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  • Lyrically I find this song rather interesting

    • by BodgieCrunch

      Vegetable is a track off of Radioheads debut album Pablo Honey which was released in 1993.Vegetable is listed on the album as track number 8. I personally think that this song is an infinite times better than “Creep”. It is such a catchy song and actually rather relaxing.

      The song starts out with very clean guitar and simple drum beat. The guitar riff immediately gets stuck in your head. Thom Yorkes vocals work very well with this intro and the rest of the song for that matter. Once you get led up to the pre chorus, the distortion kicks up a notch and plays some even more catchier

      riffs. This pattern of clean tone to distortion will rinse and repeat up until around the 1:39 mark of the song. From here the pre chorus finally leads into the real chorus and keeps the distortion along with it. I honestly think that the pre chorus sounds better than the chorus but it doesn’t take away from the song. Around the 2:20 mark you are treated to a little guitar work, which is all right, it definitely keeps the song rollin but it kind of feels out of place. Eventually the guitar will build back up to the chorus one last time. Finally the song ends with ...

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        Lyrically I find this song rather interesting. What I picture while listening to this song is maybe spouse abuse. Then again it could really be about anything, which is great when you’re interpreting a song yourself. From my interpretation, the first verse seems to be about someone whom was in a relationship that didn’t go the way they expected. The second verse seems to revolve around actual abuse, stating; I never wanted broken bones, scarred face, words that asphyxiate etc. The chorus seems to be about the one whom is being abused had finally had enough and is willing to do whatever

        it is to defend themselves or to get out of that situation.

        Overall I really love this song. It does seem to portray a darker image, but ironically it is rather catchy. Whether this was done on purpose, I honestly can’t say. If I really had to point something out in this song that I didn’t like, it would probably be the bass. It seems to be absent throughout the whole song. Also this is a pretty short song, it clocks in at only 3 minutes and 13 seconds. All in all, this is an excellent song, I find it to be a great song to listen to while driving.

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