How To Disappear Completely (track) by Radiohead
How To Disappear Completely appears on the following album(s) by Radiohead:
- Kid A (track #4) (this album) (2000)
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Best song since Smells Like Teen Spirit in 1990 and the best of the new century so far.
Best song of the century.
I agree. It's good, but I think Radiohead has made way better songs. What can I say.
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This song is simply breath taking, easily one of the best off of Kid A along with Idioteque.
The instrumental sounds like something Sigur ros put together, with the great vocal performance on top of it the track is heavily improved.
My favorite Radiohead song and among my favorite songs of all time. The orchastra, distant percussion, acoustic guitar and Yorke's voice is at it's peak.
The best track on this album :) Beautiful piece of music.
Beautiful song. Extremely heartbreaking song also
A harrowing portrayal of disassociation, underscored by dissonant strings and existential cries from Thom Yorke that both weave in and out of each other towards the end of the track like a slowing heartbeat.
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