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When asked about "Creep" in , Yorke said: "I have a real problem being a man in the '90s Any man with any sensitivity or conscience toward the opposite sex would have a problem. To actually assert yourself in a masculine way without looking like you're in a hard-rock band is a very difficult thing to do It comes back to the music we write, which is not effeminate, but it's not brutal in its arrogance.

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It is one of the things I'm always trying: To assert a sexual persona and on the other hand trying desperately to negate it. Towards the end of , DJ Yoav Kutner played "Creep" often on Israeli radio, having been introduced to the song by a EMI representative, and it became a national hit. Radiohead quickly set up tour dates in the country to capitalise on the success. A censored version of the song was released to radio stations, and, by the second half of , the song had become a hit nationwide, charting at number 34 on the Billboard Hot By the time Radiohead went to the United States , they were surprised by the success of the song.

Yorke told Melody Maker in that many journalists misunderstood the song, asking him if it was a joke.

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Radiohead initially did not want to reissue "Creep" in the UK, but relented; bassist Colin Greenwood said that "after doing so well in America, there was this tremendous pressure from radio people, the press, the record company, even our fans, to put it out". They performed "Creep" at every show, and came to resent it.

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O'Brien said in "We seemed to be living out the same four and a half minutes of our lives over and over again. It was incredibly stultifying. I think it gave us a lot of space in terms of how the record company approached us. But I think for us, creatively, I think each track has always been a reaction to the last one After the Reading Festival , Radiohead did not perform "Creep" until , when they performed it several times on tour for their ninth studio album, A Moon Shaped Pool.

After a fan spent the majority of a concert shouting for it, the band decided to play it to "see what the reaction is, just to see how it feels". People like it and want to hear it.

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We do err towards not playing it because you don't want it to feel like show business. In December , VH1 ranked "Creep" the 31st greatest song of the s. A bootleg recording was shared online, but removed at Prince's request; after being informed of the situation in an interview, Yorke said: "Well, tell him to unblock it. It's our song. Because they were honest they weren't sued to the point of saying 'we want the whole thing'. So we ended up just getting a little piece of it. She denied that "Creep" had inspired "Get Free".

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Those who actually engaged us in conversation talked only about dogs. Rebecca is my friend and one of the only people at WiS who made it bearable for us unprivileged people with disabilities. Instead, I felt invisible or, at best, like some sort of robotic dog handler there to amuse the other attendees. Instead, I felt like the rock in the stream around which the water must flow — the stream indifferent to the rock. I'm an accessibility advocate working on issues involving technology and people with print impairment.

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