Unfortunately, amazon.co.uk only allow for a maximum of 5 stars on their rating system. I believe this is the 401th review of Kid A since its release ten years ago. What an album to look back on; Kid A marked the end of Radioheads mainstream success as one of the best rock bands of all time, and the beginning of something much more profound and beautiful.
It really could have gone either way: O'Brien wanted the band to reverse back into snappy three-minute pop songs, whilst Yorke had different plans for their future. Kid A really can't be placed in any particular genre of music. It sits there all alone in its dreamy world. This is an album of truly unique, and in my humble opinion, unrivalled since its release in 2000.