The most interesting thing about what Nigel Godrich said about Thom Yorke’s style of leadership in that interview was that he thought it was probably sort of unconscious. Like, in the interview, Thom Yorke said something about liking to take a backseat in the process more and more often - and Nigel Godrich commented that he believed him that he was serious about that, yet even while not consciously trying to control things, Thom Yorke would essentially always get his way, and everybody would be working to please him.

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