1. Thom Yorke defended his gloomy reputation in 1996 thus: "It's just that I'm surrounded by a world of grinning idiots and I don't think I want to be another one.
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2. Thom Yorke is known for his falsetto vocals; in 2008, Rolling Stone ranked him as the greatest singer of all time.
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10. Thom Yorke cited Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante as an influence on his guitar playing for In Rainbows.
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11. Thom Yorke is credited for artwork alongside Donwood under the monikers "The White Chocolate Farm", "Tchock", "Dr Tchock" or similar abbreviations.
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17. Thom Yorke has collaborated with artists including PJ Harvey, Bjork, Flying Lotus, and Modeselektor, and has composed for film and theatre; his first feature film soundtrack, Suspiria, was released in October 2018.
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18. Thom Yorke is known for his falsetto vocals; in 2008, Rolling Stone ranked him the 66th greatest singer of all time.
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19. Thom Yorke wrote the song "Creep" after being rejected by a girl he was infatuated with at Exeter University.
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22. Thom Yorke is credited alongside Donwood under the monikers "The White Chocolate Farm", "Dr Tchock", "Tchocky" or similar abbreviations.
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23. Thom Yorke has a phobia of driving stemming from a 1987 car accident, with the result that Radiohead may have more songs about car accidents than almost any other band, including "Airbag", "Stupid Car", and "Killer Cars.
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25. Thom Yorke wrote "Creep" after being rejected by a girl he was in love with at Exeter University.
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26. Thom Yorke recorded the vocals of "Planet Telex" while lying on the floor.
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28. Thom Yorke is a well known English musician, mostly known from his brand "Radiohead".
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33. Thom Yorke wrote 'Creep' after being rejected by a girl he was infatuated with while studying at Exeter University in the late '80s.
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35. Thom Yorke carries on to roll out music from his forthcoming Suspiria soundtrack.
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36. Thom Yorke met his longtime partner Rachel Owen at Exeter University.
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41. Thom Yorke performed the Suspiria track 'Unmade' for the first time earlier this week, as his solo tour kicked off in the US.
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44. Thom Yorke still mixed it up from the outset, playing stage-front electric piano to sing the melancholy "Interference", then donning an electric guitar for "A Brain in a Bottle", before roving free with his microphone to exhort the audience in the aptly named "Impossible Knots.
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47. Thom Yorke wrote on Radiohead's site that "I have no intention of being used by spider spin doctors to make it look like we make progress when it is just words", and told the NME that Blair had "no environmental credentials as far as I'm concerned".
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59. Thom Yorke has worked with producer Nigel Godrich on every Radiohead album since The Bends, as well as most of his solo work.
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60. Thom Yorke provided vocals for the Modeselektor tracks "The White Flash" from Happy Birthday and "Shipwreck" and "This" from Monkeytown (2011), and for the Flying Lotus tracks ".
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63. In 2015, Thom Yorke contributed a soundtrack, Subterranea, to an installation of Radiohead artwork, The Panic Office, in Sydney, Australia.
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65. In 2015, Thom Yorke performed with Godrich and audiovisual artist Tarik Barri at the Latitude Festival in the UK and the Summer Sonic Festival in Japan.
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69. Thom Yorke released his debut solo album The Eraser in 2006 on the independent label XL Recordings, composed of mainly electronic music recorded during Radiohead's 2004 hiatus.
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77. Thom Yorke has shared an exclusive hour-long mix on BBC Radio 6.
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