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Radiohead|KID A MNESIA

KID A MNESIA

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1
Everything In Its Right Place
00:04:11
2
Kid A
00:04:44
3
The National Anthem
00:05:51
4
How to Disappear Completely
00:05:56
5
Treefingers
00:03:42
6
Optimistic
00:05:15
7
In Limbo
00:03:31
8
Idioteque
00:05:09
9
Morning Bell
00:04:35
10
Motion Picture Soundtrack
00:03:20
11
Untitled
00:00:52

DISC 2

1
Packt Like Sardines In a Crushd Tin Box
00:04:00
2
Pyramid Song
00:04:48
3
Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors
00:04:07
4
You And Whose Army?
00:03:11
5
I Might Be Wrong
00:04:53
6
Knives Out
00:04:14
7
Morning Bell/Amnesiac
00:03:14
8
Dollars and Cents
00:04:51
9
Hunting Bears
00:02:01
10
Like Spinning Plates
00:03:57
11
Life In a Glasshouse
00:04:36

DISC 3

1
Like Spinning Plates ('Why Us?' Version)
00:05:04
2
Untitled v1
00:01:48
3
Fog (Again Again Version)
00:02:25
4
If You Say the Word
00:04:20
5
Follow Me Around
00:05:19
6
Pulk/Pull (True Love Waits Version)
00:02:46
7
Untitled v2
00:00:46
8
The Morning Bell (In the Dark Version)
00:02:00
9
Pyramid Strings
00:01:18
10
Alt. Fast Track
00:01:32
11
Untitled v3
00:01:16
12
How to Disappear into Strings
00:05:32

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