Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Post-1990s Radiohead Songs

See what song managed to top "Idioteque," "All I Need" and "Pyramid Song"

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2. "How to Disappear Completely"

There's a lot of sad songs in the Radiohead catalog, but none of them can quite compare with "How to Disappear Completely" from Kid A. Nobody in the group has ever talked much about the inspiration, but it clearly came from a very dark place –possibly in Ireland judging by the reference to the River Liffey – which flows through Dublin. It's one of those songs that you can hear 10,000 times, and it still brings everything in your life to a dead stop when it comes on. The group still plays it regularly in concert.

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