Best Songs From Radiohead's Kid Amattlol
The Top Ten
What's not to like about this ghostly song? It's absolutely incredible, sad, and absolutely beautiful. I love the ending; this song is auspicious and worth it's long duration!
This song is so emotional and ends on such a great note.
The fact that this is Thom's favorite is not a surprise for me
1. How to Disappear Completely
2. Everything in It's Right Place
4. The National Anthem
6. Morning Bell
7. Morning Picture Soundtrack
8. Kid A
9. In Limbo
probably the best album I have heard in all my life - Pato_cargo
I seriously don't get why so many people think this song is SO great. I see it on countless top 10 lists, many of them having it at the top. Why? Maybe it's because I'm a more rock oriented person, but this track is just meh to me. It goes on WAY too long and the drum beat is extremely repetitive, just like a lot of the other songs on this album. I'm certain I will get hate for this statement, but this opinion has been trapped inside of me for too long.
As good as this song is, the "live in oxford" version on I might be wrong blows it out of the water!
It grows on you
Whos in a bunker whos in a bunker - Lord28V 2 Comments
Obviously. This song's opening is probably the best after In Limbo, and Thom's odd, creepy but amazing vocals match perfectly to make this song an opener to the album. And it's ending; pure bliss!
Probably Radiohead's second best song. Even though I am a huge Radiohead fan I think that the singles can be some of the best songs. No Surprises is my favorite by the way
Best song of all time!
Top 5 songs
4. How to Disappear Completely
3. The National Anthem
1. Everything in its Right Place - Favourite Song of All Time
I can't get enough of this song: The devilish bass, the perfect drums, the haunting background, the epic trumpets, thom's glassy vocals etc. A must hear for everyone, this is an amazing song!
When the Brass comes in it's just so groovy, excellent song
The jazziest Radiohead's song I've heard.
So greatV 3 Comments
Awesome song that seems impossible to dislike! The catchy rhythmic guitar and the tribal drums along with Yorke's vocals; this song rocks!
I'm always wondering is this song ironic or really optimistic - all in all nice guitar piece off the album dominated by electronic elements.
This ones optimistic, love it
The best you can is good enough.V 1 Comment
This one is very serene, but kind of haunting too with the organ and the demented lyric "I will see you in the next life! " It's a very nice track, but eerie, and drags on to 7 minutes when it's only 3 plus a weird, random orchestra that approaches midway, that ends the song.
Hauntingly beautiful requiem with a magical closing sequence. The funereal pipe organ, the beautiful, flickering harps, and the lyrics.
Kid A(song) is NOT better than this.
This has got to be one of their best songs. If not one of their most beautiful.
From the organs to the harps and everything else.
A melancholy, creepy track and the title-of-the-album-song. The beautiful piano, background and bass are amazing... But the voice and ending of that crying baby freak me out! Overall, it's a fine track.
Incredible, mind- blowing track from this amazing album. Starting off with a slow guitar, it picks up the beautiful rhythm so easily and randomly, and it maintains it throughout. Art!
A great rhythm and cool vocals
Oh man this one is so underrated, it's better than kid a and morning bell at least. it has a very psycedelic vibe to it, feels very alice in wonderland-ish to me
The eeriest song of the album; being about divorce. "Cut the kids in half", seriously? But this song has a soft, beautiful spot to it, and when you hear it all, you'll love it!
OK, some of you might be mad. This song is absolute bliss and eerieness in the beautiful way. But it's only that melancholy violin for 4 minutes, and you know, the others have more than that...
You forgot untitled. I hate how fast it ends because it's so beautiful.
This and motion picture sound track are the most beautiful moments in radiohead's career. It ends so fast though. If only there was more. Oh well. - Slipperyjack40
I wouldn't consider this a song on its own, but if it was, that would make me pretty happy.
I love how this song is a small ending to a much bigger album
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