Thom Yorke’s Atoms for Peace ‘AMOK’ Album Details

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This weekend, XL accidentally leaked the tracklist for Thom Yorke’s all-star side project Atoms for Peace’s new record AMOK, along with the record’s title and January 28th release date. They promptly took down the list of songs, but enough fans screenshot it that we can officially decree with certainty the nine tracks that’ll be on the record:

01. “Before Your Very Eyes…”
02. “Default”
03. “Ingenue”
04. “Dropped”
05. “Unless”
06. “Stuck Together Pieces”
07. “Judge, Jury and Executioner”
08. “Reverse Running”
09. “Amok”

We’ve already sampled “Default” and non-album b-side “What the Eyeballs Did,” and live versions of “Judge, Jury, and Executioner” performed live in 2010 have been floating around for a while now. Check it out below:

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