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Moon Shaped Pool
Radiohead




 
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More About Moon Shaped Pool

 
 
 

Overview

Track Listing

DISC 1:
1 Burn the Witch
2 Daydreaming
3 Decks Dark
4 Desert Island Disk
5 Ful Stop
6 Glass Eyes
DISC 2:
1 Identikit
2 Numbers, The
3 Present Tense
4 Tinker Tailor Soldier Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief
5 True Love Waits

 

Details

  • Genre: Rock & Pop
  • Release Date: June 2016
  • Label: XL
  • Format: Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 2
 

Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone - "If Radiohead have made the dehumanizing effects of technology their great theme, A MOON SHAPED POOL is the first record in which, musically, they kick their way out of the machine, or at least make their cyborg soul more vestigial."

Spin - "'Present Tense' is where Pool locates its hips, light-touch psychedelic flamenco brushing up against country gothic while Yorke catalogs fears through one channel and flickering, massed voices moan replies from the other."

Entertainment Weekly - "By nature, Radiohead albums will always be somewhat epic, but this one is more consistently grandiose than any of the band's releases since 2000's masterpiece KID A." -- Grade: A

Magnet - "In its myriad enticing avenues for close-read interpretation and, especially, in its decisive, revelatory reworkings of long-unfinished material, there's ample catnip for the diehards and the nostalgiacs."

NME (Magazine) - "Thom Yorke and co remain reluctant saviours of rock, and A MOON SHAPED POOL doesn't so much grab you by the throat as creep into your house in the night and paint your walls an enigmatic shade of blue."

Paste (magazine) - "Thom Yorke's oceanic piano loops, half-mumbled falsettos and reversed vocal wails recall the insular KID A-AMNESIAC era, while Greenwood's dense string orchestrations echo the warmest stretches of LIMBS..."

Pitchfork (Website) - "Throughout the album, Yorke's everyday enlightenment is backed by music of expanse and abandon. The guitars sound like pianos, the pianos sound like guitars, and the mixes breathe with pastoral calm."

Clash (Magazine) - "[A] haunting, mesmerising and often breathtaking collection of songs, showcasing the band at their most personal. It's both remarkably familiar yet, at the same time singular and unique in it's execution."

 

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