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Everyone knows drum & bass has a reputation for being moody, and now it s been 100% confirmed with this cheeky white label featuring possibly the most depressing (yet brilliant) bands on earth, Radiohead. Far from stopping the dance in its tracks, as one might expect from such an idea, this pair of killer remixes has the crowds going crazy for the awesome bass drops and those inimitable Thom Yorke vocals.
Idioteque" is a song by the English rock band Radiohead, released on their fourth album, Kid A (2000). Primarily electronic and dance-oriented in style, the song was hailed as a radical departure from the band's earlier guitar-driven music. Although (as with all other songs on the album) it was never released as a single, it has become one of the band's most popular songs, and played at nearly every concert since 2000
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This is the 8th track from Kid A, Radiohead’s departure album exploring electronic instruments and beats. Idioteque is possibly the greatest departure from their earlier sound. Here is the paranoia of encroaching technology: the central image of the song is a nuclear holocaust as well as global warming.
Watch the video for Idioteque from Radiohead's Kid A for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Idioteque" is the eighth track on Radiohead's album Kid A (2000). Driven by electronic beats, it was seen as a departure for the rock band, but remains a fan favourite, especially at live concerts. Singer Thom Yorke usually dances during the song, and the crowd joins in singing the second verse ("Ice age coming, ice age coming").