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Radiohead pushed the boundaries of rock and roll. Never settling for genre archetypes, they incorporated a wide variety of musical influences - from Pink Floyd to R.E.M. - that challenge even the most dedicated fan. They flipped the music industry on its head and are pioneers of the digital revolution.

Founded in the mid-1980s by schoolboys from a suburb of Oxford, England, Radiohead – who took the name from a Talking Heads song – are the most compelling paradox in modern rock: a worldwide commercial sensation with a restless, experimental vision and underground-pioneer spirit. More at rockhall.com...

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Click on poster images for source information. Photographs by Michael Kurman.

Spotify Playlist

YouTube Performances

YouTube Interviews

Archival Resources

All archival materials related to Radiohead can be found here. Listed below are notable collections and items of interest.

Radiohead promo photo

Radiohead promo photo

Radiohead promo photo

Radiohead postcard

Radiohead promo photo

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