[ Capitol Records / CD ]
Release Date: Monday 11 June 2001
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All the trappings of a timeless Radiohead classic! Spine tingling stuff.
Radiohead's fifth album, 'Amnesiac', features material from the 'Kid A' sessions and other recording periods from over the last 18 months. Many of the songs from this album were played on the bands 'Tent Tour' last year.
The first thing that will hit you about Radiohead's 'Amnesiac' is that it is not a huge leap forward in sound, as say 'Kid A' was to 'OK Computer'. Indeed this new creation, which spans eleven cuts, is more of a gradual step sideways into further weirdness and slightly more acoustic territory.
There are all the trappings of a timeless Radiohead classic here… subtle yet strong use of electronics, experimental sound fields and ghostly abject nihilistic vocals. It's not all doom and gloom, but it will leave your spine tingling.
If you liked 'Kid A' then this will definitely find a home in your life.
Packt like sardines in a crushd tin box
Pulk / pull revolving doors
You and whose army?
I might be wrong
Amnesiac / Morning bell
Dollars & cents
Like spinning plates
Life in a glass house