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Pablo Honey

Radiohead Audio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
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1. You
2. Creep
3. How Do You?
4. Stop Whispering
5. Thinking About You
6. Anyone Can Play Guitar
7. Ripcord
8. Vegetable
9. Prove Yourself
10. I Can't
11. Lurgee
12. Blow Out

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It's that old story: unknown British band gets an American hit single, gets huge off the back of that one song, and the success ends up destroying them. Fortunately, Oxford quintet Radiohead were the exception that proves the rule. Radiohead's albatross was "Creep"--a titanic anthem to paranoia, self-hatred and self-obsession, utterly huge in every way. Pablo Honey, though, is much more than filler. "Anyone Can Play Guitar" is certainly as good as "Creep"; swathed in walls of feedback, it races blindly into a apocalyptic chorus, frontman Thom Yorke singing "As the world turns and as London burns, I'll be standing on the beach with my guitar." Certainly, indie-rock seldom got better than this, and elsewhere "Vegetable" and "Prove Yourself" pulled similar pyrotechnical tricks. Pablo Honey was later superseded by first The Bends, and later OK Computer, but it's certainly much more than a curious debut. --Louis Pattison

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RADIOHEAD Pablo Honey (Deleted original 1993 US issue 13-track CD album including Stop Whispering Anyone Can Play Guiter plus 2 versions of Creep complete with picture sleeve. This copy has a deletion cut on the spine but is still factory sealed with original pink & white hype sticker on the front CDP7814092)

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5.0 out of 5 stars got here fast Dec 31 2013
By Collene
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I didn't expect to get this until after Christmas, but it arrived a week or so before. It was exactly as shown.
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Format:Audio CD
This early radiohead album has what it contains to be a great album a 5-star: Bold,melodic, variability it's also great to hear Radiohead in its early days.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pablo Honey - Radiohead Sept. 16 2012
Format:Audio CD
You might recognize Radiohead as being one of music's most acclaimed groups, and while that is very true, it all had to start somewhere. Pablo Honey is Radiohead's big debut, but believe it or not, It was a relatively polarizing album among critics simply because they couldn't decide on wether the album's AAA hit: Creep (an amazing song!) was the only song worth while. I personally am one to deffend Radiohead and say that the rest of this album is worth checking out too. This album feels very grunge influenced is some cases, like in: Anyone Can Play Guitar, Creep, and You, which are some of Radioheads more "tradition" rock pieces and are the albums biggest highlights. However the album takes a much sweeter turn for: Stop Whispering, Thinking About You, and Blow Out, which are also nice songs. Sure, It's not one of Radiohead's best Albums, but it can at least hold it's own amongst the rest!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very satisfied Nov. 10 2011
Format:LP Record
Extreme high quality and fast shipment. This is a brand new item and was factory sealed. Nothing negative to say. Highly recommended!!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars the prelude to a long series of masterpieces June 12 2004
Format:Audio CD
You know your album is sub-par when your strongest single is on the disc twice. But despite the fact that this cd is only so-so, I still love listening to it. This album represents what I wish I could see more bands achieve. How many times have you listened to an album and thought to yourself, "I can hear so much potential." Even though the album isn't as great as you would like it to be, you're still applauding the effort. Occasionally, as in the case with Radiohead, a band will seize that potential and go beyond all expectations. Radiohead started out as a pretty weak band but soon became my all-time favorite musicians. This album is an important precursor to the greatness they would achieve later and should not be passed up.
As a side note, the song they became famous with, 'Creep', soon became the band's least favorite song. Through the 'Bends' and 'Ok Computer' years, Radiohead would often refuse to play 'Creep' while on tour. Last year while touring for 'Hail to the Thief', the band unexpectedly performed 'Creep' for the Atlanta crowd. Thom Yorke seemed to enjoy playing the song that he despised so much and acted playful on stage even adjusting some of the lyrics, like "I wanna perfect soul" with, "so I can look good next to you," while showing off his best feminine pose. It seemed that they were comfortable enough with their post-Creep accomplishments that they felt it was OK to play that 'wretched song'.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Classic to have! July 21 2008
By Martine
Format:Audio CD
I admit that the OK computer album is unbelievable... but this CD is very good as well. A bit more rock than the other one!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Before Radiohead were interesting... June 9 2004
Format:Audio CD
...they sounded like every other guitar rock band on the planet, and if there's anything Radiohead usually aren't, it's generic.
Alas, Radiohead's debut has not aged well at all in any way. Momentary flashes of the group's later brilliance pop up occasionally (most notably in the horrendously-overplayed (yet still high quality) "Creep" and the wonderful "Anyone Can Play Guitar"), but for the most part, it's a group trying to find its voice and failing miserably, as most of this album will be forgotten as soon as you're done listening to it.
Some would say that this album was ahead of its time when it came out. No it wasn't. Radiohead sounded like every other post-grunge outfit on the radio at that time. It can't really be "ahead of its time" if its sound can be classified by the time period it was released in.
Some would also say that you shouldn't come down so harshly on this album for being such an early release by the band, and this may be true. However, just going by the differences between Pablo Honey and The Bends (their second album), the jump in quality between the two is staggering. Even the difference in quality between Pablo Honey and the My Iron Lung EP (released the year after Pablo Honey) is pretty noticeable.
Overall, what we're left with are the very sketchy beginnings of one of the greatest bands in rock and roll. Some of you Radiohead fans might be tempted to buy it just to make your collection complete. Don't. You'll probably only listen to this album once and put it away on a shelf somewhere. Your money would be much better spent elsewhere. Also, those of you thinking about buying Pablo Honey as an intro to the group should think again. The Bends makes a much better introduction to the group's sound.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Wait just a sec... May 19 2004
By Scott
Format:Audio CD
Any of you true radiohead fans find this album unbearable, cliche of rock that you've been hearing for the past 5 years or so (which is why we love radiohead so much; they are so unique). However, you have to notice that Pablo Honey was released in 1993. Imagine a world of rock with Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Nirvana, and then Radiohead's Pablo Honey. Things are in perspective now, aren't they? Although Pablo Honey is, in comparison to every other radiohead album, a true bore, it is at least worth acknowleging that it was way ahead of its time.
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