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Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Ed O'Brien and Phil Selway
Kid A is influenced by 1990s glitch and ambient electronic music (or IDM) artists Autechre, Aphex Twin, Squarepusher and Boards of Canada, along with others on Warp Records; by 1970s Krautrock bands such as Can, Faust and Neu!; and by the jazz of Charles Mingus, Alice Coltrane and Miles Davis. During the recording period Radiohead drew inspiration from Remain in Light (1980) by their early influence Talking Heads, they attended an Underworld concert which helped renew their enthusiasm in a difficult moment and band members listened to abstract hip hop from the Mo'Wax label, including Blackalicious and DJ Krush.

"How to Disappear Completely" was inspired by singer Scott Walker, a previous inspiration on the band's hit "Creep". The string orchestration for "How to Disappear" was influenced by Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki.Jonny Greenwood's use of the Ondes Martenot(electronic musical instrument) on this and several other Kid A songs was inspired by Olivier Messiaen, who popularised the early electronic instrument and was one of Greenwood's teenage heroes. "Idioteque" sampled the work of Paul Lansky and Arthur Kreiger, classical composers involved in computer music. Thom Yorke also referenced electronic dance music, saying the song was "an attempt to capture that exploding beat sound where you're at the club and the PA's so loud, you know it's doing damage".

"Motion Picture Soundtrack" a song written before "Creep" was an attempt to emulate the soundtrack of 1950s Disney films. Yorke recorded it alone on a pedal organ and other band members added sampled harp and double bass sounds.Jonny Greenwood described his interest in mixing old and new music technology, and during the recording sessions Yorke read Ian MacDonald's Revolution in the Head, which chronicles The Beatles' recordings with George Martin during the late 1960s.The band also sought to combine electronic manipulations with jam sessions in the studio, stating their model was the German group Can. The album's title track was written by computer and improvised over by the band. From Wikipedia Kid A

Motion Picture Soundtrack