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      Label:XL Recordings – XLLP 782B
      Format:
      2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
      Country:Europe
      Released:
      Genre:Electronic, Rock
      Style:Alternative Rock, IDM, Experimental

      Tracklist

      Alpha
      A1Everything In Its Right Place4:11
      A2Kid A4:44
      Beta
      B1The National Anthem
      Bass TromboneMike Kearsey
      Effects [Rhythm Sampling]Henry Binns
      Horns [Alto Horn]Martin Hathaway, Steve Hamilton
      Horns [Baritone Horn]Stan Harrison
      Horns [Tenor Horn]Andy Hamilton (7), Mark Lockheart
      PerformerHook Horns
      TromboneLiam Kerkman
      TrumpetAndy Bush
      5:52
      B2How To Disappear Completely5:56
      B3Treefingers3:43
      Gamma
      C1Optimistic5:16
      C2In Limbo3:31
      Delta
      D1Idioteque
      Composed By [Sample]Arthur Kreiger, Paul Lansky
      5:09
      D2Morning Bell4:36
      D3Motion Picture Soundtrack6:59
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      The track 'Idioteque' contains two samples from the Oddyssey label title Various - Electronic Music Winners (1976).
      The two compositions samples are Paul Lansky's 'Mild Und Leise' 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.

      Comes in a gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves.
      Includes digital download card for MP3 or WAV.

      Side A ends with a locked groove of endlessly repeating sound from the beginning of track B1 - The National Anthem.

      Made In The EU [labels]
      Printed In The EU [sleeve]

      Barcode and Other Identifiers

      • Barcode: 634904078201
      • Matrix / Runout (Etched side A): BG 38574-01 A1 XLLP 782B
      • Matrix / Runout (Etched side B): BG 38574-01 B1 XLLP 782B
      • Matrix / Runout (Etched side C): BG 38574-02 C1 XLLP 782B
      • Matrix / Runout (Etched side D): BG 38574-02 D1 XLLP 782B [email protected] ROAD

      Other Versions (5 of 137)View All

      Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
      Kid A (CD, Album)Capitol RecordsCDP 7243 5 27753 2 3US2000
      Kid A (2×10", 33 ? RPM, Album)Parlophone7243 5 27753 1 6Europe2000
      Kid A (2×10", 33 ? 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
      Kid A (Book And Compact Disc) (CD, Album)Parlophone7243 5 29684 2 8Europe2000
      RE--ANIMATED's profile picture
      RE--ANIMATED
      Completely unacceptable amount of surface noise. Shame given the quality of the music and mix. (Made in EU too; I'm skeptical that there is much difference at all between the EU and NA manufactured pressings)
      Scrade's profile picture
      Scrade
      Very very great pressing, my copy was dead quiet and flat and sounded near flawless for me
      ascensionmusic_'s profile picture
      ascensionmusic_
      My copy is a little bit warped on side a and side c and it makes a weird noise when the record is silent which I've never heard before, has a few pops throughout the record.
      Beuss7's profile picture
      Beuss7
      The sound of this pressing is really great, I love it. But my copie has a bit of surface noise, maybe I should clean it even it’s new
      GerrardWinstanley's profile picture
      GerrardWinstanley
      You will not regret buying this pressing. Exemplary quality, even if you have the CD. A treat for the ears.
      Lauren_vin's profile picture
      Lauren_vin
      Absolutely stunning sounding record. Just a shame my copy has crackling throughout treefingers. Hoping the next couple of cleans helps reduce it.
      henriquevala's profile picture
      henriquevala
      For the record, this is not on 45rpm. And it sounds overall pretty good, but I've been having some surface noise during 'How to Disappear Completely' and some crackling during 'Treefringers'. I thought it'd be better than that, from what people have been writing here. Not a bad pressing indeed, just wasn't as mind blowing as that.
      sboraston's profile picture
      sboraston
      Imagine a world where all records are pressed as well as this one...to my ears it is flawless.
      Sidwayne's profile picture
      Sidwayne
      Sounds absolutely glorious on this heavyweight vinyl, a true masterpiece.
      not.adam's profile picture
      not.adam
      This pressing is GOOD, like really GOOD. Dead silent in quiet parts, very dynamic, and wide runouts to reduce inner groove distortion. This has to be one of the best pressings I've gotten to date, just spectacular. Only downside is the inner sleeves are paper instead of an anti-static material, but that's an easy fix.

      10/10
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