Radiohead | The Complete Studio Albums | 9 LP Vinyl Bundle

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Every. Radiohead. Album. Ever. 

It doesn't get much better than this... the unparalleled Radiohead studio albums discography available in one bundle for one low price, available exclusively at popmarket!

From the alt-rock early days of their Pablo Honey to their latest masterpiece, 2016's A Moon Shaped Pool - this bundle includes it all!

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The Albums:

Pablo Honey (1993) - The debut album - a promising collection that blends anthemic rock with long, atmospheric instrumental passages and an enthralling triple-guitar attack. Although it is undoubtedly less slick and accomplished than their subsequent work, Thom Yorke's vulnerable but impressive vocal styling was already in place on songs such as "Stop Whispering Anyone Can Play Guitar" and the surprise hit "Creep."

The Bends (1995) - Ranked 110/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All TimePablo Honey in no way was adequate preparation for its epic, sprawling follow-up, The Bends. Building from the sweeping, three-guitar attack that punctuated the best moments of Pablo Honey, Radiohead create a grand and forceful sound that nevertheless resonates with anguish and despair -- it's cerebral anthemic rock.

OK Computer (1997) - The album that establishes Radiohead as one of the most inventive and rewarding guitar rock bands of the '90s. It's a thoroughly astonishing demonstration of musical virtuosity and becomes even more impressive with repeated listens, which reveal subtleties like electronica rhythms, eerie keyboards, odd time signatures, and complex syncopations. Yet all of this would simply be showmanship if the songs weren't strong in themselves, and OK Computer is filled with moody masterpieces, from the shimmering "Subterranean Homesick Alien" and the sighing "Karma Police" to the gothic crawl of "Exit Music (For a Film)."

Kid A (2000) - Ranked 428/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Musically, Kid A is as accomplished as anything Radiohead has ever produced and its overflowing with eye-opening musical mosaics which are absolutely stunning in their insight and beauty.

Amnesiac (2001) - Although it's more song-driven and acoustic than Kid A, Radiohead's Amnesiac was hulled from the same sessions and it marked the first time in the band's career that a new record didn't bring about a complete shift in artistic priorities. It's nevertheless another brilliant offering from the most musically innovative band in modern music and another fine example of the fact that they're comfortably in a league all their own.

Hail To The Thief (2003) - The sixth studio album by Radiohead, originally released in 2003, Hail to the Thief was seen as a return to alternative rock, drawing it's sound from every era of the band's existence. Band members described the album as having a more "swaggering" sound and a relaxed recording process, in contrast to previous tense sessions.

In Rainbows (2007) - On the deliriously satisfying In Rainbows, Radiohead returns to a more straight-ahead (though subdued) rock sound. This is not a record that hits you over the head with how far this group is pushing the envelope; it's simply a phenomenal, well-crafted, and exciting album. As soon as it's done, you're playing it again.

The King Of Limbs (2011) - Radiohead's highly anticipated eighth album, The King Of Limbs follows-up the artistic provocateurs' 7-time Grammy nominated 2007 release In Rainbows. The eight song collection was produced by longtime collaborator, Nigel Godrich and is arguably the most groove-oriented set of Radiohead's restless career.

A Moon Shaped Pool (2016) - With their ninth studio album, Radiohead move beyond the existential angst that made them music’s preeminent doomsayers, pursuing a more personal—and eternal—form of enlightenment.

LP Track Listings:

Pablo Honey

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 


The Bends

1. Planet Telex 

2. The Bends

3. High And Dry

4. Fake Plastic Trees

5. Bones

6. (Nice Dream)

7. Just (You Do It To Yourself)

8. My Iron Lung

9. Bullet Proof...I Wish I Was

10. Black Star

11. Sulk

12. Street Spirit (Fade Out) 


OK Computer

1. Airbag

2. Paranoid Android

3. Subterranean Homesick Alien

4. Exit Music (For a Film)

5. Let Down

6. Karma Police

7. Fitter Happier

8. Electioneering

9. Climbing Up the Walls

10. No Surprises

11. Lucky

12. The Tourist


Kid A

1. Everything In Its Right Place

2. Kid A

3. The National Anthem

4. How To Disappear Completely

5. Treefingers

6. Optimistic

7. In Limbo

8. Idioteque

9. Morning Bell

10. Motion Picture Soundtrack

11. Untitled




1. Packt Like Sardines In a Crushd Tin Box

2. Pyramid Song

3. Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors

4. You And Whose Army?

5. I Might Be Wrong

6. Knives Out

7. Morning Bell/Amnesiac

8. Dollars and Cents

9. Hunting Bears

10. Like Spinning Plates

11. Life In a Glasshouse


Hail To The Thief

1. 2+2=5

2. Sit Down. Stand Up

3. Sail To The Moon

4. Backdrifts

5. Go To Sleep

6. Where I End And You Begin

7. We Suck Young Blood

8. The Gloaming

9. There There

10. I Will

11. A Punchup At A Wedding

12. Myxomatosis

13. Scatterbrain

14. A Wolf At The Door


In Rainbows

1.15 Step



4.Weird Fishes/Arpeggi

5.All I Need

6.Faust Arp


8.House of Cards

9.Jigsaw Falling into Place



The King Of Limbs

1. Bloom

2. Morning Mr. Magpie

3. Little By Little

4. Feral

5. Lotus Flower

6. Codex

7. Give Up The Ghost

8. Separator 


A Moon Shaped Pool

1. Burn The Witch

2. Daydreaming

3. Decks Dark

4. Desert Island Disk

5. Ful Stop

6. Glass Eyes

7. Identikit

8. The Numbers

9. Present Tense

10. Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief

11. True Love Waits