Kid A ... CD Capitol, 2000. Used ...
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One of Radiohead's greatest albums, and probably our favorite – where they boldly dove into stranger, more deeply atmosheric moodcraft than anything they'd released to date! Their follow-up to OK Computer, which was an instant classic for the band, graced with lofty songwriting and impactful lyrics, Kid A is a stunning departure – embracing electronic textures and murky effects over anthemic guitar rock. Any record that achieves the kind of popular success as this one without comprising on the creativity is to be cherished – it's a rare achievement! Includes "Everything In Its Right Place", "How To Disappear Completely", "In Limbo", "Idioteque", "Morning Bell", "Motion Picture Soundtrack", "The National Anthem" and more. CD
A massive package of music – a special set that brings together both the Kid A and Amnesiac, as well as a full record's worth of unreleased tracks! The lead albums need no introduction from us – as they're modern-day classics that really established the genius of the group in mainstream rock – but we can say that the extra material is a mighty nice addition, served up here as a special album titled Kid Amnesiae – with an obvious pun on the title of both! Titles on that release include three "Untitled" tracks – plus "How To Disappear Into Strings", "Pulk/Pull (true love waits version)", "Follow Me Around", "Say The Word", "Like Spinning Plates (why us version)", "Morning Bell (in the dark version)", "Fog (again again version)", and "Pyramid Strings". CD