1)Kid A: The ambience on this record is so potent and thick, you could cut it with a knife, and I love that. The reason this record wasn't a 10 originally was because, while I could understand the acclaim, it really didn't feel completely realized. The content was here and the content was phenomenal, but I felt it could've been taken further. However, after recently listening to it for the first time in awhile, I realized that going any further would probably kill the whole thing. This record is layers and layers if dense, horrifying ambience, and all the small flaws I found originally in the record vanished, and I realized this about as perfect as Radiohead albums get. I now bequeath this thing with a 10/10.
2)You Won't Get What You Want: While every record on this list could be summed up with "I don't see the same flaws in it that I used to," this one was different. After becoming more and more entranced by "wall of sound" style music, I revisited this record, and found something completely different from what I heard originally. This is not just a psychopathic record, that is noises on top of one another that I originally thought. This is a physical album, a visceral and core-shaking experience that never forgoes its soundplay or chaotic aesthetic at all. This a pool of noise that you are forced into, and drowned in, and I find that very amazing. This one's also a 10, and in my top 5 favorite albums of all time.
3)Girl With Basket of Fruit: I've spoken about this record more times than the other two records on this list combined. Suffice to say, it's a harrowing and mortifying album, that also manages to be very compelling and surprisingly catchy. Issa 10. - 23 minutes ago