Wednesday, April 11, 2007

B-Side Of The Week: Radiohead

I thought I'd revisit Radiohead for this week's b-side. "Coke Babies" is one of their more elusive tracks, released only on the UK version of the singles for "Anyone Can Play Guitar" back in 1993 just before the release of their debut record, Pablo Honey. It's got a similar feel to the final track on Pablo Honey, "Blow Out", in that it builds to a rocking crescendo of guitars at the end.
Radiohead - "Coke Babies"
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Previous B-Sides Of the Week:

Centro-Matic - "Not Like Anyone Would Mind"
Nirvana - "Even In His Youth"
Radiohead - "Bishop's Robes"
Catherine Wheel - "Capacity To Change"
The Black Crowes - "Waitin' Guilty"
Jeff Buckley - "Thousand Fold"
Idlewild - "Good Times Wasted"
Foo Fighters - "Baker Street"
Muse - "Fury"
Screaming Trees - "Silver Tongue"
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - "Loaded Gun"
Stereophonics - "Carrot Cake And Wine"
Oasis - "Let's All Make Believe"
Guns N' Roses - "Shadow Of Your Love"
Ryan Adams - "What Sin Replaces Love"
Chris Cornell - "Sunshower"
Feeder - "Bruised"
Snow Patrol - "Post Punk Progression"
Jeff Buckley - "Strawberry Street"
Rainer Maria - "Automatic"

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