TV On The Radio Vinyl, CD & tapes by TV On The Radio at Norman Records

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TV On The Radio
Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes

Remember the first time you heard ‘Staring At The Sun’? Feels good doesn't it. You know, you can live the experience of listening to Pitchfork’s 41st-best song of the 2000s all over again if you want. The way to do that is by copping ‘Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes’, the 2004 debut LP by TV On The Radio. On this record ‘Staring At The Sun’ is just one of many bluesy, fuzzy, ‘OK Computer’-y things served up by Tunde Adebimpe, Dave Sitek and the rest.

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Return To Cookie Mountain

TV On The Radio were such a breath of fresh air when they emerged from their Brooklyn hideaway. The band melted dub, post-rock, electronica and soul with a singer who sounded unnervingly liken Peter Gabriel. Return to Cookie Mountain was their second full length album and the moment where their art rock started to cross over to more commercial territories. The fact that it contains a guest appearance from Dame David Bowie tells you the high regard the band were held in by rock royalty.  

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Dear Science

Just when we worried that TV On The Radio were going to get worse they actually got better. Dear Science was the Brooklyn band's third LP but carried on where earlier work left off introducing a real distinctive edge into their sound which married pop and soul and electronica making their sound more user-friendly without selling out completely. Stellar stuff that refuses to age. 

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Trouble / Dubble

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Seeds

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Mercy

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Nine Types Of Light

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Dancing Choose

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Province

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Young Liars

We all remember where were were when we first heard TV On The Radio, right? Well this Norman Records Description Writer (tm) was actually working at Norman Records old Armley office when we were all blown away by this EP. The band mixed innovative pop with electronica and dub and appeared to have Peter Gabriel on vocals. I'll still maintain this was their best release and *that* acapella Pixies cover is just inspired. 

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Wolf Like Me

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TV On The Radio, Pixies, Breeders, Belly, Various
1980 Forward

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New Health Rock

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The Flaming Lips, TV On The Radio, Various
The Late Great Daniel Johnston

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Staring At The Sun

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