Thursday, 21 February 2013

20 Years To Radiohead's Debut Album - "Pablo Honey"


On the 22 of February 1993, Radiohead, a young Rock group from Abingdon, Oxfordshire released its debut album called Pablo Honey. The five members of the band: Thom Yorke, Johnny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Phil Selway and Ed O'brien couldn't imagine that they'll become one of the most popular bands in the world. The first single from that album, Creep, was ignored by Radio stations and didn't make it into the mainstream playlists. But then something changed. An Israeli DJ named Yoav Kutner discovered that single in kept playing it as much as he could. The band became famous in Israel and their popularity moved on by EMI representatives all over the world. 20 Years later, Pablo Honey still sounds relevant and vital, so here're five songs from that great release.

Anyone Can Play Guitar


 
You



Creep




I Can't 


Thinking About You