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Radiohead ~ Kid A [2000]

1. "Everything in Its Right Place" – 4:11
2. "Kid A" – 4:44
3. "The National Anthem" – 5:50
4. "How to Disappear Completely" – 5:55
5. "Treefingers" – 3:42
6. "Optimistic" – 5:16
7. "In Limbo" – 3:31
8. "Idioteque" – 5:09
9. "Morning Bell" – 4:29
10. "Motion Picture Soundtrack" – 6:59

Kid A is the fourth album by the English rock band Radiohead, released on October 2, 2000 (2000-10-02) in the United Kingdom and on October 3, 2000 (2000-10-03) in the United States and Canada. A commercial success worldwide,[2] Kid A went platinum in its first week of release in the UK.[3] Despite the lack of an official single or video as publicity, Kid A became the first Radiohead release to debut at #1 in the US.[4] This success was credited variously to a unique marketing campaign, the early Internet leak of the album,[5] or anticipation after the band's 1997 album, OK Computer.[6]

Kid A was recorded in Paris, Copenhagen, Gloucestershire and Oxford with producer Nigel Godrich. The album's songwriting and recording were experimental for Radiohead,[7] as the band replaced their earlier "anthemic" rock style with a more electronic sound.[8] Influenced by Krautrock,[9] jazz,[10] and 20th century classical music,[11] Radiohead abandoned their three-guitar lineup for a wider range of instruments on Kid A, using keyboards, the Ondes martenot, and, on certain compositions, strings and brass.[9] Kid A also contains more minimal and abstract lyrics than the band's previous work.[12] Singer Thom Yorke has said the album was not intended as "art", but reflects the music they listened to at the time.[13] Original artwork by Stanley Donwood and Yorke, and a series of short animated films called "blips", accompanied the album.

Kid A has been considered one of the more challenging pop records to have commercial success,[14] and it polarised opinion among both fans and critics.[7] The album won a Grammy for Best Alternative Album and was nominated for Album of the Year. It also received praise for introducing listeners to diverse forms of underground music.[7]

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