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Radiohead recorded Pablo Honey at Chipping Norton Studios in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.[3] They first attempted to record two songs that EMI was considering for Radiohead's debut single, "Inside My Head" and "Lurgee".[6] They made little progress; Kolderie described Radiohead as "desperately inexperienced", and neither they nor the producers liked the choice of songs. Kolderie said "Inside My Head" was "not very melodic" and lacked the power of Radiohead's other songs.[6] Hufford described the results as "overblown bombastic rock".[6]

Although Pablo Honey did not receive the acclaim of Radiohead's later albums,[57] it has received praise in retrospective coverage. According to Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic, the songwriting does not always match Radiohead's sound, but when it does, it achieves "a rare power that is both visceral and intelligent".[17] Kenny EG Perry of NME described the album as "the sound of one of the best bands of this or any other generation playing the music that taught them all their good early lessons".[58] Clash said that it "points towards everything that [Radiohead] would go on to be".[59]

After the success of "Creep", Radiohead grew to resent it.[60] In 1993, Yorke said: "It's like it's not our song any more ... It feels like we're doing a cover."[60] The success almost led to Radiohead's breakup.[60] Their frustration with "Creep" and Pablo Honey influenced their second album, The Bends (1995).[6] The album title, a term for decompression sickness, references Radiohead's rapid rise to fame; Yorke said "we just came up too fast".[61] Though Radiohead achieved greater commercial and critical success with later albums, "Creep" remains their most successful single.[62]

Although the song's title refers to ice cream, Uchis laces "Melting" with a sweet, mellow warmth. It paints the honeymoon stages of a relationship in pink shades; you can picture blushing cheeks, fawning eyes, and shared smiles between lovers.

While album opener "in My Garden" whispers and whirs, bristling with hopeful suspense, "I Wish you Roses" meets the anticipation with perfect extravagance. Romance flourishes amid sleek instrumentals, crafting a luxurious and beautifully overgrown fantasy.

Brown's 1965 classic, "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag," became one of the first funk hits, and has been endlessly sampled and covered over the years, along with his other groovy tracks. Of course, many other funk acts followed in the '60s, and the genre thrived in the '70s and '80s as the disco craze came and went, and the originators of hip-hop and house music created new music from funk and disco's strong, flexible bones built for dancing.

Aptly self-described as "discodelic soul," Brooklyn-based seven-piece Say She She make dreamy, operatic funk, led by singer-songwriters Nya Gazelle Brown, Piya Malik and Sabrina Mileo Cunningham. Their '70s girl group-inspired vocal harmonies echo, sooth and enchant as they cover poignant topics with feminist flair.

You were ahead of the pop-punk thing that happened in the late '90s, and a lot of it became tongue-in-cheek by then. It didn't have the same sense of rebelliousness as the original movement. It was more pop.

We're still talking about things, still [planning] things:What are we going to do next How are we going to find new people to work with We want to find new producers. Let's be a little bit more timely about putting stuff out.That part of our relationship is the same, you know what I mean That never got affected. We just happened to be overloading in the '80s.

There's a lot of fan reaction videos online, and I noticed a lot of younger women like "Rebel Yell" because, unlike a lot of other '80s alpha male rock tunes, you're talking about satisfying your lover.

The original UK punk movement challenged societal norms. Despite all the craziness going on throughout the world, it seems like a lot of modern rock bands are afraid to do what you guys were doing. Do you think we'll see a shift in that 59ce067264


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