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SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
January 16th 2013



15339 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Obvious troll, just ignore him.

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Sheaiskl
January 16th 2013



814 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Surely the love for Kid A is an exaggeration, really cannot see how it's close to being better than this

Minus.
January 16th 2013



2680 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

OKC is just slightly better than KID A...very slightly

SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
January 16th 2013



15339 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

I like Kid A better than this. Both are extremely well-crafted, but Kid A is more creative, incorporates a wider variety of elements, and is an overall artistic statement. This is a top-notch alt-rock album, but it can't boast the same resume.

ViperAces
January 16th 2013



12376 Comments


^^^^^

Sheaiskl
January 16th 2013



814 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I appreciate the electronic and artistic elements of Kid A but I'm not sure of it being more creative. While some of the songs are exceptional, I find some of it a bit simplistic and boring really. Obviously when I'm listening, OK Computer has more clarity and I just don't understand some of Kid A's artsy electro beats.

SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
January 16th 2013



15339 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0 | Sound Off

Well just because you don't understand it doesn't mean it's simplistic. I can tell you that is definitely not the case.

You're entitled to your opinion though, it certainly isn't worth squabbling over. Both albums are excellent in their own right.

ViperAces
January 16th 2013



12376 Comments


I can understand how one would like this more, because they arent that much alike.

Sheaiskl
January 16th 2013



814 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"Well just because you don't understand it doesn't mean it's simplistic. "

I was taking note of that possibility. A lot of it is pretty minimalist though.
I was wondering if your introduction to Radiohead would impact the affinity to each album.
I think starting with the Bends (pretty underrated) and then OKC is probably may be why I appreciate more of the alt rock
side.

ckunke002
January 16th 2013



1033 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Guys guys guys... all of your opinions are equally inferior and therefore all of this album comparing is a useless waste of time.

Allow me to settle all of this madness once and for all because my opinion is actually 100% accurate.

Pablo Honiez>Thief>Teh Bendz>OKC=KidA=Amnesiac>Limbz>>>>>Rainbro's

Chortles
January 16th 2013



17909 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

lol

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sixdegrees
January 16th 2013



16838 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

sounds about right

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Gwyn.
January 16th 2013



14902 Comments


Everyone knows Pablo Honey is only tr00 Radioheads and everything else is faux shit for faux fans and faux music and faux faux faux

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ckunke002
January 16th 2013



1033 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

^this x120412

Gwyn.
January 16th 2013



14902 Comments


damn dp

Chortles
January 16th 2013



17909 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

die

TheRedSizer
January 16th 2013



42 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

The ending of Airbag STILL blows my goddamn mind after all of these years.

oltnabrick
January 16th 2013



30156 Comments


GATDAM

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Polyethylene
January 16th 2013



3054 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Kid A never feels forced or insincere to me, I think that's its beauty. The "arsty electronic beats" don't feel affected like when many artists have their so-called experimental record

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oltnabrick
January 16th 2013



30156 Comments


yeh i luv Kid A



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