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Radiohead — Stop Whispering
Album: ITCH
Avg rating:
7.3

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Total ratings: 424









Released: 1994
Length: 4:03
Plays (last 30 days): 1
And the wise man say, "I don't want to hear your voice"
And the thin man say, "I don't want to hear your voice"
And they're cursing me, and they won't let me be
And there's nothing to say, and there's nothing to do

Stop whispering, start shouting
Stop whispering, start shouting

And the mother say, "We spit on your son some more"
And the buildings say, "We spit on your face some more"
And the feeling is that there's something wrong
Because I can't find the words and I can't find the songs

Stop whispering, start shouting
Stop whispering, start shouting

Dear Sir, I have a complaint
Can't remember what it is
Dear Sir, I have a complaint
Can't remember what it is

It doesn't matter anyway
It doesn't matter anyway

Stop whispering
Stop whispering
Stop whispering
Stop whispering, start shouting
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Great song.  The remix improves on the original, I think.  I found Pablo Honey early on and loved them from then in.  I just don't understand them any more, though ...
garbage, to go with all the garbage today... gezz...
Some people don't "get" Radiohead.
A friend thought "The Bends" was just noise.
Quite sad really, because they are truly missing out.
Oh boy oh boy oh boy......Adds To an already lovely day
Well if that isn't the damndest damn thing. A RH song I actually liked without having to rationalize myself into liking it. A ringing, rousing track that induces me to lean closer and dig in dig it. The lyrics are not quite rousing and happy -- it IS Radiohead, after all -- but the music takes me to a place I think no other RH has ever taken me. Damn. 
stop whispering...
START SHOUTING!!!!! 
 fredriley wrote:
'S right, Thom - the thin man don't wanna hear your voice, the fat man don't wanna hear your voice, and the Nottingham jury sure don't wanna hear your voice. Oh, to meet you in person with a wet fish in my hand...
 
*News flash* Fred meets Thom. . . 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9SSOWORzw4  


"Ohhh, Radiohead. Sometimes they give me a headache, but this song is just wonderful..."

i agree completely.
and this version is very interesting, although i have to say that the original is better. done with a haunting intensity that gives me goosebumps each time i hear it.
 kilroyjoe3 wrote:

Back when Tom sang intelligibly not mumbled like lately.
 
before too much money and everyone telling them they're geniuses ruined them (i think i read that in rolling stone after kid a came out).

ps this is a great version, but some of the live versions are better..

'S right, Thom - the thin man don't wanna hear your voice, the fat man don't wanna hear your voice, and the Nottingham jury sure don't wanna hear your voice. Oh, to meet you in person with a wet fish in my hand...
Ohhh, Radiohead. Sometimes they give me a headache, but this song is just wonderful...{#Sunny}
Brilliant.  Bring on the banana heads who say Thom can't sing. 
I'm not whispering.  I'm yawning.


soooo cool...  love it...




This song is awesome...  love it...


Nice!
 rdo wrote:

This can stand with any of their best.  I liked this album (Pablo Honey) when it came out, especially this one.  I would take this over Kid A any day of the week.

 
Back when Tom sang intelligibly not mumbled like lately.


This song is soooo good for the ears...


Amazing version! Haven't heard this before... {#Guitarist}

This can stand with any of their best.  I liked this album (Pablo Honey) when it came out, especially this one.  I would take this over Kid A any day of the week.



 Wizzuvv_oz wrote:

me too.
I think they did it on that "Seven television commercials" DVD.  Which is well worth watching if you are a fan.

 

Yeah, I hear you...  great tip...  here's a fine YouTube video—

Radiohead - Stop Whispering




This is a special song...  we turned up the volume very loud...


 romeotuma wrote:


I really dig this song...
 
me too.
I think they did it on that "Seven television commercials" DVD (or whatever it was called).  Which is well worth watching if you are a fan.


Great song.




I really dig this song...


In the tone of "Let Down" off of OK Computer... I like it a lot!
Acoustic guitars! Yup, it's old Radiohead. I love the new album, but they should pick up their traditional instruments more often.
Hey!

A Radiohead song I don't absolutely hate!!

qosforever wrote:
I like this song in the Pablo Honey LP version, not this version.
hmm, to my recollection this version doesn't sound that different... maybe just a bit more polished/produced - and that synth keyboard sounding bit at the end seems out of place, but otherwise the same.
Oh, now I AM happy. From Nirvana 'til now... great set!
shayborg wrote:
EDIT: Haha, I feel smart now. Apparently the playlist just didn't update; the song that's playing now is Pink Floyd's "Sheep".
If it makes you feel any better, my player says it's "Sheep", the website is *still* claiming it's this song, but the music coming out is unquestionably Bono *g*. Something isn't quite right...
dctrpunda wrote:
By the way, which one's pink?
Oh shush.
By the way, which one's pink?
shayborg wrote:
I'm a Radiohead fan, and I could have sworn this was a Pink Floyd song. They really matured on The Bends apparently.
Yeah! Sounds like something from "Animals!"
I'm a Radiohead fan, and I could have sworn this was a Pink Floyd song. They really matured on The Bends apparently. EDIT: Haha, I feel smart now. Apparently the playlist just didn't update; the song that's playing now is Pink Floyd's "Sheep".
petercroob wrote:
I know nothing about this song/album and I love this band. Is this an E.P.? Is this Pre Pablo Honey? Help!?!?!? :stupid:
This is actually off of Pablo Honey and this Import E.P.-C.D. Click on the Amazon link on the top of the page, and it'll take you to this E.P.
I know nothing about this song/album and I love this band. Is this an E.P.? Is this Pre Pablo Honey? Help!?!?!? :stupid:
8 :arrow: 9
This sounds nothing like U2. For once it doesn't have the "stadium" guitar sound of the EDGE. Yorke actually sings on this song. Nice!
qosforever wrote:
I think that The Bends is a remarkable 90's album
absolutely
Hah, that is funny how all the non-fans of Radiohead like this song, and as a fan of Radiohead I am not very fond of this song.
This is very nice.
I like this song in the Pablo Honey LP version, not this version. In general, I prefer the first two albums from Radiohead than the rest, despite everybody's opinion. I think that The Bends is a remarkable 90's album
Noooooo! I complain about every Radiohead song, they are just so god awful. This one isn't as bad as the rest though.
not usually a fan, though I like this song
Tux wrote:
Bull shit. You obviously just read the comments I place on stuuf you like and I don't I think my comments are quite in ballance: good and bad. Please search again.
Based on the "Show song comments" results, I wouldn't say in balance. While there are some genuinely positive comments, you seem to lean towards the negative more often than the inverse. You also seem to take a pretty snappy tone with people pretty quickly. Other than that, you obviously like more here than you dislike based on your voting results. Eh, whatever I guess. Not even sure why I went to look. :eh:
wow! this is one of the greatest songs of their first album....great memories listening to it....
milehighYinzer wrote:
I was reading through your comments, do you happen to like music or just hate all of it? What are you doing listening to music if all you can do is hate it. Maybe you are a in-the-closet Hanson and Wham fan. I bet there are internet sites that host music like that on the net you can find.
Bull shit. You obviously just read the comments I place on stuuf you like and I don't I think my comments are quite in ballance: good and bad. Please search again.
Tux wrote:
I'm listening unfiltered at home and cannot find any difference improvement against anything I have already heard from Radiohead. This sucks just as bad. It is just another U2 clone. It should not have been. I gratefully add my 1 rating to this record.
I was reading through your comments, do you happen to like music or just hate all of it? What are you doing listening to music if all you can do is hate it. Maybe you are a in-the-closet Hanson and Wham fan. I bet there are internet sites that host music like that on the net you can find.
Tux wrote:
I'm listening unfiltered at home and cannot find any difference improvement against anything I have already heard from Radiohead. This sucks just as bad. It is just another U2 clone. It should not have been. I gratefully add my 1 rating to this record.
you're just an attention seeker
This is a great version. But it's not the original "Pablo Honey" version. Anyone know the story?
js5280 wrote:
Thinking the same thing. Thought perhaps it was Remy Zero who has a similar sound as well. Who would of thunk Radiohead?
I'm agree, but what a pity for Radiohead.
ThePoose wrote:
This has a U2 feel to it.
Thinking the same thing. Thought perhaps it was Remy Zero who has a similar sound as well. Who would of thunk Radiohead?
I really like this song
:cool:
This has a U2 feel to it.
Not OK, computer
vandal wrote:
wow - I think either your ears are bad or you need to flush out your headgear at our house, we don't even use the names U2 and Radiohead in the same conversation without genuflecting toward Wellingborough. . .
... :lol: ...
Tux wrote:
I'm listening unfiltered at home and cannot find any difference improvement against anything I have already heard from Radiohead. This sucks just as bad. It is just another U2 clone. It should not have been. I gratefully add my 1 rating to this record.
wow - I think either your ears are bad or you need to flush out your headgear at our house, we don't even use the names U2 and Radiohead in the same conversation without genuflecting toward Wellingborough. . .
NeilBlanchard wrote:
Hello, This may be the first Radiohead song that I like -- it is much better than anything else that I heard from them. An '8', whereas most others are 4's. :zip-lip: Neil
FWIW, this is a *great* tune
... :yell: :whisper: ...
:music:
All things Radiohead are good. One of the few bands these days that hold my attention
Hello, This may be the first Radiohead song that I like -- it is much better than anything else that I heard from them. An '8', whereas most others are 4's. :zip-lip: Neil
Tux wrote:
I'm listening unfiltered at home and cannot find any difference improvement against anything I have already heard from Radiohead. This sucks just as bad. It is just another U2 clone. It should not have been. I gratefully add my 1 rating to this record.
You are off base on this..
Woohoo! More Radiohead that I enjoy. :dance:
I love Radiohead. So much it hurts. Ow.
Tux wrote:
I'm listening unfiltered at home and cannot find any difference improvement against anything I have already heard from Radiohead. This sucks just as bad. It is just another U2 clone. It should not have been. I gratefully add my 1 rating to this record.
A U2 clone? When U2 puts out albums like Kid A or Amnesiac give me a call. Until then :rolleyes:
I'm listening unfiltered at home and cannot find any difference improvement against anything I have already heard from Radiohead. This sucks just as bad. It is just another U2 clone. It should not have been. I gratefully add my 1 rating to this record.
jeffhtuner wrote:
Yeah - I'm pretty sure this is a different version.
yeah, sounds different.
nick_valensi wrote:
Isn't this song on Pablo Honey also?
Yeah - I'm pretty sure this is a different version.
Isn't this song on Pablo Honey also?
Further information: Tracks on the CD ITCH: 1.) stop whispering (US version) 2.) thinking about you 3.) faithless, the wonderboy 4.) banana co. 5.) killer cars (live) 6.) vegetable (live) 7.) you (live) 8.) creep (acoustic) all songs composed by radiohead published 1994 EMI records enjoy it.