Thom Yorke’s ‘Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes’ Hits 1 Million Downloads
Thom Yorke’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes Hits 1 Million Downloads
Thom Yorke’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes has been downloaded over 1 million times in less than a week’s time. The album currently has over 1.1 million downloads on the BitTorrent site, which doesn’t include the deluxe white vinyl also being offered.
Reddit user Crokie posted photos of the album earlier today revealing some more information about the album.
Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes is produced and edited by long-time Radiohead producer and collaborator Nigel Godrich, and mastered by Bob Ludwig. Colin Greenwood is credited for beat programming for the track “Guess Again!”. The artwork is by long-time time Radiohead collaborator and artist Stanley Donwood. The album reads: ” Holes dug and filled in by Stanley Donwood with Tchocky in a mostly advisory capacity”. (Tchocky is usually how Thom is credited in the liner notes for album artwork.) Inscribed into the vinyl is “VILLAIN AM I NONE, THEREFORE FAREWELL, I SEE THEE KNOW ME NOT” and “G.W + bazza alchemy”.
Jonny Greenwood Performing With London Contemporary Orchestra Next Week
Jonny Greenwood will be performing with the London Contemporary Orchestra next Friday at Albert Hall in Manchester, England. Jonny will be there to perform “Electric Counterpoint”, his collaboration with Steve Reich which was recently released. The album titled Radio Rewrite is a five-movement piece built on themes from the Radiohead songs “Jigsaw Falling Into Place” and “Everything In It’s Right Place” is available via Nonesuch Records.
— Jonny Greenwood (@JnnyG) October 1, 2014
Kid A Was Released 14 Years Ago Today and other news
It was exactly 14 years ago today that Radiohead released their fourth studio album Kid A. Radiohead are currently in the studio working on their ninth album, and on next Tuesday (October 7th) Philip Selway will be releasing his second solo album Weatherhouse.
Photos of Thom Yorke’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes deluxe edition vinyl.
Thanks to reddit user Crokie for letting me share some of his photos.