Kid A - Radiohead

Kid A


  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2016-04-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2000 XL Recordings Ltd.


Title Artist Time
Everything in Its Right Place Radiohead 4:11 USD 1.29
Kid A Radiohead 4:44 USD 1.29
The National Anthem Radiohead 5:51 USD 1.29
How to Disappear Completely Radiohead 5:56 USD 1.29
Treefingers Radiohead 3:42 USD 1.29
Optimistic Radiohead 5:15 USD 1.29
In Limbo Radiohead 3:31 USD 1.29
Idioteque Radiohead 5:09 USD 1.29
Morning Bell Radiohead 4:35 USD 1.29
Motion Picture Soundtrack Radiohead 3:20 USD 1.29
Untitled Radiohead 0:52 USD 1.29


  • Revolutionary

    By Proyash9
    I had put this album off for a while as I was getting into Radiohead because I thought this album was too weird. After finally listening through it, I'm addicted to this album 19 years after it's release. I'm sure this album was one of the causes of the new electronic music we have today. All the songs work so well together that it's hard not to listen to the whole album in one go. It's an acquired taste but once you start to like it, there's no going back...
  • This is it

    By cliffrc613
    And nothing will ever compare.
  • Kid A

    By Sergio Brown
    This is my favorite album of all time not just did this album change Radiohead’s sound but it also made a pioneering sound in indie rock.
  • Gut wrenching

    By Lindsb1982
    This album, is one of those that can instantly transport me to another time and place while simultaneously flooding my heart and mind with the same emotions and thoughts of those now ancient days. It grabbed me then, it still grabs me now. I feel like I fell in love for the first time with this album as the soundtrack. Listen to it start to finish, rinse, repeat.
  • Genius

    By Pop Punk hunk
    One of the greatest
  • Radiohead's best

    By mscottfowler
    These guys are the Pink Floyd of my generation. When this album first came out, I didn't know what to think about it. I love that Radiohead's music has to take a while to sink in. It means that I'm at a new place musically. I love this album so much.
  • A Perfect Album

    By thenewfgh8ud
    Probably the best thing Radiohead will ever release
  • A Truly Incredible Masterclass of an Album

    By GalacticGam3r2097
    Kid A is something that has to be experienced; it is one of the most incredible albums I've ever heard. It seriously blew me away. From the horn freak out that is National Anthem, to the techno freak out that is Idioteque, the beauty of How to Disappear, and the Optimism of Optimistic, this album is just a masterpiece! If you are interested in any songs in this album, just get them all. Everything falls into it's right place when listening to the album. Also if you give it back to back listens and just keep listening to it, it just gets better and better; however, this album isn't for everyone it's very different. I highly recommend this album for someone who likes an album that on its own can be used as the playlist of the month! It is truly an incredible album everyone should experience!
  • Phenomenal Album

    By Guy from San Pedro
    This album and Ok Computer are Radiohead's two masterpiece albums.While Ok Computer combined Alternative Rock and a little bit of Electronica,Kid A is different this album is mostly Electronica with a little bit of Rock.Kid A is amazing,Trippy,and Beautiful.Thom Yorke has great vocals and the rest of the band are amazing at their instruments.All the songs are great on Kid A from the crazy song The National Anthem to the upbeat Idioteque.Buy the full album not just one song.
  • Extremely Diverse

    By Zoso123
    This album has so many styles ranging from jazzy drum grooves (such as Idioteque and In Limbo) to ambient noises (Treefingers and Untitled) all tied together in a futuristic feel. Great album and is worth every penny!