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Hail to the Thief (2003)

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Art rock, Alternative rock, Electronic music, Experimental rock, Progressive rock, Electronica

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Hail to the Thief (or The Gloaming), usually referred to without its subtitle as simply Hail to the Thief, is the sixth studio album by the English alternative rock band Radiohead. It was produced by Nigel Godrich and released on 9 June 2003. It was the last album released under Radiohead's six-album record contract with Parlophone.
After two Radiohead albums incorporating electronica, jazz and 20th-century classical music influences, Hail to the Thief was seen as a return to a more conventional rock sound while maintaining electronic and jazz elements. Following difficult recording sessions for previous albums, the band worked deliberately quickly, employing a live, "spontaneous" approach, and cited the Beatles, the Pixies, Charlie Mingus, Can, New Order, Tubeway Army and Siouxsie and the Banshees as influences. George Orwell, Dante, and fairy tales influenced the lyrics, much of which were written in response to the War on Terror. Songwriter and vocalist Thom Yorke said the album addresses "frustration and powerlessness and anger, and the huge gap between the people that put themselves in control and the people that allegedly voted for them."
Hail to the Thief debuted at number

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4:19 Sit Down. Stand Up.
4:18 Sail to the Moon.
5:22 Backdrifts. (Honeymoon Is Over.)
4:29 Where I End and You Begin.
4:56 We Suck Young Blood.
3:32 The Gloaming.
5:23 There, There
1:59 I Will.
4:57 A Punchup at a Wedding.
3:52 Myxomatosis.
3:21 Scatterbrain.
3:25 A Wolf at the Door.
3:26 Go to Sleep
3:21 2 + 2 = 5
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