Radiohead - Radiohead's Ok Computer And Kid A Top Best Albums List

British rockers Radiohead have dominated a new list by Pitchfork magazine to find the best albums from 1996 to 2011.
Editors launched a readers' survey to determine The People's Top 200 from the 15 years since Pitchfork's inception and counted almost 28,000 votes to compile the countdown.
Radiohead proved to be a popular choice with their 1997 release OK Computer topping the list, while its follow-up, Kid A, came in at number two.
They also scored a third entry at six with In Rainbows.
Arcade Fire's Funeral was voted third, while The Strokes (Is This It), Wilco (Yankee Hotel Foxtrot) and Kanye West (My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy) also earned mentions in the top 10.


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