Kid A/Amnesiac

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Issued in some European territories and exported to the U.S., this release from the EMI label combines Radiohead's fourth and fifth albums: Kid A (2000) and Amnesiac (2001). It's a straightforward two-for-one set, with nothing fancy -- just the albums, straight up, as they were originally released, with two jewel cases within a thin cardboard sleeve. These albums are inextricably linked since the material was recorded during the same sessions. Some of the band's most notable and most progressive songs, including "Everything in Its Right Place," "Optimistic," "Idioteque," "I Might Be Wrong," and "Knives Out," can be heard here.

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