Thom Yorke of Radiohead uses a complicated, patented procedure to write songs. A pen on a string is attached to some wet paint. As it dries and hardens, the sound from the paint is recorded, distorted and then played back at a deafening level. Whilst all this is happening, Thom uses his patented method to produce new songs.

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