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Kid A Ranked

This album is my favorite of all time. It is chilling, breath taking, and so emotional. Just phenomenal.
1Radiohead
Motion Picture Soundtrack

The (second) best track radiohead has ever made. The lyrics are so heartbreaking and depressing. The harp that goes in always gives me goosebumps and on the verge of tears. It's a frighteningly emotional song.
2How to Disappear Completely

Another emotionally frightening song. The only way to listen to this song is in complete darkness. Amazing track.
3Idioteque

A post apocalyptic masterpiece. These lyrics truly encompass the whole mood of the album. The overload of technology and the alienation and paranoia that it brings.
4Radiohead
Kid A

I did not understand this song until about the 20th time I heard it. Before that, i just thought it was the weirdest track. This track does take some time to get used to, but once it all sinks in, it is one of the best and rewarding experiences in music.
5Radiohead
Everything in its Right Place

The best opening song from any Radiohead album. And that's saying something considering gems like Airbag, 15 Step, 2+2=5, and Packt like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box are all amazing songs. The song is perfect to begin this album because, while accessible, shows the electronic change that Radiohead brings with the album.
6Treefingers

An ambient masterpiece. Relaxing. While this track alone would not make it this high on the list, the placement of this after "How to Disappear Completely" helps continue the listener to disappear and float down the Liffy. Helps let one escape life and everything.
7Radiohead
The National Anthem

The cacophony of horns in this track is brilliant. It shows the state of what seems to be the end of the world or nearing it. As mass chaos is spreading everywhere and everyone has got fear.
8Radiohead
Optimistic

This is a truly brilliant song. One of the best guitar driven tracks that Radiohead has ever made. If this was on any other album it would be in the top 3. I believe the only reason it is this low is because it is the odd song out as the only guitar driven song on the album.
9Radiohead
Morning Bell

The 5/4 rhythm on this track really makes it the fantastic track that it is. Also, the "whale sound" guitar near the end of the song is just fantastic. An outstanding track.
10Radiohead
In Limbo

This track is amazing. For this track to be at the bottom just goes to show how amazing this album is. The reason why this is at the bottom is lyrically it is nothing special. And musically it isn't better than anything else on the album. It is an outstanding track nonetheless.
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