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  • My Iron Lung
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  • "My Iron Lung" is a song by Radiohead which is about a cumbersome medical device that is used to help sick people breathe in the '50s. The lyrics reflect how restrictive the band felt when they became known simply for their hit "Creep." The song was written the day they had to drop out of the Reading Festival because of Thom Yorke's strained vocal chords. (thanks, Bertrand - Paris, France) The verses were recorded live from a 1994 MTV performance at the Astoria, London. These were then spliced together with the choruses from the earlier RAK studio version for the final recording
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Album
  • The Bends
Genre
  • Alternative
Language
  • English
Title
  • My Iron Lung
Cover
  • The Bends.png
Released
  • 1994
Gender
  • Male
Artist
  • Radiohead
Source
  • DLC
Rating
  • SR
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  • yes
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