The King of Limbs - Radiohead
- Genre: Alternative
- Release Date: 2016-05-04
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 8
- ℗ 2016 XL Recordings
The King of Limbs - Radiohead Tracks
The King of Limbs - Radiohead User Reviews
My favorite Radiohead album. Bloom, feral, and separator are my personal favorites.
Such an Underrated Album
When I gave this album a listen; I was actually very pleasantly surprised. If you give it a chance, it will show it’s greatness to you. Take Bloom, for example, a song that on the surface seems like just random beats for no reason; however, listening more it turns out that randomness is meant to resemble the randomness of the ocean. However, with that aside, Bloom is still a beautiful track that has a eerily welcoming vibe. Lotus Flower is a great song to jam to, and is probably the easiest upbeat song to get into from this album. Morning Mr. Magpie is tough to get into but proves to be a good listen. Little by Little is also very strong; however, even though Feral is a decent track, it is probably the weakest on the album, and isn’t meant to be bought on its own.
Even though this album has many upbeat points, the second half of the album is slower and beautiful, especially Codex and Give Up the Ghost. Overall, this album is a very solid album, with many reasons to come back and give it multiple listens. Even though it’s a shorter album, it’s one that is worth the time. It’s not Radiohead’s best album, and not everyone will like this one, but it is still a great album that is worthy of a listen.
Will Radiohead release deluxe editions of their albums on ITunes
OK on its own, terrible on Radiohead standards.
Sure TKOL has things going for it like Bloom, Lotus Flower, and Seperator, but other than that, this album is probably Radiohead's worst. Feral though, being the worst song in Radiohead's career beside that overrated song off their first album that even the band hates (you all know what it is 😒). This is inexcusable from the band that made two of the greatest albums of all time- OK Computer and Kid A. I totally understand that Radiohead was getting more exploratory at this time, and that's cool, but I'm so glad they
I personally love TKOL but honestly it should have included The Daily Mail, Staircase, The Butcher, and Supercollider. If it included those it would have been on par with Kid A or Amnesiac.
I couldn't sleep tonight and decided to watch Radiohead: King of Limbs live on MTVL (formerly Palladium music channel). I have not been a Radiohead fan until now. This album is the most creative output by any band in the last ten years. Ethereal and infused with passion. I cannot remember the last time I got so entranced by a song that I listened to it over and over and over again. Little by Little is haunting. I definitely underestimated Radiohead all those years ago.
This is actually a masterpiece of performing art. I have been a Radiohead fan since I was twelve and judge them on a pretty harsh grading scale. When I originally heard this album, I didn't like it at all. The album sounded amateur almost, but that was before I realized the hidden secrets to the album. Please, I encourage anyone who is considering relistening or hearing for the first time; Pay attention to the hints, look for the clues and consider this was their eighth album and what that represents.
This album is truly a masterpiece.
Keeps you in
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This album gets a lot of crap, and sure it's not Radiohead's best, but it's still super good. Fans of In Rainbows will surely enjoy this, I know I did!