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Not sure how else to contact you, sorry for leaving this off topic post. I used 12 songs in my tracklist as they had 12 songs on their three previous albums. I then averaged out the songs from the three legs of the Kid A tour to get the placing for the songs. I removed 'Kid A' as this was a song that didn't seem to feature on the tour. Otherwise it is similar to your track selection but with 'Idiotique' and 'I Might Be Wrong' added which are both strong tracks and were played frequently on the tour.
The National Anthem 2. Morning Bell Kid A Version 3. Optimistic 4. In Limbo 5. Dollars And Cents 6. Knives Out 7. You And Whose Army 8.
Idiotique 9. I Might Be Wrong Everything In Its Right Place How To Disappear Completely Pyramid Song. Sunday, March 22, Radiohead - Kid Amnesiac.
Radiohead — Kid Amnesiac. Morning Bell. How to Disappear Completely. The National Anthem. In Limbo. Dollars and Cents. Kid A. Knives Out. I think Yorp or Yorke was stewing over a real confrontation, and, very much like Radiohead -- at odds with the frat-boy instinct to want to fight. The song was the upshot; a self-mocking upshot of carrying a pair of testicles and a male ego, despite carrying the mantle of man-boy hero, as Radiohead clearly does. The lack of attention paid to the song, in terms of composition, layering, mixing, etc.
Great interpretation! The Holy Roman Empire however wasn't a footnote in history. It was one of the most important empires in the history of Europe with it's roots somewhere in the 11th century. The most famous emperor was Charles V who reigned over an empire that included Spain, Germany, Napels, Austria, the Netherlands and the America's which was de facto bigger than the old Roman Empire.
Flag Roden on March 20, General Comment to give it another meaning Very insightful comment. This song is so amazing Flag canniballz on August 01, General Comment Fuck interpretations, this song is incredible.
While not as fantastic as "OK Computer" which will undoubtedly go down as one of the better albums of the 20th century, and certainly a good album to herald the next millenium , I thought "Amnesiac" was far better than "Kid A", which seemed more like a "music experiment" than "music".
The songs on this disc are hauntingly sad, and Thom Yorke's voice whether you think he's one of the most emotional singers or sounds like nails on a blackboard carried the saddness extremely well.
The remix of "Morning Bell", one of the best songs of "Kid A", does the song justice, and "Pyramid Song" will go down as this album's reverse of "Exit Music [for a film]" "there was nothing to fear and nothing to doubt" vs. Overall, a very sad album. Certainly not upbeat, and I can't think of a single track that's radio-friendly perhaps something that's going to prevent sales , but if you liked "OK Computer" story: "technology is going to destroy us" and "Kid A" "technology is destroying our humanity: we now have the ability to clone" you will like "Amnesiac" "after technolgy destroys us, then what?
Love this album. The sound from the CD edition is very good i. I can't help it. I know Radiohead are their own band and the comparison is meant in a good way because Pink Floyd's glory days have long since passed. I like "Amnesiac" for it's lack of pop singles pre-packaged for mass consumption.
I am amazed at how the band has grown and changed since "Pablo Honey". If U2 and R. They're more experimental than Pearl Jam or Nirvana and just skirt the fringes of rock mainstream. My girlfriend questioned if I was in the mood for the type of music Radiohead is making on "Amnesiac" because she felt it to be depressing.
She said she didn't like Radiohead. Well, if the music is depressing, I don't have a problem with it. I don't know if Radiohead would describe their sound as depressing, but maybe it is. I like melancholic music, it fits part of my view of life, the dullness, the alienation, the inability to connect to other people. Perhaps that is what Radiohead has been trying to communicate since the beginning. I suspect that of all the music I buy this year, "Amnesiac" will be one of the most experimental and least accessible and most memorable.
Four stars or five, this is still one band and one cd that will not compromise and give into the current musical trend of banal, corporate bubblegum. Need customer service? Click here. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Since Radiohead designed Kid A as a self-consciously epochal, genre-shattering record, the songs that didn't make the cut were a little simpler, so it shouldn't be a surprise that Amnesiac plays like a streamlined version of Kid A , complete with blatant electronica moves and production that sacrifices songs for atmosphere. This, inevitably, will disappoint the legions awaiting another guitar-based record that is, after all, what they were explicitly promised , but what were they expecting?
This is an album recorded at the same time and Radiohead have a certain reputation to uphold. It would be easier to accept this if the record was better than it is.
Where Kid A had shock on its side, along with an admirably dogged desire to not be conventional, Amnesiac often plays as a hodgepodge. True, it's a hodgepodge with amazing moments: the hypnotic sway of "Pyramid Song" and "You and Whose Army? But, these are not moments that are markedly different than Kid A , which itself lost momentum as it sputtered to a close.Aug 26, · "Pyramid Song" and "You and Whose Army?" surely, but even rhythmic, vibrant songs like "I Might Be Wrong" and "Dollars & Cents" sound like the itchy, impatient way in which Radiohead .