No. Check again and again and again. Actually, listen to Radiohead and then come back. No Surprises is the easily and most accessible Radiohead song ever which makes sense that someone like you would think this is their best song.
Listen to Life in a Glasshouse, Motion Picture Soundtrack, How to Disappear Completely, Exit Music (For a Film), and Everything in its Right Place, and THEN come back and state your opinion, Max Bemis wannabe.
Alright kid, I'm not entirely sure what your clusterfuck of a sentence is attempting to say, but No Surprises is hardly Radiohead's most accessible track, nor is it the most easily enjoyable. To look past any of their early hits like Creep, Fake Plastic Trees, or Karma Police is naive at best.
You tell me to listen to Life In A Glasshouse, Motion Picture Soundtrack, Everything In Its Right Place, and Exit Music (For A Film) (which is on the same record as No Surprises, so one would imagine I'd already heard that song...) as if I haven't listened to them hundreds of times.
I've heard songs Radiohead tracks you probably don't even know exist, and you want to lecture me about "listening to Radiohead?" Hilarious.
Feel free to go fuck yourself, and then come back and state your opinion.