Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at videotape.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • As it is in "Videotape," the song arrives with a ghost echo.

    Radiohead's Peace Anthem

  • Consider "Videotape" on "In Rainbows," a devastating song about suicide told from the victim's perspective:

    Radiohead's Peace Anthem

  • A droning piano and a haunting chorus of male voices provide the platform for "Videotape," the album's finale.

    More Than a Marketing Gimmick

  • "Videotape, " Lucas said, as if the word was foreign to him.

    A Darkness More Than Night

  • "Give Up the Ghost," on guitar and loop pedal before moving to the piano again for a deliberate, drawn out, and beautifully scaled back version of "Videotape," off Radiohead's

    The Santa Barbara Independent stories

  • 'Videotape', the album's 'Neon Bible'-echoing closer, is the latest in a long line of notable climactic offerings on Radiohead albums.

    Drowned In Sound // Feed

  • The monotony of 'Videotape' ends the album perfectly, urging you back to the album's militaristically tight opening to start the whole process again.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Later, on the car ride home, I thought of the words to "Videotape" from Radiohead's

    NPR Topics: News

  • News: Radiohead Extend "Videotape," Release Limited Edition Copy of One

    ! - News

  • "Videotape" may very well be about making a visual recording to be played after the narrator's death by his own hand: "This is my way of saying goodbye/Because I can't do it face-to-face ...

    More Than a Marketing Gimmick


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.