Kid A

Radiohead - Kid A album wiki, reviews
Artist:   Radiohead
Album Name:   Kid A
Genre:   Alternative
Relase:   01 April 2016
Tracks:   11
Country:   USA

Kid A (Radiohead) Album Songs

Song TitleArtistTime
1.Everything in Its Right PlaceRadiohead 4:11
2.Kid ARadiohead 4:44
3.The National AnthemRadiohead 5:51
4.How to Disappear CompletelyRadiohead 5:56
5.TreefingersRadiohead 3:42
6.OptimisticRadiohead 5:15
7.In LimboRadiohead 3:31
8.IdiotequeRadiohead 5:09
9.Morning BellRadiohead 4:35
10.Motion Picture SoundtrackRadiohead 3:20
11.UntitledRadiohead 0:52

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  • cliffrc613

    5 stars
    This is it. And nothing will ever compare.
  • Sergio Brown

    5 stars
    Kid A. This is my favorite album of all time not just did this album change Radiohead’s sound but it also made a pioneering sound in indie rock.
  • Lindsb1982

    5 stars
    Gut wrenching. This album, is one of those that can instantly transport me to another time and place while simultaneously flooding my heart and mind with the same emotions and thoughts of those now ancient days. It grabbed me then, it still grabs me now. I feel like I fell in love for the first time with this album as the soundtrack. Listen to it start to finish, rinse, repeat.
  • Pop Punk hunk

    5 stars
    Genius. One of the greatest
  • mscottfowler

    5 stars
    Radiohead's best. These guys are the Pink Floyd of my generation. When this album first came out, I didn't know what to think about it. I love that Radiohead's music has to take a while to sink in. It means that I'm at a new place musically. I love this album so much.
  • thenewfgh8ud

    5 stars
    A Perfect Album. Probably the best thing Radiohead will ever release
  • GalacticGam3r2097

    5 stars
    A Truly Incredible Masterclass of an Album. Kid A is something that has to be experienced; it is one of the most incredible albums I've ever heard. It seriously blew me away. From the horn freak out that is National Anthem, to the techno freak out that is Idioteque, the beauty of How to Disappear, and the Optimism of Optimistic, this album is just a masterpiece! If you are interested in any songs in this album, just get them all. Everything falls into it's right place when listening to the album. Also if you give it back to back listens and just keep listening to it, it just gets better and better; however, this album isn't for everyone it's very different. I highly recommend this album for someone who likes an album that on its own can be used as the playlist of the month! It is truly an incredible album everyone should experience!
  • Guy from San Pedro

    5 stars
    Phenomenal Album. This album and Ok Computer are Radiohead's two masterpiece albums.While Ok Computer combined Alternative Rock and a little bit of Electronica,Kid A is different this album is mostly Electronica with a little bit of Rock.Kid A is amazing,Trippy,and Beautiful.Thom Yorke has great vocals and the rest of the band are amazing at their instruments.All the songs are great on Kid A from the crazy song The National Anthem to the upbeat Idioteque.Buy the full album not just one song.
  • Zoso123

    5 stars
    Extremely Diverse. This album has so many styles ranging from jazzy drum grooves (such as Idioteque and In Limbo) to ambient noises (Treefingers and Untitled) all tied together in a futuristic feel. Great album and is worth every penny!
  • AmericanPie142

    5 stars
    My Favorite Album. There are many reasons why this album became my favorite; It's mysterious, it's pleasent put together, it flows perfectly. It only gets better the more you listen to it. "National Anthem" is probably my favorite off the album purely because of that awesome bass line.

Radiohead - Kid A Album Wiki

Kid A is the fourth studio album by the English rock band Radiohead, released on 2 October 2000 by Parlophone. After the stress of promoting Radiohead's acclaimed 1997 album OK Computer, songwriter Thom Yorke envisioned a radical change in direction. The band incorporated synthesisers, drum machines, strings and brass, drawing influence from electronic music, ambient, krautrock, jazz, and 20th-century classical music. They recorded Kid A with OK Computer producer Nigel Godrich in Paris, Copenhagen, Gloucestershire and their hometown Oxford, England. Another album recorded in the same sessions, Amnesiac, was released the following year. Radiohead released no singles or music videos to promote Kid A and conducted few interviews and photoshoots. Instead, they became one of the first major acts to use the internet as a promotional tool; the album was made available to stream and was promoted with short animated films featuring music and artwork. Bootlegs of early performances were shared on file-sharing services, and the album was leaked before release. Kid A debuted at the top of the charts in Britain, where it went platinum in the first week, and it became Radiohead's first number-one album in the United States. Like OK Computer, it won a Grammy for Best Alternative Album and was nominated for Album of the Year. Its departure from Radiohead's earlier sound divided fans and critics, and some dismissed it as pretentious, deliberately obscure, or derivative. However, Kid A later attracted wider acclaim; at the turn of the decade, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and the Times ranked Kid A the greatest album of the 2000s. In 2012, Rolling Stone ranked it number 67 on its list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. .