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Radiohead Release 'King of Limbs' Remix Album

Compilation will collect all 19 remixes from 12-inch singles series

August 10, 2011 11:35 AM ET
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All of the remixes from Radiohead's series of limited edition 12-inch singles released over the course of this summer will be compiled as a compilation in the fall. TKOL RMX 1234567, in stores on October 11th, will feature 19 remixes by prominent electronic artists such as Four Tet, Caribou and Jamie XX spread over two CDs.

All eight tracks from The King of Limbs have been remixed by a selection of artists for the project, though some cuts were clearly more popular with the remixers than others. "Bloom," the jazzy opening number of The King of Limbs, was remixed five times over for the set.

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Here is the full tracklisting for TKOL RMX 1234567:

CD1

Caribou "Little by Little Rmx"
Jacques Greene "Lotus Flower Rmx"
Nathan Fake "Morning Mr. Magpie Rmx"
Harmonic 313 "Bloom Rmx"
Mark Pritchard "Bloom Rmx"
Lone "Feral Rmx"
Pearson Sound "Morning Mr. Magpie Scavenger Rmx"
Four Tet "Separator Rmx"

CD2

Thriller "Give Up the Ghost Houseghost Rmx"
Illum Sphere "Codex Rmx"
Shed "Little by Little Rmx"
Brokenchord "Give Up the Ghost Rmx"
Altrice "TKOL Rmx"
Blawan "Bloom Rmx"
Modeselektor "Good Evening Mrs. Magpie Rmx"
Objekt "Bloom Rmx"
Jamie XX "Bloom Rework"
Anstam "Separator Rmx"
SBTRKT "Lotus Flower Rmx"

Related
Album Review: 'The King of Limbs'
'The King of Limbs' Track-by-Track Breakdown

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