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Planet Telex - Radiohead - The Bends (Minidisc, Album)

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  1. Planet Telex is the first track off of Radiohead's second album, The Bends. Planet Telex was the only song off the album that was written during the recording sessions. The song was a shift towards the more electronic sound of albums like Kid A and Amnesiac. The song was recorded while the band.
  2. The Bends, an Album by Radiohead. Released in on Parlophone (catalog no. 8 2 5; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock.
  3. Bass tablature for Planet Telex by Radiohead. Rated out of 5 by 1 user. Artist — Radiohead Song — Planet Telex Album — The Bends Tabbed by — Alec MacDonald Awesome song () Intro G Other versions of Planet Telex. Planet Telex (ver 2) bass tabs; Comments.
  4. Label: Parlophone - 8 2 8,Parlophone - • Format: Minidisc Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock Radiohead - The Bends (, Minidisc) | Discogs Explore/5(13).
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  6. "Planet Telex" is a song written by Radiohead and is the opening track of their album The Bends. It was released as a double A-side single with "High and Dry", although receiving far less airplay. Originally known as "Planet Xerox", the title was changed to Telex because Xerox .
  7. The band’s critically acclaimed second album welcomed a more prominent use of keyboards, as well as greater balance between delicate and abrasive guitar tracks. The Bends .
  8. The Bends was the album that forced critics and listeners alike to take them seriously — in a sense, it was the beginning of Radiohead as we know them today. However, as inevitable as it may seem.

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