Editors' Notes Having bloomed from the same recording sessions as Kid A, Radiohead’s fifth album offers an alternate angle on the restive experimentation of their post-‘90s phase. Amnesiac undoubtedly shares its predecessor’s electronic digressions (“Like Spinning Plates”) and jazz flourishes (most potently on the tumbling, percussive “Dollars & Cents”). But it also offers something even more challenging, replete with crumbling orchestral builds and—as on the plaintive “Morning Bell/Amnesiac”—invigorating bursts of Thom Yorke’s matchless falsetto.

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Packt Like Sardines in a Crushed Tin Box
1
4:00
 
Pyramid Song
2
4:48
 
Pulk / Pull Revolving Doors
3
4:07
 
You and Whose Army?
4
3:11
 
I Might Be Wrong
5
4:53
 
Knives Out
6
4:14
 
Morning Bell / Amnesiac
7
3:14
 
Dollars & Cents
8
4:51
 
Hunting Bears
9
2:01
 
Like Spinning Plates
10
3:57
 
Life in a Glasshouse
11
4:36
 

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