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Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood approves of SpongeBob album video

Credit: Alex LakeOver the past few days, a video called "Each Radiohead album described with SpongeBob" has been making the rounds, and it's even reached the eyes of the band's guitarist, Jonny Greenwood.

The very funny video, first posted on Reddit, uses clips from the show SpongeBob SquarePants to describe each Radiohead album. For example, the scene for OK Computer shows a character stuck in traffic and bored at work, while the political album Hail to the Thief is represented by SpongeBob protesting unfair working conditions outside the Krusty Krab. 

"Each Radiohead album described with Spongebob is perfect in so many ways," Greenwood tweets. Thom Yorke seems to agree, as he retweeted his band mate's comment.

While two Radiohead members have commented on a SpongeBob meme, the band still hasn't addressed their recent nomination for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. That tracks with their previously stated feelings about the Rock Hall -- Greenwood told Rolling Stone that he "[doesn't] care" about being inducted.

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