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Radiohead

Planet Telex (4:19)

"Planet Xerox" was this song's original title, but because Xerox was a copyrighted name, Radiohead changed it to "Planet Telex." The only song written in the studio during the Bends sessions, it was recorded one night when the band returned to the studio after drinking a lot of wine. Thom did the vocals lying down, completely drunk. This is the most frequently remixed song in Radiohead's roster.

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You can force it but it will not come
You can taste it but it will not form
You can crush it but it's always here
You can crush it but it's always near

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