Yoko Ono / Kim Gordon / Thurston Moore - YOKOKIMTHURSTON
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Based on 9 reviews
2012 Ratings: #937 / 944
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Based on 6 ratings
September 25, 2012 / Release Date
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Chimera / Label
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YOKOKIMTHURSTON feels both exhaustively sprawling and claustrophobically hermetic. 

No Ripcord

To listen to this album repeatedly is not rewarding – it seems to be a live recording, produced without overdubs, full of glaring contingencies, mostly interesting on first listen only

Consequence of Sound

Part spoken word, part squealing orchestral noise rock, and 100 percent full of musical dementia, the record is the definition of an iconoclastic artistic statement, even if it’s hard to tell what, if anything, it’s trying to say.


Unfortunately the music itself (or lack thereof) is one of the biggest ripoffs any of the involved parties have yet released.

Under The Radar

YOKOKIMTHURSTON is an improvisational cluster that has no beginning and no end, and no plot to keep listeners on the track to redemption.

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Track List

  1. I Missed You Listening 
  2. Running the Risk 
  3. I Never Told You, Did I? 
  4. Mirror Mirror 
  5. Let’s Get There 
  6. Early in the Morning
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Added on: September 28, 2012