Weekend Rock Question: What’s Radiohead’s Best Post-1990s Song?
Radiohead released their long-awaited new album A Moon Shaped Pool earlier this week, and the reviews have been absolutely ecstatic. “If Radiohead have made the dehumanizing effects of technology their great theme, A Moon Shaped Pool is the first record in which, musically, they kick their way out of the machine, or at least make their cyborg soul more vestigial,” wrote Rolling Stone’s Will Hermes. “Where Kid A and Amnesiac were defined by electronic music vernacular, this record is defined by its orchestral arrangements.”
Now we have a question for you: What is Radiohead’s best post-1990s song? Anything they released after December 31st, 1999 counts. Feel free to vote for a classic like “Idioteque” and “The National Anthem,” something a little more obscure like “Bangers and Mash” and “Myxomatosis” or even a track from the new album, such as “Daydreaming” and “The Numbers.” No track is too obscure to count here, so don’t feel the need to be confined to the albums. Please only vote once and only for a single selection.
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