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Judge Jury and Executioner

January 8, 2013 | Format: MP3

$0.99
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By ordering online, I assumed it would be a nice deal. It arrived quickly, and to my slight dissappontment, had visible wear. It is staying sealed into the wrapping but I can see at the spine of the sleeve that the print has creased a bit, making the lettering hard to read. The music on it is magnificent in my opinion. I think it is a standard 45, not sure tho.
I recomed for collecting purposes. For listening on vinyl, spend a wee but more for the whole album.
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The second single off the new Atoms for Peace album entitled AMOK. If you liked Thom Yorke's solo album, The Erasure, then your sure to like this track and this album.
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i can't get enough of this band, and the album hasn't even come out. "default" was great along with "what the eyeballs did," and "otherside(stuck2gether remix)," and now judge jury executioner.
what a lurching beat! what a great bass patch! this almost recalls more radiohead than AFP, though i gotta say so far, it seems like thom might have spent a little more time with these songs. don't get me wrong i LOVE king of limbs, it has it's special place alongside radioheads other records, but this stuff!
it's dancey, glitchy, bouncy, morose, and in general seems like thom is again released from the bounderies of radiohead, however subtle those might be.
if you're a fan, or even curious, i highly recommend this track.
if you like it head over to atoms for peace's website for a free download of "what the eyeballs did," it's hidden in the unmoving clock tower, just scroll to the right till you find the tower. when you put your cursor on the tower the clock will start spinning. click and eyeballs downloads for free:)
really looking forward to the full length.
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