Radiohead – In Rainbows

I love Radiohead. I’ll get that out of the way so you know. In Rainbows is an album that has 0 filler tracks. Each one was meant to be there. It’s fantastic, sounds nothing like Radiohead have ever recorded, yet is still recognisable as Radiohead from the first 5 seconds of mashed-up drums that introduce ’15 Step’. It’s lush yet sparse. The strings (and there are a lot of strings on this record) are beautiful – the arrangements really show off Jonny Greenwood’s classical leanings – and Thom’s voice is amazing, despite years of touring and knocking on 40’s door at this point. Every time I hear the songs, I pick up something new. I highly recommend you give it a listen on headphones at some point – it’s a real trip.


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The tabs for the rest of the album can be found on my Patreon page as well as an in-depth tutorial on how to play Nude and Weird Fishes.

Or you can grab them on their own here.

learn someting else

Nirvana (Smells Like Teen Spirit, Lithium, Polly)
Soundgarden (Black Hole Sun)
Guns N Roses (Sweet Child O Mine, Nightrain, Paradise City)
Smashing Pumpkins (Cherub Rock, Today, Geek U.S.A)
Radiohead ( Paranoid Android, Exit Music For Film, Karma Police)
Led Zeppelin ( Stairway To Heaven, Rock n Roll, Black Dog)
Fleetwood Mac ( The Chain, Dreams, Go Your Own Way)

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