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Why does Radiohead not play creep?

Why does Radiohead not play creep?

In 1993, Yorke said of the song: “I have a real problem being a man in the ’90s… Any man with any sensitivity or conscience toward the opposite sex would have a problem. To actually assert yourself in a masculine way without looking like you’re in a hard-rock band is a very difficult thing to do…

Why did Radiohead break up?

Radiohead have announced that they’re taking a break in 2020. Speaking to NME, the band’s drummer Phillip Selway said that the group are taking the year apart to focus on other work. “There are always conversations going on, but we’ve always got other projects going on,” he revealed.

What happened to the band Radiohead?

Unfortunate news for Radiohead fans, the band won’t be returning in 2020 as its members continue to focus on solo pursuits. “There are always conversations going on, but we’ve always got other projects going on,” Selway described. The band’s last album, A Moon Shaped Pool, was released in 2016 to critical acclaim.

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When did Radiohead stop playing creep?

According to, Radiohead have played “Creep” 361 times; however 317 of those shows were between 1992 and 1998, and there have been major tours (such as in 2000, 2008 and 2012) where they didn’t break it out at all.

Does Radiohead still play creep?

Not to be outdone by an impersonation of a frog puppet, Radiohead eventually yielded to their fans’ implorations and began to reinstate “Creep” in their live shows from 2016.

What happened to the lead singer of Radiohead?

Scott Johnson, 33, died before Radiohead was going to play on June 16, 2012 at Toronto’s Downsview Park – the last stop on their North American Tour. The roof of the temporary stage collapsed, and Johnson was killed instantly when he was hit by a falling video monitor, The Globe and Mail reported.

When was creep released?


What is ranked the best song ever?

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2004 and 2010 lists

Rank Artist Song
1 Bob Dylan “Like a Rolling Stone”
2 The Rolling Stones “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
3 John Lennon “Imagine”
4 Marvin Gaye “What’s Going On”

Why was Creep written?

Singer Thom Yorke wrote “Creep” while studying at Exeter University in the late 1980s. Yorke said: “I wasn’t very happy with the lyrics; I thought they were pretty crap.” Guitarist Jonny Greenwood said the song was inspired by a girl that Yorke had followed around and who unexpectedly attended a Radiohead performance.