Fake Plastic Trees (track) by Radiohead
Fake Plastic Trees appears on the following album(s) by Radiohead:
- The Bends (track #4) (this album) (1995)
- The Best Of (track #10) (compilation) (2008)
- Paste.com Presents: Live At Tramps, June 1, 1995 (track #9) (2013)
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Doesn't hold out against Time. It's worn out and out of date, like the album, The Bends. But Radiohead was about to explode into greatness, many times after this.
What a genuine beautiful, yet crushing song. I mean, it's Radiohead, what do I even say, it's well layered, well produced and played, it makes my eyes leak with water, it's gud. The way it starts is just so simple but powerful with Thom York's vocals alone, and then the drums come in, and then finally, the heavy climax of the song. It's well worth every second of build up, and then it just, goes back to being calm. Even at the time of Radiohead's career, other than "Creep", they weren't really making songs this heavy on emotion. While I really like "Creep", this song, and this album in general, feels like the step in the right direction. And then they changed sounds often, but hey, most bands do that, and Radiohead nailed most of their material, so good job, this comment's long enough, I'm done
Such a pretty song by a band that hadn't really been making "pretty" tracks at this time. Their experimental stuff is all over the place but this highlights an early masterpiece
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One of their best. Definitely one of their more accessible songs, but that's not at all a bad thing.
Hits you like a bowling ball and has the power to tear atoms apart.
The best song of 90's,for me.The best video of 90's,too.
This track is about Canary Wharf,anyway.
Also this album is top quality through out, with different types of songs. So it's really hard to say which is this best. They are best at different things. Easily one of the best songs of the 90's and ever for me.
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