Exit Music: The Radiohead Story

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Omnibus, 2004 - Music - 246 pages
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In this updated and revised edition, author Mac Randall follows the band from their beginnings in suburban Oxford through the success of Creep and OK Computer to the traumatic recording sessions that spawned Kid A, Amnesiac, Hail to the Thief and beyond.

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Review: Exit Music: The Radiohead Story

User Review  - Jamie - Goodreads

Descent unauthorized early biography.Not entirely bad, considering it was written only from the perspective of Radiohead circa 2000, but slightly condescending at certain points. Best parts were the behind the scenes of the making of the first three albums. Read full review

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User Review  - Lindsay - Goodreads

The documenting of Radiohead's early career was very well researched and offered great insight into their struggles in recording and dealing with the pressures of fame. As the book moved beyond the OK ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Mac Randall is the East Coast editor of Launch and former senior editor of Musician magazine. His work has also appeared in several other publications, including Rolling Stone, Time Out New York, The Boston Phoenix and Guitar World. He has interviewed the members of Radiohead several times and was one of only two American journalists present at the official May 1997 unveiling of their OK Computer album in Barcelona, Spain.

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