The King of Limbs is the eighth studio album by the English rock band Radiohead
The King of Limbs is the eighth studio album by the English rock band Radiohead. It was self-released on 18 February 2011 as a download, followed by CD and 12" vinyl versions on 28 March through XL Recordings in the UK, TBD Records in the US, and Hostess Entertainment in Japan. Following the protracted recording and more conventional instrumentation of In Rainbows (2007), Radiohead and their longtime producer Nigel Godrich developed The King of Limbs by sampling and looping.
Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Philip Selway, Ed O’Brien.
Released February 18, 2011. 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. The King of Limbs Tracklist. 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.
King Of Limbs is a subtle, muti-layered affair - surprisingly low-key in places, and it certainly won't win back any fans who checked out in the late '90s.
But The King of Limbs is structured not unlike David Bowie's Low: the more obviously song-based material in one half, sonic experiments in the other – but with the tough stuff first. Opener Bloom is dense, knotted and difficult, clattering rhythms, scattered pulses of bass, no verse-chorus structure, not much of a tune. You could argue that there's more fun to be had in imagining deadline-pressured hacks trying to work out what to say about The King of Limbs' first five tracks than there is in actually listening to them.
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When Radiohead announced that their new album, The King of Limbs, would be released in a "newspaper" version, it left people with lots of questions. The interview and scans from the King of Limbs art are below
When Radiohead announced that their new album, The King of Limbs, would be released in a "newspaper" version, it left people with lots of questions. Like: What the hell is a "newspaper album," anyway? Photos of the deluxe set started rolling in last week, and Jon Severs of PrintWeek sat down with the band's longtime artist Stanley Donwood to talk about the ideas behind the unusual packaging
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