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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1. "There There"

For their 2003 LP Hail to the Thief, Radiohead decided it was time to break out the guitars again and create a slightly more traditional rock album. The first taste anyone got of it was "There There," which came out as a single a few weeks before the album. Subtitled "The Money King of Nowhere," the track was nominated for a Best Rock Performance Grammy, but lost out to Warren Zevon and Bruce Springsteen's "Disorder in the Street." "Seven Nation Army" also lost in the same category, so they were in good company. "There There" did got a lot of radio play all over the globe, and it opened many shows on the Hail To The Thief tour. 

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