|Single by Radiohead|
|from the album Pablo Honey|
|Released||5 October 1993|
|Format||vinyl record (12") and (7"), CD|
|Producer(s)||Sean Slade, Paul Q. Kolderie|
|Radiohead singles chronology|
"Stop Whispering" is a single from English alternative rock band Radiohead, released as the band's fourth single in 1993. It is the fourth track of their first album, Pablo Honey (1993). It reached #23 on the US Modern Rock Tracks chart.
The song was written as a tribute to the Pixies, a band that had an important influence over Radiohead at the time. "Stop Whispering" is also one of Radiohead's oldest songs; it was created when the band was still known as On A Friday, originally being on Dungeon Demo.
- "Stop Whispering (US version)" - 4:11
- "Creep (Acoustic)" - 4:19
- "Pop Is Dead" - 2:12
- "Inside My Head (Live)" - 2:58
The US version was remixed by Chris Sheldon and featured strings and a slower tempo than the original.
The promotional video, directed by Jeffery Plansker, features Thom Yorke then with platinum blond, shoulder-length hair and wearing a white suit. The video also shows Jonny Greenwood playing a Rickenbacker Guitar, as opposed to the Fender Telecaster which he is known for playing.
- "Stop Whispering" video on YouTube
- Stop Whispering Lyrics on MTV.com
- Full lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
- McGovern, Kyle. "Jimmy Eat World Revive Long-Forgotten Radiohead Song for Record Store Day". Spin Magazine. Retrieved 20 April 2013.