fyxoKid A. What an album. I bought the CD release of this at the Chippi Chappi mall in Cali, Colombia. After a eating a cubic metre of barbecued meat and being accosted by a trio of prostitutes (male posing as female) I transferred it from CD to MD in our hostel which amongst its features included a resident coke dealer. I waited three days until we were at Playa Blanca and listened to it under a blanket of stars on a beach in the Carribean. The harps on How to Disappear is a standout fragment. An amazing follow up to the mind spreading Ok Computer. Not everyone's cup of tea but I rate this highly.
- treblig_yes !
- tassavaEverything in its right place.
- davidbramA smart persons rock n roll is how it was called in rolling stone mag
- alexfregonTheir best album. Massive risk for a band that had just nailed their sound .... And the hidden booklet under the CD tray, gold.
- tupidusEarned Radiohead from my dad. With Kid A coming out me and my old man had to switch things around. Both of us still love the album for that.
- kineticjayOver said and used, but it's fucking brilliant. I listened to it the other day as I was rolling dirt roads. It's just perfect.
- jasemurphyListened in full earlier this week. Keeps growing.
- itsmeseantI like your style! @fyxo
- hotkarateGot my copy while in Venezuela
- martyI love this record. My initiation to it wasn't as adventurous as yours. But I remember feeling like it was immediately going to be in my all time favourites.
- adamgruerLove this album
- themnpeacockOne of the best!
- carltheyoungerI'm aware it's blasphemous, but this album rates miles higher in terms of personal appreciation.
- elgc45Awesome story @fyxo!
- gavinibannermanI heard "Everything in its right place," being played at a nursing home 7am this morning. I was half impressed, half confused.
- pimrakersBest 6 first notes on a record. Ever.
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