Pablo Honey (studio album) by Radiohead
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Pablo Honey is ranked 9th best out of 22 albums by Radiohead on BestEverAlbums.com.
The best album by Radiohead is OK Computer which is ranked number 1 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 84,852.
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The tracks on this album have an average rating of 77 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).
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This album has a Bayesian average rating of 68.1/100, a mean average of 67.1/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 68.0/100. The standard deviation for this album is 16.4.
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Decente pero no suena a Radiohead. Era un grupo de jóvenes iniciando su carrera en la industria musical y "Pablo Honey" no logró diferenciarse lo suficiente como para destacar entre todo el Grunge y Britpop de la época. "Creep" y "Blow Out" son lo más destacado del álbum, el resto es muy promedio.
Decent but doesn't sound like Radiohead. It was a group of young people starting their career in the music industry and "Pablo Honey" failed to differentiate itself enough to stand out among all the Grunge and Britpop of the time. "Creep" and "Blow Out" are the highlight of the album, the rest is average.
Not bad but not radiohead
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The only Radiohead album I still listen to. Much maligned by those that like the self-indulgence of Kid A onwards but there's many of us that like The Bends & OK Computer who appreciate how good this is
Originally, this was my least favourite Radiohead album, but it has really grown on me. It's a bit of a different sound to all their others, but definitely it is closest to The Bends. Stop Whispering is the best track on the album, and is my favourite Radiohead song. Blow Out is also excellent, along with of course Creep (although it has been overplayed so I'm a bit numb to it now). Other than those it is a very solid album.
Often considered borderline juvenilia, Pablo Honey is overall a fairly messy effort with a couple highlights, i.e. Creep, Stop Whispering, Prove Yourself.
1. The part where a low score * high vote count = still high ranking is kinda hilarious.
2. In the Radiohead scheme of things, this album gets a colossal amount of flack.
On its own, it would be nitpicking to still say Pablo Honey is mediocre. It doesn't do anything wrong. If I wanted a solid and rocky Radiohead album, I could pick between this, The Bends, and (if I want superb refinement) In Rainbows.
a mediocre debut from an extraordinary group.
If it were released by another band, it would be ok, but the comparison with what came next pretty much kills it.
For those saying give this album more tries, be assured that doesn't work for everyone. I tried it several more times and I just find it noisy and irritating. It's the only Radiohead album I don't love.
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