Top Ten Most Underrated Radiohead Songs
The Top Ten
Where's Harry Patch ( In Memory Of ) and You Never Wash Up After Yourself?. Those are two beautiful but underappreciated Radiohead songs.
Such a beautiful and underrated song! Shame they never did a studio version.
Beautiful song, and sadly underrated.
Uh, they did now.
This song is never mentioned when I talk to people about Radiohead. It is one of my favorites...
The guitar on this track is so good - DarkBoi-X
Right now I'm listening to the song!
One of their best tracks on OK Computer, which contains however so many gems...
The arrangement of the guitars in this song is breath-taking. The vocals are haunting and though I am not a huge fan of the punch line ("I'm just.. uptight! "), can't deny how brilliant the song is
I showed this song to a friend of mine that totally hates all rock. He was completely blown away by it.
Most overlooked song off HTTF. Beautiful, powerful, and short. It passes off as an emotionally while not boring you or being so long that you want to die like *cough* Motion Picture Soundtrack *Cough*. Great political message and actually fits the theme of the album.
Intense, beautiful, dark, vocally and lyrically. What else do you want from radio head?
Nobody ever talks about this song but it's definitely one of my favourites out of The Bends and one of my favourite radiohead songs in general. Perfect intro song which ends with a perfect outro song: Street Spirit (Fade Out).
This is the best Radiohead song that was never put on an album, by a mile. The lyrics are perfectly angry and antisocial, but also anticlimactic. The feelings that this song creates are just so easy to relate to, and as always the instrumentation is amazing.
I'm glad people hate this song.
The vocoder hasn’t aged well, but besides that, I love this song. - IronSabbathPriest
This is actually my second favorite song on Kid A, only after Ideoteque. I am very aware many people wouldn't agree with that, but this sing is, beautifully haunting. It is an absolutely amazing song - ssbm514
My favorite Radiohead song.
This song made mercy
A haunting, tear inducing tune. - IronSabbathPriest
It never appears in a top 10 Radiohead songs and I think it definitely should - Nintendonix
Man, this is bad ass song, and that jazzy sound at the middle of the song is jusst perfedt though
Good Jazz sounding song - DarkBoi-X
The song is just amazing.. The humming and all.. It's so good
The voice, the humming and the song "wake me up wake me up "... It's so good
The guitar riffs are amazing.. Listen to this song and decide where it deserves to b - prashant03
How is this song not in the top 5? Is one of the if not the most beautiful songs Thom Yorke has ever written.
This song is wonderfully simple and is uplifting and cynical at the same time. Nobody mentions it but it's one of my favorite OKC songs
Why is this song so low on the other lists... This song is very beautiful and brings out the soul.
Gotta be their best B-side
If you like JUST
A great B-Side people forget about, along with Bishop's Robes. It should be up there with I Am A Wicked Child.
I think Creep doesn't really get the recognition it deserves. Sure maybe it's the only song that non fans like of Radiohead and maybe they form their opinions on the band under the guise of that song, which leads them to ignore the uniqueity of the gems that sound nothing like Creep, such as 15 Step. But seriously, Creep needs to be talked about more. I don't even really like the song all that much, it's decent and showcases Thom's voice nicely but it doesn't really exemplify what is Radiohead, it just sounds like a decent rock song, which is NOT Radiohead. In conclusion, Creep is probably their most underrated song.