Life in a Glass House follows the Radiohead tradition of having a powerful, emotional song at the end of the album. This song is without a doubt amazing and features Veteran jazz trumpeter Humphrey Lyttleton.
Last but certainly not least was Life in a Glass House, another surprise from a band from which nothing seems surprising anymore. Beginning with an atmospheric loop and clanging church-like bells, the song quickly morphed into a New Orleans-style, big-band rumpshaker. Fueled by a horn section that included a clarinet, a trumpet, a trombone, and who knows what else, Glass House would have served well as a time-travelers glimpse into the Third Millennium during a 1930s Mardi Gras ball. (from SXSW by Allstar)