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Kid A, Amnesiac and a change in sound (1999–2001)
Jonny Greenwood has used a variety of instruments, such as this glockenspiel, in live concerts and recordings

Radiohead were largely inactive following their 1997–1998 tour; after its end, their only public performance in 1998 was at an Amnesty International concert in Paris.Yorke later admitted that during that period the band came close to splitting up, and that he had developed severe depression.In early 1999, Radiohead began work on a follow-up to OK Computer. Although there was no longer any pressure or even a deadline from their record label, tension during this period was high. Band members all had different visions for Radiohead's future, and Yorke was still experiencing writer's block, influencing him toward a more abstract, fragmented form of songwriting.Radiohead secluded themselves with producer Nigel Godrich in studios in Paris, Copenhagen, and Gloucester, and in their newly completed studio in Oxford. Eventually, all the members agreed on a new musical direction, redefining their instrumental roles in the band.After nearly 18 months, Radiohead's recording sessions were completed in April 2000.

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