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Customer Reviews

GREAT EP, THANKS iTUNES!!!

"Harrowdown Hill" is a fantastic song from the album "The Eraser", and this extended mix is awsome (its not a completely different version of the song, but if you're a Radiohead fan you know you just can't get enough). "The Drunk Machine" is a strange, weird trip of a song that Yorke himself said he personally had taken off "The Eraser" because it didn't sound right on the album, he was right but still...check it out it's a good song. "Jetstream" is another weird song that is very creepy and fast paced (it also wouldn't have sounded right on the album, because it's not that good). All around... great EP.

More Eraser-esque Material from Monsieur Yorke.

Thom Yorke releases a new batch of his carefully-crafted solo work. On par with "Eraser's" ingenuity and beat, "Harrowdown Hill" - EP is more moppy, melancholy magic. The two extra bonuses, "Jetstream" and "the Drunk Machine" are deliciously addictive journeys into the crevices of the dark and unknown. Yorke's voice is as raw and chanty as ever and that's fine by my standards. This album is for real fans of Yorke and Radiohead, not for those with closed or empty minds; and I must say that these tracks are well-worthy of those of us who appreciate good music!

Harrow on Down the Hill....

This is a great remix of a great song. Beautifully extended like remixes were back in the 12" vinyl days. I'm glad he put on tracks that didn't make it to the "Eraser" album. Both are very worthy of release. Jetstream is a sonic wonder. Good stuff here.

Biography

Born: October 7, 1968 in Wellingborough, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Few rock singers of the alternative era were as original or as instantly unforgettable as Thom Yorke, and his band, Radiohead, became one of the biggest acts of the 1990s and 2000s for their challenging and unpredictable music. Early on, Yorke rarely worked outside the band, but he steadily collaborated with a variety of artists, released a pair of low-key solo albums, and briefly led another band, the Afrobeat-inspired Atoms for Peace. Throughout, he worked closely with Radiohead producer Nigel...
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