Original litho-printed Radiohead poster for the Amnesiac album
Original Radiohead Amnesiac Poster from a private collection. Unused and from storage. Very good condition.
All of these items came from the private collection that belonged to the late great Carol Baxter. Carol was an executive from EMI/Parlophone who amongst
other bands, was responsible for the launch of Radiohead. Carol collected anything and everything music related during her fantastic career.
Please note that these posters are all originals, no copies, fakes or reproductions and every item belonged personally to Carol Baxter. Given the age of
these items there may be small creases, edge wear or minor marks.
The rarity and history of these items cannot be overstated!
In between arena tours and Number One albums, Radiohead want to get away from it all. Not a week in Goa or a summer in Provence but a more complete
escape: oblivion. The songs on Amnesiac contemplate suicide, divorce, paranoia and mysterious disappearances, and the music follows them into the
Amnesiac is the work of a band determined to pursue its most wayward and musicianly impulses wherever they might lead. As such, it’s clear proof that
the progressive-rock impulse survived the twentieth century. On Amnesiac, which was made during the same recording sessions that yielded Kid A
last year, Radiohead have set out to erase all that their listeners once expected.
Acting like a bunch of artists — not, as in most current rock, a business consortium touting a consistent product — Radiohead continue
to slough off the style that made them standard-bearers for anthemic Brit pop in the 1990s.
51cm x 81cm
Good 'Original' Condition