Radiohead play 93 Feet East
Or the one that, according to Thom Yorke, “sounds like that new Australian band Wolfmother”. Post the whole ‘‘they’re revolutionising the music industry!’ business, there’s something quite rubbish about Radiohead releasing something as orthodox as a single for radio, rather than a pill available only in exchange for your certificate of carbon footprint reduction. What’s the use of a revolution if its impact isn’t sustained, eh?

Hamish MacBain

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