Master 32 years, 160 songs and 400 pages of Radiohead magic in their complete songbook

If you’re a fan, get a kick out of playing covers or if you’re just an overall embarrassment at singing along to Radiohead, this one’s for you.

Radiohead have just announced the creation of new songbook, set to feature lyrics and chords to over 160 Radiohead songs across 400 pages. The 160 tracks are spread out over the band’s whole career, bringing 32 years of magic into the palm of your hands.

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The 160-track songbook, Radiohead: Complete will feature artwork from Stanley Donwood, a longtime collaborator with the alternative-rock quintet.

The book is currently available for pre-order, with deliveries kicking off from November 27th.

In other news, Fox News are still showing they have no spine, continuing their feud with the band. With comedian Kat Timpf continually tearing Radiohead to shreds on the Greg Gutfeld Show, calling their music out for being “elaborate moaning and whining over ringtone sounds” and describing fans as “strange, malnourished and sad“, the latest dig is a comparison to head lice.

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood took to Twitter to voice his response. Changing his Twitter Bio, Greenwood writes “my life in the gush of boasts……….’strange, malnourished and sad’ (fox news – *spits three times*)”.

And if that wasn’t enough, Gutfeld himself commented that “Radiohead is the poor man’s Coldplay,” with Coldplay jumping in on the action, jokingly commenting, “Finally, somebody had the balls to say it!”.

In addition to this, Gutfeld has commented  Radiohead’s music should be banned from playing in public places… well, good luck with that one buddy.

Via NME.