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It took me a long time to warm up to "Judge Jury and Executioner" but as I listened to more and more Atoms for Peace, I began to feel the appeal of the song. Its a haunting song, but still has enough happening to keep it interesting. Thom Yorke's vocals aren't anything spectacular, but they do express. It feels like it could have been on Kid A or Lotus Flower (both by Radiohead), which are two albums I adore. The song isn't extremely original, but that doesn't mean it's still not very good. Give this a listen and download the whole album "AMOK" while your at it.
Thom Yorke's Atoms for Peace latest single, "Judge Jury and Executioner", maintains the dark feelings of his previous works, in a mix of electronic beats and melancholic melodies. The song is created in a way that the listener should forget the boundaries between organic and computer generated sounds. It's not very innovative, but it does what it promises. Anyway, it should be a pleasure to watch a live performance of this band, since it aggregates numerous reputed artists from other bands.