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Radiohead: Climbing Up the Walls, Hardback Book

Radiohead: Climbing Up the Walls Hardback

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FOREWORD BY RADIOHEAD'S ED O'BRIENExplore the story of Radiohead - perhaps the finest band of a generation - through the lens of legendary Melody Maker chief photographer Tom Sheehan. Through more than 200 photographs and Sheehan's first-hand memories and stories, journey into the eye of a musical storm.

From their earliest days as indie upstarts, through the wild, all-conquering years of OK Computer and into the experimental soundscapes beyond, Tom Sheehan captured Radiohead's world in breathtaking detail. Covering recording sessions, live performances, studio portraits and moments snatched on tour around the world, these photographs - many of which have never been published before - paint an intimate picture of a band pushing the boundaries of music. Accompanied by a biography of Radiohead from Craig McLean (Associate Editor, The Face) drawing on his personal interviews with the band, this book - beautifully presented in a cloth bound hardback - is a unique visual record of a breathtaking musical journey.

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