Parlophone publishes ‘The Bends,’ Radiohead’s second album (1995)

Radiohead’s ‘The Bends’ is their second studio album released on March 13, 1995 by Parlophone.

Track Listing : 1.Planet Telex (Radiohead) – 04:19 . 2.The Bends (Radiohead) – 04:06 . 3.High And Dry (Radiohead) – 04:17 . 4.Fake Plastic Trees (Radiohead) – 04:50 . 5.Bones (Radiohead) – 03:09 . 6.(Nice Dream) (Radiohead) – 03:53 . 7.Just (Radiohead) – 03:54 . 8.My Iron Lung (Radiohead) – 04:36 . 9.Bullet Proof..I Wish I Was (Radiohead) – 03:28 . 10.Black Star (Radiohead) – 04:07 . 11.Sulk (Radiohead) – 03:42 . 12.Street Spirit (Fade Out) (Radiohead) – 04:12

Musicians : Radiohead – Band . Thom Yorke – Vocals, Guitars, Piano . Jonny Greenwood – Guitars, Organ, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Piano, Recorder . Colin Greenwood – Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar . Ed O’Brien – Guitars, Backing Vocals . Phil Selway – Drums, Percussion, Acoustic Guitar . Caroline Lavelle – Cello . John Matthias – Violin, Viola

Production : Produced By John Leckie, Nigel Godrich, Jim Warren . Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood . Nigel Godrich – Engineer . Chris Blair – Mastering . Chris Brown – Engineer . Paul Q. Kolderie – Mixing . John Leckie – Engineer, Mixing . Guy Massey – Engineer (Assistant) . Sean Slade – Mixing . Jim Warren – Engineer

Arrangements : Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood

Package : Thom Yorke – Artwork . Stanley Donwood – Artwork

Recorded 1992 – 1995.

Released On March 13, 1995 By Parlophone.

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Rolling Stone
But the best is the last: “Street Spirit (Fade Out).” Over chiming guitar arpeggios, Yorke sings a hymn to his own claustrophobia and insignificance, making them sound like exalted states of being. […]

Punknews.org
Always looking forward, but not so much in past, Radiohead are modern expressionists, minimalists and entrepreneurs of their own music world. The Bends really was the beginning of the end, but also the re-birth of something new. […]

Sputnikmusic.com
Where does that leave us in the general scheme of things? The Bends can be viewed as three albums. The conventional view of it is that was the moment when Radiohead started stretching their talons, discovering how good they really could be, and that it leads inexorably onto OK Computer and everything that followed from it. […]

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