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|3. How Do You?|
|4. Stop Whispering|
|5. Thinking About You|
|6. Anyone Can Play Guitar|
|9. Prove Yourself|
|10. I Can't|
|12. Blow Out|
Massively backed by UK 'indie' radio, the single became a hit in the slacker student community, and simultaneously established the band as serious musicians, with interesting points to make and hefty musical skills with which to drive them home.
The band's apparent overnight success came after years of dedication (even keeping in touch while away at various universities) and endless free time spent in rehearsal. They'd toughened up and tightened their sound on the road before setting out to make the album, and had grown the confidence to expand ideas across lengthy instrumental breaks that other new kids in the studio might fear to try.
It all resulted in a stunning blend that combined the best aspects of prog rock (challenging lyrics, deft chord changes, novelty time signatures and so forth) with the plaintiveness of bedsit singer song-writing and the sound of expensive equipment thrashed at by experts. Though later albums were better received, this remains one of rock's most impressive debuts. --Al Spicer
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Well I only bought it for "creep" but really enjoying the whole album. Arrived really quick.Published 1 month ago by Cornwall Scooterist
Sounds great, I've wanted this on record for a few years and only Amazon seems to sell itPublished 2 months ago by Dave
I bought this album as I love Creep. But there are many other tracks with uplifting guitar.
And as always with Radiohead blinding lyrics to inspire the soul.
I enjoyed this album as I very much like the band Radiohead. The album songs are not as good as some of Radioheads other albums such as The Bends but it contained the hit single... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Alex