Creep" is a song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released as their debut single in 1992. It appeared on their first album, Pablo Honey (1993). Creep" was not initially a chart success, but became a worldwide hit after being rereleased in 1993.
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Creep - EP. Radiohead. Released September 21, 1992. Creep - EP Tracklist. About Creep - EP. Creep is Radiohead’s second single in promotion for their debut album, Pablo Honey, the first being Drill. The single is named after the first song, Creep. This song became the main selling point of the record, as it’s one of Radiohead’s most popular songs. Interestingly enough, the single didn’t perform too well until after Pablo Honey was released. This song, as well as Blow Out were put in the tracklist of Pablo Honey. Inside My Head, Million Dollar Question, and Yes I Am, however, never got another official release.
Watch the video for Creep from Radiohead's Pablo Honey for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Creep" is the first single released by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, and is a track on their debut album Pablo Honey (1993). It was written by the band's singer, Thom Yorke, and released in the United Kingdom initially in September 1992. When it was first given limited release, however, Radio 1 found it "too depressing", and removed it from their playlist after airing it only twice.
Creep' is a debut single by Radiohead, released in 1992. The song also appeared on their first album 'Pablo Honey,' released the following year. After the 2009 Reading Festival, Radiohead didn't perform "Creep" until 2016, when they played it several times on tour for the album "A Moon Shaped Pool. The band finally decided to play it to "see what the reaction is, just to see how it feels. Rhythm guitarist Ed O'Brien explained in 2017: "It's nice to play for the right reasons.