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RadioheadKid A

Label:XL Recordings – XLLP782B
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Country:USA & Canada
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, IDM, Experimental


A1Everything In Its Right Place
A2Kid A
B1The National Anthem
Baritone HornStan Harrison
Bass TromboneMike Kearsey
HornsHook Horns
Sampler [Rhythm Sampling]Henry Binns
TromboneLiam Kerkman
TrumpetAndy Bush
B2How To Disappear Completely
C2In Limbo
Composed By [''Short Piece' Sample]Arthur Kreiger
Composed By ['Mild Und Liese' Sample]Paul Lansky
D2Morning Bell
D3Motion Picture Soundtrack

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The runout areas contain identical matrix numbers to the European 2xLP reissue (Radiohead - Kid A). The two versions can be distinguished by the following characteristics:
1. Back cover: On this version the XL Recordings logo is placed over a white field. On the other version the logo is placed partially over a row of trees.
2. Inner sleeve for 2nd LP: This version states "Printed in NA." The other version states "Printed in the EU."
3. Labels: This version does not indicate a location of manufacture. The other version states "Made in the EU."

Comes in a gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves.
Includes digital download card for MP3 or WAV.
A hidden track is found on side "Delta" after a period of silence following the track "Motion Picture Soundtrack".

The track 'Idioteque' contains two samples from the Oddyssey label title 'Various - Electronic Music Winners' (1976). The two compositions sampled are Paul Lansky's 'Mild Und Liese' published by Grim Tim Music and 'Short Piece' by Arthur Kreiger published by the Subito Music Corporation. Both samples are used with the kind permission of the composers and the Sony Music Corporation.

℗ 2000 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by XL Recordings Limited. © 2000 XL Recordings Limited.
All tracks published by Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. Printed In NA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 34904 07820 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 634904078201
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side A): BG38574-01 A1 XLLP782B-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side B): BG38574-01 B1 XLLP782B-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side C): BG38574-02 C1 XLLP782B-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side D): BG38574-02 D1 [email protected] ROAD XLLP782B-D

Other Versions (5 of 145)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Kid A (CD, Album)Capitol RecordsCDP 7243 5 27753 2 3US2000
Kid A (2×10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album)Parlophone7243 5 27753 1 6Europe2000
Recently Edited
Kid A (2×10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Stereo)ParlophoneLPKIDA 1UK2000
Kid A (CD, Album)Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone, ParlophoneCDKIDA 1, 7243 5 29590 2 0, 29590 2, 7243 529590 2 0, 7243 277753 2 3Europe2000
Recently Edited
Kid A (Book And Compact Disc) (CD, Album)Parlophone7243 5 29684 2 8Europe2000
will_paturzo's avatar
Everything in its Right Place has decent amount of static sound in background, but aside from that, record sounds very good with only a few click/pops throughout
opieandy's avatar
Edited 6 months ago
I have the November 2021 pressing (which is not listed as a release here, hence why I'm posting in the most recent US release) and it's garbage. Pops and crackles (some severe) throughout even after a cleaning. Technics DL-5.

Not to mention, the album is a funeral dirge. Is this Keane? Love RH's first 2 albums, OKC is pretty good, big drop off after that
YouCatTabbyKittenMe's avatar
Picked up the repress of this in mid-August.
No fill in the final ~15 sec of Side B. Stellar release, otherwise.
dvsanders's avatar
I may be among the lucky ones but I got a super-clean, flat copy.

No pops or anything.
joseph.kennedy2135's avatar
I wish people would post what gear that they were using while playing these records that "sound like shit. Probably hipsters with their little suitcases
themovierad's avatar
I gave my brand new copy a spinclean and am using an AT540ML (microline) and it’s stellar. Maybe the naysayers haven’t cleaned their records prior to playing them? This pressing sounds great.
onestab27's avatar
First of all, this is a STELLAR album. I was really looking forward to this pressing. Noise and crackling throughout made this pressing unlistenable during the albums quieter moments, despite the quality soundscape and dynamics that the vinyl gives this album. I'm going to give it a thorough cleaning and see if it resolves it. This album deserves a good pressing, but I am worried this is not it.
selflimited's avatar
Pretty good pressing, had crackling throughout but not a crazy amount that it becomes unlistenable. It sounded better after a cleaning but not perfect. C'est la vie, still a great album. The sound quality of the actual music is quite good and I feel like your average casual listener will be very happy with this pressing.
madotsukig1rl's avatar
sounds fineee. nothing stellar, but it's a pretty solid pressing with no real issues. wish it had the locked groove like on the ten inch releases, and the inners could feel a bit more substantial, but it's generally a solid release. (also cmon, the jacket should really be matte. just makes sense with this artwork)
Jepperson79's avatar
Edited one year ago
My copy had to be cleaned, had a lot of crackle, but sounds good after that. Still a little crackle, not perfect by any means.