|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|radiohead no surprises||1.01||0.3||2098||48|
|radiohead creep lyrics||0.9||0.7||2716||52|
|radiohead karma police||0.29||0.6||4359||8|
|radiohead ok computer||0.88||0.8||9990||91|
|radiohead album covers||0.54||0.1||3381||58|
|radiohead paranoid android||1.33||0.8||8955||86|
|radiohead reissue kid a amnesiac||1.56||1||1039||30|
|radiohead albums list||0.89||0.6||4083||30|
|radiohead the bends album cover||1.15||0.9||4726||44|
Radiohead denied being part of the progressive rock genre, but critics began to compare their work to Pink Floyd, whose early 1970s work influenced Jonny Greenwood's guitar parts at the time. Some compared OK Computer thematically to Floyd's bestseller The Dark Side of the Moon (1973),  although Yorke said the album's lyrics were inspired by observing the "speed" of the world in the 1990s.What was Radioheads first big song?
"Creep" was Radiohead's first hit. This sample features Jonny Greenwood's guitar distortion before the chorus. According to legend, the effects were an attempt to sabotage a song Greenwood initially disliked.When did Radiohead start?
Radiohead started in 1985. The members of the band went to school together at Abingdon School, a boys' school in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. The band first called themselves "On a Friday".