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VOL. 52-NO SURPRISES
Radiohead
VOL. 52-NO SURPRISES
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock
 
Japanese only tour EP featuring six tracks: 'No Surprises', an exclusive remix of 'Pearly' and four B-sides from variousU.K. CD singles, 'Melatonin', 'Meeting In The Aisle' (Instrumental), 'Bishop's Robes' and 'A Reminder'...  more »

      
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All Artists: Radiohead
Title: VOL. 52-NO SURPRISES
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Parlophone
Album Type: EP
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock
Styles: Indie & Lo-Fi, British Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 724388520522, 724388514521, 724388514521

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Japanese only tour EP featuring six tracks: 'No Surprises', an exclusive remix of 'Pearly' and four B-sides from variousU.K. CD singles, 'Melatonin', 'Meeting In The Aisle' (Instrumental), 'Bishop's Robes' and 'A Reminder'. 1997 EMI release. Digipak.

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tksc | 08/04/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Radiohead fans, this is a must!!!
No Surprises - Easily Radiohead's best song. Simple, haunting tune. absolutely beautiful. This one's a gem.
Pearly* - Brilliant song, highly underapreciated. Great ending. This a slightly different mix than the version than the ones on Paranoid Android and How am I Driving?
Melatonin - This track begins with synth and vocals, and later adds a somewhat confusing drumbeat. Definitely the most experimental thing to come out of the OK Computer sessions Too short.
Meeting in the Aisle - This one's crazy. A straightforward instrumental, there's no telling how they made some of these sounds. Fun to listen to.
Bishop's Robes - Mellow song about Thom's evil gradeschool headmaster. Really kind of hard to describe
A Reminder - Wonderful. This one's quiet, but incredibly powerful. Stunning conclusion. The idea of this song is "If I go insane, play me this song." (It really is, I've read a book on it, you know.["From A Great Height" by Jonathan Glazer. It only goes as far as OK Computer, but there's a crapload of information.)"