Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Radiohead SongsYou chose 'Fake Plastic Trees,' 'Karma Police,' 'Reckoner' and more
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10. 'How To Disappear Completely'
Absolutely everybody loves it now, but when Kid A came out back in 2000, some people weren't blown away. People expected another guitar album like their 1990s records, but Radiohead was clearly on a different path. (Nowadays, Kid A sounds like Aqualung next to some of Radiohead's more recent efforts.) The saddest song on the record is "How To Disappear Completely," which was inspired by a comment from Thom Yorke's friend Michael Stipe. The R.E.M. frontman told him that the best way to deal with the pressures of touring is to say to yourself, "I'm not here, this isn't happening..."