Radiohead - There There (Song)
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  • Opening up with a drum rhythm that sounds somewhat tribal, Radiohead does a good job of establishing an incredibly interesting instrumental section which primarily relies on the rhythms produced by this tribal sounding drum beat as wel l as a rhythm guitar
  • Yorke comes in with the vocal delivery of the song after about a minute into the track and has one of the more catchy vocal verse melodies on this track compared to some of the other tracks on this album in my opinion
  • Overall, I love this track and think that the very melodic sound offered throughout the first half of the track serves as a perfect contrast to the far more upfront and hypnotizing second half
  • Personally, I enjoy the second half of this song a lot more, but each half is great


    • by grimmy101
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      There There (The Boney King Of Nowhere. ) is a song by Radiohead which appears on their album Hail To The Thief.

      Opening up with a drum rhythm that sounds somewhat tribal, Radiohead does a good job of establishing an incredibly interesting instrumental section which primarily relies on the rhythms produced by this tribal sounding drum beat as wel l as a rhythm guitar.

      Yorke comes in with the vocal delivery of the song after about a minute into the track and


      has one of the more catchy vocal verse melodies on this track compared to some of the other tracks on this album in my opinion.

      Moving into the chorus, both the instrumentation and the vocal performance picks up slightly to take on a sound which sounds a bit more upfront.

      The band repeats this pattern of a verse followed by a chorus a second time, but the second verse thankfully features some subtle background vocals which help to make it clearly ...


      • distinct from the first verse.

        Following the second chorus, Radiohead launches into an instrumental passage which features some incredibly simple parts which somehow come together in a successful chemistry to create an interesting sound.

        Yorke soon comes back in with a new set of vocals which gives the track very hypnotizing sound throughout this section; I should add that I personally find this section to be the most interesting part of the track, both thus far and overall.

        Following this, a

        lead guitar part comes in and the band goes into another vocal section before the song returns to the sound it had throughout the first half and closes the track.

        Overall, I love this track and think that the very melodic sound offered throughout the first half of the track serves as a perfect contrast to the far more upfront and hypnotizing second half.

        Personally, I enjoy the second half of this song a lot more, but each half is great.




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