Title: The King Of Limbs
Label: Ticker Tape Ltd., XL Recordings, TBD Records, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited
Released: 29 Mar 2011
Style: Abstract, Downtempo, Experimental
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2099 mb | MP3 size: 1310 mb | WMA size: 2605 mb
|1||Little By Little|
|2||Morning Mr Magpie|
Flugelhorn – Noel Langley, Yazz Ahmed
|5||Give Up The Ghost|
Conductor – Robert ZieglerFlugelhorn – Noel Langley, Yazz AhmedLeader – Levine AndradeStrings – The London Telefilmonic Orchestra
|TICK001S||Radiohead||The King Of Limbs (2x10", Album, Cle + CD, Album + Ltd)||Ticker Tape Ltd.||TICK001S||UK||2011|
|TICK001CDJ, HSE-60064S||Radiohead||The King Of Limbs (CD, Album, Promo)||Ticker Tape Ltd., Hostess Entertainment Unlimited||TICK001CDJ, HSE-60064S||Japan||2011|
|none||Radiohead||The King Of Limbs (8xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Not On Label (Radiohead Self-released)||none||UK||2011|
|none||Radiohead||The King Of Limbs (8xFile, FLAC, Album, 24-)||Not On Label (Radiohead Self-released)||none||UK||2011|
|TICK001S||Radiohead||The King Of Limbs (CDr, Album, Promo)||Ticker Tape Ltd.||TICK001S||UK||2011|
- Artwork [Imagery Summoned Up By] – Donald Twain, Zachariah Wildwood
- Engineer [Additional Assistance] – Bryan Cook, Darrell Thorp
- Engineer [Additional] – Drew Brown
- Lacquer Cut By – CB
- Mastered By – Robert C. Ludwig
- Music By [Conjured Up By], Sounds [Conjured Up By] – Radiohead
- Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Nigel Godrich
℗ & © 2011 Ticker Tape Ltd. Published by Ticker Tape Ltd.
Heavyweight 180g vinyl pressing. Made in North America.
Includes a voucher for a free MP3-download of the album and a printed inner sleeve.
- Barcode (Text): 8 27565 05767 2
- Label Code: LC 05667
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): A Never Ending Mesh
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): Intertwined In To Everything
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Matrix): TICK-LP-A S-75797-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Matrix): TICK-LP-B5 S-75798 RE-1 -1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching, All Sides): CB
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ticker Tape Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Ticker Tape Ltd.
- Published By – Ticker Tape Ltd.
- Mastered At – Gateway Mastering & DVD
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-75797
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-75798
It was self-released on 18 February 2011 as a download, followed by a physical release on 28 March through XL Recordings internationally and TBD Records in North America. Singer Thom Yorke described the album as an. I had the privilege along with thousands of others around the world to experience Radiohead perform live in 2012. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Released February 18, 2011. Bloom Lyrics. The eighth studio album from Radiohead has a misleading restraint: lush electronics, thickets of digitally tweaked percussion and cryptic lyrics, sung in a prayerlike daze. At 38 minutes, it sounds unfinished and quietly perverse, even more anti-rock than Kid A at first. Repeated immersion, though, reveals a seductive concision and insistent undertow: the space-alien-The Beach Boys effect of Bloom , the dark, muted-treble blues of the guitars in Little By Little the nimble charge of Separator. This was a record that grew all year in your room, and onstage. Admittedly, Im speculating wildly here, but hasnt that always been an easy thing to do with Radiohead The band is still important and were still destined to care because the music they make is still vital. Some will definitely say we need the image, we need the hype that made Radioheads every move monumental and every song an epic,. At eight tracks in just 37 minutes, its the bands shortest album the brevity is shocking, since its been more than three years since its last, 2007s excellent In Rainbows. Many tracks recall the obtuse beat science they cooked up on 2001s Amnesiac and 2003s Hail to the Thief. But even those records had a few driving, granular rockers. Genre: Experimental Rock. And that's not to say that it doesn't ripple with the dazzling sonics or scenery that have become the band's stock in trade, but just that, unlike so many of their milestones, there's no abiding sense of a band defying all expectations in order to establish new precedents. Opener Bloom is dense, knotted and difficult, clattering rhythms, scattered pulses of bass, no verse-chorus structure, not much of a tune. The lyrics are as elliptical as ever, but the overall message appears to be: try and form a quick opinion about this. Candidates are reminded to write on both sides of the paper