011 [43]
"Sit Down. Stand Up" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Spectre"   Non-album single Nigel Godrich 2015 [28]
"Staircase"   The King of Limbs: Live from the Basement Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2011 [47]
"Stop Whispering"   Pablo Honey Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
1993 [38]
"Street Spirit (Fade Out)"   The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"Stupid Car" Drill Chris Hufford   1992 [71]
"Subterranean Homesick Alien" OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Sulk" The Bends John Leckie   1995 [41]
"Supercollider"   Non-album single Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2011 [25]
"Talk Show Host" B-side to "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" (CD1) John Leckie   1996 [42]
"There There"   Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"These Are My Twisted Words"   Non-album single Nigel Godrich 2009 [72]
"Thinking About You"[g] Drill Chris Hufford   1993 [71]
"Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man
Poor Man Beggar Man Thief"
A Moon Shaped Pool Nigel Godrich 2016 [44]
"The Tourist" OK Computer Nigel Godrich 1997 [36]
"Trans-Atlantic Drawl" B-side to "Pyramid Song" (CD1) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [37]
"Treefingers" Kid A Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2000 [49]
"The Trickster" My Iron Lung John Leckie   1994 [61]
"True Love Waits"[h] (live) I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings Nigel Godrich
(A Moon Shaped Pool)
2001 [73]
"Up on the Ladder" In Rainbows Disk 2 Nigel Godrich 2007 [35]
"Vegetable" Pablo Honey Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie  
1993 [38]
"Videotape" In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"We Suck Young Blood" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Weird Fishes/Arpeggi" In Rainbows Nigel Godrich 2007 [33]
"Where Bluebirds Fly"[c] B-side to "There There" Radiohead   2003 [68]
"Where I End and You Begin" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"A Wolf at the Door" Hail to the Thief Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2003 [34]
"Worrywort" B-side to "Knives Out" (CD2) Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [51]
"Yes I Am" B-side to "Creep" (re-release) Radiohead   1993 [74]
"You"[g] Drill Chris Hufford (Drill)
Sean Slade
Paul Q. Kolderie
(Pablo Honey)  
1993 [71]
"You and Whose Army?" Amnesiac Nigel Godrich
Radiohead
2001 [48]
"You Never Wash Up After Yourself" (live) My Iron Lung Jim Warren   1994 [61]

Unreleased songsEdit

Radiohead have written numerous songs that have not been officially released. Live performances of many of the songs circulate as bootlegs. Asked in 2013 about the status of the unreleased songs, Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich said: "Everything will surface one day... it all exists... and so it will eventually get there I'm sure."[75] He cited "Nude", written in the late 1990s but released in 2007,[76] as an example of a song that took years to complete.[75]

Song Notes
"Come to Your Senses" Radiohead played "Come to Your Senses" in 2006 at a soundcheck at the Hearst Greek Theatre in Berkley, California. A minute-long bootleg was circulated before a full bootleg appeared in June 2018.[77] According to Consequence of Sound, the song "sounds like nothing else Radiohead has ever written", with country and folk elements.[78]
"Cut a Hole" Radiohead debuted "Cut a Hole" on the King of Limbs tour in 2012.[79] The song builds gradually to a climax, with "menacing" lyrics about a "long-distance connection".[79] The NME described it as "an atmospheric, shifting gloomathon" with a "head-flung-back vocal from Thom, climaxing with some of his highest notes since OK Computer".[80]
"Follow Me Around" "Follow Me Around" made its first appearance in the 1998 documentary Meeting People Is Easy. According to Rolling Stone, it is one of singer Yorke's "darkest songs, if only because he's admitting he knows what's coming, but has no other choice than to carry on," with lyrics about "shadowy figures lurking in corners".[81] Yorke and Jonny Greenwood performed a rearranged version in 2017.[82]
"I Froze Up" Yorke debuted "I Froze Up" on Rhodes piano during a webcast performance in 2002. In 2010, he performed the song again at a solo concert in Cambridge, England, and two months later in Chicago while touring with Atoms for Peace. Rolling Stone described it as "sparse" and "haunting".[81]
"I Lie Awake" "I Lie Awake" was played in soundchecks during Radiohead's 2006 tour.[83]
"Open the Floodgates" / "Porous" "Open the Floodgates", also referred to by Colin Greenwood as "Porous", dates to at least 2006. Yorke debuted it on piano alongside "I Froze Up" in 2010.[79]
"Riding a Bullet" "Riding a Bullet" was played in soundchecks during the 2008 In Rainbows tour.[83]
"Skirting on the Surface" Yorke debuted "Skirting on the Surface" in 2009 in a solo piano rendition while on tour with his band Atoms for Peace.[83] It was first performed by Radiohead in 2012 in an arrangement Pitchfork described as a "bleak slow-groover". Variations on the title have appeared on Radiohead's website since 1997.[79]
"Slave" Yorke mentioned "Slave" in a 2008 interview, and said he would send it to Godrich for mixing that night.[84]
"Wake Me" "Wake Me" was played in soundchecks during the 2008 In Rainbows tour.[83]

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Studio recording later released as a B-side to "Street Spirit (Fade Out)" (CD2) (1996)[39]
  2. ^ Written by Radiohead, Mike Hazelwood, and Albert Hammond[38]
  3. ^ a b c d e Later released on Com Lag (2plus2isfive) (2004)[67]
  4. ^ Written by Radiohead, Paul Lansky, and Arthur Kreiger[49]
  5. ^ Later released on OK Computer (1997)[36]
  6. ^ a b c d e f Later released on Airbag / How Am I Driving? (1998)[69]
  7. ^ a b c Later appeared on Pablo Honey (1993)[38]
  8. ^ Studio recording later released on A Moon Shaped Pool (2016)[44]

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