Thom Yorke on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross - 7th November 2003
Radiohead perform on the chat show.
- Principal Members
- Colin Greenwood
- Johnny Greenwood
- Ed O'Brien
- Phil Selway
- Thom Yorke
Radiohead are an English rock band from Oxfordshire, initially formed in the mid-1980s under the name On a Friday. Radiohead's lineup has remained the same since their inception, with Thom Yorke (vocals/rhythm guitar/piano/electronics), Jonny Greenwood (lead guitar/ondes martenot/keyboards), Ed O'Brien (guitar/backing vocals), Colin Greenwood (bass/synthesizers) and Phil Selway (drums/percussion)...
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- 1985 Form while at school as 'On A Friday'
- 1992 Sign to EMI; change their name
- 1993 Tour the US, where single 'Creep' is climbing the charts
- 1995 Second album 'The Bends' yields five top 30 singles
- 1997 'OK Computer' released
- 1997 Legendary Glastonbury performance
- 2000 Mount a tour in a specially designed tent free of advertising
- 2005 Begin work on the difficult seventh album
- 2006 Yorke releases solo record
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Top 10 Tracks
These are the tracks that are most listened to by users of Last.FM.
- 1 Karma Police played 10,280 times
- 2 Paranoid Android played 9,204 times
- 3 Creep played 8,289 times
- 4 No Surprises played 7,440 times
- 5 Airbag played 6,308 times
- 6 Fake Plastic Trees played 6,200 times
- 7 Let Down played 6,098 times
- 8 Lucky played 6,000 times
- 9 Idioteque played 5,963 times
- 10 Exit Music (for a Film) played 5,891 times
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