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1992-1995

Radioheadlogo1992

Used on the band's debut album Pablo Honey (1992).

1995-2000

Radioheadlogo1995

Used on the band's second and third studio albums The Bends (1995) and OK Computer (1997).

2000-2007

Radioheadlogo2000

This wordmark is set in the BD Plakatbau font, and was used starting with the band's fourth studio album Kid A (2000) and their sixth studio album Amnesiac (2001), until the release of Hail to the Thief (2003). The band has since adopted multiple wordmarks with the release of their subsequent studio albums.

2000-present

Radioheadlogo

Radiohead's iconic Tokyo-esque "Modified Bear" logo, designed by Stanley Donwood and Thom Yorke, appeared extensively on Kid A's promotional campaign. It has since become synonymous with the band, appearing extensively on merchandise.

2003-2007

Radioheadlogo2003

Used on Hail to the Thief (2003).

2007-2011

Radioheadlogo2007

Used on In Rainbows (2007).

2011-2016

Radioheadlogo2011

Used on The King of Limbs (2011).

2016-present

Radioheadlogo20162

Used on A Moon Shaped Pool (2016).

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