I didn't write about Radiohead's King of Limbs at the time of its release a couple of months ago, mainly because I didn't have much to add beyond what seemed to be the critical consensus of 'Nice, but nothing amazing'. I can't say that the album as a whole is on heavy rotation exactly, although 'Codex' is plainly gorgeous and sits second from top on my most played list. (Junior Boys' 'ep', since you're asking.)
But then, excellently, two more songs emerged from Radiohead's spewy release machine, and ew that's not a sentence that I approve of. 'Supercollider', at seven minutes in length, is brilliant: all ebb and flow and slow build and actually fairly pop. (I know!)
So I'm glad that the band added these two songs to the whole package, even if — as they suggest — they couldn't find a place for it on the album. I'm not sure that I prefer this approach to a single, cohesive, more-than-eight-tracks-in-length album, but I definitely feel happier for stumping up the £30 in advance.