30 Years Ago Today – Radiohead Released Debut Album ‘Pablo Honey’

30 years ago today (2/22/93), Radiohead released their debut studio album Pablo Honey. The leadoff single, “Creep” had already been released in 1992, but was subsequently re-released in 1993 and set the band up for steady MTV “Buzz Bin” airplay.  While far from perfect (compared to their iconic later output), Pablo Honey showed what the five-piece had in store for the unsuspecting masses, with dueling crunchy guitar hooks in the lead-off track, “You” to the sweeping of the final track “Blow Out”. In his hard to believe they played this gig moment, watch Radiohead perform Creep Live at MTV’s Beach House in 1993.

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