Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool - 2016 Modern Rock 180 Grm 2LP
Label: XL Recordings
Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, 180 Gram
Country: USA, Canada & Europe
Released: 17 Jun 2016
Genre: Electronic, Rock
Style:Art Rock, Indie Rock
A1 Burn The Witch 3:40
A2 Daydreaming 6:24
B3 Decks Dark 4:41
B4 Desert Island Disk 3:44
B5 Ful Stop
Drums [Additional] Clive Deamer
C6 Glass Eyes 2:52
C7 Identikit 4:26
C8 The Numbers 5:45
D9 Present Tense 5:06
D10 Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief 5:03
D11 True Love Waits 4:43
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Licensed To XL Recordings Ltd.
Published By Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.
Recorded At La Fabrique
Mastered At Gateway Mastering
Lacquer Cut At Alchemy Mastering
Artwork, Design Doktor Tchock, Stanley Donwood
Conductor Hugh Brunt
Crew [Studio] Graeme Stewart, Michelle Shearer, Plank (3), Tim*
Engineer Nigel Godrich, Sam Petts-Davies
Engineer [Assistant] Maxime Le Guil
Lacquer Cut By Bazza (2)
Mastered By Robert C. Ludwig*
Orchestra [Strings & Female Chorus] London Contemporary Orchestra
Producer, Mixed By Nigel Godrich
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In memory of Vic Godrich 1936-2015
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" The added dimension comes from Yorke, who pumps fresh oxygen into these songs, many of which have existed in sketch-like forms for years. On the lonely folk hymn Desert Island Disk, he sings of an epiphanic experience: The wind rushing round my open heart/An open ravine/In my spirit white. As a vision of transformation, it feels like the inverse to Amnesiacs Pyramid Song, where his only companions were the dead; here, he is totally alive.
And then theres True Love Waits. Its an old song, one that has been around in various forms for over two decades, but unlike Burn the Witch or the other teased sketches and scraps that Radiohead diehards pick apart on forums, its long been a part of their canon. It appeared on the 2001 live album I Might Be Wrong and, dragged into 2016, feels like a relic from a different geological era. Ill drown my beliefs, Yorke sings, just dont leave. It is the message they leave us with, this very open-hearted song that has always felt like an open wound in their discography, a geyser of feeling erupting out of scorched earth. Its very inclusion is a striking moment of transparency.
The version here is just Yorke and a piano, so reverberant and echo-drenched that it feels like weve stuck our heads inside it. Yorke croons tenderly, never opening up into his chest voice. Its sung to one person this time, not crowds. I" ( Pitchfork)
The Closest Album That Is Close To This Is "In Rainbows"
Favourite Tracks Are..... "Decks Dark" " The Numbers" "Tinker tailor.........." "Identikit"
Radiohead - Daydreaming
It's an amazing song. First half is normal, then they throw in some vocals in reverse. Then, they are replaced by a horn section replicating those random reveresed lyrics, followed by Thom Yorke's slowed down, rewound vocals to the end.
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