I absolutly love Radiohead, though I do admit that their sloppy grunge-rock from pablo honey and some of the "lesser" tracks on "The Bends" irritate me. That said, this is an amazing single, but it remains: a single. If you keep that in mind, you'll be amazed how good this is. If you were to look at it like a normal Radiohead release, you'll probably be a bit disappointed. The songs are good, but not very memorable. It's a fun little romp if you can find it for 7 bucks, but your wasting your money if you pay full price. The version of "creep" is really interesting, though it is rather spoiled with an almost comedic radio-edit at the beginning of the track. If you can get passed that, it's the best version of this out there. The songs in the middle between "creep" and "my iron lung" all tend to blend together into a distorted free-for-all. They're not bad tracks, certainly, but I fail to understand the high admiration most people have for some of the songs. Its good to note that their usual producer Nigel Goodrich only produced 2 of the songs on the single. This CD shows just what an important asset he is to the band. Finally, the "middle section" of this single, which borders or album status, have a very "b-sides" feel to me. They're good, yes, but they're still b-sides, and there is a good reason they were not put on any real albums.