Radiohead: The King of Limbs Artwork and Credits
Thanks to the fine people over at Ateaseweb for getting their hands on a physical copy of Radiohead’s latest record. Sorry folks there are no extra tracks or anything like that, but for anyone who cares here is a breakdown of the musical credits and such:
The music and sounds of The King Of Limbs were conjured up by Radiohead and Nigel Godrich. The imagery was summoned up by Zachariah Wildwood and Donald Twain. Engineered and mixed by Nigel Godrich. Additional engineering by Drew Brown. Additional assistance by Darrell Thorp and Bryan Cooke. Flugelhorn on Bloom and Codex performed by Noel Langley and Yazz Ahmed. Strings on Codex performed by The London Telefilmonic Orchestra, led by Levine Andrale and conducted by Robert Ziegler. Mastered by Robert C. Ludwig at Gateway Mastering & DVD. Also thanks to Peter Yozell, and Neil Whitcher. Studio equipment etc., kept going by Plank. Ourselves kept going by Kat and Tim. And our office! A big thank you very much indeed to Drew Barrymore. This one’s for new Henry, Zohar and all our little ones. Hello Guys
It seems that longtime Radiohead artist Stanley Donwood and Thom Yorke are now going by the alter egos Zachariah Wildwood and Donald Twain. Fans can get their hands on the physical copy on March 29th, but all those who ordered the special “Newspaper” version will have to wait until the end of May. The King of Limbs is being released on TBD records here in North America and XL Records over in Europe. Hostess Entertainment will be releasing the record everywhere else.