Everything In Its Right Place (track) by Radiohead
Everything In Its Right Place appears on the following album(s) by Radiohead:
- Kid A (track #1) (this album) (2000)
- I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings (track #6) (2001)
- The Best Of (track #16) (compilation) (2008)
- Kid A Mnesia (track #1) (compilation) (2021)
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Zen music. Such a strong opener.
This one has to be Radiohead's most beautiful compositions. Everything from the unconventional chord progression, the eerie tone of the synths, and the manipulation of Thom's vocals are just absolutely astonishing.
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One of if not the best opener to an album ever.
My favorite on the album.
It's repetitive, but you don't mind because it really is amazing.
A simple, catchy, well-structured song with excellent instrumentation and odd lyrics. This alone makes it a good song.
On top of it though, they add some amazing sonic complexity, which is subtle yet profoundly interesting. Diced vocal fade ins/outs, hypnotic glitch effects, reverb and pan enhancements, plus random organ riffs.
The layered production propels an otherwise decent song into the stratosphere, and transcends it into the top tier of studio recordings.
On the whole, I don't understand the immense acclaim Radiohead receives, but I can dig this song. Very spacey chord progression, soothing but isolating.
the live version of this sounds like an inverted Strawberry Fields moving in and out of dimensions
Nice opener to a great album :) I like the unconventional time signature!
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