- Título:The National Anthem
- Estilo:Alternative Rock
- Fecha de publicación:2000
- Tamaño Versión FLAC1107 mb
- Tamaño Versión MP32508 mb
- Tamaño Versión WMA2691 mb
- Registro de:CDr, Single, Promo
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|CDP000533||Radiohead||The National Anthem (CD, Single, Promo)||EMI Electrola||CDP000533||Europe||2000|
- Artwork [Landscapes, Knives And Glue] – Tchock, Stanley
- Directed By – Nigel Godrich, Radiohead
- Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Gerard Navarro, Graeme Stewart
- Engineer, Mixed By – Nigel Godrich
- Technician [Assistant To The Directors] – Gerard Navarro
- Written-By – Radiohead
℗ 2000 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd.
© 2000 EMI Records Ltd.
For promotional use only. Not for resale.
Made in EU.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
The National Anthem is a song by the English rock band Radiohead from their fourth studio album, Kid A 2000. The song is moored to a repetitive bassline, and develops in a direction influenced by jazz. Radiohead singer Thom Yorke wrote the National Anthem bassline when he was 16, and played bass on the studio recording. In 1997, Radiohead recorded drums and bass for the song, intending to develop it as a B-side for their third album, OK Computer however, they decided to save it for their next. Radiohead - the National Anthem live at the BBC studios. Встречается в альбомах. Kid A. Другие версии. The National AnthemLive In France. I Claim No Rights. The National Anthem by Radiohead, Album: KID National Anthem is the third track from the rock band Radiohead's 2000 album Kid A. The song is moored to a repetitive bassline, has a processed electronic production, and develops in a direction influenced by jazz. It has been played frequently at Radiohead concerts since 2000. The National Anthem is thought to have been previously attempted at recording sessions in 1994 and 1997, but according to Radiohead member Colin Greenwood, the band decided it was. The National Anthem is a song by the band Radiohead, the third track from the album Kid A 2000. In the album recording, the bass is played by lead singer Thom Yorke, who wrote the riff at age 16. The song is thought to have been previously attempted at recording sessions in 1994 and 1997, but according to Colin Greenwood, the band decided it was too good to use it as a b-side for OK Computer singles. The free jazz-style brass s read more. The National Anthem. Song by Radiohead. from the album Kid A. The National Anthem was the opening song for most Radiohead concerts in 20002001, and is the first track on the band's 2001 album I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings. It has been one of the most played songs from Kid A at concerts since 2000, but has seen a decrease in performances in recent years. About The National Anthem. In the 3rd song off of Radioheads experimental album Kid A lead singer Thom Yorke sings short, ambiguous lyrics, using voice distortion and a feedback echo that creates a sense of isolation and fear. The looping heavy bass line that leads the song was composed by Thom Yorke when he was 16 years old. You may like Live version of How Disappear Completely at Jools Holland in 2001 and listen free to Radiohead - The National Anthem. Download MP3 or another format to your phone or computer. Everyone Everyone around. yeah Everyone just stop. yeah What's going on What's going on Everyone Everyone just stop. yeah Everyone stop the fear What's going on What's going on What's going on x3. The National Anthem By Radiohead From their Kid A album Tuning: Standard EADG. There is one riff repeated throughout the entire song. I have listed a few different ways how to play the riff. Start at 0:02 and end at 5:11 into the song. G- This is the easiest way to do it, D-4-000-4-0000-3-000-2-0000- but it can get