This is a really hard list for me to put together, because quite frankly, they’ve all been just about great. Having said that, I’m to list the top 5 Radiohead albums of all-time. This isn’t simply based on my personal opinion, but this is based on the online voting methods and ratings of thousands of fans from around the world. Let’s see how music fans voted and we’ll see how they compare with your ratings.
5. Hail to the Thief. This was the band’s sixth studio album and it was released in 2003. There were some great songs on this eagerly anticipated album.
4. In Rainbows. I really liked their latest full length album. Not only because they offered it up for free online, but because it was truly packed with some classic Radiohead songs.
3. Kid A. Who would have thought they’d come out with such a radical album following on the success of OK Computer? This is still a revolutionary album that changed the face of modern music.
2. The Bends. One of the band’s purest albums, but you could feel the seeds being planted for their future experimentation. Still, there’s some classic stuff in this mid 1990s album.
1. OK Computer. One of the most important rock albums of all-time. Stylistically and musically, the message this album sends is of epic proportions. This is a modern day classic and makes the top 10 lists of so many music critics when they speak of the best and most important rock albums of all-time.