Kid A is one of the more challenging songs on Radiohead’s fourth LP. Much like the album’s opener, Everything in its Right Place, it is distinguished by a conspicuous lack of guitars and heavily compressed vocals from Yorke. While some of the lyrics make clear references to literature and politics, it is unlikely that Thom intended for the song itself to carry a clear intellectual meaning
Radiohead’s previous album OK Computer (1997) may have introduced experimental elements into their sound, but it didn’t become apparent until its follow-up Kid A was released in 2000. It was recorded following an exhaustive world tour in support of OK Computer, which left many of the band’s members burnt out, especially lead singer Thom Yorke, who nearly suffered a mental breakdown and began having writer’s block. Kid A debuted at number one on both the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200, making it the band’s first album to peak at the top of the latter; it was later certified platinum in the UK in its first week of sales. It initially received a mixed to positive response from critics, although some derided the band’s new aesthetic.
Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone. oh this record is good, very good no idea what it's actually about but its a class record rumours say its about the first human clone hence the name Kid A and others believe its like the alphabet of life like b birth, d death etc This is really determines radiohead for me as a great band. if u have read its a difficult record trust me it isnt really it might be for rock fans but for electro peeps its pretty easy to get in Thom Yorkes voice works well here too.
1. Everything In Its Right Place. Listen to Kid A in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
In the wake of OK Computer, it became taken for granted among serious rock fans of all ages that Radiohead not only saved rock from itself, but paved the way toward the future. High praise, but given the static nature of rock in the last half of the '90s, it was easy to see why fans and critics eagerly harnessed their hopes to the one great rock band that wanted to push the limits of its creativity, without grandstanding or pandering. Daunting expectations for anyone, even for a band eager to meet them, so it's little wonder that Kid A was so difficult to complete.
Аккорды, текст к песне 'Kid A (album)' исполнителя (композитора) Radiohead. На сайте может быть представлено несколько вариантов, проверьте соответствующий список. Kid A features alot of unnusual chords so i suppose this is more of a tab for a player but i'll put how to play the chords on guitar at the end of each song. 1) Everything In Its Right Place 2) Kid A 3) The National Anthem 4) How To Disappear Completely 5) Treefingers 6) Optimistic 7) In Limbo 8) Idiotique 9) Morning Bell 10) Motion Picture Soundtrack. intro: C - Dbmaj13 - Cm/Eb play that 6 times.
|1||Everything In Its Right Place||4:11|
|3||The National Anthem||4:52|
|4||How To Disappear Completely||5:56|
|10||Motion Picture Soundtrack||6:59|
NotesRecording directed by Nigel Godrich with Radiohead.
Assistant to the directors: Gerard Navarro.
Engineered & mixed by Nigel Godrich.
Additional engineering: Gerard Navarro & Graeme Stewart.
Written by Radiohead.
Mastered by Chris Blair @ Abbey Road Studios.
Artwork by Stanley And Tchock.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 7 24352 77538 5
- Label Code: LC 0299
- Rights Society: bel BIEM
- Price Code (F): PM520
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