Radiohead’s entire discography is now available on Spotify

Remaining holdouts "Supercollider", "The Butcher", "These Are My Twisted Words", and "Harry Patch" finally make their way onto streaming platform

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Since reclaiming their catalog, Radiohead have been slowly but surely added their entire back catalog onto Spotify.

Back in June, In Rainbows and A Moon Shaped Pool were made available on the streaming platform for the first time. Disc two of In Rainbows finally surfaced in October, followed last week by the 2009 one-off singles “These Are My Twisted Words” and “Harry Patch (In Memory Of)”. Now, as Radiohead’s subreddit has uncovered, The King of Limbs b-sides “Supercollider” and “The Butcher” have made their way onto Spotify.

There are still a few exceptions — such as the Pablo Honey outcast “Pop Is Dead” and EMI/Capitol Records-curated collector’s editions, which were released without the band’s participation. But the vast majority of Radiohead’s discography, basically everything the band’s OK with you hearing, is now available to hear on Spotify. And, yet, “Creep” remains the band’s most streamed song.

Here’s the full list of Radiohead releases available on Spotify:

A Moon Shaped Pool (2016)
“Spectre” (2015)
“The Daily Mail” / “Staircase” (2011)
TKOL RMX 1234567 (2011)
The King of Limbs (2011)
“These Are My Twisted Words” (2009)
“Harry Patch (In Memory Of)” (2009)
In Rainbows (2007)
In Rainbows Disc 2 (2007)
COM LAG (2plus2isfive) (2004)
Hail to Thief (2003)
Amnesiac (2001)
I Might Be Wrong (2001)
“Knives Out” (2001)
“Pyramid Song” (2001)
Kid A (2000)
“No Surprise” (1998)
“Karma Police” (1997)
“Paranoid Android” (1997)
OK Computer (1997)
“Street Spirit (Fade Out)” (1996)
“Just” (1995)
“High & Dry” / “Planet Telex” (1995)
“Fake Plastic Trees” (1995)
The Bends (1995)
“My Iron Lung” (1994)
“Anyone Can Play Guitar” (1993)
Pablo Honey (1993)
“Creep” (1992)

While Radiohead is on Spotify, Thom Yorke’s solo catalog, as well as Atoms For Peace, are nowhere to be found. As Yorke previously called Spotify “the last dying fart of a dying corpse,” perhaps there’s still some reluctance on his part.


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