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Radiohead, "Kid A" (subliminal images)

Subliminal images of two burning towers in artwork for Radiohead’s 2000 album, “Kid A”.

In the artwork for the recently released Kid A and Amnesiac anniversary album, the two fires are extinguished and the sky is dark. Maybe signifying that “amnesia” regarding 9/11 has set in.

What do you think?

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Daniel
Daniel
1 month ago

This is too much of a stretch.

Lori
Lori
1 month ago

Some elaboration would be helpful.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

The letter A can symbolize the pyramid and capstone.

article
article
1 month ago

If you zoom in on the left white and grey areas you could see letters, the words “elite” and “never” can also be spotted.

Terf31
Terf31
1 month ago
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There is a lot more writing all over it but I can’t make any of the words out.

Lori
Lori
1 month ago

I still love Radiohead. I can see what you mean by the images. It’s eerie. But they are a band that’s always meant alot to me.

Kye
Kye
1 month ago

I didnt think of the towers; i thought of the ice wall at the Poles and the reflection depicted ; as above and so below