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Radiohead: KID A - AMNESIAC ERA - EXPERIMENTAL BRILLIANCE!!

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Kid A
Kid A
"KID A: A magical and experimental collection, not for everyone but rewards patience!  "National Anthem" "Everything..." "Ideoteque" "Motion Picture""
Amnesiac
Amnesiac
"AMNESIAC: Followup every bit equal to KID A - more guitar but still blends with electronica. "I Might Be Wrong" "You and whose Army" "Packt..." "Pyramid Song""
Pyramid Song CD1
Pyramid Song CD1
"Pyramid Song Cd1: Beautiful piano/string led single. Great B-sides.  "Amazing Sounds Of Orgy " + "Trans-Atlantic Drawl". "Transatlantic" rocks for the first half then goes 180 and gets very creepy..."
Pyramid Song - CD2
Pyramid Song - CD2
"Pyramid Song Cd2: "Fast Track" + "Kinetic" - Great percussion and backing vocal harmony effects on "Kinetic"! All very bizarre and brilliant."
Knives Out [CD 1]
Knives Out [CD 1]
"Knives Out Cd 1: "Cuttooth" + "Life in a Glass House" (extended) - Cuttooth reworked as Myxamatosis of "Hail..." album, equally brilliant here. "Glass House" feat. New Orleans Jazzy Woodwind - Mint!"
Knives Out (Cd2) [CD 2]
Knives Out (Cd2) [CD 2]
"Knives Out Cd 2: "Worrywort" + "Fog" - Arguably best b-sides of Amnesiac era showcasing beautiful electronic experimentation (Worrywort) and evocative guitar led soundscape (Fog). Awesome."
I Might Be Wrong (Live Recordings)
I Might Be Wrong (Live Recordings)
"I Might Be Wrong: Live Recording - Some songs sound very different in live setting and worth hearing - band at a great creative peak. Feat live acoustic song "True Love Waits" not on any other album"
Apple iPod 30GB Video/Black (5th Generation)
Apple iPod 30GB Video/Black (5th Generation)
"Recommend compiling B-Sides of Amnesiac era singles! When in mood all above make a great playlist when drifting to sleep!"
The Eraser
The Eraser
"Thom Yorke - Eraser: Released few years after above but Thom's band-less offering is in a similar sonic atmosphere - Perhaps a cousin of KID A! "Atoms..." "Harrowdown Hill" "Cymbal Rush""