A Moon Shaped Pool - Radiohead

A Moon Shaped Pool


  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2016-05-10
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2016 XL Recordings


Title Artist Time
Burn the Witch Radiohead 3:40 USD 1.29
Daydreaming Radiohead 6:24 USD 1.29
Decks Dark Radiohead 4:41 USD 1.29
Desert Island Disk Radiohead 3:44 USD 1.29
Ful Stop Radiohead 6:07 USD 1.29
Glass Eyes Radiohead 2:52 USD 1.29
Identikit Radiohead 4:26 USD 1.29
The Numbers Radiohead 5:45 USD 1.29
Present Tense Radiohead 5:06 USD 1.29
Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor R Radiohead 5:03 USD 1.29
True Love Waits Radiohead 4:43 USD 1.29


  • Best work in years

    By Droceankiddd
    Man. iTunes deciding for whatever reason not to sell the “specter” single, and the band’s refusal to do the same with “ill wind” is such a bummer, I bout the deluxe thingy, but for saps who didn’t have 80$ to blow for one extra song.....c’mon. I SAY THIS BECAUSE THE ALBUM IS SO, SO GOOD, YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO EXPERIENCE THE WHOLE STUDIO SESSION. It’s gorgeous. Just beautiful. Kid A will always be my fav, but this one is damned close. Totally redeemed after King Of Limbs.
  • Sonically dense ambient rock.

    By IngolmoFeanaro
    Before I start, I will note that I am rather new to Radiohead. AMSP was released just as I started listening to them. They couldn't have released a better record to draw me in. A Moon Shaped Pool satisfied my preference for alternative/art rock, but also catered to my ambient/electronic tendencies. Put simply, AMSP is delightful.
  • Who copied who?

    By BloveD1
    Well now. Everyone demonized Coldplay for copying Radiohead. Take a listen to Daydream, 2016 and then Coldplay’s song O. (2014). Yes Radiohead copied them!!
  • A moon shaped pool

    By broman104
    Its the best one!!!!Hey! They are all the best ones
  • Like any great artist.

    By l4e0043
    Like Japan who started a rock band but ended with David Sylvian solo career... Listen to Japan and their individual work and you will heart where Bjork and Radiohead came from...
  • Great album!

    By Deckard23
    I'm not a diehard Radiohead fan. Normally, there is a song here and there that I like, but my interest in the band has always been casual. This album took me by surprise. It's one of those rare albums one can listen from start to finish... and then start over again. Beaufiful song writing, fresh melodies, rich textures. By far, one of my favorite albums of 2016.
  • Another masterpiece.

    By FUSHIGI!!!!!!!
    Some of their most beautiful work yet. Radiohead’s never-ending style changes will never cease to amaze me.
  • 4.2 Stars out of 10

    By elliottyoder
    Not their best work, but it might be their most evolved album yet by them. The sounds sound to raw and not yet fully mastered. If you are a Radiohead fan like me buy it, but there next album might be another masterpiece.
  • Simply music, Simply amazing

    By Thy squire
    This is what you look for in music, a trueness in lyric purity.
  • A cool calming breeze of fresh air

    By GalacticGam3r2097
    This album is probably my favorite Radiohead album to date, and is probably becoming one of my favorite albums of all time. The reason why I love this album so much is for many reasons; one is that it is very unique, with every song having its own special touch, and two that it is such a subtle album. The subtle nature of this album might draw some people away, but I feel like it gives the album that extra edge. The melodies are beautiful (like in Present Tense and Glass Eyes) and when it wants to get a little wild it does it in style (like in Ful Stop and Burn the Witch). Thom Yorke's voice gives this album that extra emotion and almost angelic feeling. Every part of this album is fantastic! I do wish iTunes had the Deluxe Edition available though (which includes Ill Wind and Spectre). Both of those songs are really awesome and it would make this album even better! Overall, I highly recommend this album for anyone who loves Radiohead, or music that strays away from trying to be popular, and instead, just tries to actually sound beautiful without pushing itself.

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