Tomorrow's Modern Boxes - Thom Yorke

Tomorrow's Modern Boxes

Thom Yorke

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2017-08-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • ℗ 2014 Unsustainabubble under exclusive license to XL Recordings Limited.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
A Brain in a Bottle Thom Yorke 4:40
2
Guess Again! Thom Yorke 4:23
3
Interference Thom Yorke 2:48
4
The Mother Lode Thom Yorke 6:06
5
Truth Ray Thom Yorke 5:13
6
There Is No Ice (For My Drink) Thom Yorke 7:00
7
Pink Section Thom Yorke 2:34
8
Nose Grows Some Thom Yorke 5:22

Reviews

  • Great collection of songs

    5
    By Droceankiddd
    Anyone who knows Radiohead’s work, knows Thom is the one pushing the electronic envelope. So if a minimal, snappy, beautifully arranged little goldmine of down beat electronic soul with terrific hooks isn’t what you want, see the upset know nothings below. So for the people who are actually fans, let’s leave Radiohead out of this. Makes it simpler: It’s better than “the eraser,” or at least more consistently arresting, it moves like an actual album. It’s way more sparse and minimal than AMOK, a couple tracks are very intimate in a nearly bjork (homogenic era). A couple are great dance tracks, especially “the mother lode.” Gorgeous beat, and Thoms vocals are WAY up front, hovering over the electronics. Short and sweet.
  • Beautiful from start to finish.

    5
    By InciteManyOhs
    This music has been therapeutic for me in weeks leading up to final exams. This is Thom at his most subdued, and it is truly hypnotic.
  • Hating?

    5
    By chrsnorbt
    Weird, this is brilliant. Always love these folks, I only listened to two songs and I love it. Incredible beats, off the planet vocal range and masterful songwriting. They have this weird way of never sounding dated or corny. People calling this noise or noodling obviously don't know what true noise or noodling sounds like. It's not this, you want the avant garde section. This is low tempo modern English electronic soul. Snappy hooks, singalong legible lyrics are secondary to Thom here, it's all about mood, feelings and emotions. You don't just listen to this, you feel it. And if you can't do that, than it wasn't meant for you.
  • Thom Yorke is limitless with great music

    5
    By jdawgs
    Obviously those giving this a low star rating have no business listening to Thom’s solo albums. This album explores sound while tethering itself to the familiar voice and piano that Radiohead fans relate. More electronic than the rock sound we are use to, but still a great sound.
  • Noise, Not Music

    1
    By Coach Lonster XVIII
    This is an album nobody will remember a month now.
  • immediately forgettable

    1
    By Scolding a Banana
    No, that's not the name of one of the tracks. Self-indulgent programmed noodling that lacks any soul. Live drumming (and a full band) might bring it up to one and a half stars. Yawn.
  • Incredible

    5
    By SamuelKinsella
    A truly incredible experience. Masterfully made, and close to perfection.

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