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2+2=5 [12" VINYL] [Single, EP, Limited Edition]

Radiohead Vinyl
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2+2=5 [12" VINYL] + Go To Sleep [CD 1] + Knives Out (Cd2) [CD 2]
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Product details

  • Vinyl (20 April 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, EP, Limited Edition
  • Label: Capital Usa
  • ASIN: B001PCNZAE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 401,908 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Product Description

RADIOHEAD 2+2=5 [EP One] (2009 US exclusive Strictly Limited Edition 3-track 12 single issued as part of the From The Capitol Vaults series and pressed on Audiophile Quality 45rpm 180gram VINYL including Remyxomatosis [Cristian Vogel Remix] and There There [First Demo] presented in a lavish sleeve embossed with a silver Radiohead logo and a 10 x 5 wrap-around replica of the original release artwork attached to the sleeve sealed complete with a Capitol Recordsmetallic gold sticker!)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
"2+2=5," the latest brilliant single from Radiohead's brilliant Hail To The Thief album has every right to be all over the radio. Beginning with an electronic buzz and building to a freakout awash in guitars, the track deserves its place in the dictionary as an example of the word "catharsis." Additionally, Radiohead releases are usually causes for joy because with singles come b-sides, where the band is allowed to run free. Curiously, this more commercialised song does not get regular b-sides, rather alternate versions of songs from HTTT. The new take on "Myxomatosis" gives us an inkling of what the song might have been during the Kid A area and makes us appreciate that it's on HTTT instead. The demo of "There There" is only interesting as a means of looking into the band's developmental and creative process and makes the listener thankful that they cleaned it up for inclusion on HTTT. Great single, but weakish b-sides on CD1. CD2 fares better.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the year's finest singles 29 Nov 2003
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Format:Audio CD
2+2=5 is the best single Radiohead have put out since 'No Surprises' and it is accompanied with a few surprises of its own. The remix of Scatterbrain is a genuinely diverting reexamination of the song, while the LA version of I Will loses none of the original's direct simplicity. Meanwhile 2+2=5 represents Radiohead's greatest talents, shifting gear effortlessly from a sparse, beautiful introduction to an explosive finale. As a protest record it outstrips anything else this year, but it is far more than just that; it is a song to rank with Radiohead's finest, and the B-sides make this single an essential purchase for all Radiohead fans.
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4.0 out of 5 stars You have not been paying attention. 21 Dec 2003
Format:Audio CD
"2+2=5," the latest brilliant single from Radiohead's brilliant Hail To The Thief album has every right to be all over the radio. Beginning with an electronic buzz and building to a freakout awash in guitars, the track deserves its place in the dictionary as an example of the word "catharsis." Additionally, Radiohead releases are usually causes for joy because with singles come b-sides, where the band is allowed to run free. Curiously, this more commercialised song does not get regular b-sides, rather alternate versions of songs from HTTT. The Four Tet remix of "Scatterbrain" is quite skittish and fits nicely with the tone of the song. The gorgeously smooth version of "I Will" could almost show up on an easy listening station, and would be a viable single option in and of itself. Die hard fans would prefer unreleased tracks, but this disc is a nice appetite whetter for the remix album rumoured to be dropping in 2004. Skip CD1 and get this one instead.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Song of the year by far 1 Nov 2003
Format:Audio CD
And so the Oxford four-piece continue to impress with the probably the finest track from their excellent sixth album Hail To The Thief. 2+2=5 starts with the best guitar riff they've done since Paranoid Android, a haunting, flowing melody that, after a short tension-builder, morphs into an irresistable rock-out anthem. It could have done with being a bit longer but is still easily the best Radiohead song since Pyramid Song (although their last single Go To Sleep came close). Here's hoping the next one will be Where I End And You Begin or Scatterbrain.
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