Knives Out Enhanced, Maxi, Import, Single
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Taken from the Album 'amnesiac', all Four Tracks Are Taken from the Two UK CD Single Formats.includes Unreleased B-sides 'worrywort' and 'fog'.
Top Customer Reviews
"Knives Out" You've probably heard this already, so I don't think I need to comment. All I'm gonna say is that it deserves it's place on Amnesiac. 5/5
"Worrywort" Very good song that sounds like primative Nintendo music. There are better B-Sides out there, but it still is good. 4/5
"Fog" The best Radiohead B-Side since "Talk Show Host," which appears in many live sets. I can see why it wouldn't work on Amnesiac; it sounds a bit too much like "Dollers and Cents." Still an outstanding B-Side, much better than some songs that were put on the actual album *coughcoughMorningBellRemakecoughcough* 5/5
Despite the quality of this recording, two good songs (assuming you already own Amnesiac) don't justify twelve bucks. Both songs are relatively easy to find on download services like LimeWire, so either download them or wait for Radiohead to release a B-Sides compilation in the US (which probably won't happen anytime soon)
If you like cool Radiohead tunes and great package art, consider buying this single.
Fog is mainly a bass track, with a repeating riff, and some tambourine and bells, and some other orchestra percussions. Its not one of the best b-sides of the session but it sure will please some.
If you are a Radioohead Fan, dont hold on to anything and buy this record imediatly, you truly dont want to miss out, on this great Radiohead Release. Worrywort is worth it...
The b-sides are terrific too. 'Worrywort' is quite a melodic, nice tune, though probably the least interesting of the b-sides. 'Fog', however, is mindblowingly beautiful. This song is also known by the title 'Alligators In New York Sewers'. Very sweet. 'Cuttooth' is without a doubt the best b-side here. An upbeat track which really make you jump up and down. Too bad Radiohead left this one off the album. Surely this track is much better than, for instance, 'Hunting Bears'. And finally there is a full length version of the Amnesiac classic 'Life In A Glass House'. It's not really special, just a longer intro to the song. Still, this track is superb.
Surely if Worrywort was replaced by an even better track, this single definitely would have had a 5-star rating. Since I'm not able to give it a 4.5-star rate, it'll has to do with 4.
Most recent customer reviews
I am not going to waste any breath on Knives Out since that song has been reviewed by hundreds of people along with the other tracks on Amnesiac. Read morePublished on April 23 2004 by beatlebum
I know radiohead's whole singles scheme is frustrating and off-putting in terms of actually being able to obtain all of their material, but perhaps our frustrations will win out... Read morePublished on Dec 30 2003 by Ben Scheim
There were 2 knives out singles put out because Radiohead wanted to showcase their b-sides, im sure of it. The b-sides are 9 times out of 10 absolutely great. Read morePublished on June 1 2003 by Shelley D. Bowen
Knives Out is Radiohead in their older form with acoustic guitars, drums, bass, etc. I consider it to be sub-standard to their older recordings but its still one great song. Read morePublished on June 1 2003 by Shelley D. Bowen
I haven't got this single and so I haven't heard "worrywort" before, so I'm completely unsure of how that is. Read morePublished on April 15 2003 by Jim Ross
I just got this one today, and I am very impressed. Another good single from Radiohead. The piano in Cuttooth is great, and it is very catchy. Read morePublished on Sept. 19 2002
Wow, this is a great single. Knives Out is a great song
and the b-sides are just as good (if not better). Read more
If you haven't heard much of Radiohead (most likely because they aren't blasted on the radio 24/7), and want to get into them, this is a good starting point. Read morePublished on March 31 2002 by Shadowgraphs
The reason I bought this single was for "Fog". I heard the live version on Napster, and simply had to have it. Read morePublished on March 7 2002 by Robert J. Schreiber