Radiohead
King of Limbs =180g=

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 2011 ) 2016 EU reissued on 180g LP - Produced by longtime collaborator Nigel Godrich, frontman Thom Yorke described the album as an expression of "wildness" and "mutation" and it finds his emotive falsetto soaring over syncopated beats looped together

Label:  XL recording 
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Release date: 24-11-2016(originally released in 2011)

2016  EU issued on 180g LP-The artistic provocateurs followed up their 7x Grammy nominated 2007 release In Rainbows with the groove-oriented The King of Limbs four years later. Produced by longtime collaborator Nigel Godrich, frontman Thom Yorke described the album as an expression of "wildness" and "mutation" and it finds his emotive falsetto soaring over syncopated beats looped together with real instruments. Anchored by standout cut "Lotus Flower," the album yielded five more Grammy nominations and was listed as one of the best albums of 2011 by publications far and wide.

Tracks:
A1 Bloom *(Flugelhorn – Noel Langley, Yazz Ahmed)
A2 Morning Mr Magpie 
A3 Little By Little 
A4 Feral

B1 Lotus Flower 
B2 Codex
Flugelhorn – Noel Langley, Yazz Ahmed
Leader – Levine Andrade
Strings – The London Telefilmonic Orchestra
B3 Give Up The Ghost 
B4 Separator

Known for their explorative and restless sound, taking influence from old style rock like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Neil Young and Pink Floyd as well as from electronica and hip hop, each of Radiohead's albums marks a cornerstone in their musical evolution.

The artistic provocateurs followed up their 7x Grammy nominated 2007 release In Rainbows with the groove-oriented The King of Limbs four years later. Produced by longtime collaborator Nigel Godrich, frontman Thom Yorke described the album as an expression of "wildness" and "mutation" and it finds his emotive falsetto soaring over syncopated beats looped together with real instruments. Anchored by standout cut "Lotus Flower," the album yielded five more Grammy nominations and was listed as one of the best albums of 2011 by publications far and wide.

"It is an album of spaciousness and claustrophobia, possibility and inhibition... Radiohead treats the tracks like cavernous canvasses, careful not to fill in too much: percussion skitters and darts, voices reverberate in vast empty spaces, keyboards hover, bass and guitars play abstract patterns against one another, Yorke's voice stretches delicate melodies."
-Greg Kot, Chicago Tribune, February 19, 2011

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: XL recording
Originally released: 2011
This release: 2016
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