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Kid A (album) by Radiohead 

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Kid A
Kid A by Radiohead (2000)
Overall rank: 6th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
89/100 (from 2,461 votes)
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Accolades: Best album of 2000 (1st)
Best album of the 2000s (1st)
Top 10 albums of all time (6th)

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Radiohead bestography

Kid A is ranked 2nd best out of 19 albums by Radiohead on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Radiohead is OK Computer which is ranked number 1 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 154,963.

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Members who like this album also like: OK Computer by Radiohead, The Bends by Radiohead and Funeral by Arcade Fire.

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From souplipton 05/22/2016 23:02
Radiohead was on top of the music world after OK Computer, and thier next album was widely anticipated. No one expected what Radiohead released in 2000. Kid A was even more experimental than OK Computer and owed more to Aphex Twin and Autechre than any rock band, including Radiohead's previous work. Radiohead pushldd extremely deep into electronic music, and despite working in new territory for the band, they somehow managed to create and album of great emotion and depth. Kid A pushed against every boundary on rock musix that cohld be conceived of, and came away with a breathtaking album which still amazes me to this day. Incredibly moving and innovative, any other follow-up to the best album of the last several decade would have been disappointing, but Kid A made fans understand that Radiohead's talent was real and here to stay.
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From ars2458 05/16/2016 19:03
This album took me forever to "get". I never really listened to it much outside of Idioteque and Optimistic. One day I turned on the album while out on a jog, and it was the first time that the title track (Kid A) and National Anthem clicked for me. This has become one of my favorite, and most enduring albums.
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From corenfro 05/15/2016 23:03
It's super weird but after further listens you find a great slap-in-the-face to conventional rock and expectations of the band with moments bordering on Genius (how to disappear, national anthem, chord prog in track 1). Also a sample from the very first electronic recording in idioteque.
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From nitomano 05/12/2016 21:29
Favoritas: How to Dissapear Completely, Everything In Its Ricght Place, Idioteque, Motion Picture Soundtrack
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From kevindunn 05/12/2016 03:54
Those first notes of Everything in its Right Place will hook you in.. Definitely our generation's DSOTM. I assure you that if you listen to this album enough times it will inevitably become your favorite ever.
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From JLAwesome1 05/10/2016 21:01
This one slowly crept up on me, going from the album that had Idioteque to one of the most engrossing atmospheres in music history. Feeling like you're standing on the outside looking in towards an apocalypse, every moment on this album feels manufactured to perfection. The timeless classic of the 2000's, like Abbey Road from the 60's.
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From Edwarda85 04/25/2016 15:50
I love when Bands evolve, change, and transform and no one does that better than Radiohead. Having said that, I don't absolutely love Kid A or have as strong a connection to it as other Radiohead albums.

I am crazy impressed with its originality and from a brain place think it is a classic. It just doesn't register that way for me emotionally. The album is too uneven for me.

Classics lie Idioteque, Everything in Its Right Place, and National Anthem get bogged down by throwaways like Treefingers, In Limbo, Morning Bell, and Motion Soundtrack.

Radiohead is the second best band ever so this album is great. It seems like most people put it 1st or 2nd in their best of radiohead catalogue.

I have it 5th behind OK Computer, In Rainbows, Bends, and Hail to the Thief.....in that order
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From martinjaa 04/19/2016 03:51
Certainly a good album, but I don't feel it´s their best album along with Ok Computer or alone. Also, I don´t think it´s the best album of the decade. I've been listening to this album for a long time and still don't get the praise it gets. Yeah, it is very original, but the songs aren't their best ones, except for Idioteque, How To Disappear Completely and Motion Picture Soundtrack, I love those tracks. Then, there are good songs like Optimistic, Morning Bell, Everything In Its Right Place, but they aren´t so incredible like the other songs. And the rest of the songs, like In Limbo, Treefingers, Kid A and National Anthem don´t do much for me and seem to be some kind of regular songs, nothing spectacular. They do have some interesting passages and things, like the bassline on National Anthem and the ambience of In Limbo, they are very good, but only up to there. I can´t understand how National Anthem is one of the best songs of the album according to this website.
Many may dissagree with me, but I don´t feel this is one of the best records ever. I prefer OK Computer and In Rainbows. Been trying to "understand" this album since a long time but it slightly gets better, nothing more up to now. I hope someday I will get why is this an incredible album, but for me, it's just a good album. I don't know, just some of the songs aren't at the same level of the better tracks on the album. However, I do like the ambience and feelings that this album produces.
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From joneslu 04/19/2016 03:38
It took me so long to get this album. But it was so worth it. Every time I put this thing on, I'm in another world. Favorites are Idioteque, Morning Bell, National Anthem, Everything In Its Right Place, and How to Disappear Completely.
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